H12D – Four Wire Spiral 2000-5100 psi Hose DIEHARD™ Cover

Type Approvals:

Type Approvals

Technical Specifications:

Recommended For
Very high pressure hydraulic oil lines, in applications where the outside cover of the hose is subject to abrasion that may cause premature failure of standard hoses.
Construction
TUBE: Black, oil resistant synthetic rubber.

REINFORCEMENT: Four alternating layers of spiralled high tensile steel wire.

COVER: DIEHARD™ Black, oil and extra abrasion resistant synthetic rubber. Flame Resistant, Anti-Static (FRAS) & MSHA compliant. Highly visible layline branding for easy and permanent identification. No skiving required with T7000 Series Crimp Couplings.

Performance

Meets or Exceeds the Performance Requirements of:
AS 3791 100R12, EN 856 Type R12, EN 856 Type 4SP (-12 and above), ISO 3862 Type R12, SAE 100R12.

FEATURES: The very high abrasion resistant properties of the cover, combined with the extra high working pressures and excellent impulse life, when tested to SAE 100R12 test conditions, result in increased service life and minimise equipment downtime.

FRAS – FLAME RESISTANCE AND ANTI-STATIC: DIEHARD™ complies with Flame Resistant and Electrical Resistance (Anti-Static) requirements of Australian Standard AS 2660 and Methods of Test AS 1180.10B and 13A. Meets Flame Resistant Designation “U.S. MSHA” of the US Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration.

TEMPERATURE RANGE: From -40°C to +121°C (-40°F to +250°F). For water, emulsions etc. see page 58.

WORKING PRESSURE: Maximum working pressures are based on 4:1 safety factor (maximum working pressure to minimum burst pressure).

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H12D – Four Wire Spiral 2000-5100 psi Hose DIEHARD™ Cover

H12D – DIEHARD SPIRAL HOSE MATCHED COUPLINGS SERIES
PART NO HOSE SIZE ONE PIECE
HOSE DN DASH NON-SKIVE
H1206D 10 -06 T7000
H1208D 12 -08 T7000
H1210D 16 -10 T7000
H1212D 19 -12 T7000
H1216D 25 -16 T7000
H1220D 31 -20 T7000
H1224D 38 -24 T7000
H1232D 51 -32 T7000
H1240D 63 -40 T7000

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