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This Product Technical Manual is divided into four colour coded sections; Introduction, Hose, Couplings and Technical.
A colour coded indicator tab on the edge of every right hand page aids finding and identifying each section.
On pages 4 and Sis an Alphanumeric Index ifyou know the Part Number you're looking for, and pages 6 to 7 provide a
Contents by Section that lists the product ranges each section contains.
In addition, each section contains a Contents and/or Pictorial Index as relevant to further aid you in finding the exact
information you require. In addition to a Contents and Pictorial Index, the Couplings section also contains an Index by
Endstyle Number.
Hydraulic Hose from one manufacturer is usually not compatible with fittings supplied by another manufacturer.
It is the responsibility of the hose assembly fabricator to consult the manufacturer's written assembly instructions or the
manufacturers directly before intermixing hose and fittings from two manufacturers. Similarly, assembly equipment from one
manufacturer is usually not interchangeable with that of another manufacturer. It is the responsibility of the hose assembly
fabricator to consult the manufacturer's written instructions or the manufacturers directly for the proper assembly equipment.
Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper preparation and fabrication of hose assemblies.
FOR THE SELECTION AND USE OF HOSE, FITTINGS AND RELATED ACCESSORIES
Failure or improper selection or improper use of hose. fittings. or related accessories can cause death, personal injury and property
damage. Possible consequences of failure or improper selection or improper use of hose, fittings. or related accessories include,
but are not limited to:

0 Fittings blown off at high speed. I Injections by high~pressure fluid discharge.

0 High velocity fluid discharge. 0 Dangerously whipping hose.

0 Explosion, or burning, of the conveyed fluid. I Contact with conveyed fluids that may be hot, cold,

0 Electrocution from high voltage electric power lines IOXIC 07 °theFWi5e i"lUTi°U5-

or other sources of electricity. 0 Sparking or explosion caused by static electricity
0 Contact with suddenly moving, or falling, objects that bUlld'UP-
are held in position, or moved, by conveyed fluid. I Sparking, or explosion, while spraying paint or other
flammable liquid.

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