VBH Technologies supplies the broadest range of Parker high-pressure hydraulic hose, including large bore and field-attachable product used in a broad range of applications, including injection molding and applications with exposure to aggressive chemicals. High-pressure spiral hose and hose assemblies have long been a VBH specialty. We provide immediate, expert applications assistance, and have the high-pressure hydraulic hose you need now.
Our best-selling products in this group are:
This high-pressure spiral hose has a 4000 psi working pressure for 3/8'' ID through 1'' ID sizes; 3000 psi in the 1-1/4'' ID; and 2500 psi in the 1-1/2'' and 2'' IDs. It is compatible with petroleum-based hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils, emulsions and water/ glycol hydraulic fluids.
Construction for 721 high-pressure hydraulic hose is a neoprene synthetic rubber inner tube with four spiral layers of high-tensile steel wire reinforcement. An MSHA-accepted black synthetic rubber cover provides oil and weather resistance; a gray Mylar tape lay-line makes 721 hose easily identifiable.
For ultimate leak protection, VBH recommends 721 high-pressure hydraulic hose with Parker Parkrimp 71 Series or BW Series fittings. The no-skive design of 721 hose allows crimping without removing the hose cover.
This high pressure hydraulic hose is compatible with a wide range of petroleum-based hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils, emulsions, and water/ glycol hydraulic fluids. Its no-skive design allows hose crimping without removal of the cover. 781 hydraulic hose meets SAE 100R13, ISO 3862-1 Type R13, and EN 856 Type R13 specifications.
VBH stocks the entire range of Parker high-pressure spiral hose, part numbers 711 through 792. Included are specialty products for virtually any specialized application. One example:
772 - Part of the Parker Super Tough Series- is constructed from nitrile rubber (NBR), has a working pressure of 4000 psi, and a burst pressure of 16,000 psi. Its temperature range is -40 to 257°F.
772 offers broad chemical resistance, including HFA, HFB and HFC hydraulic fluids, phosphate esters, aliphatic hydrocarbons, mineral oils, greases, vegetable oils, mild acids, and low-temperature alkali solutions.