TT000 Couplings With RTH1 Hose

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RYCO TT000 Series Couplings With RYCO RTH1 Series Hose

TT000 Series One-Piece Couplings. Use only matched series of RYCO RTH1 Series Hose.

Step One:

RTH1 Hoses step one
  • Tape with masking tape at the cut position to prevent wire braid flaring.

Step Two:

RTH1 Hoses step two
  • Cut hose to length. Ensure hose is cut squarely.
  • Clean hose bore

Warning: do not smoke in the vicinity when cutting RTH1 hoses because fumes created are toxic and may mix with cigarette smoke when inhaled.

Step Three:

RTH1 Hoses step three
  • Refer to “RYCO Crimp Chart” for Mark Length of Coupling.
  • Mark outer cover with Mark Length.
  • Push hose into the fitting (lightly lubricate the hose bore only if necessary as excess lubrication may reduce hose assembly impulse life) until the mark on the hose is even with the end of the ferrule*.

Note: Push the hose all the way into the fitting.

Step Four:

RTH1 Hoses step four
  • Place assembled end into the jaws of crimp machine.
  • Operate machine to crimp ferrule to predetermined diameter. (Refer to “RYCO Crimp Chart”).
  • Open the crimp machine.
  • Check that the Mark Length mark is still visible and even with the end of the ferrule to ensure coupling has not moved during crimping.

Step Five:

RTH1 Hoses step vie
  • Check that the Mark Length mark is still visible and even with the end of the ferrule to ensure coupling has not moved during crimping.
  • Check the crimp diameter with a caliper or micrometer.
  • Crimp diameter should be measured halfway along ferrule. Measure between the ridges, and make sure that the caliper fingers do not touch ridges.

NOTE:

Extra special care must be exercised in the preparation, assembly and crimping of these fittings due to the very high pressures and end loads encountered.

Do not use lubricant for hose to be used with volatile gases.

The latest Mark or Skive Lengths and Crimp Diameters are available within our RYCO Crimp Chart.