Hose-Catalog

Hose-Catalog
HOSE, COUPLINGS,
ACCESSORIES &
SKIRTBOARD
HOSE, COUPLINGS,
ACCESSORIES & SKIRTBOARD
Jason Industrial® is a Megadyne Group company that manufactures and
delivers a comprehensive inventory of rubber and polyurethane
synchronous belts, rubber v-belts, industrial hose and couplings, plus
hardware to the industrial community worldwide.
When extraordinary needs require specialized components, we will work
with you from prototype to production, creating custom solutions that suit
your unique application.
As a Jason customer, you can feel confident in the quality and integrity of
our products, the speed and efficiency at which they are delivered, and the
expertise and customer focus that our local representatives are committed
to providing.
Jason’s corporate headquarters are based in Fairfield, New Jersey. Our
distribution center is located just outside of Chicago, Illinois, with additional
corporate offices in Canada, Mexico and Brazil, as well as manufacturing,
warehousing and distribution centers in cities across the globe.
Welcome to Jason...the first name in mechanical rubber and urethane
products that power industry forward.
Jason
Industrial Inc.
®
A MEGADYNE GROUP CO.
General Information/Technical Reference Hose by Product Series
Page
Care, Maintenance & Storage of Hose
6
Commonly Used Rubber Compounds Chart
4
Chemical Resistance Tables
PVC, TPR and TPE
93-104
Rubber Hose
82-92
Coupling Material
105-111
Decimal, Millimeter, Fraction Equivalents
112
Flexibility and Bend Radius
4
Regulatory Organizations List
4 ARPM Oil Resistance Data
4
Pressure Rating Conversion Chart 114
Temperature Conversion Chart 113
Terms & Conditions 115
Thread Chart
5
Vacuum Conversions 112
Working Pressures (max PSI) - Cam & Groove 60
Couplers & Adapters
Hose
Constructions
7
Hose by Product Series Series No. Page
PVC Air - Coupled
4103
TPR Air - Red
4105
Pneumatic Deadman Twinline
4142
Reinforced Polyurethane Air Hose Assem.
4175
MSHA Mine Spray Hose
4182
Textile Reinforced Air 400 PSI
4302
Textile Reinforced Air 350 PSI
4305
Gunite Hose 4310
Sandblast 2-Ply 4312
Sandblast Lightweight 4313
Sandblast 4-Ply 4314
Dry Cement 1/8" Tube
4322
Dry Cement 3/16" Tube
4323
Dry Cement 1/4" Tube
4324
Fuel Discharge Hose - 300 PSI
4328
Frac Oil & Discharge Hose - 400 PSI
4348
Rubber 2-ply Discharge
4352
Rubber 4-ply Discharge
4354
Nitrile/PVC Ribbed Discharge Hose - Yellow 4358
Nitrile/PVC Ribbed Discharge Hose- Black 4359
Non-Conductive Furnace Door Coolant Hose 4380
Petroleum Suction Hose - 300 PSI
4414
Oil Return Hose (SAE 100R4)
4415
Low Temp Tank Truck Hose - Corrugated
4416
Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose-Smooth 4418
Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose-Corrugated 4419
Nitrile Petroleum Suction Hose
4420
Tank Truck Hose - Red Corrugated
4421
Bio-Diesel Suction & Discharge Hose
4423
Oilfield Fuel Transfer Hose - 400PSI WP
4424
Hot Air Blower Hose
4425
Plaster and Grout Hose
4428
Cross-Linked Polyethylene Suction
4430
UHMWPE Chemical Suction
4433
Frac Water Suction Hose
4449
Rubber Water Suction Hose
4450
Bulk Food Suction Hose - FDA
4460
Liquid Food Suction Hose
4465
NR (Natural Rubber) Bulk Material Suction 4470
PVC Discharge Hose & Assemblies - Blue
4502
PVC Discharge Hose & Assemblies - Wine Red 4504
PVC Clear Braided - FDA
4511
PVC Water Discharge Hose - Red
4515
PVC Spring Wire Hose - FDA
4600
10
10
11
11
44
14
14
29
29
30
30
28
28
28
23
24
33
33
38
38
34
22
24
24
25
25
21
21
23
22
27
28
16
16
32
32
18
18
27
35
36
19
37
19
Series No. Page
PVC Suction Hose - Green
4601 39
PVC Suction Hose - Clear/White Helix
4615
39
Mill Discharge Hose & Assemblies - 4703
40
Double Jacket
Municipal Grade Single Grade Jacket
4705
41
Mill Discharge Hose & Assemblies
MSHA Fire Hose
4735
42
Wire Reinforced Air Hose
4805 12
Hi-Temp Air Hose Wire Reinforced
4807 13
EPDM Steam Hose
4815 46
Bromobutyl Steam Hose
4818 47
MAINSTREAM™ Pressure Washer Assemblies 5823
37
Hose by Market
Acid/Chemical Hose
Series No.
Cross-Linked Polyethylene Suction Hose
4430
UHMWPE Chemical Suction Hose
4433
Air Hose
PVC Air Hose & Coupled Assemblies
4103
TPR Air Hose - Red
4105
Pneumatic Deadman Twinline
4142
Reinforced Polyurethane Air Hose Assem. 4175
Textile Reinforced Air 400 PSI
4302
Textile Reinforced Air Hose
4305
Wire Reinforced Air Hose
4805
Hi-Temp Air Hose Wire Reinforced
4807
Food Hose
Bulk Food Suction Hose - FDA
4460
Liquid Food Suction Hose
4465
PVC Clear Braided Hose - FDA
4511
PVC Spring Wire Hose - FDA
4600
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16
16
10
10
11
11
14
14
12
13
18
18
19
19
Material Handling Hose
Gunite Hose4310
29
Sandblast 2-Ply4312
29
Sandblast Lightweight
4313
30
Sandblast 4-Ply4314
30
Dry Cement 1/8" Tube
4322
28
Dry Cement 3/16" Tube
4323
28
Dry Cement 1/4" Tube
4324
28
Hot Air Blower Hose
4425
27
Plaster and Grout Hose
4428
28
NR (Natural Rubber) Bulk Material Suction 4470
27
Petroleum Hose
Fuel Discharge Hose - 300 PSI
4328
23
Frac Oil & Discharge Hose - 400 PSI
4348
24
Petroleum Suction Hose - 300 PSI
4414
22
Oil Return Hose (SAE 100R4)
4415
24
Low Temp Tank Truck Hose-Corrugated
4416
24
Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose-Smooth
4418
25
Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose-Corrugated 4419
25
Nitrile Petroleum Suction Hose
4420
21
Tank Truck Hose - Red Corrugated
4421
21
Bio-Diesel Suction & Discharge Hose
4423
23
Oilfield Fuel Transfer Hose - 400PSI WP
4424
22
Spray Hose
MSHA Mine Spray Hose
4182
44
Steam Hose
EPDM Steam Hose
4815
Bromobutyl Steam Hose
4818
46
47
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Hose by Market
Couplings & Accessories
Water Hose
Series No. Page
Rubber 2-ply Discharge
4352
33
Rubber 4-ply Discharge
4354
33
Nitrile/PVC Ribbed Discharge Hose - Yellow 4358 38
Nitrile/PVC Ribbed Discharge Hose- Black 4359
38
Non-Conductive Furnace Door Coolant Hose 4380
34
Frac Water Suction Hose
4449
32
Rubber Water Suction Hose
4450
32
PVC Discharge - Blue
4502
35
PVC Discharge - Blue Assemblies
4502
35
PVC Discharge - Wine Red
4504
36
PVC Discharge - Wine RedAssemblies
4504
36
PVC Discharge - Red PVC Heavy Duty
4515
37
PVC Discharge - Wine Red
4504
36
PVC Suction Hose - Green
4601 39
PVC Suction Hose - Clear/White Helix
4615
39
Mill Discharge DJ
4703
40
Coupled DJ Mill Discharge
4703
40
Municipal Grade SJ Mill Discharge
4705
41
41
Municipal Grade SJ Mill Discharge-Assemblies4705
MSHA Fire Hose
4735
42
37
MAINSTREAM™ Pressure Washer Assemblies 5823
6340 50
6341 49
Couplings & Accessories
Crimp Products
Crimp Couplings, Ferrules & Sleeves
51-55
Crimp Specifications
Brass Ball Valves
56-59
FV77
Ground Joint
FemaleGJ70
Double Spud
GDS70
Male Spud
GMS70
Female Spud
GFS70
Hydrant Adapters/Caps/Double Male
BrassHAB80
HAG80
Replacement Gasket
Locking Lever Pump Couplings
Full AssemblyBGA72
Male Ball x Shank
BMS72
Male Ball x Thread
BMT72
O-RingBOR72
Lever RingBLR72
Female Socket x Shank
BFS72
Female Socket x Thread
BFT72
Tube MenderSM76
Nipples
Combination & Victaulic
CN75
Hex Male Collared
MS76
Nozzles
Straight StreamBN78
Page
BV
77
A
60
B
60
C
61
Pin Lug Water
D
61
Aluminum With Brass Swivel
AB67
E
61
F
62
Replacement Washers
HW67
Cam & Groove
Male Adapter x Female Thread
Female Coupler x Male Thread
Female Coupler x Hose Shank
Female Coupler x Female Thread
Male Adapter x Hose Shank
Male Adapter x Male Thread
Anti-Leak Aluminum C x E Cam Lock
ALF
Couplings
Dust CapDC
Dust PlugDP
Dust Cap w/Lock Out Handles
DCL
63
Sugar Cone Strainers
CS
81
Sight GlassesSGT
81
Sandblast
Hose EndQ71
Nozzle HoldersNH71
62
Threaded Pot Ends
SB71
Gaskets for Metal Hose End/Pot End
QW71
63
Replacement Gaskets
S 66
Replacement Handles
HRP 66
Security Chain
FogFN78
Oil & Gas Drilling
62
Safety PinSP 66
CH 66
Reducers/Adapters 64
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Series No. Page
Series No.
Brass Ball Valves - 600 to 400 WOG
Bands for Cam & Groove Fittings (NBR)
RB
63
Tank Truck API Adapters, Caps & Couplers
65
Double Bolt Hose
DB
74
Spiral Double Bolt
SDB
74
Interlocking "Collar Grip" 2/4/6/ Bolt
2/4/6BC
73
Clamps
Foot Valves (Painted Red)
Menders
Skirtboard Rubber
Skirtboard Rubber - Beveled
Skirtboard Rubber - 55 to 60 Durometer
Couplings & Accessories
Couplings & Accessories
Strainers
Series No. Page
Universal Air
Series No. Page
UG68
Round HoleRHS80
Washer for 2 Lug
Square HoleSHS80
3-Way ConnectorTWC69
TubeTRHS80
Dead EndBEC69
Top HoleTHS80
Bottom HoleBHS80
Safety Pin & Lanyard
SPL69
Hose to Hose Cable
HHWC68
Polypropylene PS80
Hose to Tool Cable
HTWS68
Tank Truck Accessories
Hose End 4 Lug
HE69
API Dust CapDC65
Female End 4 Lug
FE69
Washer for 4 Lug
UG69
API Coupler x Adapter
DA65
API Coupler x Coupler
DD65
Gasket for API Coupler
G65
Universal Air
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Wrenches
Spanner for Pin Lug Couplings
SW79
Universal SpannerUS79
Hose End 2 Lug
HE68
Male End 2 Lug
ME68
Female End 2 Lug
FE68
Adjustable Hydrant
HYD79
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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Organizations Having Regulations or
Specifications for Hose
U.S. Government Agencies ARPM Oil Resistance Data
The effects of oil on rubber depend on a number of
factors that include the type of rubber compound, the
composition of the oil, the temperature and the length of
exposure. The ARPM (replacing RMA) has developed a
classification of hose performance based on simple
immersions in ASTM No. 3 oil (High Swell) at 212° F for 70
hours. Oil resistance classifications for rubber stocks are
shown in the table below.
DOD Department of Defense
DOT Department of Transportation
FDA
Food and Drug Administration
MSHA Mine Safety and Health Administration
NHTSANational
Highway Traffic Safety Administration
OSHA Occupational Safety & Health Administration
PHA
Public Health Administration
USCG U.S. Coast Guard
USDA
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Hose Physical Properties After Exposure to Oil
Volume
Tensile
Change Strength
Classification
MAX.
Retained
Canadian Agencies and Organizations
CGA Canadian Gas Association
CGSB
Canadian Government Specifications Board
RAC Rubber Association of Canada
CSA
Canadian Specifications Association
Class A
Other Organizations
(High Oil Resistance) +25%
80%
(Medium-High Oil Resistance) +65%
50%
(Medium Oil Resistance)
40%
Class B
Class C
ABS
American Bureau of Shipping
ANSI American National Standards Institute
API
American Petroleum Institute
ARPM Association for Rubber Products Manufacturers
BIA
Boating Industry Association
BSI
British Standards Institute
CARB California Air Resource Board
CGA Compressed Gas Association
DIN
Duetches Institut for Normung -
German Standards
DNV Det Norske Veritas
EN
European Norms
FM
Factory Mutual Research
FPS
Fluid Power Society
ISO
International Organization for Standardization
JIC
Joint Industrial Council (now defunct)
JIS
Japanese Industrial Standards
NAHAD National Association of Hose and Accessories Distributors
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
National Fluid Power Association
RMA Rubber Manufacturers Association
(replaced by ARPM)
SAE
Society of Automotive Engineers
TFI
The Fertilizer Institute
UL
Underwriters Laboratories
+100%
Minimum
Hose Bend Radius Data (MBR) The Bend Radius is the radius of the bent section of a hose
measured to the inner-most surface of the curved portion. It
is important because the minimum bend
radius is the maximum amount the hose
can be bent without being kinked or
damaged.
General formula to determine bend
length: Angle of Bend x 2π = minimum length of hose to make bend
360°
r = given bend radius of the hose
Example: to make a 90° bend with a hose with a 2" I.D.
Given r = 4.5 inches
90°
(2 x 3.14 x 4.5)
360°
.25 x 2 x 3.14 x 4.5 = 7 inches
7 inches is the minimum length the hose can be bent without damaging it. Remember that the bend should
take place over the entire minimum length and not a
portion of it. In addition, the formula does not mean
that 7 inches will be long enough to meet application
needs. It only means that if the 90° bend takes place
in less than 7 inches, the hose could be damaged.
 Reprinted with permission from the Association of Rubber Products
Manufacturers (ARPM), Hose Handbook, RMA/IP-2/2003 (ARPM has
replaced RMA)
COMMONLY USED RUBBER COMPOUNDS
ASTM
Designation
Common Name
Composition
D1418
CM
CPE
CR
Neoprene*
CSM
ECO
4
EPDM
FKM
Hypalon
Hydrin
Chlorinated Polyethylene
IIR
Butyl
Isobutylene-isoprene
Chloroprene
IR
Polyisoprene
Isoprene, synthetic
Chloro-sulfonyl-
polyethylene
Ethylene oxide and
Chloromethyl oxirane
NBR
Buna N, Nitrile
Nitrile-butadiene
NR
Natural
Isoprene - natural
SBR
Styrene-butadiene
Ethylene Propylene Ethylene Propylene
Rubber
Diene terpolymer
Fluoroelastomer Hexafluoropropylene
Viton
vinylidene fluoride
* DuPont registered trademark
ASTM
Designation
Common Name
Composition
D1418
SBR
UHMWPE
Ultra-High Molecular
Polyethylene
Weight Polyethylene
XLPE
Cross-linked
Polyethylene
Polyethylene and
cross-linking agent
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
I. Hose Selection
It is important to have all the required information to select the proper hose for any hose application. The acronym
"STAMPED" can be used to remember the required information as follows:
Size - Inside diameter (I.D.) and length. In some cases, the outside diameter (O.D.), also.
Temperature - Internal, external, minimum and maximum.
Application - What is the hose supposed to do?
Material - What type of product will be conveyed?
Pressure - What are the normal working and burst pressures?
GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Ends - Are couplings needed? What type, size and thread?
Delivery - When and where will it be needed? Special packaging required?
II. Common Terms
Term
I.D.
Definition
Inside diameter of hose opening
O.D.
Outside diameter of hose
Max W.P.
PSI
Maximum recommended
working pressure
Pressure in pounds per square inch
Term
Weight/ft.
Bend Radius
Definition
Weight per foot of hose
The minimum radius to which the hose will bend before it is damaged
Standard Lengths
The bulk length that the hose is
stocked for distributors
III. Thread Chart
Abbreviation
GHT
Thread Name
JIC 37° Flare
Garden Hose Thread
Joint Industrial Committee
NH or NST
American Standard Fire
Hose Thread
National Hose or National
Standard Thread
NPT
NPTF
GHT - GHT
Mechanical Seal
JIC Male - JIC Female
Washer Seal
NH or NST - NH or NST
Thread Seal or
Washer Seal
NPT - NPT or NPTF
American Standard Taper
Pipe Fuel Dryseal
Thread Seal or
Washer Seal
NPTF - NPTF or NPT
National Pipe Tapered Fuel
NPSM
Thread Compatibility
Washer Seal
National Pipe Thread
NPSH
American Standard Taper
Pipe Thread
Seal Method
American Standard Straight
Washer Seal
Pipe for Hose Couplings
NPSH - NPSH or NPT
National Pipe Straight Hose
American Standard Straight
Mechanical Joints
Washer Seal or
Mechanical Seal
NPSM - NPSM, NPT or NPTF
National Pipe Straight
Mechanical
SAE 45° Flare
Society of Automotive
Engineers
Mechanical Seal
SAE Male - SAE Female
Note: Thread sealant is required for Thread Seal connections, except for NPTF during initial use.
Note: Compatibility of thread type does not ensure compatibility of fittings. Always use mating fittings of the same type.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
CARE, MAINTENANCE & STORAGE OF HOSE
Hose has a limited life and the use must be alert to signs of impending failure, particularly when the conditions of service include high
working pressures and/or the conveyance or containment of hazardous materials. The periodic inspection and testing procedures
described here provide a schedule of specific measures which constitute a minimum level of user action to detect signs indicating
hose deterioration or loss of performance before conditions leading
to malfunction or failure are reached.
General instructions are also described for the proper storage of
hose to minimize deterioration from exposure to elements or environments which are known to be deleterious to rubber products.
Proper storage conditions can enhance and extend substantially the
ultimate life of hose products.
SAFETY WARNING: Failure to properly follow the
manufacturer's recommended procedures for the care,
maintenance and storage of a particular hose might result
in the failure to perform in the manner intended and might result
in possible damage to property and serious bodily harm.
General Care and Maintenance of Hose
7. If liquids such as gasoline, oil, solvent, or other hazardous fluids
are used as a test fluid, precautions must be taken to protect
against fire or other damage should a hose assembly fail and the
test liquid be sprayed over the surrounding area.
Storage
Rubber hose products in storage can be affected adversely by
temperature, humidity, ozone, sunlight, oils, solvents, corrosive
liquids and fumes, insects, rodents and radioactive materials.
The appropriate method for storing hose depends to a great
extent on the size (diameter and length), the quantity to be stored,
and the way in which it is packaged. Hose should not be piled or
stacked to such an extent that the weight of the stack creates
distortions on the lengths stored at the bottom.
Since hose products vary considerably in size, weight and length, it
is not practical to establish definite recommendations on this point.
Hose having a very light wall will not support as much load as could
a hose having a heavier wall or hose having a wire reinforcement.
Hose which is shipped in coils or bales should be stored so that the
coils are in a horizontal plane.
Hose should not be subjected to any form of abuse in service. It
Whenever feasible, rubber hose products should be stored in their
should be handled with reasonable care. Hose should not be
original shipping containers, especially when such containers are
dragged over sharp or abrasive surfaces unless specifically designed
wooden crates or cardboard cartons which provide some protection
for such service. Care should be taken to protect hose from severe
against the deteriorating effects of oils, solvents, and corrosive
end loads for which the hose or hose assembly were not designed.
Hose should be used at or below its rated working pressure; any
liquids; shipping containers also afford some protection against
changes in pressure should be made gradually so as not to subject
ozone and sunlight.
the hose to excessive surge pressures. Hose should not be kinked or
Certain rodents and insects will damage rubber hose products and
be run over by equipment. In handling the large size hose, dollies
adequate protection from them should be provided.
should be used whenever possible; slings or handling rigs, properly
placed, should be used to support heavy hose used in oil suction
and discharge service.
Cotton jacketed hose should be protected against fungal growths if
the hose is to be stored for prolonged periods in humidity
General Test & Inspection Procedures conditions in excess of 70%
An inspection and hydrostatic test should be made at periodic intervals to determine if a hose is suitable for continued service. A visual
inspection of the hose should be made for loose covers, kinks, bulges, or soft spots which might indicate broken or displaced reinforcement. The couplings or fittings should be closely examined and, if
there is any sign of movement of the hose from the couplings, the
hose should be removed from service. The periodic inspection
should include a hydrostatic test for one minute at 150% of the recommended working pressure of the hose. An exception to this
would be the woven jacketed fire hose.* During the hydrostatic test,
the hose should be straight, not coiled or in a kinked position. Water
is the usual test medium and, following the test, the hose may be
flushed with alcohol to remove traces of moisture. A regular schedule for testing should be followed and inspection records
maintained.
Safety Warning: Before conducting any pressure tests on hose,
provision must be made to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the tests and to prevent any possible damage to property.
Only trained personnel using proper tools and procedures should
conduct any pressure tests.
1. Air or any other compressible gas must never be used as the
test media because of the explosive action of the gas should a failure occur. Such a failure might result in possible damage to property and serious bodily injury.
2. Air should be removed from the hose by bleeding it through an
outlet valve while the hose is being filled with the test medium.
3. Hose to be pressure tested must be restrained by placing steel
rods or straps close to each end and at approximate 10' (3m) intervals along its length to keep the hose from "whipping" if failure
occurs; the steel rods or straps are to be anchored firmly to the
test structure but in such a manner that they do not contact the
hose which must be free to move.
4. The outlet end of hose is to be bulwarked so that a blown-out
fitting will be stopped.
5. Provisions must be made to protect testing personnel from the
forces of the pressure media if a failure occurs.
6. Testing personnel must never stand in front of or in back of the
ends of a hose being pressure tested.
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The ideal temperature for storage of rubber product ranges from
50° to 70°F (10-21°C) with a maximum limit of 100°F (38°C). If
stored below 32°F (0°C), some rubber products become stiff and
would require warming before being placed in service. Rubber
products should not be stored near sources of heat, such as radiators, base heaters, etc., nor should they be stored under conditions
of high or low humidity.
To avoid adverse effects of high ozone concentration, rubber hose
products should not be stored near electrical equipment that may
generate ozone or be stored for any lengthy period in geographical
areas of known high ozone concentration.
Hose should not be stored in locations where the ozone level
exceeds the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health's
upper limit of 0.10 ppm. Exposure to direct or reflected sunlighteven through windows should also be avoided. Uncovered hose
should not be stored under fluorescent or mercury lamps which
generate light waves harmful to rubber.
Storage areas should be relatively cool and dark, and free from
dampness and mildew. Items should be stored on a first-in, first-out
basis, since even under the best of conditions, an unusually long
shelf life could deteriorate certain rubber products.
*Woven jacket fire hose should be tested in accordance with the
service test provisions contained in the current edition of the
National Fire Protection Association Bulletin No. 1962 - Standard for
the Care, Use and Service Testing of Fire Hose.
 Reprinted with permission from the Association of Rubber
Products Manufacturers (ARPM), Hose Handbook,
RMA/IP-2/2003 (ARPM has replaced RMA)
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
Below are various hose constructions used in the Jason Industrial hose line. The applicable hose series for each
construction is listed below each cutaway in numerical order.
1-BRAID
2-SPIRAL
4805 - Wire Reinforced Hose (steel wire)
4103 - Red PVC Air Hose
4106 - Red/TPR Air Hose
4815 - EPDM Steam Hose (steel braid)
4818 - Bromobutyl Steam Hose (steel braid)
WATER LAYFLAT
4358, 4359 - Nitrile/PVC Oil
Resistant Discharge Hose
4502 - Blue PVC Water
Discharge Hose
4504 - Wine Red PVC Water
Discharge Hose
4515 - PVC Water Discharge Hose - Red
4703 - DJ Mill Discharge Hose
4705 - Municipal Grade SJ Mill Discharge Hose
4735 - MSHA Fire Hose
4-PLY RUBBER
4314 - 4-Ply Sandblast Hose
4354 - Rubber 4-Ply Sandblast Hose
4428 - Plaster and Grout
2-PLY W/ WIRE HELIX
4142 - Pneumatic Deadman Twinline
4182 - MSHA Mine Spray (steel wire)
4302 - Textile Reinforced Air Hose
2-PLY RUBBER
GENERAL INFORMATION
HOSE CONSTRUCTIONS
4310 - Gunite Hose
4312 - 2-Ply Sandblast Hose
4313 - Lightweight Sandblast Hose
4322 - 1/8" Tube Dry Cement Powder Discharge Hose
4323 - 3/16” Tube Dry Cement Powder Discharge
4324 - 1/4” Tube Dry Cement Powder Discharge
4348 - Frac Oil & Water Discharge Hose 400 PSI
4352 - Rubber 2-Ply Water Discharge
4360 - Papermill Washdown
4380 - Non-Conductive Furnace Door Coolant Hose
PVC HOSE W/ PVC HELIX
4601 - Green PVC Water Suction Hose
4615 - Clear/White PVC Water Suction Hose
PVC HOSE W/ 1-BRAID
4511 - Braided PVC/
FDA Hose
4414 - Petroleum Suction Hose - 300 PSI
4415 - Oil Return Hose SAE 100R4
4416 - Low Temp Tank Truck Hose - Corrugated
(double helix)
4418 - Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose - Smooth Cover
4419 - Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose
4421 - Tank Truck Hose - Red Corrugated
4423 - Bio-Diesel Suction & Discharge Hose
4424 - Petroleum Suction Hose - 400 PSI
4425 - Hot Air Blower
4328 - Fuel Discharge Hose - 300 PSI
4430 - Cross-Linked Polyethylene Suction Hose
4433 - UHMWPE Chemical Suction Hose
4450 - Rubber Water Suction Hose (1-1/4” - 6” ID)
4460 - Bulk Food Suction
4465 - Liquid Food Suction
4470 - Bulk Material Suction Hose
CLEAR PVC W/ GALVANIZED SPRING WIRE
4600 - Spring Wire PVC/FDA
Hose
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NEW PRODUCTS
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NEW PRODUCTS
BRAND NEW ITEMS TO LOOK FOR IN THIS CATALOG!
4807 Hi-Temp Air Hose - Wire Reinforced (3/4", 1", 2" and 3" IDs). Same as 4805, with a higher temperature (+275 °F) - PAGE 13
4105 TPR Air Hose - New Version, New Part Numbers - PAGE 10
4175 Reinforced Polyurethane Air Hose Assemblies - (1/4" and 3/8" IDs) - PAGE 11
4328 Fuel Discharge Hose - 300 PSI (2", 2-1/2", 3", 4" and 5" IDs) - PAGE 23
4414 Petroleum Suction Hose - 300 PSI (2", 2-1/2", 3", 4" and 6" IDs) - PAGE 22
4416 Low Temp Tank Truck Hose - Corrugated (3" and 4" IDs) - Replaces series 4417 - PAGE 24
4418 Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction Hose - Smooth Cover (1", 1-1/2", 2", 3" and 4" IDs) - PAGE 25
4423 Bio-Diesel Suction & Discharge Hose - (1", 1-1/2", 2" and 3" IDs) - PAGE 23
4424 Nitrile Petroleum Suction Hose - 400 PSI (3/4", 1", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 2", 2-1/2", 3", 4" and 6" IDs) - PAGE 22
4322 1/8" Tube Dry Cement, Powder Discharge Hose - PAGE 28
4359 Nitrile/PVC Oil Resistant, Ribbed Discharge Hose - Black (3/4", 1", 1-1/2", 2", 2-1/2", 3", 4", 6" and 8" IDs) - PAGE 38
4449 Frac Water Suction Hose - (2", 3", 4" and 6" IDs) - PAGE 32
4515 PVC Red Water Discharge Hose - (1-1/2", 2", 2-1/2", 3", 4", 6" and 8" IDs) - PAGE 37
4735 MSHA Fire Hose - 300 PSI (1-1/2" ID) - PAGE 42
5823 MAINSTREAM™ Pressure Washer Assemblies - PAGE 37
4348 Frac Oil & Water Discharge Hose - 400 PSI - PAGE 24
Crimp Cam & Groove Fittings - PAGE 53
Crimp Combination Nipple Fittings - PAGE 53
Crimp Sleeves - PAGE 55
Crimp Ferrules - PAGE 54
Sugar Cone Witches Hat Strainers - PAGE 81
Sight Glasses - Schedule 80 - PAGE 81
Series 6340 - Beveled Skirtboard - PAGE 50
Bands for Cam & Groove Fittings - PAGE 63
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AIR HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
AIR HOSE
FOR THE TRANSFER OF AIR, WATER &
MODERATE CHEMICAL SOLUTIONS
Applications include the following:
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General service air & water
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Mild chemical applications
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Medium grade fuels for construction, shipyards, mining and agriculture.
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Pneumatically engage/disengage remote controls on sandblast machines.
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Heavy duty air supply for mining, quarries, construction, industrial air placement,
sandblasting and heavy equipment rental.
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Heavy duty applications where high temperature is required.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
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AIR HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
AIR HOSE
4103
RED PVC AIR HOSE -
MEDIUM OIL RESISTANT
TUBE: PVC, smooth, medium oil resistance, ARPM Class C
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic braid
COVER: PVC, smooth, black, medium oil resistant, ARPM Class C
BRANDING: ID XX” (XXmm) logo WP (PSI) 4103 (Country of Origin)
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -15°F (-26°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Oil mist resistant tube, non-marking cover. Ozone,
weather and UV resistant
APPLICATION: General purpose use, including air, water and mild chemical applications.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1/4” to 5/8” ID - 328 ft.; 3/4 & 1” - 164 ft. coils
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. Rein.
in. mm. Braids
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
Stock
Item
4103-0025-328 1/4 6.35
4103-0031-328 5/16 7.94
4103-0037-328 3/8 9.53
4103-0050-328 1/2 12.70
4103-0062-328 5/8 15.88
4103-0075-164 3/4 19.05
4103-0100-164
1
25.40
0.44
0.50
0.59
0.75
0.91
1.05
1.33
11.18
12.70
14.99
19.05
23.11
26.59
33.73
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
300
300
300
300
300
215
170
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
14.81
11.71
0.07
0.08
0.10
0.16
0.22
0.28
0.41
0.10
0.12
0.15
0.24
0.33
0.42
0.61
1.70
2.10
2.50
3.30
4.20
5.00
6.70
43.20
53.30
63.50
83.80
106.70
127.00
170.20
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0.59 14.99
1
300 20.68
0.10
0.15
2.50
63.50
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Coupled 1/4” Male NPT x 1/4” Male NPT x 50' Hose Assembly
4105
3/8
9.53
RED TPR AIR HOSE -
HIGH OIL RESISTANT
TUBE: TPR, Black, high oil resistance, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic braid
COVER: TPR (Nitrile/PVC), Red, ARPM Class A
BRANDING: ID XX” (XXmm) logo WP (PSI) 4106 (Country of Origin)
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -15°F (-26°C) to +176°F (+80°C)
FEATURES: Ozone, UV and weather resistant
APPLICATION: For air, oil and medium grade fuels used in construction, shipyards, mining and agriculture.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1/4” to 5/8” ID - 328 ft.; 3/4" & 1” - 164 ft. coils
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. Rein.
in. mm. Braids
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
4105-0025-328 1/4 6.35 0.44 11.18
1
300 20.68
0.07
4105-0031-328 5/16 7.94 0.50 12.70
1
300 20.68
0.08
4105-0037-328 3/8 9.53 0.59 14.99
1
300 20.68
0.10
4105-0050-328 1/2 12.70 0.75 19.05
1
300 20.68
0.16
4105-0062-328 5/8 15.88 0.91 23.11
1
300 20.68
0.22
4105-0075-164 3/4 19.05 1.05 26.59
1
215 14.81
0.28
4105-0100-164
1
25.40 1.33 33.73
1
170 11.71
0.41
Other colors are available with minimum production run. Contact Customer
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Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
Stock
Item
0.10
1.70
43.20
0.12
2.10
53.30
0.15
2.50
63.50
0.24
3.30
83.80
0.33
4.20
106.70
0.42
5.00
127.00
0.61
6.70
170.20
Service for more information.
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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TUBE: TPR, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: TPR, yellow color
BRANDING: Country of Origin
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +180°F (+82°C)
FEATURES: Heavy duty, durable, oil resistant, siamese
AIR HOSE
4142 BULK PNEUMATIC DEADMAN TWINLINE HOSE
two line construction with bright yellow cover.
APPLICATION: Used to pneumatically engage or disengage
the remote control on sandblast machines.
Part
Number
4142-0188-328
I.D.
in. mm.
3/16 4.76
STANDARD LENGTHS: Reels (328 ft.)
4175
O.D. Rein.
in. mm. Spirals
0.42 10.72
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
300 20.68
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.10
0.15
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
1.30
31.80
Stock
Item
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REINFORCED POLYURETHANE AIR
HOSE ASSEMBLIES
TUBE: Polyurethane
REINFORCEMENT: Spiral polyester yarn
COVER: Polyurethane
BRANDING: Jason logo PU AIR HOSE ID PSI WP @70°F
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +120°F (+49°C)
FEATURES: 75% lighter than rubber and 65% lighter than PVC.
Flexible to -40°F. Resists kinking. Coupled with MPT, swivel
ends with bend restrictors. Excellent oil resistance.
APPLICATION: General service air
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1/4” in 25 ft., 50 ft. and 100 ft. lengths.
3/8” in 50 ft. lengths.
Part
Number
4175-0025-025MS
4175-0025-050MS
4175-0025-100MS
4175-0038-050MS
in.
1/4
1/4
1/4
3/8
I.D.
mm.
6.35
6.35
6.35
9.54
O.D. Rein.
in. mm. Spirals
0.38 9.54
2
0.38 9.54
2
0.38 9.54
2
0.50 12.70
2
Max
PSI
200
200
200
200
W.P.
BAR
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.24
1.85
2.14
3.20
4.25
6.35
3.62
5.41
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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AIR HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
AIR HOSE
4805
WIRE REINFORCED HOSE
TUBE: Nitrile blend, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Two wire spiral
COVER: SBR, yellow, weather, fabric impression, pin pricked.
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4805 WIRE AIR WP (PSI) (BAR)
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Oil mist resistant tube, high working pressure,
visible yellow cover
APPLICATION: For heavy duty air supply in mining, quarries,
construction, industrial air placement, sandblasting
and heavy duty equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. and 100 ft.
Part
Number
4805-0050-100
4805-0075-050
4805-0075-100
4805-0100-050
4805-0100-100
4805-0125-050
4805-0125-100
4805-0150-050
4805-0150-100
4805-0200-050
4805-0200-100
4805-0250-050
4805-0250-100
4805-0300-050
4805-0300-100
4805-0400-050
4805-0400-100
4805-0600-050
4805-0600-100
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I.D.
in. mm.
1/2 12.70
3/4 19.05
3/4 19.05
1
25.40
1 25.40
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/2 38.10
1-1/2 38.10
2 50.80
2 50.80
2-1/2 63.50
2-1/2 63.50
3
76.20
3
76.20
4 101.60
4 101.60
6 152.40
6 152.40
O.D. Rein.
in. mm. Spirals
0.91
1.22
1.22
1.49
1.49
1.81
1.81
2.04
2.04
2.60
2.60
3.15
3.15
3.70
3.70
4.88
4.88
6.89
6.89
23.11
30.99
30.99
37.85
37.85
45.97
45.97
51.82
51.82
66.04
66.04
80.01
80.01
93.98
93.98
123.95
123.95
175.01
175.01
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.36
0.60
0.60
0.80
0.80
1.05
1.05
1.24
1.24
1.80
1.80
2.40
2.40
3.22
3.22
4.70
4.70
6.82
6.82
0.54
0.89
0.89
1.19
1.19
1.56
1.56
1.85
1.85
2.68
2.68
3.57
3.57
4.79
4.79
6.99
6.99
10.14
10.14
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
5.50
8.30
8.30
11.00
11.00
13.80
13.80
16.50
16.50
22.00
22.00
27.50
27.50
33.10
33.10
44.10
44.10
63.00
63.00
140.00
210.00
210.00
280.00
280.00
350.00
350.00
420.00
420.00
560.00
560.00
700.00
700.00
840.00
840.00
1120.00
1120.00
1600.20
1600.20
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AIR HOSE
AIR HOSE
4807
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
HI-TEMP AIR HOSE - WIRE REINFORCED
TUBE: Bromobutyl, oil mist and high temperature resistant
REINFORCEMENT: Two wire spiral
COVER: EPDM, abrasion and ozone resistant, pin-pricked, yellow
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4807 HIGH HEAT WIRE AIR 275°F (135°C)
600 PSI/41.4 BAR Green Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +275°F (+135°C)
FEATURES: Oil mist resistant tube, extremely high temperature range,
high working pressure and visible yellow cover.
APPLICATION: For heavy duty air supply where high temperature is
required. For use with compressors without an after-
cooler, mining, quarries, construction, industrial air
placement, sandblasting and heavy duty equipment.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. or 100 ft.
Part
Number
4807-0075-050
4807-0075-100 4807-0100-050
4807-0100-100
4807-0200-050
4807-0200-100
4807-0300-050 4807-0300-100
in.
3/4
3/4
1
1
2
2
3
3
I.D.
O.D. Rein.
mm.
in. mm. Spirals
19.05 1.42 36.00
2
19.05 1.42 36.00
2
25.40 1.93 49.00
2
25.40 1.93 49.00
2
50.80 2.48 63.00
2
50.80 2.48 63.00
2
76.20 3.50 89.00
2
76.20 3.50 89.00
2
Max
PSI
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
W.P.
BAR
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
41.37
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.60
0.89
0.60
0.89
0.80
1.19
0.80
1.19
1.80
2.68
1.80
2.68
3.22
4.79
3.22
4.79
Min. Bend
in. 8.30
8.30
11.00
11.00
22.00
22.00
33.10
33.10
Radius
mm
210.00
210.00
280.00
280.00
560.00
560.00
840.00
840.00
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AIR HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
AIR HOSE
4302 TEXTILE REINFORCED AIR HOSE - 400 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile blend, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric, 2-ply
COVER: SBR, yellow, fabric impression, pin-pricked
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4302 Textile Air WP (PSI) ( BAR)
Blue Mylar Stripe
yellow cover, weather, abrasion and ozone resistant
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Oil mist resistant tube, high working pressure, visible
APPLICATION: For tough applications in mines and quarries
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4302-0050-050
4302-0075-050
4302-0100-050
4302-0150-050
4302-0200-050
1/2 12.70
3/4 19.05
1 25.40
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
O.D. in. mm.
0.91
1.18
1.46
2.05
3.64
23.11
29.97
37.08
52.07
67.06
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
400
400
400
400
400
27.58
27.58
27.58
27.58
27.58
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.32
0.40
0.54
0.92
1.37
0.48
0.60
0.80
1.37
2.04
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
6.00
7.50
10.00
15.00
20.00
152.40
190.00
254.00
280.00
508.00
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4305 TEXTILE REINFORCED AIR HOSE - 300 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile blend, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric, 2-ply
COVER: Nitrile/SBR blend, yellow color, fabric impression
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4305 Textile Air WP (PSI) (BAR)
Blue Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
weather, abrasion and ozone resistant
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Oil mist resistant tube, visible yellow cover,
APPLICATION: For rugged air line service in mining, quarries,
construction, sandblasting, industrial air placement
and equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 3/4” through 2-1/2” I.D. 100 ft., 3” I.D. 50 and 100 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4305-0075-100 3/4 19.05
4305-0100-050
1
25.40
4305-0100-100
1
25.40
4305-0125-100 1-1/4 31.75
4305-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10
4305-0200-100
2
50.80
4305-0250-100 2-1/2 63.50
4305-0300-050
3
76.20
4305-0300-100
3
76.20
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O.D. in. mm.
1.18
1.46
1.46
1.81
2.05
2.64
3.15
3.70
3.70
29.97
37.08
37.08
45.97
52.07
67.06
80.01
93.98
93.98
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
24.13
24.13
24.13
24.13
24.13
24.13
24.13
24.13
24.13
Weight
Min. Bend Radius
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
0.40
0.54
0.54
0.81
0.92
1.37
1.69
2.16
2.16
0.60
0.80
0.80
1.21
1.37
2.04
2.51
3.21
3.21
7.50
10.00
10.00
12.50
15.00
20.00
25.00
30.00
30.00
190.00
254.00
254.00
320.00
380.00
508.00
635.00
762.00
762.00
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
ACID/CHEMICAL HOSE
ACID/CHEMICAL
HOSE
FOR IN-PLANT OR TANK TRUCK USE TO
TRANSFER CHEMICALS & SOLVENTS
Applications include the following:
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Transferring chemicals and acids
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Transferring solvents
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
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ACID/CHEMICAL HOSE
ACID/CHEMICAL
HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4430
CROSS-LINKED POLYETHYLENE
SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: Cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE), clear, smooth
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix and copper
static wire.
COVER: EPDM, green, fabric impression
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4430 XLPE ACID CHEMICAL I.D. WP (PSI) (BAR) Blue Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Versatile, handles 90% of todays chemicals* which
reduces inventories in stocking several types of
chemical hoses.
APPLICATION: For in-plant or tank truck use to transfer chemicals
and solvents.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM: All sizes are full vacuum
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
4430-0075-100 3/4 19.05 1.19 30.23
4430-0100-100
1
25.40 1.50 38.10
4430-0125-100 1-1/4 31.75 1.75 44.45
4430-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10 2.09 53.09
4430-0200-100
2
50.80 2.61 66.29
4430-0250-100 2-1/2 63.50 3.19 81.03
4430-0300-050
3
76.20 3.75 95.25
4430-0400-100
4 101.60 4.88 123.95
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
200
200
200
200
200
150
150
150
Weight
Min. Bend Radius
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
13.79
13.79
13.79
13.79
13.79
10.34
10.34
10.34
0.36
0.49
0.55
0.69
0.98
1.35
1.90
2.57
0.54
0.73
0.82
1.03
1.46
2.01
2.83
3.82
6.00
6.50
9.00
10.00
12.00
15.00
16.00
18.00
152.40
165.10
228.60
254.00
304.80
381.00
406.40
457.20
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4433
UHMWPE CHEMICAL SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix
COVER: EPDM, corrugated, blue
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4433 UHMWPE ACID CHEMICAL I.D. WP (PSI) (BAR) Orange Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
or discharge service, flexible.
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Versatile, handles 98% of todays chemicals* for suction
APPLICATION: For in-plant or tank truck use to transfer chemicals & acids.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM: All sizes are full vacuum
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Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Plies
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
Min. Bend Radius
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
4433-0075-100 3/4 19.05 1.14 28.96
2
200 13.79
0.38
0.57
6.00
152.40
4433-0100-100
1
25.40 1.46 37.08
2
200 13.79
0.50
0.74
6.50
165.10
4433-0125-100 1-1/4 31.75 1.77 44.96
2
200 13.79
0.58
0.86
9.00
228.60
4433-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10 2.05 52.07
2
200 13.79
0.71
1.06
10.00
254.00
4433-0200-100
2
50.80 2.64 67.06
2
200 13.79
1.01
1.50
12.00
304.80
4433-0250-100 2-1/2 63.50 3.15 80.01
2
200 10.34
1.46
2.17
15.00
381.00
4433-0300-100
3
76.20 3.86 98.04
2
200 10.34
1.97
2.93
16.00
406.40
4433-0400-100
4 101.60 4.72 119.89
2
150 10.34
2.60
3.87
18.00
457.20
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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FOOD HOSE
FOOD HOSE
FOR IN-PLANT OR TANK TRUCK USE TO
TRANSFER FOOD GRADE PRODUCTS
Applications include the following:
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For suction, pneumatic or gravity transfer of flour, sugar, syrup or edible grains.
l
For liquid food products, including oily edibles, milk and beer.
l
Food and beverage dispensing, potable water, air breathing lines, lube lines and
other visual flow applications.
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For car wash, deionized water systems and other clear flow applications.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
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FOOD HOSE
FOOD HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4460
FDA BULK FOOD SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: White Natural Rubber (NR), 3/16” thick, FDA Grade
REINFORCEMENT: Multiple plies with steel wire helix
COVER: Natural rubber, flat corrugations, gray color
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4460 FDA I.D. 3/16” Tube Bulk Food Suction
WP (PSI) (BAR) Orange Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-32°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Heavy abrasion resistant tube, extremely flexible
APPLICATION: For suction, pneumatic or gravity transfer of flour,
sugar, syrup or edible grains.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1-1/2” to 6” I.D. 100 ft., 6” to 14” I.D. 20 ft.
VACUUM: All sizes, full vacuum
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4460-0150-100
4460-0200-100
4460-0250-100
4460-0300-100
4460-0350-100
4460-0400-100
4460-0450-060
4460-0450-100
4460-0500-100
4460-0600-020
4460-0600-100
4460-0650-020
4460-0662-020
4460-0688-020
4460-0800-020
4460-0862-020
4460-1000-020
4460-1200-020
4460-1400-020
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
2-1/2 63.50
3
76.20
3-1/2 88.90
4 101.60
4-1/2 114.30
4-1/2 114.30
5 127.00
6 152.40
6 152.40
6-1/2 165.10
6-5/8 168.28
6-7/8 174.63
8 203.20
8-5/8 219.08
10 254.00
12 304.80
14 355.60
O.D. in. mm.
2.05
2.66
3.07
3.62
4.21
4.72
5.27
5.27
5.71
6.77
6.77
7.32
7.52
7.80
8.78
9.33
10.83
12.83
14.76
4465
52.07
67.56
77.98
91.95
106.93
119.89
133.86
133.86
145.03
171.96
171.96
185.93
191.01
198.13
223.01
236.98
275.08
325.88
374.90
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
125
125
100
100
0.98
1.37
1.67
2.14
2.60
3.14
3.94
3.94
4.67
5.98
5.98
6.84
7.31
7.81
9.36
9.64
11.57
15.27
18.41
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
8.62
8.62
6.89
6.89
1.46
2.04
2.49
3.18
3.87
4.67
5.86
5.86
6.95
8.90
8.90
10.18
10.88
11.58
13.93
14.35
17.22
22.72
27.40
5.00
6.00
8.00
10.00
12.00
20.00
22.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
26.00
28.00
29.00
30.00
32.00
36.00
44.00
60.00
72.00
127.00
152.40
203.20
254.00
304.80
508.00
558.80
558.80
609.60
660.40
660.40
711.20
736.60
762.60
812.80
914.40
1117.60
1524.00
1828.80
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FDA LIQUID FOOD SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: White Nitrile, FDA Grade
REINFORCEMENT: Multiple plies with steel wire helix
COVER: Nitrile, corrugated, white
BRANDING: Jason Logo 4465 FDA Liquid Food SUCTION WP 150 PSI
10.35 BAR Blue Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Handles a wide variety of food products, extremely flexible
APPLICATION: For suction or discharge of liquid food products,
including oily edibles, milk and beer.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM: All sizes, full vacuum
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4465-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10
4465-0200-100
2
50.80
4465-0300-100
3
76.20
4465-0400-100
4 101.60
18
in.
O.D. mm.
2.05 52.07
2.56 65.02
3.56 90.42
4.69 119.13
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
10.34
10.34
10.34
10.34
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
1.10
1.50
2.30
4.60
1.64
2.23
3.42
6.85
4.00
5.00
6.00
8.00
101.60
127.00
152.40
203.20
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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FOOD HOSE
FOOD HOSE
4511
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
FDA BRAIDED PVC/FDA HOSE
TUBE: PVC, crystal clear, non-toxic, FDA Grade
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic braid
COVER: PVC, crystal clear, non-toxic, FDA Grade
BRANDING: Jason logo WP (PSI) FDA Non-Toxic Country of Origin
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -14°F (-26°C) to +140°F (+60°C)
FEATURES: One piece long length coils, smooth as glass tube.
Resists chemical, ozone and weather deterioration.
APPLICATION: Food and beverage dispensing, potable water, air breathing
lines, packaging and equipment, lube lines and other
visual flow applications.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1/4” to 1” I.D. 300 ft., 1-1/4” to 2” I.D., 100 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Braids
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
4511-0251
1/4
6.35 0.45 11.43 1
250 17.24
4511-0311
5/16
7.94 0.47 11.94
1
250 17.24
4511-0381 3/8
9.53 0.55 13.97
1
200 13.79
4511-0501 1/2 12.70 0.69 17.53
1
150 10.34
4511-0631
5/8 15.88 0.82 20.83
1
150 10.34
4511-0751 3/4 19.05 0.99 25.15
1
150 10.34
4511-1001
1
25.40 1.28 32.51
1
125
8.62
4511-1251
1-1/4 31.75 1.61 40.89
1
100
6.89
4511-1501 1-1/2 38.10 1.85 46.99
1
70
4.83
4511-2001
2
50.80 2.39 60.71
1
60
4.14
NOTE: Working pressure decreases as temperature increases.
4600
Weight
Min. Bend Radius
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
0.04
0.05
0.07
0.10
0.12
0.18
0.27
0.44
0.51
0.74
0.06
0.07
0.10
0.15
0.18
0.27
0.40
0.65
0.76
1.10
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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FDA SPRING WIRE PVC/FDA HOSE
TUBE: PVC, clear and smooth, FDA Grade, meets 3-A standards
REINFORCEMENT: Electro-galavanized spring steel wire
COVER: PVC, crystal clear and smooth, FDA Grade, meets 3-A stds
BRANDING: None
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -14°F (-26°C) to +140°F (+60°C)
FEATURES: Crystal clear food grade PVC allows visual flow inspection.
Spring steel wire provides full vacuum rating and prevents
kinking and collapsing.
APPLICATION: Food and beverage dispensing, air water, coolant,
car wash, deionized water systems and other clear flow applications.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 3/8” to 1” I.D. 100 ft., 1-1/4” to 4” I.D., 50 ft.
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum all sizes
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
4600-0380
3/8 9.53
0.63 16.00 Wire Spring 100
6.89
0.10
0.15
0.80
19.10
4600-0500
1/2 12.70
0.71 18.03 Wire Spring 100
6.89
0.13
0.19
1.00
25.40
4600-0630 5/8 15.88
0.90 22.86 Wire Spring 100
6.89
0.17
0.25 1.20
30.00
4600-0750 3/4 19.05 1.06 26.92 Wire Spring 100
6.89
0.24
0.36 1.30
34.00
4600-1000
1
25.40 1.31 33.27 Wire Spring
75
5.17
0.34
0.51
1.70
41.90
4600-1250 1-1/4 31.75 1.61 40.89 Wire Spring
75
5.17
0.50
0.74
2.00
50.80
4600-1500
1-1/2 38.10 1.85 46.99 Wire Spring 50
3.45
0.55
0.82
2.50
63.50
4600-2000
2
50.80 2.36 59.94 Wire Spring 50
3.45
0.84
1.25
3.20
82.00
4600-2500 2-1/2 63.50 2.97 75.44 Wire Spring 50
3.45
1.21
1.80
5.50
139.70
4600-3000
3
76.20 3.51 89.15 Wire Spring 50
3.45
1.48
2.20
6.50
165.10
4600-3500 3-1/2 88.90 4.09 103.89 Wire Spring 50
3.45
1.95
2.90 7.50
190.50
4600-4000 4 101.60 4.57 116.08 Wire Spring 50
3.45
2.18
3.24 8.50
215.90
NOTE: Working pressure decreases as temperature increases.
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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PETROLEUM HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
PETROLEUM HOSE
FOR IN-PLANT OR TANK TRUCK USE TO
TRANSFER PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Applications include the following:
l
For suction or discharge of petroleum-based products in truck and car operations.
l
For transfer of gasoline in gravity flow or pressure applications.
l
For suction and discharge of bio-diesel fuel and ethanol.
l
For oil return lines of hydraulic systems in industrial and agricultural applications.
l
Handles crude oil, salt and fresh water, tank bottoms and diesel fuels.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded.
Jason Industrial reserves the right to
make changes in construction without
prior notice.
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4420 NITRILE PETROLEUM SUCTION HOSE - 150 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile, black, smooth, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with dual wire helix
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B
BRANDING: Jason logo 4420 Petroleum Suction WP 150 PSI 10.35 BAR
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Smooth, highly oil resistant tube to handle gasoline
PETROLEUM HOSE
PETROLEUM HOSE
and other petroleum products having an aromatic content
of 50%. Increased flexibility due to the dual wire helix
APPLICATION: For suction or discharge of petroleum-based
products in truck and car operations.
STANDARD LENGTHS: All sizes 100 ft.; 2", 3" and 4" available in 200 ft. lengths.
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum all sizes
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4420-0075-100
4420-0100-100
4420-0125-100
4420-0150-100
4420-0200-100
4420-0200-200
4420-0250-100
4420-0300-100
4420-0300-200
4420-0400-100
4420-0400-200
4420-0600-020
4420-0600-100
4420-0800-020
4420-0800-050
4421
3/4 19.05
1
25.40
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
2
50.80
2-1/2 63.50
3
76.20
3
76.20
4 101.60
4 101.60
6 152.40
6 152.40
8 203.20
8 203.20
O.D. in. mm.
1.14
1.38
1.69
2.00
2.52
2.52
3.06
3.54
3.54
4.60
4.60
6.86
6.86
8.90
8.90
28.96
35.00
42.93
50.80
64.01
64.01
77.72
89.92
89.92
116.84
116.84
174.24
174.24
226.06
226.06
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.36
0.49
0.81
0.91
1.14
1.14
1.76
2.42
2.42
2.69
2.69
6.28
6.28
7.12
7.12
0.54
0.73
1.21
1.35
1.70
1.70
2.62
3.60
3.60
4.00
4.00
9.35
9.35
10.60
10.60
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
4.00
6.00
6.00
6.50
8.00
8.00
12.00
16.00
16.00
18.00
18.00
30.00
30.00
48.00
48.00
101.60
152.40
152.40
165.10
203.20
203.20
304.80
406.40
406.40
457.20
457.20
762.00
762.00
1219.20
1219.20
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TANK TRUCK HOSE - RED CORRUGATED
TUBE: Nitrile, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Spiraled synthetic plies with steel wire helix
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B (corrugated) - RED
BRANDING: Jason logo 4421 Petroleum Suction 150 PSI 10.35 BAR
White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -30°F (-34°C) to +180°F (+82°C)
FEATURES: Extremely flexible, lightweight, resistant to abrasion,
weathering and exposure to oil.
APPLICATION: The transfer of petroleum products, including
gasoline under pressure or gravity flow.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum, all sizes
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Plies
4421-0200-100
4421-0300-100
4421-0400-100
4421-0600-100
2 50.80
3
76.20
4 101.60
6 152.40
2.48 63.00
3.50 89.00
4.57 116.00
6.77 172.00
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.18
1.99
2.66
6.30
1.76
2.96
3.96
9.41
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
4.00
6.00
9.00
25.00
101.60
152.40
228.60
637.50
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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PETROLEUM HOSE
PETROLEUM HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4424 NITRILE PETROLEUM SUCTION HOSE - 400 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile, black, smooth, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with dual wire helix
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B
BRANDING: Jason logo 4424 Petroleum Suction WP 400 PSI 27.6 BAR
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -31°F (-35°C) to +158°F (+70°C)
FEATURES: Heavy duty construction that can handle up to 400 PSI. High
tensile synthetic textile, NBR tube, two copper static wires,
synthetic rubber cover, oil, weather, ozone & sea water resistant
APPLICATION: For suction or discharge of petroleum-based products in
truck and car operations.
STANDARD LENGTHS: All sizes 100 ft.; 2", 3" and 4" available in 200 ft. lengths.
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum all sizes
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Plies
4424-0200-100
4424-0200-200
4424-0300-100
4424-0300-200
4424-0400-100
4424-0400-200
2 50.80
2 50.80
3 76.20
3 76.20
4 101.60
4 101.60
2.82 71.63
2.82 71.63
3.88 98.55
3.88 98.55
4.92 124.97
4.92 124.97
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
400
400
400
400
400
400
27.56
27.56
27.56
27.56
27.56
27.56
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.89
1.89
2.95
2.95
3.85
3.85
2.81
2.81
4.39
4.39
5.72
5.72
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
12.00
12.00
20.00
20.00
30.00
30.00
304.80
304.80
508.00
508.00
762.00
762.00
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4414 NITRILE PETROLEUM SUCTION HOSE - 300 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile, black, smooth, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with dual wire helix
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B
BRANDING: Jason logo 4414 Petroleum Suction WP (300 PSI) 20.7 BAR
Red White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Heavy duty construction that can handle up to 300 PSI.
APPLICATION: The transfer of petroleum products, including gasoline
under pressure or gravity flow.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft. lengths, all sizes. 2", 3" & 4" ID available in
200 ft. lengths
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum all sizes
Part
Number
4414-0100-100
4414-0125-100
4414-0150-100
4414-0200-100
4414-0200-200
4414-0250-100
4414-0300-100
4414-0300-200
4414-0400-100
4414-0400-200
4414-0600-100
4414-0800-020
22
I.D.
in. mm.
1 25.40
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
2
50.80
2-1/2 63.50
3
76.20
3
76.20
4 101.60
4 101.60
6 152.40
8 203.20
O.D. in. mm.
1.46
1.73
2.00
2.50
2.50
3.11
3.62
3.62
4.65
4.65
6.91
8.98
37.08
43.94
50.80
63.50
63.50
78.99
91.95
91.95
118.11
118.11
175.51
228.00
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
0.53
0.70
0.92
1.27
1.27
1.66
2.19
2.19
2.89
2.89
6.47
6.92
3.50
4.00
5.00
8.00
8.00
10.00
12.00
12.00
17.00
17.00
27.00
48.00
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
0.79
1.04
1.37
1.89
1.89
2.47
3.26
3.26
4.30
4.30
9.96
10.30
88.90
101.06
127.00
203.20
203.20
254.00
304.80
304.80
431.80
431.80
685.80
1219.20
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4423
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
BIO-DIESEL SUCTION & DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE)
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with 2-wire helix and two
conductive copper wires
COVER: CR, smooth, black. Oil, heat, ozone, weather and
abrasion resistant
BRANDING: Jason logo 4423 BIO-DIESEL B-20 MAX Ethanol E-20
MAX SUCTION 150 PSI 10.35 BAR
Red Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -31°F (-35°C) to +176°F (+80°C)
FEATURES: UHMWPE tube gives maximum resitance to today's
bio-diesel blends. Consult with engine manufacturers
for warranted blends (B5 to B100).
APPLICATION: For suction and discharge of bio-diesel and ethanol blended fuels
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM RATING: All sizes full vacuum
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4423-0100-100
4423-0150-100
4423-0200-100
4423-0300-100
4328
1
1-1/2
2
3
25.40
38.10
50.80
76.20
O.D. in. mm.
1.42
1.93
2.48
3.50
36.00
49.00
63.00
89.00
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.49
0.75
1.16
1.81
0.73
1.12
1.72
2.69
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
6.00
8.00
12.00
18.00
152.40
203.20
304.80
457.20
PETROLEUM HOSE
PETROLEUM HOSE
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NITRILE FUEL DISCHARGE HOSE - 300 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile, black, smooth, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with static wire
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B
BRANDING: Jason logo 4328 Fuel Discharge WP (300 PSI) 20.7 BAR
Red White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Smooth, highly oil resistant tube to handle gasoline and
other petroleum products having an aromatic content of 50%.
APPLICATION: For discharge only for petroleum-based products in
truck and car applications.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft. lengths
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Plies
4328-0200-100
4328-0250-100
4328-0300-100
4328-0400-100
4328-0500-100
2 50.80
2-1/2 63.50
3
76.20
4 101.60
5 127.00
2.64 67.06
3.13 79.50
3.67 93.22
4.61 117.09
5.67 144.02
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
300
300
300
300
300
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
20.68
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.35
1.55
1.88
2.57
4.09
2.01
2.30
2.80
3.82
6.08
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
11.00
12.00
14.00
18.00
24.00
275.00
300.00
350.00
450.00
600.00
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PETROLEUM HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4415
PETROLEUM HOSE
OIL RETURN HOSE SAE 100R4
TUBE: Nitrile, black, smooth, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B
BRANDING: Jason logo 4415 SAE 100R4 Return Line
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +212°F (+100°C)
FEATURES: Highly oil resistant tube to handle petroleum products with
an aromatic content of 50%.
APPLICATION: For oil return lines of hydraulic systems in industrial and
agricultural applications.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft
Part
Number
4415-0075-100
4415-0100-100
4415-0125-100
4415-0150-100
4415-0200-100
4416
I.D.
in. mm.
3/4 19.05
1
25.40
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum all sizes
O.D. in. mm.
1.25 31.75
1.47 37.34
1.77 44.96
2.05 52.07
2.51 63.75
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
Max
PSI
300
250
200
150
150
W.P.
BAR
20.68
17.24
13.79
10.34
10.34
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.45
0.67
0.50
0.74
0.64
0.95
0.80
1.19
0.99
1.47
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
4.00
101.60
4.50
114.30
6.00
152.40
6.50
165.10
8.00
203.20
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LOW TEMP TANK TRUCK HOSE - CORRUGATED
TUBE: Nitrile, ARPM Class A
REINFORCEMENT: Spiraled synthetic plies with double wire helix
COVER: CR, ARPM Class B (corrugated) - Black
BRANDING: Jason logo 4416 Low Temp Petroleum Suction -65°F (-55°C)
WP 150 PSI 10.35 BAR - Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -65°F (-55°C) to +180°F (+82°C)
FEATURES: Flexible to -65°F, resistant to abrasion, weathering and
exposure to oil.
APPLICATION: The transfer of petroleum products, including gasoline
under pressure or gravity flow.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
Part
Number
4416-0300-100
4416-0400-100
4348
I.D.
in. mm.
3
76.20
4 101.60
VACUUM RATING: Full vacuum all sizes
O.D. in. mm.
3.55 90.17
4.59 116.59
Rein.
Plies
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150 10.30
150 10.30
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.83
2.72
2.39
3.56
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
6.00
151.20
9.00
226.80
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FRAC OILFIELD FUEL DISCHARGE HOSE - 400 PSI
TUBE: Nitrile, black, smooth, ARPM Class C
REINFORCEMENT: Multiple plies of synthetic fabric
COVER: EPDM/SBR Blend
BRANDING: Jason logo 4348 Frac Discharge WP (400 PSI) 27.6 BAR
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Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +180°F (+82°C)
FEATURES: Smooth, highly oil resistant tube to handle gasoline and
other petroleum products having an aromatic content of 50%.
APPLICATION: To discharge or convey water and oil slurry mixtures for the
connections at the Frac tanks
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft. lengths
Part
I.D.
O.D. Rein.
Max W.P.
Weight
Min. Bend Radius
Number
in. mm.
in. mm.
Plies
PSI BAR
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
4348-0300-100
3 76.20 3.87 98.30
4
400 27.60
2.52
3.74
18.00
457.20
4348-0400-100
4 101.60 4.76 120.90
4
400 27.60
2.52
4.21
24.00
600.00
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4418
CRUDE OIL WASTE PIT SUCTION HOSE
SMOOTH COVER
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
DO NOT USE WITH REFINED PETROLEUM
TUBE: Nitrile, ARPM Class C
REINFORCEMENT: Spiraled synthetic plies with steel wire helix
COVER: SBR, black, smooth
BRANDING: Jason logo 4418 Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction WP 150 PSI
10.35 BAR - Do Not Use with Refined Petroleum
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Flexible, resistant to abrasion and weathering
APPLICATION: Where full suction is required. Great for
applications handling crude oil, salt and fresh
water, tank bottoms and diesel fuels.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft. lengths
VACUUM RATING: All sizes full vacuum
PETROLEUM HOSE
PETROLEUM HOSE
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4418-0150-100
4418-0200-100
4418-0300-100
4418-0400-100
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
3
76.20
4 101.60
4419
in.
O.D. mm.
1.97 50.04
2.47 62.74
3.52 89.41
4.52 114.81
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.77
0.99
1.76
2.29
1.15
1.47
2.62
3.41
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
3.00
4.00
5.00
8.00
Stock
Item
76.20
101.60
127.00
203.20
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CRUDE OIL WASTE PIT SUCTION HOSE
CORRUGATED COVER
DO NOT USE WITH REFINED PETROLEUM
TUBE: Nitrile, ARPM Class C
REINFORCEMENT: Spiraled synthetic plies with steel wire helix
COVER: SBR, black, corrugated
BRANDING: Jason logo 4419 Crude Oil Waste Pit Suction WP 150 PSI
10.35 BAR - Do Not Use with Refined Petroleum
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Flexible, resistant to abrasion and weathering
APPLICATION: Where full suction is required. Great for
applications handling crude oil, salt and fresh
water, tank bottoms and diesel fuels.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft. lengths
VACUUM RATING: All sizes full vacuum
Part
Number
4419-0150-100
4419-0200-100
4419-0300-100
4419-0400-100
I.D.
in. mm.
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
3
76.20
4 101.60
in.
O.D. mm.
1.97 50.04
2.47 62.74
3.52 89.41
4.52 114.81
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.77
0.99
1.76
2.29
1.15
1.47
2.62
3.41
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
3.00
4.00
5.00
8.00
76.20
101.60
127.00
203.20
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MATERIAL HANDLING
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
MATERIAL HANDLING
HOSE
FOR THE TRANSFER OF BULK MATERIAL,
ABRASIVES, CONCRETE & CEMENT
Applications include the following:
l
For suction, discharge or gravity flow of abrasives from manufacturing, sandblast
recovery, mineral processing power plants and spill recovery.
l
Conveying hot air from blower to tank on bulk transport trucks.
l
Pneumatic discharge of dry powders, dry cement or other dry materials.
l
For applications using plaster, concrete and grout for dams, tunnels, swimming
pools, etc.
l
Conveying sand and cement to a mixing gun.
l
Conveying highly abrasive materials in sandblasting/cleaning and general
maintenance in construction, shipyards, power plants, steel mills, refineries and equipment rental.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
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4470
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
BULK MATERIAL SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: 1/4” pure gum rubber, tan color
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix and static wire
COVER: EPDM, fabric impression, corrugated, black
BRANDING: Jason logo 4470 Dry Bulk Suction WP XX PSI XX BAR
White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +180°F (+82°C)
FEATURES: Highly abrasion resistant 1/4” gum tube, flexible for tight
bends. Weather and ozone resistant. Static wire, when
properly grounded, dissipates static electricity
APPLICATION: For suction, discharge or gravity flow of abrasives
from manufacturing, sandblast recovery, mineral
processing power plants and spill recovery.
STANDARD LENGTHS: All sizes, 100 ft.; 6” and 8”, 50 ft.; 8”, 20 ft.
VACUUM RATING: All sizes full vacuum
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
in.
O.D. mm.
4470-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10 2.10 53.34
4470-0200-100
2
50.80 2.60 66.04
4470-0250-100 2-1/2 63.50 3.11 78.99
4470-0300-100
3 76.20 3.66 92.96
4470-0400-050
4 101.60 4.69 119.13
4470-0400-100
4 101.60 4.69 119.13
4470-0500-100
5 127.00 5.70 144.78
4470-0600-050
6 152.40 6.73 170.94
4470-0600-100
6 152.40 6.73 170.94
4470-0800-020
8 203.20 9.13 231.90
4470-0800-050
8 203.20 9.13 231.90
4425
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
60
60
1.11
1.30
1.65
2.25
2.93
2.93
3.83
5.00
5.00
10.05
10.05
5.17
5.17
5.17
5.17
5.17
5.17
5.17
5.17
5.17
4.14
4.14
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.65
1.93
2.46
3.35
4.36
4.36
5.70
7.44
7.44
14.96
14.96
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
4.00
12.00
17.00
18.00
24.00
24.00
33.00
32.00
32.00
32.00
40.00
101.60
304.80
431.80
457.20
609.60
609.60
838.20
812.80
812.80
812.80
1016.00
MATERIAL HANDLING
MATERIAL HANDLING
HOSE
Stock
Item
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HOT AIR BLOWER HOSE
TUBE: EPDM
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix
COVER: EPDM, fabric impression, brown
BRANDING: Jason logo 4425 Hot Air 325°F WP 50 PSI 3.4 BAR
White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: Intermittent to +350°F (+177°C)
FEATURES: High heat resistant tube, very flexible
APPLICATION: Used to convey hot air from blower to tank
on bulk transport trucks.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM RATING: All sizes full vacuum
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
in.
O.D. mm.
4425-0300-100
4425-0400-100
3 76.20
4 101.60
3.56 90.42
4.60 118.84
Rein.
Plies
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
50
50
3.45
3.45
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
1.93
2.65
2.87
3.94
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
5.50
7.00
139.70
177.80
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MATERIAL HANDLING
MATERIAL HANDLING
HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4322
4323
4324
1/8" TUBE DRY CEMENT, POWDER DISCHARGE HOSE
3/16" TUBE DRY CEMENT, POWDER DISCHARGE HOSE
1/4" TUBE DRY CEMENT, POWDER DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: NR/SBR blend, black, static dissipating
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric, 2-ply
COVER: SBR, fabric impression
BRANDING: Jason logo 4322, 4323 or 4324 Dry Bulk Discharge ID Tube WP 75 PSI 5.17 BAR White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Weather and ozone resistant cover, high abrasion
resistant tube which resists cutting and gouges.
Can be rolled for transport and storage.
APPLICATION: For pneumatic discharge of dry powders,
dry cement or other dry materials.
STANDARD LENGTHS: All sizes, 100 ft.
1/8” TUBE THICKNESS
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4322-0400-100
4322-0500-100
4
5
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Plies
101.60 4
.48 113.79
127.00 5.46 138.68
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
75
75
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
5.17
5.17
1.60
1.88
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
Stock
Item
2.38
2.80
40.00
50.00
1016.00
1270.00
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2.42
2.92
3.60
4.35
40.00
50.00
1016.00
1270.00
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3.23
3.80
4.81
5.65
40.00
50.00
1016.00
1270.00
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3/16” TUBE THICKNESS
4323-0400-100
4323-0500-100
4
5
101.60 4.68 118.87
127.00 5.68 144.27
2
2
75
75
5.17
5.17
1/4” TUBE THICKNESS
4324-0400-100
4324-0500-100
4428
4
5
101.60 4.84 122.94
127.00 5.84 148.34
2
2
75
75
5.17
5.17
PLASTER AND GROUT HOSE
TUBE: Polybutadiene blend
REINFORCEMENT: Multi-plies of synthetic textile with static wire
COVER: NR/SBR abrasion resistant
BRANDING: Jason logo 4428 Plaster Grout WP 800PSI 55.2 BAR
White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +158°F (+70°C)
FEATURES: Abrasion, ozone and weather resistant pin-pricked cover
APPLICATION: Used for spraying plaster, grout, sand and gypsum.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft. lengths
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Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4428-0125-100 1-1/4 31.75
4428-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10
4428-0200-100
2 50.80
4428-0250-100 2-1/2 63.50
O.D. in. mm.
1.89
2.20
2.76
3.31
48.00
56.00
70.00
84.00
Rein.
Plies
4
4
4
4
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
800
800
800
800
55.20
55.20
55.20
55.20
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.77
1.07
1.43
1.73
1.15
1.59
2.13
2.58
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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4310
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
GUNITE HOSE
TUBE: 1/4” thick pure gum rubber, tan color
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with static wire
COVER: EPDM, pin-pricked, tan
BRANDING: Jason logo 4310 Gunite 150 PSI 10.35 BAR
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Superior abrasion resistant 1/4” gum tube, flexible.
Cover is weather and abrasion resistant. The nonmarking cover allows for work around buildings
and pool tiles.
APPLICATION: For conveyance of sand and cement to mixing gun.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
in.
O.D. mm.
4310-0150-050 1-1/2 38.10
2.38
60.33
4310-0200-050
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
10.35
1.10
1.64
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
15.00
380.00
Stock
Item
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50.80
2.88
72.90
2
150
10.35
1.65
2.46
20.00
508.00
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4310-0250-050 2-1/2 63.50
3.88
98.30
2
150
10.35
2.30
3.42
25.00
635.00
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4312
2
Rein.
Plies
MATERIAL HANDLING
MATERIAL HANDLING
HOSE
2-PLY SANDBLAST HOSE
TUBE: SBR/NR blend, 1/4” thick, black, static dissipating
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: SBR/NR blend, pin-pricked
BRANDING: None
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Highly abrasion resistant tube to handle any blast grist.
Abrasion and weather resistant cover.
APPLICATION: For conveyance of highly abrasive materials in
sandblasting/cleaning and general maintenance
in construction, shipyards, power plants and
equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
in.
O.D. mm.
1.00
25.40
Rein.
Plies
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
4312-0050-050
1/2
12.70
4312-0051-050
1/2
12.70
1.06
26.99
2
150
10.35
0.33
0.49
5.00
127.00
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4312-0052-050
1/2
12.70
1.13
28.58
2
150
10.35
0.38
0.57
5.00
127.00
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4312-0075-050
3/4
19.05
1.50
38.10
2
150
10.35
0.60
0.89
7.50
190.00
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2
150
10.35
0.31
0.46
5.00
127.00
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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MATERIAL HANDLING
MATERIAL HANDLING
HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4313
LIGHTWEIGHT SANDBLAST HOSE
TUBE: SBR/NR blend, black, static dissipating
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: SBR/NR blend, black
BRANDING: Jason logo 4313 LW Blast 1-7/8” O.D. WP 150 PSI 10.35 BAR
White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Lighter in weight than standard sandblast hose, but
with the same high quality features. Utilizes couplings
or nozzle holders made to fit 1-7/8” O.D. hose.
APPLICATION: For the conveyance of highly abrasive materials
in sandblasting/cleaning operations.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. or 100 ft. lengths
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
4313-0125-050
4313-0125-100
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/4 31.75
4314
O.D. in. mm.
1.88
1.88
Rein.
Plies
47.63
47.63
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
10.35
10.35
0.83
0.83
1.24
1.24
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
10.00
10.00
254.00
254.00
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Item
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4-PLY SANDBLAST HOSE
TUBE: SBR/NR blend, 1/4” thick, black, static dissipating
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: SBR/NR blend, pin-pricked, black
BRANDING: Jason logo 4314 4-Ply Sandblast WP 150 PSI 10.35 BAR
White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Highly abrasion resistant tube to handle manufactured
coal slag, aluminum oxide or grit. Each O.D. is held to
strict tolerances for ideal coupling compatibility. (ARPM)
Cover is abrasion and weather resistant.
APPLICATION: For the conveyance of highly abrasive materials
in sandblasting/cleaning operations used in
construction, shipyards, steel mills and refineries.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. or 100 ft. lengths, 1", 1-1/4" and 1-1/2"
available in 200 ft. lengths
Part
Number
4314-0075-050
4314-0075-100
4314-0100-050
4314-0100-100
4314-0100-200
4314-0125-050
4314-0125-100
4314-0125-200
4314-0150-050
4314-0150-100
4314-0150-200
4314-0200-050
4314-0200-100
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I.D.
in. mm.
3/4 19.05
3/4 19.05
1
25.40
1
25.40
1
25.40
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/4 31.75
1-1/2 38.10
1-1/2 38.10
1-1/2 38.10
2
50.80
2
50.80
O.D. in. mm.
1.50 38.10
1.50 38.10
1.88 47.63
1.88 47.63
1.88 47.63
2.16 53.18
2.16 53.18
2.16 53.18
2.38 60.33
2.38 60.33
2.38 60.33
2.88 73.03
2.88 73.03
Rein.
Plies
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Max
PSI
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
W.P.
BAR
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.66
0.98
0.66
0.98
0.80
1.19
0.80
1.19
0.80
1.19
1.04
1.55
1.04
1.55
1.04
1.55
1.25
1.86
1.25
1.86
1.25
1.86
1.45
2.16
1.45
2.16
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
7.50
190.00
7.50
190.00
10.00
254.00
10.00
254.00
10.00
254.00
12.60
320.00
12.60
320.00
12.60
320.00
15.00
380.00
15.00
380.00
15.00
380.00
20.00
508.00
20.00
508.00
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
FOR THE TRANSFER OF WATER,
WASHDOWN JETTING & IRRIGATION
Applications include the following:
l
For suction, discharge or gravity flow of water in construction, mining, oil
exploration, agriculture, quarries and equipment rental.
l
For suction hydrofracking. Recycling or disposal of flowback water.
l
Conveys cooling water to furnace doors in steel mills, glass plants and similar
operations.
l
General purpose discharge in construction, agriculture and drip irrigation.
l
Used in general dewatering, pump discharge and draining.
l
Suction, discharge or gravity flow of salt water and mild diluted acids in
construction, agriculture, mining and equipment rental.
l
Municipal washdown or hydrant-to-truck water supply line. Used for ship/deck
washdown or fire brigade ship service.
l
For use in underground mining fire hose applications.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
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WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4450
RUBBER WATER SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: EPDM blend, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix
COVER: EPDM blend, fabric impression
BRANDING: Jason logo 4450 Water Suction WP XX PSI XX BAR
Yellow Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Resistant to water-based ag fertilizers and salt
water. Flexible and economical. Cover is weather
and ozone resistant.
APPLICATION: For suction, discharge or gravity flow of water
in construction, mining, oil exploration,
agriculture and equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1-1/4” to 5” I.D. 100 ft.; 6” I.D. 20 ft., 50 ft.
and 100 ft.; 8" I.D. 20 ft. and 50 ft.; 10” and
12” I.D., 20 ft. 2", 3" and 4" also available in 200 ft. lengths
VACUUM: Sizes 1-1/4” to 10” I.D., 28 in. Hg; Sizes 12” and 14” I.D., 25 in. Hg
Part
Number
4450-0125-100
4450-0150-100
4450-0200-100
4450-0200-200
4450-0250-100
4450-0300-100
4450-0300-200
4450-0400-100
4450-0400-200
4450-0500-100
4450-0600-020
4450-0600-050
4450-0600-100
4450-0800-020
4450-0800-050
4450-1000-020
4450-1200-020
4450-1400-020
4449
I.D.
O.D. in. mm.
in. mm.
1-1/4 31.75 1.70 43.18
1-1/2 38.10 1.96 49.78
2
50.80 2.49 63.25
2 50.80 2.49 63.25
2-1/2 63.50 2.99 75.95
3
76.20 3.50 88.90
3 76.20 3.50 88.90
4 101.60 4.53 115.06
4 101.60 4.53 115.06
5 127.00 5.68 144.27
6 152.40 6.54 166.12
6 152.40 6.54 166.12
6 152.40 6.54 166.12
8 203.20 8.79 223.27
8 203.20 8.79 223.27
10 254.00 10.91 277.11
12 304.80 12.91 327.91
14 355.60 15.13 384.20
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
150 10.35
100
6.89
100
6.89
75
5.17
75
5.17
45
3.10
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.75
1.12
0.80
1.19
1.11
1.65
1.11
1.65
1.75
2.60
2.24
3.33
2.24
3.33
2.79
4.15
2.79
4.15
3.25
4.84
5.75
8.56
5.75
8.56
5.75
8.56
6.59
9.81
6.59
9.81
10.25 15.25
13.50 20.09
16.75 24.93
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
6.00
152.40
6.50
165.10
8.00
203.20
8.00
203.20
10.00
254.00
12.00
304.80
12.00
304.80
18.00
457.20
18.00
457.20
26.00
660.40
31.00
787.40
31.00
787.40
31.00
787.40
42.00 1066.80
42.00 1066.80
50.00 1270.00
60.00 1524.00
72.00 1828.80
Stock
Item
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FRAC WATER SUCTION HOSE
TUBE & COVER: EPDM/SBR blend, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric with wire helix
BRANDING: Jason logo 4449 FRAC WATER SUCTION WP 75PSI 5.18 BAR
Red Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Cover is abrasion and weather resistant. Flexible and economical.
APPLICATION: For suction, recycling or disposal of flowback water.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
VACUUM: All sizes full vacuum
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Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
Rein.
Plies
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
4449-0200-100
2
50.80 2.40 60.96
2
75
5.17
0.97
1.44
8.00
203.20
4449-0300-100
3
86.11 3.39 88.90
2
75
5.17
1.52
2.26
12.00
304.80
4449-0400-100
4 101.60 4.41 112.01
2
75
5.17
2.12
3.15
18.00
457.20
4449-0600-100
6 152.40 6.57 167.00
2
75
5.17
4.68
6.98
31.00
787.40
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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4352
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
RUBBER 2-PLY WATER DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: SBR, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: SBR, fabric impression, black
BRANDING: Jason logo 4352 I.D. Water Discharge WP XX PSI XX BAR
Yellow Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
up for easy storage. Cover is weather and ozone resistant.
WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Ideal for standard working pressure, lays flat and rolls
APPLICATION: For general construction, mine water discharge,
equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1-1/2” to 6” I.D. 100 ft.; 8”, 10” and 12” I.D. 50 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in.
mm.
4352-0150-100
4352-0200-100
4352-0250-100
4352-0300-100
4352-0400-100
4352-0500-100
4352-0600-100
4352-0800-050
4352-1000-050
4352-1200-050
1-1/2 38.10 1.81
2
50.80 2.31
2-1/2 63.50 2.75
3
76.20 3.38
4 101.60 4.37
5 127.00 5.51
6 152.40 6.50
8 203.20 8.50
10 254.00 10.50
12 304.80 12.50
4354
Rein.
Plies
45.97
58.67
69.85
85.85
111.00
139.95
165.10
215.90
266.70
317.50
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
100
100
100
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
6.89
6.89
6.89
0.60
0.84
0.91
1.12
1.25
2.29
3.45
4.30
5.40
6.75
0.89
1.25
1.35
1.67
1.86
3.41
5.13
6.40
8.04
10.04
15.00
20.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
60.00
80.00
100.00
120.00
380.00
508.00
635.00
762.00
1016.00
1270.00
1524.00
2030.00
2540.00
3058.00
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RUBBER 4-PLY WATER DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: SBR, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: SBR, fabric impression, black
BRANDING: Jason logo 4354 I.D. Water Discharge WP XX PSI XX BAR
Yellow Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Ideal high pressure water discharge hose for rugged,
tough operating conditions. Cover is weather and ozone resistant.
APPLICATION: For water discharge in construction, mines and
quarries ,and heavy duty equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 1-1/2” to 6” I.D. 100 ft.; 8”, 10” and 12” I.D. 50 ft.
Part
Number
4354-0150-100
4354-0200-100
4354-0250-100
4354-0300-100
4354-0400-100
4354-0600-100
4354-0800-050
4354-1000-050
4354-1200-050
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in.
mm.
1-1/2 38.10 2.00 50.80
2
50.80 2.56 65.02
2-1/2 63.50 3.07 77.98
3
76.20 3.58 90.93
4 101.60 4.61 117.09
6 152.40 6.57 166.88
8 203.20 8.66 219.96
10 254.00 10.66 270.76
12 304.80 12.68 322.07
Rein.
Plies
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
250 17.24
250 17.24
250 17.24
225 15.51
200 13.79
150 10.34
125
8.62
125
8.62
125
8.62
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
0.83
1.11
1.24
1.50
1.85
3.90
5.25
6.29
7.83
15.00
20.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
60.00
80.00
100.00
120.00
1.24
1.65
1.85
2.23
2.75
5.80
7.81
9.36
11.65
380.00
508.00
635.00
762.00
1016.00
1524.00
2030.00
2540.00
3058.00
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4380
NON-CONDUCTIVE FURNACE DOOR HOSE
TUBE: EPDM, white, smooth, non-conductive
REINFORCEMENT: Synthetic fabric
COVER: Glass fiber ply impregnated with heat and flame-resistant
synthetic rubber.
BRANDING: None
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +266°F (+130°C)
Cover to +575°F (+302°C)
FEATURES: Superior heat resistant cover. Resists heat, open flame and
splashes of white hot metal to +575°F (+302°C).
APPLICATION: Conveys cooling water to furnace doors in steel mills,
glass plants and similar operations.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 100 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
O.D. in. mm.
4380-0050-100 1/2 12.70 0.91
4380-0075-100 3/4 19.05 1.19
4380-0100-100
1
25.40 1.38
4380-0125-100 1-1/4 31.75 1.75
4380-0150-100 1-1/2 38.10 2.00
4380-0200-100
2
50.80 2.53
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23.11
30.23
35.05
44.45
50.80
64.26
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
150
150
150
150
150
150
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
10.35
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.20
0.30
0.50
0.90
1.00
1.10
0.30
0.45
0.74
1.34
1.49
1.64
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
5.00
7.50
10.00
12.60
15.00
20.00
127.00
190.00
254.00
320.00
380.00
508.00
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
4502
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
BLUE PVC WATER DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: Blue PVC
REINFORCEMENT: Polyester yarn
COVER: Blue PVC
BRANDING: Jason logo WP XX (PSI) ID
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -14°F (-26°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Light and easy to handle; rolls flat for storage.
Homogeneous construction eliminates tube and
cover separation. Reinforced with polyester yarn,
both tube and cover are extruded simultaneously
to achieve maximum bonding.
APPLICATION: For general purpose water discharge in construction,
agriculture and drip irrigation.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 300 ft.; 1-1/2", 2” and 3” I.D. are also available in 50 ft. lengths
Part
Number
I.D.
Wall Thickness Rein.
in. mm.
in.
mm.
Plies
4502-1000 1
25.40
4502-1500 1-1/2 38.10
4502-1500-050 1-1/2 38.10
4502-2000 2
50.80
4502-2000-050
2
50.80
4502-2500
2-1/2 63.50
4502-3000 3
76.20
4502-3000-050 3
76.20
4502-4000 4 101.60
4502-6000
6 152.40
4502-8000 8 203.20
4502
0.056
0.056
0.056
0.056
0.056
0.060
0.062
0.062
0.062
0.077
0.089
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.52
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.96
2.26
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
85
85
85
85
85
75
70
70
70
50
45
0.10
0.21
0.21
0.25
0.25
0.29
0.39
0.39
0.60
1.15
1.20
5.86
5.86
5.86
5.86
5.86
5.17
4.83
4.83
4.83
3.45
3.10
0.15
0.31
0.31
0.37
0.37
0.43
0.58
0.58
0.89
1.71
1.79
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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BLUE PVC WATER DISCHARGE HOSE ASSEMBLIES
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
CUT  COUPLED  COILED  TIED
AB
Part Number
Coupling
ID x Length
4502-1500-050AB 1-1/2”AB Pin Lug (M x F)
4502-2000-050AB 2”AB Pin Lug (M x F)
4502-3000-050AB 3”AB Pin Lug (M x F)
CE
Max W.P.
PSI
BAR
Weight (Ea.)
lb./ft. KG/m
Stock
Item
1-1/2” x 50’
2” x 50’
3” x 50’
85
85
70
5.86
5.86
4.83
9
12
22
13.3
17.8
32.6
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4502-1500-050CE 1-1/2”Aluminum Cam Lock (C x E)
4502-2000-050CE 2”AL Cam Lock (C x E)
4502-3000-050CE 3”AL Cam Lock (C x E)
1-1/2” x 50’
2” x 50’
3” x 50’
85
85
70
5.86
5.86
4.83
9
12
22
13.3
17.8
32.6
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4502-1500-050CEP 1-1/2” Polypropylene Cam Lock (C x E)
4502-2000-050CEP 2” Polypropylene Cam Lock (C x E)
4502-3000-050CEP 3”Polypropylene Cam Lock (C x E)
1-1/2” x 50’
2” x 50’
3” x 50’
85
85
70
5.86
5.86
4.83
9
12
22
13.3
17.8
32.6
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WATER HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
WATER HOSE
4504
WINE RED PVC WATER DISCHARGE HOSE
MEDIUM DUTY
TUBE & COVER: Wine Red PVC
REINFORCEMENT: Polyester yarn
BRANDING: Jason logo ID WP XX (PSI)
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -14°F (-26°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Medium duty hose; rolls flat for storage. Homogeneous
construction eliminates tube and cover separation. Reinforced
with polyester yarn, both tube and cover are extruded
simultaneously to achieve maximum bonding.
APPLICATION: For general purpose water discharge in construction,
agriculture and drip irrigation.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 300 ft.
Part
Number
I.D.
Wall Thickness Rein.
in. mm.
in. mm.
Plies
300 FT.
4504-1500
1-1/2 38.10
4504-2000 2 50.80
4504-2500
2-1/2 63.50
4504-3000 3 76.20
4504-4000 4 101.60
4504-6000 6 152.40
4504-8000
8 203.20
4504
0.076 1.93
0.076 1.93
0.079 2.01
0.081 2.01
0.062 2.06
0.112 2.84
0.124 3.15
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
115
115
115
100
100
75
60
7.93
7.93
7.93
6.89
6.89
5.17
4.14
Weight
Min. Bend Radius
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
0.21
0.25
0.29
0.39
0.60
1.15
1.20
0.31
0.37
0.43
0.58
0.89
1.71
1.79
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Stock
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WINE RED PVC WATER DISCHARGE HOSE
ASSEMBLIES MEDIUM DUTY
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
CUT  COUPLED  COILED  TIED
Part Number
Coupling
ID x Length
Max W.P.
PSI
BAR
4504-2000-050AB 2”AB Pin Lug (M x F)
4504-3000-050AB 3”AB Pin Lug (M x F)
2” x 50’
3” x 50’
115
100
7.93
6.89
12
22
17.8
32.6
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2” x 50’
3” x 50’
115
100
7.93
6.89
12
22
17.8
32.6
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4504-2000-050CE 2”Aluminum Cam Lock (C x E)
4504-3000-050CE 3”Aluminum Cam Lock (C x E)
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CE
AB
Weight (Ea.)
lb./ft. KG/m
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
Stock
Item
5823
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
MAINSTREAM™ PRESSURE WASHER ASSEMBLIES
TUBE: Special synthetic rubber
REINFORCEMENT: 1 Wire Braid
COVER: Special synthetic rubber, oil, weather and abrasion resistant
BRANDING: Jason logo 3/8 Mainstream™ - Pressure Washer - 3000 PSI
MAX WP Not For Steam Service
WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F (-40°C) to +212°F (+100°C)
FEATURES: Handles working pressures up to 3,000 PSI. Can be used
with hot or cold water and mild detergents. Ergonomic
bend restrictors are included with each assembly. Available
in the popular 50' and 75' lengths.
APPLICATION: Used in clean-up applications for poultry plants, dairies, off-road equipment, paper mills, construction, homes and patios to name a few.
Part Number
Coupling
ID x Length
Max W.P.
PSI
BAR
Weight (Ea.) Stock
lb./ft. KG/m Item
5823-06-050 3/8" MNPT x 3/8" MSPT w/ Ergonomic
Bend Restrictor Each End
3/8” x 50’
3000
206.7
10.02 14.94
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5823-06-075 3/8" MNPT x 3/8" MSPT w/ Ergonomic
Bend Restrictor Each End
3/8” x 75’
3000
206.7
15.48 23.08
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4515
RED PVC WATER DISCHARGE HOSE
HEAVY DUTY
TUBE & COVER: Bright Red PVC
REINFORCEMENT: Polyester yarn
BRANDING: None
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -14°F (-26°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Homogeneous construction eliminates tube and cover
separation. Reinforced with polyester yarn. Both tube and
cover are extruded simultaneously to achieve maximum
bonding. Rolls flat for storage.
APPLICATION: For water discharge in construction, mining, agriculture
and heavy duty equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 300 ft.
Part
Number
in. I.D.
mm.
4515-1500
1-1/2 38.10
4515-2000 2
50.80
4515-2500
2-1/2 63.50
4515-3000 3
76.20
4515-4000 4 102.40
4515-6000 6
152.40
4515-8000
8 204.80
Wall Thickness
in.
mm.
0.090
0.090
0.098
0.098
0.110
0.111
0.111
2.29
2.29
2.49
2.49
2.79
2.82
2.82
Rein.
Plies
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
140
130
125
125
125
115
70
9.65
8.96
8.61
8.61
8.61
7.92
4.82
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.22
0.26
0.30
0.40
0.62
1.18
1.23
0.32
0.38
0.44
0.59
0.91
1.75
1.83
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4358
4359
NITRILE/PVC OIL RESISTANT DISCHARGE HOSE - YELLOW
NITRILE/PVC OIL RESISTANT DISCHARGE HOSE - BLACK
TUBE: NBR/PVC
REINFORCEMENT: N/A
COVER: NBR/PVC Ribbed - Yellow or Black
BRANDING: None
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°F (-29°C) to +210°F (+99°C)
FEATURES: Oil resistant tube and cover. Resists heat, cold,
abrasion, ozone and UV. Lightweight and flexible.
APPLICATION: For use in industrial washdown, irrigation,
general dewatering, pump discharge
and drainage.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. or 100 ft. Longer lengths
available upon request.
4358 SERIES
Part
Number
4358-0075-050
4358-0075-100
4358-0100-050
4358-0100-100
4358-0150-050
4358-0150-100
4358-0200-050
4358-0200-100
4358-0250-050
4358-0250-100
4358-0300-050
4358-0300-100
4358-0400-050
4358-0400-100
4358-0600-050
4358-0600-100
4358-0800-050
4358-0800-100
4359 SERIES
Part
Number
38
4359-0075-050
4359-0075-100
4359-0100-050
4359-0100-100
4359-0150-050
4359-0150-100
4359-0200-050
4359-0200-100
4359-0250-050
4359-0250-100
4359-0300-050
4359-0300-100
4359-0400-050
4359-0400-100
4359-0600-050
4359-0600-100
4359-0800-050
4359-0800-100
in. 3/4
3/4
1
1
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2
2-1/2
2-1/2
3
3
4
4
6
6
8
8
in. 3/4
3/4
1
1
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2
2-1/2
2-1/2
3
3
4
4
6
6
8
8
I.D.
Wall Thickness
mm.
in.
mm.
38.10
38.10
25.40
25.40
38.10
38.10
50.80
50.80
63.50
63.50
76.20
76.20
102.40
102.40
152.40
152.40
204.80
204.80
0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
I.D.
Wall Thickness
mm.
in.
mm.
38.10
38.10
25.40
25.40
38.10
38.10
50.80
50.80
63.50
63.50
76.20
76.20
102.40
102.40
152.40
152.40
204.80
204.80
0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.79
Rein.
Plies
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Rein.
Plies
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
200
200
150
150
150
150
0.10
0.10
0.14
0.14
0.26
0.26
0.34
0.34
0.47
0.47
0.65
0.65
0.83
0.83
1.60
1.60
2.30
2.30
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
0.15
0.15
0.21
0.21
0.39
0.39
0.51
0.51
0.70
0.70
0.97
0.97
1.24
1.24
2.39
2.39
3.43
3.43
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
200
200
150
150
150
150
0.10
0.10
0.14
0.14
0.26
0.26
0.34
0.34
0.47
0.47
0.65
0.65
0.83
0.83
1.60
1.60
2.30
2.30
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
0.15
0.15
0.21
0.21
0.39
0.39
0.51
0.51
0.70
0.70
0.97
0.97
1.24
1.24
2.39
2.39
3.43
3.43
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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4601
4615
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
GREEN PVC WATER SUCTION HOSE
CLEAR/WHITE HELIX PVC WATER SUCTION HOSE
TUBE: PVC, smooth, green or clear
REINFORCEMENT: PVC helix
COVER: PVC, smooth to lightly corrugated, green or clear
BRANDING: None
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -14°F (-26°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
FEATURES: Lightweight and flexible with a smooth tube.
WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
Use 4615 for visual flow inspection. Cover is
weather, ozone and UV resistant.
APPLICATION: Suction, discharge or gravity flow of water, salt
water and oily water in construction,
agriculture, mining or equipment rental.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 3/4" to 4" - 100 ft. lengths; 6" - 50 ft. lengths
VACUUM: Sizes 3/4” to 2” I.D., 28 in. Hg; Sizes 2-1/2” to 6” I.D., 26 in. Hg
GREEN
4601-0750
4601-1000
4601-1250
4601-1500
4601-2000
4601-2500
4601-3000
4601-4000
4601-6050
CLEAR
Part
Number
I.D.
in. mm.
Part
Number
4615-0750
4615-1000
4615-1250
4615-1500
4615-2000
4615-2500
4615-3000
4615-4000
4615-6050
in.
O.D. mm.
19.05
25.40
31.75
38.10
50.80
63.50
76.20
101.60
152.40
0.95
1.22
1.41
1.77
2.32
2.87
3.35
4.49
6.46
24.13
30.99
35.81
44.96
58.93
72.90
85.09
114.05
164.08
I.D.
in. mm.
in.
O.D. mm.
0.95
1.22
1.41
1.77
2.32
2.87
3.35
4.49
6.46
24.13
30.99
35.81
44.96
58.93
72.90
85.09
114.05
164.08
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
19.05
25.40
31.75
38.10
50.80
63.50
76.20
101.60
152.40
Rein.
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
Rein.
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
PVC Helix
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
100
100
100
100
100
80
75
60
50
6.89
6.89
6.89
6.89
6.89
5.52
5.17
4.14
3.45
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
100
100
100
100
100
80
75
60
50
6.89
6.89
6.89
6.89
6.89
5.52
5.17
4.14
3.45
Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
0.16
0.20
0.26
0.35
0.54
0.70
0.93
1.48
2.89
0.24
0.30
0.39
0.52
0.80
1.04
1.38
2.20
4.30
2.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
9.00
11.00
14.00
18.00
31.00
50.80
127.00
152.40
177.80
228.60
279.40
355.60
457.20
787.40
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Weight
Min. Bend Radius Stock
lb./ft. KG/m
in. mm
Item
0.16
0.20
0.26
0.35
0.54
0.70
0.93
1.48
2.89
0.24
0.30
0.39
0.52
0.80
1.04
1.38
2.20
4.30
2.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
9.00
11.00
14.00
18.00
31.00
50.80
127.00
152.40
177.80
228.60
279.40
355.60
457.20
787.40
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4703
HEAVY DUTY DJ MILL DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: SBR, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: N/A
COVER: 100% polyester double jacket
BRANDING: Service Pressure 300 PSI
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Double cover gives heavy duty abrasion resistance
and increased service pressure. Economical, rolls flat
for storage.
APPLICATION: Municipal washdown or hydrant-to-truck water
supply line. Heavy duty equipment/pump rental,
ship/deck washdown or fire brigade ship service.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. or 100 ft. lengths
Part
Number
I.D.
Cplng Bowl Rein. Serv. Press.
mm. in. mm. Plies PSI BAR
Test Press.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Min. Bend Rad.
in.
mm
Stock
Item
50 FT.
in.
4703-1500
4703-2000
4703-2500
1-1/2 38.10 1.94 46.04
2 50.80 2.50 58.74
2-1/2 63.50 2.81 71.44
n/a
n/a
n/a
300 20.68
300 20.68
300 20.68
600
600
600
41.36
41.36
41.36
0.26
0.33
0.45
0.39
0.49
0.67
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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100 FT.
4703-1501
4703-2001
4703-2501
1-1/2 38.10 1.94 46.04
2 50.80 2.50 58.74
2-1/2 63.50 2.81 71.44
n/a
n/a
n/a
300 20.68
300 20.68
300 20.68
600
600
600
41.36
41.36
41.36
0.26
0.33
0.45
0.39
0.49
0.67
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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4703
HEAVY DUTY DJ MILL DISCHARGE ASSEMBLIES
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
Couplings are internally expanded, aluminum, hardcoated
NPS or NST Male x Female rocker lug.
CUT  COUPLED  COILED  TIED
NOTE: Assembly is rated at 150 PSI
Part
Number
4703-1500-050ERNPS
4703-1500-050ERNST
4703-2000-050ERNPS
4703-2500-050ERNPS
4703-2500-050ERNST
in.
I.D.
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
2-1/2
mm.
38.10
38.10
50.80
63.50
63.50
Thread
NPS
NST
NPS
NPS
NST
Weight
(lb/ft.)
(kg/m)
15.00
15.00
20.00
25.00
25.00
22.32
22.32
29.76
37.20
37.20
Stock
Item ()
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Replacement washers (HW Series) can be found on page 67.
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We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
4705
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
MUNICIPAL GRADE SJ MILL DISCHARGE HOSE
TUBE: SBR, smooth
REINFORCEMENT: N/A
COVER: 100% polyester single jacket
BRANDING: I.D. SJ Mill WP XX (PSI) XX (BAR)
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: Heavy-duty synthetic cover for better abrasion resistance
WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
and abuse. Higher working pressures.
APPLICATION: For water discharge service in rental yards, fleet
service, municipal washdown, utility dewatering.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. or 100 ft.
Part
Number
4705-0150-050
4705-0150-100
4705-0200-050
4705-0200-100
4705-0250-050
4705-0250-100
4705-0300-050
4705-0300-100
4705-0400-050
4705-0400-100
4705-0600-050
4705-0600-100
I.D.
Cplng Bowl
in. mm.
in. mm.
1-1/2 38.10 1.81 46.04
1-1/2 38.10 1.81 46.04
2 50.80 2.31 58.74
2 50.80 2.31 58.74
2-1/2 63.50 2.81 71.44
2-1/2 63.50 2.81 71.44
3 76.20 3.38 85.73
3 76.20 3.38 85.73
4 101.60 4.38 111.13
4 101.60 4.38 111.13
6 152.40 6.38 161.93
6 152.40 6.38 161.93
Rein.
Plies
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
W.P.
PSI BAR
230 15.86
230 15.86
230 15.86
230 15.86
200 13.79
200 13.79
200 13.79
200 13.79
200 13.79
200 13.79
200 13.79
200 13.79
Burst
PSI
345
345
345
345
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
Press.
Weight
BAR lb./ft. KG/m
23.79 0.23 0.34
23.79 0.23 0.34
23.79 0.28 0.42
23.79 0.28 0.42
20.68 0.39 0.58
20.68 0.39 0.58
20.68 0.50 0.74
20.68 0.50 0.74
20.68 0.66 0.98
20.68 0.66 0.98
20.68 1.00 1.49
20.68 1.00 1.49
Min. Bend Rad. Stock
in.
mm
Item
n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a
4705 MUNICIPAL GRADE SJ MILL DISCHARGE ASSEMBLIES
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft.
CUT  COUPLED  COILED  TIED
NOTE: Assembly is rated at 150 PSI
Replacement washers (HW Series) can be
found on page 67.
AB
CE
Part
Number
Description
I.D. x
Length
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
Stock
Item
4705-0150-050AB
4705-0200-050AB
4705-0300-050AB
CPLD M x F AB Pin Lug w/5/8" Bands
CPLD M x F AB Pin Lug w/5/8" Bands
CPLD M x F AB Pin Lug w/5/8" Bands
1-1/2" x 50'
2" x 50'
3" x 50'
230
230
200
15.86
15.86
15.86
8
12
22
11.9
17.8
32.8
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4705-0150-050CE
4705-0200-050CE
4705-0300-050CE
CPLD M x F 1-1/2" AL Cam Lock (C x E) 1-1/2" x 50'
CPLD M x F 2" AL Cam Lock (C x E)
2" x 50'
CPLD M x F 3" AL Cam Lock (C x E)
3" x 50'
230
230
200
15.86
15.86
15.86
8
12
22
11.9
17.8
32.8
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4705-0150-050ERNPS CPLD ER NPSH Anodized Aluminum
4705-0250-050ERNPS CPLD ER NPSH Anodized Aluminum
1-1/2" x 50'
2-1/2" x 50'
230
200
15.86
13.79
8
17
11.9
25.3
4705-0150-050ERNST CPLD ER NST Anodized Aluminum
4705-0250-050ERNST CPLD ER NST Anodized Aluminum
1-1/2" x 50'
2-1/2" x 50'
230
200
15.86
13.79
8
17
11.9
25.3
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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WATER HOSE
WATER HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4735
MSHA FIRE HOSE
TUBE: CR
REINFORCEMENT: N/A
COVER: Polyester
BRANDING: Jason logo 300 PSI Test, MSHA # 18-FHA08001
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°F (-32°C) to +185°F (+85°C)
FEATURES: 100% polyester jacket, free from defects, twists, knots and irregularities. Couplings are anodized aluminum
M x F expansion ring with rocker lugs. Hose is fire
resistant to MSHA 18-FHA08001.
APPLICATION: Underground mining fire hose
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 ft. and 100 ft.
Part
Number
in.
I.D.
Coupling Rein.
mm. Description Plies
4735-0150-050ERNPS 1-1/2 38.10 NPS EXP Ring
4735-0150-050ERNST 1-1/2 38.10 NST EXP Ring
4735-0150-100ERNPS 1-1/2 38.10 NPS EXP Ring
4735-0150-100ERNST 1-1/2 38.10 NST EXP Ring
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n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Serv. Press. Test Press.
Weight
Min. Bend Rad. Stock
PSI BAR
PSI BAR lb./ft. KG/m in.
mm
Item
300 20.68
300 20.68
300 20.68
300 20.68
900
900
900
900
62.04
62.04
62.04
62.04
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.34
0.34
0.34
0.34
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
SPRAY HOSE
SPRAY HOSE
FOR DUST CONTROL IN
UNDERGROUND MINING
Applications include the following:
l
For dust control in underground water spray operations.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
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SPRAY HOSE
4182
MSHA MINE SPRAY HOSE
TUBE: SBR, smooth, black
REINFORCEMENT: Two steel wire plies
COVER: CR, fabric impression, pin-pricked, yellow
BRANDING: Jason logo 4182 Mine Spray MSHA IC-215/0
1000 PSI WP 69 BAR
Black Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: 0°F (-18°C) to +200°F (+93°C)
FEATURES: Visible yellow color, flame retardant
APPLICATION: For dust control in underground water spray
operations.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 and 100 ft.
Part
Number
4182-0075-050
4182-0075-100
4182-0100-050
4182-0100-100
4182-0125-050
4182-0125-100
4182-0150-050
4182-0150-100
4182-0200-050
4182-0200-100
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SPRAY HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
I.D.
in. mm.
3/4
3/4
1
1
1-1/4
1-1/4
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2
O.D. in. mm.
19.05 1.22 30.99
19.05 1.22 30.99
25.40 1.49 37.85
25.40 1.49 37.85
31.75 1.81 45.97
31.75 1.81 45.97
38.10 2.04 51.82
38.10 2.04 51.82
50.80 2.60 66.04
50.80 2.60 66.04
Rein.
Plies
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
68.95
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.60
0.60
0.80
0.80
1.05
1.05
1.24
1.24
1.80
1.80
0.89
0.89
1.19
1.19
1.56
1.56
1.85
1.85
2.68
2.68
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
8.30
8.30
11.00
11.00
14.00
14.00
16.50
16.50
22.00
22.00
210.00
210.00
280.00
280.00
355.00
355.00
420.00
420.00
560.00
560.00
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
STEAM HOSE
STEAM HOSE
FOR THE TRANSFER OF
SATURATED STEAM
Applications include the following:
l
For conveying steam in chemical/petroleum, food, lumber, pulp and processing
industries.
l
For use in severe environmental conditions, such as refineries, chemical plants and
shipyards to convey steam.
Hoses are constantly being upgraded. Jason Industrial reserves the right to make
changes in construction without prior notice.
45
STEAM HOSE
STEAM HOSE
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
4815
EPDM STEAM HOSE
TUBE: EPDM, black
REINFORCEMENT: Steel wire
COVER: EPDM, black, pin-pricked, fabric impression
BRANDING: Jason logo 4815 EPDM WP 250 PSI 17.25 BAR
DRAIN AFTER USE. Reverse White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
TEMPERATURE RANGE: To +450°F (+232°C)
FEATURES: High working pressure and high temperature rating.
Cover is pin-pricked to allow venting to eliminate
blistering and cover separation. Cover is also weather
and ozone resistant.
APPLICATION: Convenyance of steam in chemical/petroleum, food,
lumber, pulp, processing industries.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 and 100 ft.
Part
Number
4815-0050-050
4815-0050-100
4815-0075-050
4815-0075-100
4815-0100-050
4815-0100-100
4815-0125-050
4815-0125-100
4815-0150-050
4815-0150-100
4815-0200-050
4815-0200-100
4815-0300-050
4815-0300-100
I.D.
in. mm.
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
1-1/4
1-1/4
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2
3
3
12.70
12.70
19.05
19.05
25.40
25.40
31.75
31.75
38.10
38.10
50.80
50.80
76.20
76.20
O.D. in. mm.
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.50
1.50
1.81
1.81
2.13
2.13
2.64
2.64
3.81
3.81
25.40
25.40
31.75
31.75
38.10
38.10
46.04
46.04
54.61
54.61
67.07
67.07
96.84
96.84
Rein.
Spirals
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
17.25
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.40
0.40
0.51
0.51
0.67
0.67
0.87
0.87
1.11
1.11
1.80
1.80
3.17
3.17
0.60
0.60
0.76
0.76
1.00
1.00
1.29
1.29
1.65
1.65
2.68
2.68
4.72
4.72
Min. Bend Radius
in. mm
5.90
5.90
8.30
8.30
11.00
11.00
14.00
14.00
16.50
16.50
22.00
22.00
30.00
30.00
150.00
150.00
210.00
210.00
280.00
280.00
355.00
355.00
420.00
420.00
560.00
560.00
762.00
762.00
WARNING: Do Not Use Universal Couplings with Steam Hose.
46
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
Stock
Item
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4818
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
BROMOBUTYL STEAM HOSE
TUBE: Bromobutyl, black
REINFORCEMENT: Steel wire
COVER: EPDM, red, pin-pricked
BRANDING: Jason logo 4818 Steam BIIR WP 250 PSI 17.24 BAR
DRAIN AFTER USE. White Mylar Longitudinal Stripe
STEAM HOSE
STEAM HOSE
TEMPERATURE RANGE: To +450°F (+232°C)
FEATURES: Withstands saturated and super-heated steam. Cover is
pin-pricked, weather and ozone resistant. Has same
characteristics as Chlorobutyl.
APPLICATION: Used in severe environmental conditions such as
refineries, chemical plants and shipyards to convey steam.
STANDARD LENGTHS: 50 and 100 ft.
Part
Number
4818-0050-050
4818-0050-100
4818-0075-050
4818-0075-100
4818-0100-050
4818-0100-100
I.D.
in. mm.
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
12.70
12.70
19.05
19.05
25.40
25.40
in.
O.D. mm.
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.50
1.50
25.40
25.40
31.75
31.75
38.10
38.10
Rein.
Spirals
2
2
2
2
2
2
Max W.P.
PSI BAR
250
250
250
250
250
250
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
17.24
Weight
lb./ft. KG/m
0.40
0.40
0.51
0.51
0.67
0.67
0.60
0.60
0.76
0.76
1.00
1.00
Min. Bend Radius Stock
in. mm
Item
5.90
5.90
8.30
8.30
11.00
11.00
150.00
150.00
210.00
210.00
280.00
280.00
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WARNING: Do Not Use Universal Couplings with Steam Hose.
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
47
SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
FOR USE ON CONVEYORS, SNOW PLOW
BLADES & CHUTE LINING
Applications include the following:
48
l
Used as a conveyor skirtboard or belt wiper.
l
For mounting pads, sealing strips, flapping or general construction and industrial use
where abrasion resistance is important.
l
For sand and shot blast curtains, scraper stock, bumper stock and chute lining.
l
For street sweepers, snow plow blades and general industrial padding and gasketing.
6341
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
SQUARE EDGE
 Abrasion and Weather Resistant
 55-60 Durometer
 1,000 PSI Tensile Strength, 300% Elongation
 Cut Widths (Not Extruded)
 Use with conveyor belt or as chute lining
 Temperature Range: -20°F (-29°C) to +180°F (+83°C)
PART
GAUGE
WIDTH
NUMBER
(in.) (mm.)
(in.)
(mm.)
6341-0803
6341-0804
6341-0805
6341-0806
6341-0807
6341-0808
6341-0810
6341-0812
6341-0848
1/4"6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
1/4"
6.35
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
12
48
6341-1203
6341-1204
6341-1205
6341-1206
6341-1207
6341-1208
6341-1210
6341-1212
6341-1248
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
6341-1603
6341-1604
6341-1605
6341-1606
6341-1607
6341-1608
6341-1610
6341-1612
6341-1648
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/4"
6341-2403
6341-2404
6341-2405
6341-2406
6341-2407
6341-2408
6341-2410
6341-2412
6341-2448
6341-3203
6341-3204
6341-3205
6341-3206
6341-3207
6341-3208
6341-3210
6341-3212
6341-3248
ROLL
LENGTH
(ft.)
(M)
WEIGHT
50 FT. ROLL
(lbs.)
STOCK
ITEM
76.20
101.60
127.00
152.40
177.80
203.20
254.00
304.80
1219.20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
19
25
32
36
45
48
64
85
388
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







3
4
5
6
7
8
10
12
48
76.20
101.60
127.00
152.40
177.80
203.20
254.00
304.80
1219.20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
35
46
58
73
81
82
115
136
580
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







12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
12
48
76.20
101.60
127.00
152.40
177.80
203.20
254.00
304.80
1219.20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
45
60
75
97
105
109
150
158
760
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

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3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
19.05
19.05
19.05
19.05
19.05
19.05
19.05
19.05
19.05
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
12
48
76.20
101.60
127.00
152.40
177.80
203.20
254.00
304.80
1219.20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
93
124
155
186
217
248
272
372
1100
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
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1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
25.40
25.40
25.40
25.40
25.40
25.40
25.40
25.40
25.40
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
12
48
76.20
101.60
127.00
152.40
177.80
203.20
254.00
304.80
1219.20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
110
146
183
219
256
292
365
438
1524
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SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
6340
SKIRTBOARD RUBBER
6340 Beveled
Edge at 45°
Angle
BEVELED EDGE
 Abrasion and Weather Resistant
 55-60 Durometer
 1,000 PSI Tensile Strength, 300% Elongation
 Cut Widths (Not Extruded)
 Use with conveyor belt for fine material
 Temperature Range: -20°F (-29°C) to +180°F (+83°C)
PART
GAUGE
WIDTH
NUMBER
(in.) (mm.)
(in.)
(mm.)
50
ROLL
LENGTH
(ft.)
(M)
WEIGHT
50 FT. ROLL
(lbs.)
STOCK
ITEM
6340-1204
6340-1205
6340-1206
6340-1208
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53
4
5
6
8
101.60
127.00
152.40
203.20
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
46
58
73
82
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6340-1604
6340-1605
6340-1606
6340-1608
6340-1610
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
4
5
6
8
10
101.60
127.00
152.40
203.20
254.00
50
50
50
50
50
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
15.24
60
75
97
109
150
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All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
The value of a hose is enhanced by the proper selection of couplings.
COUPLINGS & ACCESSORIES
COUPLINGS &
ACCESSORIES
Couplings attach to the end of the hose to facilitate connection to a pressure source. In order to make
the transition successful, the coupling termination must provide a leak-proof seal and the hose/coupling
interface must be properly matched.
SAFETY WARNING - Because the hose/coupling interface is critical to the hose assembly performance,
always follow the specific instructions of the hose and coupling manufacturers regarding the match of
hose/fittings and assembly procedures. Trained personnel using proper tools and procedures should
make the hose assemblies. Failure to follow the manufacturers' instructions or failure to use trained
personnel might be dangerous and could result in damage to property and serious bodily injury.
Jason offers a wide range of couplings & accessories that complement the hose line and the markets
they serve.
COUPLINGS INCLUDE:
l
Crimp Cam and Groove Couplings
Crimp Combination Nipples
l Sleeves
l Ferrules
l
Standard Cam and Groove Couplings
l Anti-Leak C & G Couplings
l Reducing C & G Couplings
l Tank Truck API Adapters, Caps & Couplers
l
Universal Couplings
l
Ground Joint Couplings
l
Sandblast Hose Couplings
l
Locking Lever Pump Couplings
l
Combination Hose Nipples
l
ACCESSORIES INCLUDE:
l
Clamps - Interlocking & Double Bolt
l
Brass Ball Valves
l
Foot Valves
l
Nozzles
l
Wrenches
l
Strainers for Water Suction Hose
l
Strainers for Oil & Gas Drilling
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Sight Glasses
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CRIMP PRODUCTS
CRIMP COUPLINGS,
FERRULES & SLEEVES
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JASON CRIMP METHODOLOGY
This section of the catalog will introduce you to the "New Jason Crimp Methodology" for
industrial hose and couplings. We believe that crimping offers a far superior assembly method for
the following reasons:
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There is more retention along the shank
or barb. More retention means a
significant decrease in possible leaks.
l
Provides a much higher safety factor
than what bands can provide.
l
No sharp edges. Banded assemblies can
have four or more sharp edges that
create the possibility that the assembler
could be hurt.
l
A crimped ferrule or sleeve has smooth
edges which make it safe to handle and
a better look to the overall assembly.
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The shank lengths of our cam and
groove fittings are a match with the
sleeves and ferrules. This creates better
retention than banded or swaged
assemblies and helps to avoid damage
to the tube and/or cover.
Please do not mix Jason Industrial couplings with other products. We
cannot recommend working pressures or crimp specifications for nonJason parts. Please follow the safety recommendations as published in
the NAHAD Industrial Hose Assembly Specification Guidelines.
We recommend that you refer to the NAHAD Industrial Hose Assembly Specification Guidelines for
industry-accepted practices for assembling hoses and couplings, which include hydrostatic testing.
Please note that Jason couplings, ferrules and sleeves are designed to work together.
Please do not mix and match with other products.
RECOMMENDED WORKING PRESSURES
Size
1-1/2"
Combination Nipples
Sleeve
Ferrule
Cam & Groove
Sleeve
Ferrule
300
350
250
250
2"
250
300
250
250
3"
200
300
125
150
4"
175
300
110
150
Working pressures are given in pounds per square inch (PSI) at 70°F ambient temperature.
PLEASE NOTE: The working pressure of an assembly is equal to the component with the least
working pressure.
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We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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CAM & GROOVE CRIMP COUPLINGS
All Cam & Groove Fittings are Aluminum
PART C
FEMALE COUPLER x HOSE SHANK
Female end fits male adapter or Dust Plug. Shank fits into hose ID. Bowl has recess for washer replacement.
Part
Number
Size
(in.)
C150AC
C200AC
C250AC
C300AC
C400AC
C600AC
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
Shank O.D.
Serrations
Stem OD
(in.)
(mm)
(in.)
(mm)
PART E
1.535
2.027
2.527
3.031
4.035
6.047
39.0
51.5
64.2
77.0
102.5
153.6
CRIMP PRODUCTS
CRIMP COUPLINGS,
FERRULES & SLEEVES
10
12
15
14
15
22
1.54
39.0
2.03
51.5
2.53
64.2
3.03
77.0
4.04 102.5
6.05 153.6
MALE ADAPTER x HOSE SHANK
Male end fits female coupler or Dust Cap. Shank fits into hose ID.
Part
Number
Size
(in.)
E150AC
E200AC
E250AC
E300AC
E400AC
E600AC
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
Shank O.D.
Serrations
(in.)
(mm)
1.535
2.027
2.527
3.031
4.035
6.047
39.0
51.5
64.2
77.0
102.5
153.6
10
12
15
14
15
22
Stem OD
(in.)
(mm)
1.54
39.0
2.03
51.5
2.53
64.2
3.03
77.0
4.04 102.5
6.05 153.6
COMBINATION HOSE NIPPLES
MALE ADAPTER x HOSE SHANK
Combination Nipples are used in a variety of fluid applications. End (male) threads are NPT
Will mate with Foot Valves, Strainers, Cam & Groove Part A & D, etc. and are the same size as the shank.
Part
Number
Size
(in.)
Stem OD
(in.)
(mm)
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
1.54
2.03
2.53
3.03
4.04
6.05
CN150PC
CN200PC
CN250PC
CN300PC
CN400PC
CN600PC
39.0
51.5
64.2
77.0
102.5
153.6
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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CRIMP COUPLINGS,
FERRULES & SLEEVES
Jason Ferrules and Sleeves are designed to be used with Jason Combination Hose Nipples and
the Part "C" and "E" Cam & Groove fittings (crimp style only). For crimp O.D.'s, please refer to
pages 57 to 59.
Working pressures are determined by the type of hose and coupling used in the application.
DO NOT mix with other products.
*Please Note - for any hose with a natural rubber tube, we recommend using a ferrule only. During
the crimping process, couplings have a tendency to be squeezed out of proper crimp position if a
crimp sleeve is being used.
CRIMP FERRULES (Plated Steel)
Warning - Do not use in steam applications
NOMENCLATURE
Ferrule Part Number
212F20P
212 = 2-12/16" Ferrule I.D.
F = Ferrule
20 = 2" Hose I.D.
P = Plated Steel
PLATED STEEL
Hose Size Part No. Ferrule I.D.
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
115F15P
200F15P
201F15P
202F15P
203F15P
204F15P
205F15P
206F15P
208F20P
209F20P
210F20P
211F20P
212F20P
213F20P
1-15/16"
2"
2-1/16"
2-2/16"
2-3/16"
2-4/16"
2-5/16"
2-6/16"
2-8/16"
2-9/16"
2-10/16"
2-11/16"
2-12/16"
2-13/16"
STAINLESS STEEL*
Hose Size Part No. Ferrule I.D.
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1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
115F15S
200F15S
201F15S
202F15S
203F15S
204F15S
205F15S
206F15S
208F20S
209F20S
210F20S
211F20S
212F20S
213F20S
1-15/16"
2"
2-1/16"
2-2/16"
2-3/16"
2-4/16"
2-5/16"
2-6/16"
2-8/16"
2-9/16"
2-10/16"
2-11/16"
2-12/16"
2-13/16"
Hose Size Part No. Ferrule I.D.
2"
2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
214F20P
215F20P
302F25P
303F25P
304F25P
305F25P
307F25P
308F30P
309F30P
310F30P
311F30P
312F30P
313F30P
314F30P
2-14/16"
2-15/16"
3-2/16"
3-3/16"
3-4/16"
3-5/16"
3-7/16"
3-8/16"
3-9/16"
3-10/16"
3-11/16"
3-12/16"
3-13/16"
3-14/16"
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
6"
Hose Size Part No. Ferrule I.D.
2"
2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
214F20S
215F20S
302F25S
303F25S
304F25S
305F25S
307F25S
308F30S
309F30S
310F30S
311F30S
312F30S
313F30S
314F30S
*Consult Jason Industrial customer service for availability.
2-14/16"
2-15/16"
3-2/16"
3-3/16"
3-4/16"
3-5/16"
3-7/16"
3-8/16"
3-9/16"
3-10/16"
3-11/16"
3-12/16"
3-13/16"
3-14/16"
Hose Size Part No. Ferrule I.D.
315F30P
400F30P
409F40P
410F40P
411F40P
412F40P
413F40P
414F40P
415F40P
500F40P
610F60P
614F60P
702F60P
706F60P
3-15/16"
4"
4-9/16"
4-10/16"
4-11/16"
4-12/16"
4-13/16"
4-14/16"
4-15/16"
5"
6-10/16"
6-14/16"
7-2/16"
7-6/16"
Hose Size Part No. Ferrule I.D.
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
6"
315F30S
400F30S
409F40S
410F40S
411F40S
412F40S
413F40S
414F40S
415F40S
500F40S
610F60S
614F60S
702F60S
706F60S
3-15/16"
4"
4-9/16"
4-10/16"
4-11/16"
4-12/16"
4-13/16"
4-14/16"
4-15/16"
5"
6-10/16"
6-14/16"
7-2/16"
7-6/16"
See Page 55 for Ferrule/Sleeve Wall Thickness
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
CRIMP SLEEVES
(Plated Steel)
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
NOMENCLATURE
Ferrule Part Number = 305S25P
Warning - Do not use in
steam applications
305 = 3-5/16" Sleeve I.D.
S = Sleeve
25 = 2-1/2" Hose I.D.
P = Plated Steel
CRIMP SLEEVES
(Aluminum)*
CRIMP PRODUCTS
CRIMP COUPLINGS,
FERRULES & SLEEVES
Warning - Do not use in
steam applications
PLATED STEEL
Hose Size Part No. Sleeve I.D.
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
115S15P
200S15P
201S15P
202S15P
203S15P
204S15P
205S15P
206S15P
208S20P
209S20P
210S20P
211S20P
212S20P
213S20P
1-15/16"
2"
2-1/16"
2-2/16"
2-3/16"
2-4/16"
2-5/16"
2-6/16"
2-8/16"
2-9/16"
2-10/16"
2-11/16"
2-12/16"
2-13/16"
ALUMINUM*
Hose Size Part No. Sleeve I.D.
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
3"
3"
207S20A
208S20A
209S20A
210S20A
211S20A
212S20A
213S20A
214S20A
215S20A
300S20A
308S30A
309S30A
2-7/16"
2-8/16"
2-9/16"
2-10/16"
2-11/16"
2-12/16"
2-13/16"
2-14/16"
2-15/16"
3"
3-8/16"
3-9/16"
Hose Size Part No. Sleeve I.D.
2"
2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
2-1/2"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
214S20P
215S20P
302S25P
303S25P
304S25P
305S25P
307S25P
308S30P
309S30P
310S30P
311S30P
312S30P
313S30P
314S30P
2-14/16"
2-15/16"
3-2/16"
3-3/16"
3-4/16"
3-5/16"
3-7/16"
3-8/16"
3-9/16"
3-10/16"
3-11/16"
3-12/16"
3-13/16"
3-14/16"
Hose Size Part No. Sleeve I.D.
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
310S30A
311S30A
312S30A
313S30A
314S30A
315S30A
400S30A
401S30A
409S40A
410S40A
411S40A
3-10/16"
3-11/16"
3-12/16"
3-13/16"
3-14/16"
3-15/16"
4"
4-1/16"
4-9/16"
4-10/16"
4-11/16"
Hose Size Part No. Sleeve I.D.
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
6"
315S30P
400S30P
409S40P
410S40P
411S40P
412S40P
413S40P
414S40P
415S40P
500S40P
610S60P
614S60P
702S60P
706S60P
3-15/16"
4"
4-9/16"
4-10/16"
4-11/16"
4-12/16"
4-13/16"
4-14/16"
4-15/16"
5"
6-10/16"
6-14/16"
7-2/16"
7-6/16"
Hose Size Part No. Sleeve I.D.
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
6"
412S40A
413S40A
414S40A
415S40A
500S40A
501S40A
502S40A
608S60A
610S60A
612S60A
614S60A
4-12/16"
4-13/16"
4-14/16"
4-15/16"
5"
5-1/16"
5-2/16"
6-8/16"
6-10/16"
6-12/16"
6-14/16"
*Consult Jason Industrial customer service for availability.
FERRULE OR SLEEVE
WALL THICKNESS
Hose
ID
Sleeve or Ferrule Wall
(in.)
(mm)
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
6"
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.09
0.09
0.12
1.52
1.52
1.52
2.29
2.29
3.05
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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CRIMPING
SPECIFICATIONS
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE RECOMMENDATIONS
The following three pages will list the crimp OD's for 1-1/2" to 6" ID hoses. These crimp OD's are
guides only. We recommend that you accurately measure the dimensions of each hose, test each
assembly and document everything.
It is difficult to establish ironclad standards because of the many variables in hose construction.
Hardwall versus softwall construction, corrugated versus smooth cover and differing compounds all
play a part in the difficulty of establishing crimp-specific OD's.
Once again, do not mix other manufacturer's products (hose, ferrule, sleeve or coupling) with Jason
Industrial products.
Before doing any assembly work, please do the following steps:
1. Make sure each hose end is cut square. Clean any debris from the tube interior.
2. Before the coupling is installed, check for any burrs or sharp edges. This will make the
coupling insertion easier and prevent inner tube damage.
3. This next step is vital! Measure the wall thickness in at least three different locations on
each end. Take the average of the measurements to determine the wall thickness for
that end.
a. Never try to enlarge the tube to make it easier to insert the coupling - this could result in tearing the tube. Lubrication should only be used if necessary.
b. There is no need to buff the cover of the hose.
4. The fitting shank should be inserted into the hose to where the last serration is covered.
Inserting past this point does not help hose/coupling retention. Do not insert hose against
the stop on cam & groove parts C & E. The hose will extrude during the crimping process
and will fill in that space.
5. Check the charts on the next three pages for the hose ID and find the correct crimp OD.
6. If a static charge needs to be maintained, then bend the helical wires inside the hose tube.
Slide the sleeve or ferrule onto the hose. Insert the shank and complete the assembly.
7. In petroleum tank truck applications, it is recommended that the ends be sealed. After crimping, the ends will be exposed and will require a chloroprene cement to accomplish
the seal.
8. Jason Industrial recommends that ferrules ONLY be used when crimping a hose with a
natural rubber tube. These hoses have a tendency to squeeze out of the fitting during the
crimping process.
9. Each assembly should be hydrostatically tested to two times the working pressure, unless otherwise specified by the customer. Otherwise, please refer to the NAHAD Assembly Guidelines industry-accepted guidelines for hose assembly practices.
10. Non-sparking materials like brass or aluminum should be used if the assembly is
conveying flammable liquids.
Please do not mix Jason Industrial couplings with other products. We cannot recommend working pressures or crimp specifications for
non-Jason parts. Please follow the safety recommendations as published in the NAHAD Industrial Hose Assembly Specification Guidelines.
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CRIMPING SPECIFICATIONS
Hose I.D.
(in.)
(mm)
1 1/2
38.10
Ferrule/
Sleeve
Part No.
115F15P
115S15P
Ferrule/
Sleeve I.D.
(in.)
(mm)
1.94
49.23
Ferrule/
Sleeve Length
(in.)
(mm)
2.36
60.00
Hose Wall Range
From
To
(in.)
(mm)
(in.)
(mm)
0.148
3.76
0.203
5.15
1 1/2
38.10
200F16P
200S15P
2.00
50.80
2.36
60.00
0.211
5.36
0.234
5.94
1 1/2
38.10
201F15P
201S15P
2.06
52.40
2.36
60.00
0.242
6.150
0.260
6.76
1 1/2
38.10
202F15P
202S15P
2.13
53.97
2.36
60.00
0.273
6.93
0.297
7.54
1 1/2
38.10
203F15P
203S15P
2.18
55.58
2.36
60.00
0.305
7.75
0.328
8.33
1 1/2
38.10
204F15P
204S15P
2.25
57.15
2.36
60.00
0.336
8.53
0.359
9.12
1 1/2
38.10
205F15P
205S15P
2.31
58.67
2.36
60.00
0.362
9.32
0.391
9.93
1 1/2
38.10
206F15P
206S15P
2.38
60.32
2.36
60.00
0.398
10.11
0.422
10.72
2
50.80
208F20P
208S20P
2.50
63.50
2.79
70.80
0.180
4.57
0.234
5.94
2
50.80
209F20P
209S20P
2.56
65.10
2.79
70.80
0.242
6.15
0.266
6.76
2
50.80
210F20P
210S20P
2.63
66.70
2.79
70.80
0.273
6.93
0.297
7.54
2
50.80
211F20P
211S20P
2.69
68.30
2.79
70.80
0.305
7.74
0.328
8.33
2
50.80
212F20P
212S20P
2.75
69.90
2.79
70.80
0.336
8.53
0.359
9.12
2
50.80
213F20P
213S20P
2.81
71.40
2.79
70.80
0.367
9.32
0.391
9.93
2
50.80
214F20P
214S20P
2.87
73.00
2.79
70.80
0.398
10.11
0.422
10.72
2
50.80
215F20P
215S20P
2.56
65.10
2.94
74.60
0.430
10.92
0.453
11.51
± Recommended crimp % reduction is 20% for all sizes. This is a guide only.
Crimp reductions can range from 18-25% and will vary from
Wall Thickness
(in.)
(mm)
0.148
3.75
0.156
3.96
0.164
4.17
0.172
4.37
0.180
4.57
0.188
4.78
0.195
4.95
0.203
5.16
0.211
5.36
0.219
5.56
0.227
5.77
0.234
5.94
0.242
6.15
0.250
6.35
0.258
6.55
0.266
6.76
0.273
6.93
0.281
7.14
0.289
7.34
0.297
7.54
0.305
7.75
0.313
7.95
0.320
8.13
0.328
8.33
0.336
8.53
0.344
8.74
0.352
8.94
0.359
9.12
0.367
9.32
0.375
9.53
0.383
9.73
0.391
9.93
0.398
10.11
0.406
10.31
0.414
10.52
0.422
10.72
0.180
4.57
0.188
4.77
0.195
4.95
0.203
5.16
0.211
5.36
0.219
5.56
0.227
5.77
0.234
5.94
0.242
6.15
0.250
6.35
0.258
6.55
0.266
6.76
0.273
6.93
0.281
7.14
0.289
7.34
0.297
7.54
0.305
7.74
0.313
7.95
0.320
8.13
0.328
8.33
0.336
8.53
0.344
8.74
0.352
8.94
0.359
9.12
0.367
9.32
0.375
9.52
0.383
9.73
0.391
9.93
0.398
10.11
0.406
10.31
0.414
10.51
0.422
10.72
0.430
10.92
0.438
11.12
0.445
11.30
0.453
11.51
Crimp O.D.
(in.)
(mm)
1.86
47.23
1.87
47.52
1.88
47.83
1.90
48.16
1.91
48.41
1.92
48.77
1.94
49.23
1.945
49.40
1.95
49.61
1.97
50.01
1.98
50.39
2.00
50.80
2.00
50.80
2.02
51.28
2.03
51.59
2.04
51.92
2.06
52.22
2.07
52.53
2.08
52.86
2.09
53.16
2.11
53.47
2.12
53.80
2.13
54.10
2.14
54.41
2.16
54.74
2.17
55.04
2.18
55.35
2.19
55.68
2.20
55.98
2.22
56.31
2.23
56.62
2.24
56.92
2.25
57.24
2.27
57.55
2.28
57.87
2.29
58.18
2.41
61.16
2.42
61.47
2.43
61.79
2.44
62.10
2.46
62.41
2.47
62.73
2.48
63.04
2.49
63.36
2.50
63.67
2.52
63.98
2.53
64.30
2.54
64.61
2.55
64.92
2.57
64.24
2.58
65.55
2.59
65.86
2.60
66.18
2.62
66.49
2.63
66.80
2.64
67.12
2.65
67.43
2.67
67.74
2.68
68.06
2.69
68.37
2.70
68.69
2.72
69.00
2.73
69.31
2.74
69.63
2.75
69.94
2.76
70.25
2.78
70.57
2.79
70.88
2.80
71.19
2.82
71.51
2.83
71.82
2.84
72.13
CRIMP PRODUCTS
CRIMPING
SPECIFICATIONS
± Recommended
crimp
% reduction
is NAHAD
20% forIndustrial
all sizes.Hose
This is a
crimper to crimper.
Please
consult the
Assembly
Guidelines.
The information
that
is provided
guide
only. Crimp
reductions
can range
from
18-25% here
and will vary
is based on a 72°F (+22.2°C) environment.
from
crimper to crimper. Please consult the NAHAD Industrial
Hose Assembly Guidelines. The information that is provided here
is based on a 72° F (+22° C) environment.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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CRIMP PRODUCTS
CRIMPING
SPECIFICATIONS
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
CRIMPING SPECIFICATIONS
Hose I.D.
(in.)
(mm)
2 1/2
63.50
Ferrule
Sleeve
Part No.
302F25P
302S25P
Ferrule/
Sleeve I.D.
(in.)
(mm)
3.06
77.80
Ferrule/
Sleeve Length
(in.)
(mm)
3.11
79.00
Hose Wall Range
From
To
(in.)
(mm)
(in.)
(mm)
0.242
6.15
0.297
7.54
2 1/2
63.50
303F25P
303S25P
3.19
81.00
3.11
79.00
0.305
7.75
0.328
8.33
2 1/2
63.50
304F25P
304S25P
3.19
81.00
3.11
79.00
0.336
8.53
0.360
9.14
2 1/2
63.50
305F25P
305S25P
3.19
81.00
3.11
79.00
0.367
9.32
0.391
9.93
2 1/2
63.50
307F25P
307S25P
3.19
81.00
3.11
79.00
0.400
10.16
0.453
11.51
3
76.20
308F30P
308S30P
3.50
88.90
3.94
100.00
0.180
4.57
0.203
5.16
3
76.20
309F30P
309S30P
3.56
90.50
3.94
100.00
0.211
5.36
0.266
6.76
3
76.20
310F30P
310S30P
3.63
92.10
3.94
100.00
0.273
6.93
0.297
7.54
3
76.20
311F30P
311S30P
3.69
93.70
3.94
100.00
0.305
7.75
0.328
8.33
3
76.20
312F30P
312S30P
3.75
95.30
3.94
100.00
0.336
8.53
0.359
9.12
3
76.20
313F30P
313S30P
3.81
96.80
3.94
100.00
0.367
9.32
0.391
9.93
3
76.20
314F30P
314S30P
3.87
98.40
3.94
100.00
0.398
10.11
0.422
10.72
3
76.20
315F30P
315S30P
3.94
100.00
3.94
100.00
0.430
10.92
0.453
11.51
3
76.20
400F30P
400S30P
4.00
101.60
3.94
100.00
0.461
11.71
0.484
12.29
Wall Thickness
(in.)
(mm)
0.242
6.15
0.250
6.35
0.258
6.55
0.266
6.76
0.274
6.96
0.281
7.14
0.289
7.34
0.297
7.54
0.305
7.75
0.313
7.95
0.320
8.13
0.328
8.33
0.336
8.53
0.344
8.74
0.352
8.94
0.360
9.14
0.367
9.32
0.375
9.53
0.383
9.73
0.391
9.93
0.400
10.16
0.406
10.31
0.414
10.52
0.422
10.72
0.430
10.92
0.438
11.13
0.445
11.30
0.453
11.51
0.180
4.57
0.188
4.78
0.196
4.98
0.203
5.16
0.211
5.36
0.219
5.56
0.227
5.77
0.234
5.94
0.242
6.15
0.250
6.35
0.258
6.55
0.266
6.76
0.273
6.93
0.281
7.14
0.289
7.34
0.297
7.54
0.305
7.75
0.313
7.95
0.320
8.13
0.328
8.33
0.336
8.53
0.344
8.74
0.352
8.94
0.359
9.12
0.367
9.32
0.375
9.53
0.383
9.73
0.391
9.93
0.398
10.11
0.406
10.31
0.414
10.52
0.422
10.72
0.430
10.92
0.438
11.13
0.445
11.30
0.453
11.51
0.461
11.71
0.469
11.91
0.477
12.12
0.484
12.29
Crimp O.D.
(in.)
(mm)
3.01
76.37
3.02
76.69
3.03
77.00
3.04
77.31
3.06
77.63
3.07
77.94
3.08
78.26
3.09
78.57
3.10
78.88
3.12
79.20
3.13
79.51
3.14
79.82
3.15
80.14
3.22
81.70
3.23
82.02
3.24
82.33
3.21
81.53
3.22
81.79
3.23
82.04
3.24
82.30
3.25
82.55
3.27
83.06
3.28
83.31
3.29
83.57
3.31
84.07
3.32
84.33
3.33
84.58
3.34
84.84
3.45
87.63
3.47
88.14
3.48
88.39
3.49
88.65
3.50
88.98
3.52
89.30
3.53
89.61
3.54
89.92
3.55
90.24
3.56
90.55
3.58
90.86
3.59
91.18
3.60
91.49
3.61
91.81
3.63
92.12
3.64
92.43
3.65
92.75
3.66
93.06
3.68
93.37
3.69
93.69
3.70
94.00
3.71
94.31
3.73
94.63
3.74
94.94
3.75
95.25
3.76
95.57
3.77
95.88
3.79
96.19
3.80
96.51
3.81
96.82
3.82
97.14
3.84
97.45
3.85
97.76
3.86
98.08
3.87
98.39
3.88
98.70
3.90
99.02
3.91
99.33
3.92
99.64
3.94
99.96
± Recommended crimp % reduction is 20% for all sizes. This is a
guide only. Crimp reductions can range from 18-25% and will vary
from crimper to crimper. Please consult the NAHAD Industrial
Hose Assembly Guidelines. The information that is provided here
is based on a 72° F (+22° C) environment.
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We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
CRIMPING SPECIFICATIONS
Hose I.D.
(in.)
(mm)
4
101.60
± Recommended crimp %
reduction is 20% for all sizes.
This is a guide only. Crimp
reductions can range from
18-25% and will vary from
crimper to crimper. Please
consult the NAHAD Industrial
Hose Assembly Guidelines. The
information that is provided
here is based on a 72° F
(+22° C) environment.
Ferrule
Sleeve
Part No.
409F40P
409S40P
Ferrule/
Sleeve I.D.
(in.)
(mm)
4.56
115.90
Ferrule/
Sleeve Length
(in.)
(mm)
4.19
106.40
Hose Wall Range
From
To
(in.)
(mm)
(in.)
(mm)
0.211
5.36
0.266
6.76
4
101.60
410F40P
410S40P
4.62
117.35
4.19
106.40
0.273
6.93
0.297
7.54
4
101.60
411F40P
411S40P
4.69
119.10
4.19
106.40
0.305
7.75
0.328
8.33
4
101.60
412F40P
412S40P
4.75
120.70
4.19
106.40
0.336
8.53
0.359
9.12
4
101.60
413F40P
413S40P
4.81
122.20
4.19
106.40
0.367
9.32
0.391
9.93
4
101.60
414F40P
414S40P
4.87
123.80
4.19
106.40
0.398
10.11
0.422
10.72
4
101.60
415F40P
415S40P
4.94
125.40
4.19
106.40
0.430
10.92
0.453
11.51
4
101.60
500F40P
500S40P
5.00
127.00
4.19
106.40
0.461
11.71
0.484
12.29
6
152.40
610F60P
610S60P
6.63
168.28
5.67
144.00
0.211
5.36
0.297
7.54
6
152.40
614F60P
614S60P
6.88
174.63
5.67
144.00
0.305
7.75
0.422
10.72
6
152.40
702F60P
702S60P
6.88
174.63
5.67
144.00
0.430
10.92
0.547
13.89
6
152.40
706F60P
706S60P
6.88
174.63
5.67
144.00
0.555
14.10
0.672
17.07
Wall Thickness
(in.)
(mm)
0.211
5.36
0.219
5.56
0.227
5.77
0.234
5.94
0.242
6.15
0.250
6.35
0.258
6.55
0.266
6.76
0.273
6.93
0.281
7.14
0.289
7.34
0.297
7.54
0.305
7.75
0.313
7.95
0.320
8.13
0.328
8.33
0.336
8.53
0.344
8.74
0.352
8.94
0.359
9.12
0.367
9.32
0.375
9.53
0.383
9.73
0.391
9.93
0.398
10.11
0.406
10.31
0.414
10.52
0.422
10.72
0.430
10.92
0.438
11.13
0.445
11.30
0.453
11.51
0.461
11.71
0.469
11.91
0.477
12.12
0.484
12.29
0.211
5.36
0.219
5.56
0.227
5.77
0.234
5.94
0.242
6.15
0.250
6.35
0.258
6.55
0.266
6.76
0.273
6.93
0.281
7.14
0.289
7.34
0.297
7.54
0.305
7.75
0.313
7.95
0.320
8.13
0.328
8.33
0.336
8.53
0.344
8.74
0.352
8.94
0.359
9.12
0.367
9.32
0.375
9.53
0.383
9.73
0.391
9.93
0.398
10.11
0.406
10.31
0.414
10.52
0.422
10.72
0.430
10.92
0.438
11.13
0.445
11.30
0.453
11.51
0.461
11.71
0.469
11.91
0.477
12.12
0.485
12.32
0.492
12.50
0.500
12.70
0.508
12.90
0.516
13.11
0.523
13.28
0.531
13.49
0.539
13.69
0.547
13.89
0.555
14.10
0.563
14.30
0.570
14.48
0.578
14.68
0.586
14.88
0.594
15.09
0.602
15.29
0.610
15.49
0.617
15.67
0.625
15.88
0.633
16.08
0.641
16.28
0.648
16.46
0.656
16.66
0.665
16.89
0.672
17.07
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
Crimp O.D.
(in.)
(mm)
4.50
114.38
4.52
114.70
4.53
115.01
4.54
115.32
4.55
115.64
4.56
115.95
4.58
116.26
4.59
116.58
4.60
116.89
4.61
117.21
4.63
117.52
4.64
117.83
4.65
118.15
4.66
118.46
4.68
118.77
4.69
119.09
4.70
119.40
4.71
119.71
4.73
120.03
4.74
120.34
4.75
120.65
4.76
120.97
4.77
121.28
4.79
121.59
4.80
121.91
4.81
122.22
4.82
122.54
4.84
122.85
4.85
123.16
4.86
123.48
4.87
123.79
4.89
124.10
4.90
124.42
4.91
124.73
4.92
125.04
4.94
125.36
6.57
166.96
6.59
167.27
6.60
167.59
6.61
167.90
6.62
168.22
6.64
168.53
6.65
168.84
6.66
169.16
6.67
169.47
6.68
169.78
6.70
170.10
6.71
170.4
6.72
170.72
6.73
171.04
6.75
171.35
6.76
171.66
6.77
171.98
6.78
172.29
6.80
172.60
6.81
172.92
6.82
173.23
6.83
173.55
6.84
173.86
6.86
174.17
6.87
174.49
6.88
174.80
6.89
175.11
6.91
175.43
6.92
175.77
6.93
176.02
6.94
176.28
6.96
176.78
6.97
177.04
6.98
177.29
6.99
177.55
7.01
178.05
7.02
178.31
7.03
178.56
7.04
178.82
7.05
179.07
7.07
179.58
7.08
179.83
7.09
180.09
7.10
180.34
7.12
180.85
7.13
181.10
7.14
181.36
7.15
181.61
7.17
182.12
7.18
182.37
7.19
182.63
7.20
182.88
7.21
183.13
7.23
183.64
7.24
183.90
7.25
184.15
7.27
184.66
7.28
184.91
7.29
185.17
7.30
185.42
CRIMP PRODUCTS
CRIMPING
SPECIFICATIONS
59
CAM & GROOVE
COUPLINGS
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
COUPLINGS
Separate parts provide unique, quick coupling hose connections for liquids or solids. All parts (3/4" to 6", not including the 5"
OD) are manufactured to comply with MIL Spec A-A-59326A. They will interchange with couplings manufactured to the same
standards (excluding 1/2" and 8"). Female couplers are supplied with safety pins. Cam arms are 304 stainless steel. 5" parts
are made to ASTM specifications. Anodized hardcoat couplings are available. Contact Jason Customer Service for details.
Working Pressures (maximum PSI) for Cam and Groove Couplers and Adapters
Size
Aluminum
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
5
6
8
Stainless
Steel
150
250
250
250
250
250
150
125
100
75
75
50
250
250
250
250
250
150
125
100
75
75
50
PART A
Brass
Polypropylene
 Metal coupling pressures are based on
125
125
125
100
100
100
250
250
250
250
250
150
125
100
75
75
50
ambient temperature (+70°F or +21°C)
with standard NBR gasket.
 Plastic coupling pressures are based on
ambient temperature (+70°F or +21°C)
with standard NBR gasket.
75
60
MALE ADAPTER x FEMALE THREAD
Male end fits coupler or Dust Cap. Female thread end is NPT.
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
1/2
3/4
A075A
1
A100A
1-1/4
A125A
1-1/2
A150A
2
A200A
2-1/2
A250A
3
A300A
4
A400A
5
A500A
6
A600A
8
A800A**
8
A801A**
PART B
Brass
A050S
A075S
A100S
A125S
A150S
A200S
A250S
A300S
A400S
A050SS
A075SS
A100SS
A125SS
A150SS
A200SS
A250SS
A300SS
A400SS
A075B
A100B
A125B
A150B
A200B
A250B
A300B
A400B
A600S
A600SS
A600B
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
A050P
A075P
A100P
A125P
A150P
A200P
A300P
A400P
FEMALE COUPLER x MALE THREAD
Female end fits male adapter or Dust Plug. Male end thread is NPT. Bowl has recess for washer replacement.
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
60
Brass
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
1/2
B050S
B050SS
B050P
3/4
B075A
B075S
B075SS
B075B
B075P
1
B100A
B100S
B100SS
B100B
B100P
1-1/4
B125A
B125S
B125SS
B125B
B125P
1-1/2
B150A
B150S
B150SS
B150B
B150P
2
B200A
B200S
B200SS
B200B
B200P
2-1/2
B250A
B250S
B250SS
B250B
3
B300A
B300S
B300SS
B300B
B300P
4
B400A
B400S
B400SS
B400B
B400P
5
B500A
6
B600A
B600S
B600SS
B600B
8
B800A**
8
B801A**
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
**See Page 63 for interchange.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
PART C
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
FEMALE COUPLER x HOSE SHANK
Female end fits male adapter or Dust Plug. Shank fits into hose ID. Bowl has recess for washer replacement.
DO NOT
CRIMP WITH
FERRULES
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
1/2
3/4
C075A
1
C100A
1-1/4
C125A
1-1/2
C150A
2
C200A
2-1/2
C250A
3
C300A
4
C400A
5
C500A
6
C600A
8
C800A**
8
C801A**
PART D
Brass
C050S
C075S
C100S
C125S
C150S
C200S
C250S
C300S
C400S
C050SS
C075SS
C100SS
C125SS
C150SS
C200SS
C250SS
C300SS
C400SS
C075B
C100B
C125B
C150B
C200B
C250B
C300B
C400B
C600S
C600SS
C600B
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
C050P
C075P
C100P
C125P
C150P
C200P
COUPLINGS
CAM & GROOVE
COUPLINGS
C300P
C400P
FEMALE COUPLER x FEMALE THREAD
Female end fits male adapter or Dust Plug. Female end thread is NPT. Bowl has recess for washer replacement.
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
1/2
3/4
D075A
1
D100A
1-1/4
D125A
1-1/2
D150A
2
D200A
2-1/2
D250A
3
D300A
4
D400A
5
D500A
6
D600A
8
D800A**
8
D801A**
PART E
Brass
D050S
D075S
D100S
D125S
D150S
D200S
D250S
D300S
D400S
D050SS
D075SS
D100SS
D125SS
D150SS
D200SS
D250SS
D300SS
D400SS
D075B
D100B
D125B
D150B
D200B
D250B
D300B
D400B
D600S
D600SS
D600B
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
D050P
D075P
D100P
D125P
D150P
D200P
D300P
D400P
MALE ADAPTER x HOSE SHANK
Male end fits female coupler or Dust Cap. Shank fits into hose ID.
DO NOT
CRIMP WITH
FERRULES
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
Brass
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
1/2
E050S
E050SS
E050P
3/4
E075A
E075S
E075SS
E075B
E075P
1
E100A
E100S
E100SS
E100B
E100P
1-1/4
E125A
E125S
E125SS
E125B
E125P
1-1/2
E150A
E150S
E150SS
E150B
E150P
2
E200A
E200S
E200SS
E200B
E200P
2-1/2
E250A
E250S
E250SS
E250B
3
E300A
E300S
E300SS
E300B
E300P
4
E400A
E400S
E400SS
E400B
E400P
5
E500A
6
E600A
E600S
E600SS
E600B
8
E800A**
8
E801A**
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
**See Page 63 for interchange.
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PART F
CAM & GROOVE
COUPLINGS
MALE ADAPTER x MALE THREAD
Male end fits female coupler or Dust Cap. Male end thread is NPT.
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
1/2
3/4
F075A
1
F100A
1-1/4
F125A
1-1/2
F150A
2
F200A
2-1/2
F250A
3
F300A
4
F400A
5
F500A
6
F600A
8
F800A**
8
F801A**
PART DC
Fits male adapters.
F050S
F075S
F100S
F125S
F150S
F200S
F250S
F300S
F400S
F050SS
F075SS
F100SS
F125SS
F150SS
F200SS
F250SS
F300SS
F400SS
F075B
F100B
F125B
F150B
F200B
F250B
F300B
F400B
F600S
F600SS
F600B
1/2
3/4
DC075A
1
DC100A
1-1/4
DC125A
1-1/2
DC150A
2
DC200A
2-1/2
DC250A
3
DC300A
4
DC400A
5
DC500A
6
DC600A
8
DC800A**
8
DC801A**
Fits male adapters.
Brass
DC050S
DC075S
DC100S
DC125S
DC150S
DC200S
DC250S
DC300S
DC400S
DC050SS
DC075SS
DC100SS
DC125SS
DC150SS
DC200SS
DC250SS
DC300SS
DC400SS
DC075B
DC100B
DC125B
DC150B
DC200B
DC250B
DC300B
DC400B
DC600S
DC600SS
DC600B
F050P
F075P
F100P
F125P
F150P
F200P
F300P
F400P
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
DC050P
DC075P
DC100P
DC125P
DC150P
DC200P
DC300P
DC400P
DUST PLUG
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
1/2
3/4
DP075A
1
DP100A
1-1/4
DP125A
1-1/2
DP150A
2
DP200A
2-1/2
DP250A
3
DP300A
4
DP400A
5
DP500A
6
DP600A
8
DP800A**
8
DP801A**
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Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
DUST CAP
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum 304 Stainless 316 Stainless
PART DP
Brass
Brass
DP050S
DP075S
DP100S
DP125S
DP150S
DP200S
DP250S
DP300S
DP400S
DP050SS
DP075SS
DP100SS
DP125SS
DP150SS
DP200SS
DP250SS
DP300SS
DP400SS
DP075B
DP100B
DP125B
DP150B
DP200B
DP250B
DP300B
DP400B
DP600S
DP600SS
DP600B
Black SCH.80
Polypropylene
DP050P
DP075P
DP100P
DP125P
DP150P
DP200P
DP300P
DP400P
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
**See Page 63 for interchange.
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SERIES 800 & SERIES 801
8" CAM & GROOVE INTERCHANGE
There has always been a problem with interchangeability with 8" cam and groove couplings. Jason now
introduces the 801 SERIES in addition to the current line to solve that problem. Below you will see how the
800 and 801 Series match up:
801 Series Interchanges with:
Dixon Andrews, NECO, Evertite/APG,
800 Series Interchanges with:
PT Import
PT Domestic, Kuriyama of America
Jason Part Numbers
Jason Part Numbers
A800A
B800A
C800A
D800A
COUPLINGS
CAM & GROOVE
COUPLINGS
A801A
*B801A
C801A
D801A
E800A
F800A
DC800A
DP800A
E801A
*F801A
*DC801A
*DP801A
*Check with
customer
service for
availability.
ANTI-LEAK ALUMINUM C x E CAM-LOCK
COUPLINGS
This new cam-lock employs a patented design that relies on two bands of rubber that act as a type of gasket
surrounding two specific grooves on the cam-lock shank. When the hose wall is compressed against the bands
of rubber, a preventive barrier is formed reducing the chance for leaks around the couplings.
Size
1-1/2" Part C
2" Part C
3" Part C
1-1/2" Part E
2" Part E
3" Part E
PART C
Part No.
C150ALF
C200ALF
C300ALF
E150ALF
E200ALF
E300ALF
PART E
REPLACEMENT BANDS - NITRILE
ID
Part No.
1-1/2"
2"
RB15NBR
RB20NBR
3"
RB30NBR
4"
RB40NBR
6"
RB60NBR
PART DCL DUST CAP WITH LOCK OUT HANDLES
Handles fold over top of cap. Hole provided for padlock or seal. Padlock or seal not furnished.
PART NUMBER
Size
Aluminum
Stainless Steel
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
with SS Handles
DCL150A
DCL200A
DCL250A
DCL300A
DCL400A
DCL600A
with SS Handles
DCL150S
DCL200S
DCL250S
DCL300S
DCL400S
DCL600S
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CAM & GROOVE
COUPLINGS
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REDUCING CAM & GROOVE COUPLINGS
AND ADAPTERS
A
Adapter x Female
NPT
D
Size
Aluminum
Stainless
Steel
2 x 1-1/2
2x3
3 x 2
4 x 3
4x6
6x4
A2015A
A2030A
A3020A
A4030A
A4060A
A6040A
Size
Aluminum Stainless
Steel
1-1/2 x 1
2 x 1-1/2
3 x 2
4 x 2
E
Size
Aluminum
Stainless
Steel
Size
Aluminum
Stainless
Steel
1-1/2 x 2
2 x 1-1/2
3 x 2
3 x 4
4 x 3
B1520A
B2015A
B3020A
B3040A
B4030A
3 x 2
4 x 3
F
Size
Aluminum
Stainless
Steel
2 x 1-1/2
3 x 2
3 x 4
4 x 3
Size
Aluminum
Stainless
Steel
C2015A
C3020A
C3040A
C4030A
2 x 1-1/2
2 x 3
3 x 2
3 x 4
Coupler x Hose Shank
F2015A
F2030A
F3020A
F3040A
Adapter x Male NPT
Size
Aluminum
2 x 2
2 x 4
3 x 3
3 x 4
4 x 4
Adapter x Adapter
E3020A
E4030A
Adapter x Hose Shank
C
AA
Coupler x Female NPT
B
Coupler x Male NPT
D1510A
D2015A
D3020A
*D4020A
AA2020A
AA2040A
AA3030A
AA3040A
AA4040A
Stainless
Steel
DA
AA2020S
AA3030S
AA3040S
AA4040S
Coupler x Adapter
Size
Aluminum
1-1/2 x 1
1-1/2 x 2
2 x 1-1/2
2x3
3 x 2
3 x 2-1/2
3 x 4
4 x 3
4 x 6
6 x 4
Stainless
Steel
*DA1510A
DA15210A
DA2015A
DA2030A DA2030S
DA3020A DA3020S
*DA3025A
DA3040A
DA4030A DA4030S
DA4060A
DA6040A DA6040S
DD
Size
Aluminum
64
Stainless
Steel
1-1/2 x 1-1/2 DD1515A
DD1515S 2x2 DD2020A
DD2020S
2x3
DD2030A
3x3 DD3030A
DD3030S
3 x 4
DD3040A
Coupler x Coupler
4 x 4
DD4040A
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*Contact Jason customer service for availability.
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TANK TRUCK API ADAPTERS, CAPS & COUPLERS
For offloading through the API adapter and coupler.
Size
Part No.
Description
Material
4"
4"
DC400ATC DC400PPTC API Dust Cap
API Dust Cap
Aluminum
Polypropylene
Size
Part No.
Description
Material
4" x 3"
4" x 4"
Size
4" x 4"
Size
4"
DA4030ATC DA4040ATC Part No.
DD4040ATC Part No.
G400NBRTC COUPLINGS
CAM & GROOVE
COUPLINGS
4" API Coupler x 3" AdapterAluminum
4" API Coupler x 4" AdapterAluminum
Description
Material
4" API Coupler x 4" CouplerAluminum
Description
Gasket for 4" API Coupler
Material
Nitrile
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COUPLINGS
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COUPLINGS
REPLACEMENT GASKETS FOR CAM &
GROOVE COUPLINGS
YELLOW
STRIPE
SIZE
BLACK
BLACK
NBR
EPDM
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
5
6
8
O.D.
(in.)
S050N
S075N
S075E
S100N
S100E
S125N
S150N
S150E
S200N
S200E
S250N
S300N
S300E
S400N
S400E
S500N
S600N
S800N
GASKET DIMENSIONS
I.D.
THICKNESS
(in.)
(in.)
1-1/32
1-3/8
1-9/16
1-15/16
2-3/16
2-5/8
3-1/8
3-23/32
4-7/8
5-15/16
7-1/16
9-5/16
11/16
7/8
1-1/16
1-23/64
1-5/8
2
2-3/8
3
4
4-7/8
6
8-1/8
0.156
0.218
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.343
REPLACEMENT HANDLES FOR CAM &
GROOVE COUPLINGS
1
1-1/4
BRASS
HRP10B
HRP12B
STAINLESS STEEL
HRP10 S
HRP12S
LOCK OUT STAINLESS
BRASS
STAINLESS STEEL
LOCK OUT STAINLESS
4
6
HRP40B
HRP60B
HRP40S
HRP60S
LHP400S LHP600S
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
HRP15B
HRP15 S
LHP150S
HRP20B
HRP20S
LHP200S
HRP25B
HRP25S
LHP250S
HRP30B
HRP30S
LHP300S
8
HRP80B
ACCESSORIES FOR CAM & GROOVE COUPLINGS
Part No.Part No.
SAFETY PIN FITS SIZES 1/2” THRU 5”
SECURITY CHAIN, STAINLESS STEEL; 12”
66
SPWS
CH12S
FITS SIZES 6” AND 8”
SPXS
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We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
PIN LUG COUPLINGS
Threaded couplings for suction or discharge of water or other fluids. Standard threading is NPSM; National Pipe
Straight Mechanical. 1-1/2" and 2-1/2" are available with additional NST thread; American National Fire Hose
Straight Thread. (NST does not interchange). Pin lugs are on all sizes of female end. 2-1/2" through 6" have pin
lugs on male end.
SET (M x F) PIN LUG SHANK COUPLINGS
Size
Thread
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
2-1/2
3
4
6
NPSM
NST
NPSM
NPSM
NST
NPSM
NPSM
NPSM
Aluminum
W Brass Swivel
COUPLINGS
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AB150
AB150NST
AB200
AB250
AB250NST
AB300
AB400
AB600
Iron Pin Lug Couplings available by special order.
FEMALE PIN LUG SHANK COUPLINGS
Size
Thread
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
2-1/2
3
4
6
NPSM
NST
NPSM
NPSM
NST
NPSM
NPSM
NPSM
Aluminum
W Brass Swivel
AB150F
AB150NSTF
AB200F
AB250F
AB250NSTF
AB300F
AB400F
AB600F
REPLACEMENT WASHERS FOR PIN LUG
SHANK COUPLINGS
COUPLING SIZE
PART NUMBER
1-1/2
HW150
1-1/2 NST
HW150NST
2
HW200
2-1/2
HW250
2-1/2 NST
HW250NST
3
HW300
4
HW400
All sizes may not be stocked in all locations. Check with customer service for availability.
We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
6
HW600
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UNIVERSAL AIR
COUPLINGS
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UNIVERSAL AIR COUPLINGS - 2 LUG
Used to connect air lines from compressors or other air source to all types of pneumatic tools and equipment.
All 2 lug head connections are of one size for easy interchange. Hose shank or threaded end is coupling size.
Male and Female threads are NPT. Malleable iron plated. (European style universals available special order.)
Application of Universal Crowfoot Air Hose Couplings
Universal crowfoot couplings are recommended to be used in the transfer of air and or water. The application
should be in an open system where the air or water is in motion (dynamic) and not in a closed pressurized
(static) condition. This dynamic application involves continuous flow, therefore, back pressure would be relieved
by the very nature of the application. The applicable system should contain pressure relief valves to relieve any
excess pressure. Safety clips and safety cables should be installed on either side of the coupling connection.
The rated, maximum working pressure of Universal Crowfoot Air Hose Couplings is 150 psi (at ambient
temperature [70°F]) for all parts: HE, ME, FE.
WARNING: Universal Air Hose Couplings should NEVER be used for steam service.
HOSE END
Hose End
Size 3/8
1/2
3/4
1
MALE END
Hose End
Size 1/4
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
Iron Part No HE038
HE050
HE075
HE100
FEMALE END
Iron Part No ME025
ME038
ME050
ME075
ME100
Hose End
Size 1/4
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
Iron Part No FE025
FE038
FE050
FE075
FE100
Washer for 2 Lug Universal Part No. UG2
WHIPCHECK SAFETY CABLES
Prevent hose whip in case of accidental separation of coupling or clamp device.
HOSE TO HOSE CABLE
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HOSE TO TOOL CABLE
Cable Hose I.D.
Part No Cable Hose I.D.
Part No 1/8” x 20”
1/4” x 38”
1/2” to 1-1/4”
1-1/2” to 3”
HHWC1
HHWC2
1/8” x 20”
1/4” x 38”
1/2” to 1-1/4”
1-1/2” to 3”
HTWS1
HTWS2
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UNIVERSAL AIR COUPLINGS - 4 LUG
HOSE END
COUPLINGS
UNIVERSAL AIR
COUPLINGS
FEMALE END
Hose End
Size
Iron
Part No
Hose End
Size
Iron
Part No
1-1/4
HE125
1-1/4
FE125
1-1/2
HE150
1-1/2
FE150
2
HE200
2
FE200
Washer for 4 Lug Universal Part No. UG4
UNIVERSAL AIR COUPLING ACCESSORIES
3 WAY CONNECTOR
PART NO TWC
Uses 3 sets of 2 lug connectors to provide an extra outlet from one air source.
Malleable Iron Plated.
DEAD END
PART NO BEC
Fits 2 lug head on universal couplings to block line. Hole in flat portion allows for
securing dead end when not in use.
Malleable Iron Plated.
Safety Pin and Lanyard
Part No. SPL
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GROUND JOINT
COUPLINGS
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COUPLINGS
GROUND JOINT COUPLINGS
An all purpose coupling, the female ground joint consists of a MALE STEM, WING NUT and FEMALE SPUD.
The female spud has NPT threads to accept the NPT threads of a rigid connection or male NPT nipple.
Widely used for air, water or steam, the ground joint is secured with an interlocking clamp.
By replacing the female spud of a ground joint coupling with a double or male spud, hose to hose ground
joint connections or hose to rigid connections are simplified. Double spuds for hose to hose connections
are threaded NPS MALE X NPS MALE. (GJ wing nut is also NPS). For hose to rigid connection, the male
spud is threaded NPS MALE X NPT MALE.
GROUND JOINT
FEMALE
Hose Size*
FEMALE SPUD
Part No.
Hose Size*
1/2
GJ050F
3/4
GJ075F
1
GJ100F
1-1/4
GJ125F
1-1/2
GJ150F
2
GJ200F
2-1/2
GJ250F
3
GJ300F
4
GJ400F
*Size also represents Wing Nut
and Spud thread size.
NPS
NPS
NPS
DOUBLE SPUD
70
NPT
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
Spud Size
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
Part No.
GFS050
GFS075
GFS100
GFS125
GFS150
GFS200
GFS250
GFS300
GFS400
Double Spud
Part No.
Male Spud
Part No.
GDS050
GDS075
GDS100
GDS125
GDS150
GDS200
GMS050
GMS075
GMS100
GMS125
GMS150
GMS200
MALE SPUD
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SANDBLAST HOSE COUPLINGS
There are three active sandblast system couplings; HOSE ENDS which are used to make hose to hose connections or hose to blast pot connections, NOZZLE HOLDERS that accept the male threaded end of a sandblast
nozzle, and the THREADED POT END that is connected to the combination air and abrasive mix from the sandblast pot. All three are available in aluminum or brass. Hose ends are also available in Iron.
NOZZLE HOLDERS are sleeve
HOSE ENDS are sleeve type
couplings that fit over the OD of
the sandblast hose. They are
secured to the hose with wood
screws. Countersunk holes on the
hose end ensure that the screws fit
correctly and will not be snagged
while the hose is in operation.
Within the ID of the hose end is a
corkscrew ridge that helps to twist
the coupling onto the hose and
more importantly, helps to minimize the force of blow-back. Hoseto-hose or hose-to-pot
connections are made by the 2 lug
crowfoot design. No matter what
the hose size, the 2 log hose ends
interchange for common
connections.
THREADED POT ENDS do not
fit the hose, but rather are
threaded (NPT or NPS) onto the
sandblast pot. Once properly
threaded to the discharge pipe on
the pot, the 2 lug crowfoot design
can now be connected to the 2 lug
crowfoot design of the hose end.
Now the pot can supply mix to the
operator by way of the hose to the
sandblast nozzle.
type couplings, secured to the
hose with wood screws and have
the same features as the sandblast
hose end. The exception is that the
end of the nozzle holder is NPT
threaded to accept the sandblasting nozzle.
Hose
ID
Hose
OD
Aluminum
Quick End
Brass
Iron
3/4
1-1/2
Q1A
Q1B
Q1D
NH1A
NH1B
1
1-7/8
Q2A
Q2B
Q2D
NH2A
NH2B
1-1/4
2-5/32
Q3A
Q3B
Q3D
NH3A
NH3B
1-1/2
2-3/8
Q4A
Q4B
Q4D
NH4A
NH4B
Thread
Size
Type
Nozzle Holder
Aluminum
Brass
Threaded Pot End
Aluminum
Brass
1-1/4
NPT
SB1A
SB1B
1-1/4
NPS
SB10A
SB10B
1-1/2
NPT
SB2A
SB2B
1-1/2
NPS
SB20A
SB20B
Replacement GASKETS for metal hose end/pot end. One size fits all.
COUPLINGS
SANDBLAST HOSE
COUPLINGS
Part No. QW
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COUPLINGS
LOCKING LEVER PUMP
COUPLINGS
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LOCKING LEVER PUMP COUPLINGS
Full Vacuum Rated

 Type B Industrial 
 Lock Pin Lever
 Galvanized

FULL ASSEMBLY*
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
LEVER RING*
Part
Number
BGA200
BGA300
BGA400
BGA600
BGA800
* includes O-Ring
MALE BALL x SHANK
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
30° Articulation
NBR O-Ring
Interchangeable
Quick and Easy Connections
Part
Number
BMS200
BMS300
BMS400
BMS600
BMS800
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
Part
Number
BLR200
BLR300
BLR400
BLR600
BLR800
* with safety clip
FEMALE SOCKET* x SHANK
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
Part
Number
BFS200
BFS300
BFS400
BFS600
BFS800
* includes O-Ring
MALE BALL x THREAD*
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
Part
Number
BMT200
BMT300
BMT400
BMT600
BMT800
* NPT
FEMALE SOCKET* x THREAD**
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
Part
Number
BFT200
BFT300
BFT400
BFT600
BFT800
* includes O-Ring** NPT
O-RING*
Size
(in.)
2
3
4
6
8
Part
Number
BOR200
BOR300
BOR400
BOR600
BOR800
* NBR
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
2, 4 AND 6 BOLT INTERLOCKING CLAMPS
These clamps are used on any fitting with a collar to engage the forward gripping fingers of the interlocking
clamp. However, they are most commonly used on ground joint females and male collared nipples. Smaller
sizes provide a safe and economical securing method for universal hose ends. The forward gripping fingers
engage the collar preventing the shank or stem from pulling out. Tightening the bolts secures the clamp
around the O.D. of the hose.
2 BOLT
In.
4 BOLT
OD Range
From
Decimal
In.
To
Decimal
INTERLOCKING CLAMPS
INTERLOCKING
CLAMPS
6 BOLT
Number
Of
Bolts
Torque
lbs./ft.
Part No.
Ref No.
11/16
0.69
3/4
0.75
2
6
2BS038
CD
15/16
0.94
1-1/16
1.06
2
12
2BC050
B4
1
1.00
1-1/8
1.13
2
12
2B S050
A4
1-1/16
1.06
1-3/16
1.19
2
12
2BC051
B5
1-1/8
1.13
1-5/16
1.31
2
21
2BS075
A9
1-3/16
1.19
1-5/16
1.31
2
21
2BC075
BU9
1-5/16
1.31
1-1/2
1.50
2
21
2BC076
B9
1-1/2
1.50
1-11/16
1.69
2
21
2BC077
B10
1-17/32
1.53
1-23/32
1.72
4
21
4BC100
BU14
1-13/32
1.41
1-9/16
1.56
4
21
4BC100A
156
1-7/8
1.88
2-1/16
2.06
4
21
4BC102
B15
2-1/16
2.06
2-1/4
2.25
4
40
4BC125
B19
2-3/32
2.09
2-9/32
2.28
4
40
4BC150
BU24
2-1/4
2.25
2-7/16
2.44
4
40
4BC151
B24
2-1/2
2.50
2-25/32
2.78
4
60
4BC200
BU29
3-3/32
3.09
3-7/16
3.44
4
60
4BC202
B30
3-1/2
3.50
3-15/16
3.94
4
150
4BC250
B34
3-13/16
3.81
4-3/16
4.19
4
150
4BC300
B35
4-1/16
4.06
4-7/16
4.44
4
200
4BC301
B39
4-1/4
4.25
4-13/16
4.81
6
150
6BC400
BS39
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DOUBLE BOLT CLAMPS
DOUBLE BOLT
CLAMPS
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
DOUBLE BOLT HOSE CLAMPS
Reusable, these clamps provide an efficient means of securing couplings for
low pressure discharge or suction service. Double bolt hose clamps are
sized for hose OD's from 1-5/8" through 17-1/2". As the bolts are tightened,
the double-tongue saddles fill the gap between the bolt lugs preventing
pinching of the hose OD. Fully tightened, the double bolt clamps secure the
full circumference of the hose. Plated malleable iron.
From
Hose OD Range
To
Part No
Torque
lbs./ft.
From
Hose OD Range
To
Part No
Torque
lbs./ft.
1-5/8
1-15/16
DB049
20
7-11/16
8-3/16
DB818
125
1-7/8
2-3/8
DB060
20
8-1/4
8-7/8
DB875
125
2-3/8
3-7/16
DB076
20
8-15/16
9-7/8
DB988
125
3-1/2
3-11/16
DB094
40
9-15/16
11-3/8
DB1125
125
3-1/2
4
DB400
40
11-3/16
13
DB1275
125
4-1/16
4-7/16
DB463
40
12-3/16
14
DB1360
200
4-3/16
5
DB525
60
13-3/16
15
DB1450
200
5
5-1/2
DB550
60
15-1/16
17-1/2
DB1700
260
5-1/2
6-1/16
DB600
60
6-1/8
6-7/8
DB675
60
6-15/16
7-5/8
DB769
60
DOUBLE BOLT HOSE CLAMPS FOR
CORRUGATED HOSE
Clamps (for corrugated hose) manufactured in either clockwise (right hand)
or counter clockwise (left hand) design, the spiral double bolt clamp fits
between the convolutions on corrugated hose. When fully tightened, the wire
secures the full circumference of the outside hose wall - not the convolutions,
for a safe, economical and efficient securing method. Consult hose
manufacturer for correct convolution direction. Direction of clamp spiral and
hose convolution are the same.
Hose ID
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
Part No*
SDB150
SDB200
SDB250
SDB300
SDB400
Hose ID
5
6
8
10
12
Part No*
SDB500
SDB600
SDB800
SDB1000
SDB1200
*Specify clockwise -cw or counterclockwise - ccw
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NIPPLES
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
NIPPLES
COMBINATION HOSE NIPPLES
CN's are used in a variety of
fluid applications. They are
available in unplated steel,
plated steel, polypropylene
and 304 stainless steel. End
(male) threads are NPT (will
mate with foot valves, strainers, cam and groove part A, D
etc.) and are the same size as
shank.
Not for use with
crimp ferrule.
PLATED
Hose ID
STAINLESS
POLYPROPYLENE
VICTAULIC
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
Unplated
CN050
CN075
CN100
CN125
CN150
CN200
CN250
Plated
CN050P
CN075P
CN100P
CN125P
CN150P
CN200P
CN250P
304 Stainless
CN050S
CN075S
CN100S
CN125S
CN150S
CN200S
CN250S
Polypropylene*
CN050PP
CN075PP
CN100PP
CN125PP
CN150PP
CN200PP
CN250PP
Victaulic
CN050V
CN075V
CN100V
CN125V
CN150V
CN200V
CN250V
Hose ID
3
4
Unplated
CN300
CN400
CN500
Plated
CN300P
CN400P
CN500P
304 Stainless CN300S
CN400S
Polypropylene*
CN300PP
CN400PP
Victaulic
CN300V
CN400V
Part No
5
6
8
10
12
CN600
CN800
CN1000
CN1200
CN600P
CN800P
CN1000P
CN1200P
Part No
CN600S
CN600V
CN800V
*Black Schedule 80
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NIPPLES & ACCESSORIES
NIPPLES &
ACCESSORIES
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
HEX AIR HOSE NIPPLES
For air or many other applications, MS nipples are economical and reusable. The MS nipple accepts bands or
clamps. However, each MS is especially designed with a collar behind the hex to engage the gripping fingers of
an interlocking clamp. MS threads are NPT. Steel Plated. Use also as companion end of female ground joint.
Hose Size
MS NIPPLE
Thread Size
1/4
1/4
3/8
3/8
3/8
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
Part No.
1/4MS4-4
3/8 MS4-6
1/4 MS6-4
3/8 MS6-6
1/2 MS6-8
1/4 MS8-4
1/2 MS8-8
3/4
MS8-12
3/4
MS12-12
1
MS16-16
1-1/4
MS20-20
1-1/2
MS24-24
2
MS32-32
2-1/2
MS40-40
3 MS48-48
4
MS64-64
TUBE MENDER
Type SM hose menders repair hose up to and including ID's of 12". After cutting out
the damaged hose portion, insert each end of the mender (shanks) into the
remaining good ends of the hose. Secure the SM type mender with bands or DB
double bolt clamps. Each end will accommodate two or more bands or two clamps
for an economical and efficient return to service. Plated Steel.
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HOSE ID
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
PART NO
SM050
SM075
SM100
SM125
SM150
SM200
HOSE ID
2-1/2
3
4
6
8
10
PART NO
SM250
SM300
SM400
SM600
SM800
SM1000
12
SM1200
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
BRASS BALL VALVES
Ball Valve Components
Part
Number
BV038BF
BV050BF
BV075BF
BV100BF
BV125BF
BV150BF
BV200BF
BV250BF
BV300BF
BV400BF
ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
Size
A mm B mm
C mm
D mm
Thread
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
9.9
14.0
19.0
24.0 31.0
38.0
49.0
64.0
79.0
99.0
21.75
26.50
30.00
36.50
43.25
50.75
54.00
70.00
81.00
94.50
43.5
53.0 60.0
73.0
86.5
101.5
108.0
140 .0
162.0
189.0
47.0
52.0
52.0
58.0
76.0
80.0
90.0
122.5
133.0
156.0
3/8 NPT
1/2 NPT
3/4 NPT
1 NPT
1-1/4 NPT
1-1/2 NPT
2 NPT
2-1/2 NPT
3 NPT
4 NPT
 Sizes to 2” rated 600 WOG,  2-1/2”, 3” and 4” rated 400 WOG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
Valve Body
Brass
Valve Cap
Brass
O-Ring
PTFE
Ball
Brass, chrome-plated
StemSpacer/
Gasket
PTFE
O-Ring
PTFE
Stem
Brass
Nut
Brass
Cap
Brass
Handle
Carbon Steel
 Brass ball is chromium plated.
 Ball seat is Teflon.*
* DuPont Registered Trademark
FOOT VALVES FOR WATER SUCTION HOSE
Foot valves are used on the submersed end of the water suction hose to prevent
the pump from losing it's prime when shut down. The foot valve stops the water
from draining by a closing leather flapper gate. Each valve has a built in strainer
that prevents debris from entering during operation. All sizes have NPS threads
and complete valves are painted red.
Size
Part No.
Size
Part No.
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
FV150
FV200
FV250
FV300
4
6
8
FV400
FV600
FV800
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ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
STRAIGHT STREAM BRASS NOZZLES
Made from cast brass with satin finish. Orifice tip sizes are standard.
All sizes, for use at 100 PSI, water only at 70°F.
Size
Length
3/4
1
1-1/4
Thread 6”
8”
9”
Size
Type
Tip
Size
Part No
3/4
GHT
1/4
BN075
3/4
NPSH
1/4
1
NPSH
1-1/4
1-1/2
Thread Size
Size
Length
1-1/2
2
10”
12”
Type
Tip
Size Part No
1-1/2
NST
1/2
BN150NST
BN076
2
NPSH
9/16
BN200
5/16
BN100
2-1/2
NPSH
3/4
BN250
NPSH
3/8
BN125
2-1/2
NST
3/4
BN251
NPSH
1/2
BN150
COMBINATION PLASTIC OR BRASS
FOG NOZZLES
Plastic nozzles are made of high impact bright red plastic with
corrosion resistant metal parts. Brass nozzles are high quality heavy
brass. These nozzles allow for straight stream or fog spray pattern in
industrial, utility or commercial use.
Thread Size
1-1/2
1-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
Type
NPS
NST
NPS
NST
Part No
Plastic
Part No
Brass
FN150
FN150NST
FN150B
FN150BNST
FN250B
FN250BNST
Red Nozzles for use at 100 PSI, water only at 70°F
Brass Nozzles for use at 100 PSI, water only at 70°F
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
SPANNER WRENCH FOR PIN LUG COUPLINGS
STANDARD
Made from ductile iron with easy grip handle, contour head to fit the coupling
curve and special round hole to engage the pinlug.
Size
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
2 x 2-1/2
3
ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
4
Part NoSW150 SW200 SW250 SW2025 SW300 SW400
DUAL DIAMETER
UNIVERSAL SPANNER WRENCH
Ductile iron painted red. Complete with pry bar end and gas
cock shut off/on feature. Other end used as pinlug or rocker lug
wrenching.
PART NO.
US-1
ADJUSTABLE HYDRANT WRENCHES
A complete tool for the fire hydrant
operation. The pentagonal nut head
is adjustable to fit hydrant valves to
1-3/4" for on/off operation. The head
also operates pin lug or rocker lug
connections from 1-1/2" to 6"
PART NO.
HYD-1
Lighter in weight than the HYD-1 with
the same adjustable features. Fits
1-3/4” pentagonal nuts. The head will
operate hydrant cap and adapter pin
or rocker lugs. Handle is plated.
PART NO.
HYD-3
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ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
STRAINERS FOR WATER SUCTION HOSE
Used on the submersed end of suction hose to prevent debris from entering the pump during operation. All
threads are NPS (trash strainers are square hole).
ROUND HOLE
Size
SQUARE HOLE
Round Hole
Part No
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
8
RHS150
RHS200
RHS250
RHS300
RHS400
RHS600
RHS800
TUBE
TOP HOLE
BOTTOM HOLE
POLYPROPYLENE
Square Hole
Part No
Tube
Part No
Top Hole
Part No
Bottom Hole
Part No
Polypropylene
Part No
SHS150
SHS200
TRHS150
TRHS200
THS150
THS200
BHS150
BHS200
PS150
PS200
SHS300
SHS400
SHS600
TRHS300
THS300
BHS300
HYDRANT ADAPTERS BRASS*
For industrial utility and fire department applications, these adapters allow
easy connections from hydrant to smaller size hose. Made of heavy duty cast
brass with satin finish, all female ends are supplied with pin lug wrenching.
All threads are V cut.
*Available until all stock has been depleted. Contact customer service.
Female
Size
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
2-1/2
Female
Thread
NPT
NST
NPT
NST
NST
NST
NST
NST NST
NST
NST
NST
Male
Size
1-1/2
1-1/2
1-1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1-1/2
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2
2-1/2
Male End
Thread
Part No
NST
NPT
NST
GHT
NPSM
NPSM
NPSM
NPT
NST
NPSM
NPT
NPT
HAB1516
HAB1615
HAB2016
HAB075
HAB076
HAB100
HAB150
HAB150NPT
HAB150NST
HAB200
HAB200NPT
HAB250NPT
Other thread combinations and particular city/municipal hydrant threads are available in brass with minimal factory order.
Replacement Gasket HAG250
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POWERING GLOBAL INDUSTRY
STRAINERS - SUGAR CONE TYPE
Applications include - water, oil or gas and steam where protection
from foreign matter is required in a pipeline. For water, oil and gas
applications, the strainer is normally inserted into a sight glass.
ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES FOR
OIL & GAS DRILLING
FEATURES: l 304 Stainless Steel
l Permanently attached envelope gasket that makes the assembly with the
sight glass and cam & groove fittings much easier.
l Gasket is a nitrile compound.
Part No.
(in.)
Size
(mm)
CS300SS
3.00
76.20
CS400SS
4.00
101.60
SIGHT GLASSES - HEAVIER THAN SCHEDULE 80
POLYCARBONATE
Sight Glasses enable the water hauler and pumper to view, at any time,
what is streaming through the storage tank drain lines.
Part No.
(in.)
Size
(mm)
SGT300
3.00
76.20
SGT400
4.00
101.60
FEATURES: WARNING!
l Temperature range from -76°F to 185°F - greater range
than the poly-acrylic versions.
l
DO NOT TIGHTEN OR LOOSEN WHILE UNDER PRESSURE
l Working pressure up to 500 PSI for both sizes
l
AVOID DIRECT CONTACT WITH STRONG ACIDS OR CHEMICALS
l NPT pipe threads on both ends
l
ALWAYS PLACE THE PIPE WRENCH ON THE METAL CONNECTIONS
AND NOT THE SIGHT GLASS ITSELF WHEN TIGHTENING.
l
USE ON DRAIN LINES ONLY. NEVER USE ON FLOW LINES.
l
ALWAYS USE AN OILY RAG WHEN CLEANING THIS PRODUCT.
l Comes with thread protectors on both ends
l High impact resistant polycarbonate material
l Excellent UV ray resistance
l Excellent resistance to most acids, low concentrations of
alcohol and alkalis. Compatible with aliphatic hydrocarbons,
aromatic hydrocarbons, mild detergents and cleaners,
greases and oils & silicone greases and oils.
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We disclaim any liability for use of our products in applications other than which they are designed.
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RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
WARNING: The following data has been compiled from generally available sources and should not
be relied upon without consulting and following the hose manufacturer’s specific chemical
recommendations. Neglecting to do so might result in failure of the hose to fulfill it’s intended purpose, and may result in possible damage to property and serious bodily injury.
ELASTOMER / PLASTICS
NR
IR
SBR
CR
NBR
IIR
EPDM
FKM
UHMW
XLPE
CSM
Natural Rubber
Isoprene (synthetic)
Styrene-butadiene
Chloroprene (Neoprene*)
Nitrile-butadiene (Buna-N)
Isobutene-isoprene (Butyl)
Ethylene-propylene-diene-terpolymer
Fluorocarbon rubber (Viton)
Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene
Cross-linked polyethylene Chloro-sulfonyl-polyethylene (Hypalon)
*Trademark of DuPont Inc.
RESISTANCE RATING
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
Absorption Oil
XXGEXGXGG
Alkyaryl Sulfonate Alkybenzene Sulfonate E NNE N X N E E
Acetal
C CCX G C C GG
Allyl Alcohol
E GEEEE E EE
Acetaldehyde
C XFX E C G EG
Allyl Bromide
X XXX X X X GG
Acetamide
CCGGEG E EE
Allyl Chloride
X XXX X X X GG
Acetate Solvents
C XXX C X C E E
Alpha Methylstyrene
X XXX XN X GG
Acetic Acid, 10%
X
X
G
X
G
G
G
E
G
Alpha Olefin Sulfonate
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Acetic Acid, 30%
X
X
C
G
G
G
G
E
E
Alum (Ammonium Potassium Sulfate)
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Acetic Acid, 50%
X
X
C
C
G
X
G
E
G
Aluminum Acetate
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
C
X
G
X
X
G
G
N
Acetic Acid, Glacial
X
Aluminum Alkyl
X XXXXX X XX
Acetic Aldehyde
X NNN G X E E E
Aluminum
E EEEEE E EE
Acetic Anhydride
X XGX E G E E G
Acetic Ester (Ethyl Acetate)
X
X
X
X
G
Aluminum Bromide
E
X
G
E
E
Aluminum Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
E
N
E
N
E
E
E
E
E
N
E
E
E
E
N
Acetic Ether (Ethyl Acetate)
X
X
X
X
G
C
G
E
E
Aluminum Chlorohydrate Solution (to 50%) N
Acetic Oxide (Acetic Anhydride)
X
X
X
X
C
G
G
E
E
Aluminum Flouride
E EEEEE E EE
E
X NNXGX N EE
Acetone
C CFX E F E E E
Aluminum Formate
Acetone Cyanohydrin
X XNNGN G EG
Aluminum Hydroxide
E EEE EG E E E
Acetophenone
C XXX E X E GG
Aluminum Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Acetyl Acetone
X XXX G X E E E
Aluminum Phosphate
E EEEEE E EE
Acetyl Chloride
X XXX C X C GG
Aluminum Salts
E
Acetyl Oxide
XNNXEG E EG
Aluminum Sulfate
GEEEEE E EE
E
E
E
E
E
E
N
N
Acetyl-P-Toluidine
XXNNXN X E E
Aminobenzene
N NNN N N N N G
Acetylene
EEGEEE E EE
Aminodimethylbenzene
N
Acetylene Dichloride (Dichlorethylene)
X
Aminoethanol
GNNGEGN EE
X
N
N
X
N
X
X
X
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Acetylene Tetrachloride
XXNNXN X XX
Aminoethylethanolamine
N NNN E N G G E
Acrolein (Hydroquinine inhibited)
N
Ammonia, Anhydrous
E CEGEG E EE
N
N
N
G
N
X
E
E
Acrylamide
N NNX N N X E E
Ammonia Cupric Sulfate
XNNEEE E EE
Acrylates (HEA or HPA)
N
Ammonia, Liquid
GGEEEE E EE
N
N
N
N
N
X
E
E
Acrylic Acid
N NNN N N N N G
Ammonia, In Water
G
Acrylonitrile
GXXX X X X GG
Ammonium Acetate
E EGEEE E EE
Adipic Acid
NGGG E E G N N
Ammonium Bicarbonate
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Aeroshell 7A, 17 Grease
N
Ammonium Bisulfate (50%)
N
N
N
N
G
N
G
G
G
Ammonium Carbonate
E EECEE E EE
N
G
E
N
N
N
N
N
Air
EEEEEE E EE
82
Maximum temperature
100°F (38°C)
unless otherwise specified.
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
UNSATISFACTORY
NO DATA
CSM
X
N
IIR
ACCEPTABLE
NBR
GOOD
FAIR
C
CR
G
F
SBR
EXCELLENT
NR
E
G
G
G
G
G
E
E
E
Air, +300°F
X XXXNX X NN
Ammonium Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Aircraft Hydraulic Oil AA
N
Ammonium Flouride
E
Alachlor (Lasso)
E NNN N N N E N
Ammonium Hydroxide
G GEG E G E E E
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Alcohols, Aliphatic
E GEEEE E EE
Ammonium Metaphosphate
E EEEEE E EE
Alcohols, Aromatic
C
X
C
C
X
X
X
E
E
Ammonium Nitrate
GEEEEE E EE
Alkaline Liquid (NOS) N
N
N
N
E
E
N
E
N
Ammonium Nitrite
E EEEEE E EE
Alk-Tri (Trichloroethylene)
XNNXXXN EN
Ammonium Persulfate
E XEX E E G E E
Alkyaryl Polyether Alcohol
N
Ammonium Phosphate
E EEEEE E EE
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
NR
SBR
CR
NBR
IIR
CSM
EPDM
XLPE
UHMWPE
N
E
E
UHMWPE
G
XLPE
G
EPDM
N
CSM
X
IIR
X
E XXG X N X GN
NBR
X
Benzidine
CR
Benzene Sulfonic Acid
SBR
E EEEEE E EE
E EEEEE E EE
NR
Ammonium Sulfate
Ammonium Sulfide
Ammonium Sulfite
E EEEEE E EE
Benzine
X XGE X X X E E
Ammonium Thiocyanate
E EEEEE E EE
Benzine Solvent (ligroin)
X
Ammonium Thiosulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Benzoic Acid
G XEX E G G E E
N
N
E
X
X
X
E
E
Amyl Acetate
C XXX G X G X X
Benzoic Aldehyde
X XXX X X X E E
Amyl Acetone
X XXX G X G E E
Benzophenone
E NNN N N N E N
Amyl Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
Benzotrichloride
X XXX X X X GG
Amylamine
C GXCGC X EE
Benzoyl Chloride
X XXX X X X GG
Amylbenzene
X XGG X N X G G
Benzyl Acetate
X XXX GG G E E
Amyl Borate
X
Benzyl Alcohol
G
Amyl Chloride
X XXX X X X E E
Benzyl Benzoate
N NNN G N G E N
X
X
C
X
E
G
X
X
C
X
X
X
E
E
E
Amyl Chloronapthalene
X
Amyl Napthalene
X XXX X X X E E
E
Amyl Oleate
X XXX G X G E E
G
C
X
G
F
G
E
E
Benzyl Chloride
X XXX C X X E E
Bichromate of Soda
X
X
G
X
E
G
C
E
E
(Sodium Dichromate)
Amyl Phenol
X XXX X X X E E
Bismuth Carbonate
E NXNNN N NN
Amyl Phthalate
XNNXEXNEE
Bisphenol A
E NNNNN N NN
Anethole
X XXX X X X GG
Bitumastic
X XGG X X X N X
Anhydrous Ammonia
X XXXXX X XX
Black Sulfate Liquor
G
G
E
G
E
G
E
E
E
Aniline
X XXX E X C E E
Blast Furnace Gas
X
X
G
C
C
G
C
E
E
X XCX X F G E E
Aniline Dyes
C CCC G C G E E
Bleach
Aniline Hydrochloride
E CXC C X G E E
Borax Solution
GGECEE E EE
Animal Fats
X
Bordeaux Mixture
GGEEEE E EE
X
G
E
G
F
C
E
E
Animal Gelatin
NNEENNNNE
Boric Acid
E EEEEE E EE
Animal Grease
X
X
G
G
C
C
G
E
E
Brake Fluid (HD-557)
N
Animal Oils
X
X
X
E
G
X
C
E
E
Brine
E EEEEE E EE
X
X
C
C
X
C
E
E
E
G
C
G
G
E
N
N
Ansul Ether
X
Antifreeze (Ethylene Glycol)
E EEEEE E EE
Antimony Trichloride
X XGGEGG EG
Bromobenzene
X XXX X X X C C
Ant Oil (Furfural)
X
Bromochloroethane
X XNNXX X XX
X
G
X
X
G
X
E
N
Bromine
X XXX X C X X X
Bromine Water
XXGCCECEE
Antimony Pentachloride
X XXX C X C GG
Bromochloromethane
X XXXXX X XX
Antimony Salts
NNNGEN E EN
Bromotoluene
X XNNXN X NN
Aqua Ammonia
G GGG G E E E E
Bubble Bath Compounds
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
Aqua Regia
X XXX X C C X G
Bunker Oil
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Argon
X XXC G X E NN
Butadiene
X XFX X C X F F
Arguad
E EEEEE E EE
Butandiol (Butylene Glycol)
N
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
X
Butane
X XEE E G X EN
X
X
C
X
X
X
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
G
Aromatic Tar
X NNXXX X EE
Butanoic Acid
N NNNNN N NN
Arsenic Acid
E EEEEE E EE
Butanol
E EEEEE E EE
X XXX X X X GN
Arsenic Chloride
X XECXX G XX
Butraldehyde (Butanal)
Arsenic Trichloride
X XECXX G XX
Butter (Non F.D.A.)
C
Asphalt
X XGE X X G G G
Butyl Acetate
X XXX G X C GG
ASTM Fuel A
X
X
E
E
X
G
X
N
N
Butyl Acetoacetate
X NNXXXN EE
ASTM Fuel B
X
X
X
E
X
X
X
N
N
Butyl Acrylate
X XXX X X X GG
C
G
E
E
E
G
E
E
ASTM Fuel C
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
N
N
Butyl Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
ASTM Oil No. 1
X
X
E
E
X
G
X
E
E
Butyl Aldehyde
X NNXXX X EE
ASTM Oil No. 2
X
X
G
E
X
F
X
E
E
Butylamine
G CXC C C C E E
ASTM Oil No. 3
X
X
G
E
X
F
X
E
E
Butyl Benzene
X XXX X X X E E
ASTM Oil No. 4
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
N
N
Butyl Benzyl Phthalate (BBP)
X
Automatic Trans. Fluid
X
X
G
E
X
C
X
N
N
Butyl Bromide
X XXX X X X GG
N
N
X
E
X
N
N
N
Aviation Gasoline
X
X
C
E
X
X
X
E
E
Butyl Butyrate
X XXX C X G GG
Baltic Types 100, 150, 200, 300, 500
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Butyl Carbitol
X XGGEE E EE
Bardol B
X XXX X X X E N
Butyl Cellosolve
X XGGEG E EE
Barium Carbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Butyl Chloride
X XXX C X C GG
Barium Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Butylate
N NNN N N E N E
Barium Hydroxide
E EEEEE E EE
Butylene
X XCG X X X N F
Barium Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Butyl Ether
X XGGCG C EE
Barium Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Butyl Ethyl Acetaldehyde
X
X
X
X
C
X
X
E
E
BBP (Butyl Benzyl Phthalate)
X
N
Butyl Ethyl Ether
X
X
X
X
C
G
C
E
E
Beer
E EGC E E G NN
Butyl Formate
X NXXNN N NN
N
N
X
E
X
N
N
Beet Sugar Liquors
E EEEEE E EE
Butyl Mercaptan (2-Methyl-2-Butanathiol)X XNX X N X E N
Bellows 80-20 Hydraulic Oil
N
Butyl Oleate
Benzaldehyde
X NNXGX G EE
Benzal Chloride
N
Benzene (Benzol)
X XXX X X X E G
N
N
N
N
E
X
X
G
N
N
X
N
E
E
N
E
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
X XXX G X G E E
Butyl "Oxitol" tm for EG Monobutyl Ether N NNN N N E E N
Butyl Phthalate
X XXX C X C E E
Butyl Stearate
X
X
X
G
C
X
C
E
E
83
NR
SBR
CR
NBR
IIR
CSM
EPDM
XLPE
UHMWPE
G
C
E
E
UHMWPE
C
XLPE
X
EPDM
X
CSM
X
G XXX C X C E E
IIR
C
Chloroacetic Acid
NBR
Chlorine, Water Solutions (2%)
X NNXGX X EE
CR
N NNN N N N E G
Butyraldehyde
SBR
Butylene Glycol
NR
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
Butyric Acid
G
G
X
N
G
X
G
E
E
Chloroacetone
X XXX GG X E E
Butyric Anhydride
C
X
X
C
C
G
C
E
E
Chlorobenzene
X XXX X X X GG
Cadmium Acetate
X NNXGNNNN
Chlorobenzol
X NNXXX X EE
Calcine Liquor (Radioactive Waste)
N
Chlorobromomethane
X XXX X X X G X
N
N
E
E
N
E
E
N
Calcium Acetate
C XXX E X E E E
Chlorobutane
X XXX X X X GG
Calcium Aluminate
E NEEEENNN
Chlorobutadiene
X XXX X X X GG
Calcium Arsenate
N NNN N N N E N
Chloroethylbenzene
X XXX X X X E E
Calcium Bisulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Chloroform
X XXX X X X GG
Calcium Bisulfide
G GEEEENEN
Chloronapthalene
X XXX X X X NN
Calcium Bisulfite
C EEEGE C E E
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
X XXX X X X GG
Calcium Bromide Solution
N
Chloropentane
X XCX X X X E E
Calcium Bichromate
N NNN E F N G F
Chlorophenol
X XXX X X X GG
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
Calcium Carbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Chloropropanone
X XXX C X C GG
Calcium Chlorate
G GEEGE G EN
Chlorosulfonic Acid
X XXX X C X GG
Calcium Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Chlorothene (Trichloroethane)
X XXX X X X GG
Calcium Hydroxide
E GEEEGE EE
Chlorotoluene
X XXX X X X GG
Calcium Hydrosulfide
G GEEEENEN
Chlorox
G GGNGGNGE
Calcium Hypochlorite
X XXX G F G GG
Chlorpyrifos
N NNNNN X NN
Calcium Metasilicate
E GNG G G N N N
Chrome Alum
E EEE E E E NN
Calcium Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Chrome Plating Sltns.
X
Calcium Silicate
E GNG G G N N N
Chromic Acid
X XXX X E C E E
Calcium Stearate
E NNNNN N NN
Citgo FR Fuels
N
Calcium Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Citric Acid
E EGGEE E EE
N
X
X
X
E
X
E
X
N
G
N
N
E
N
N
Calcium Sulfhydrate
E EEEEE E EE
Coal Oil
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Calcium Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Coal Tar
X
X
G
E
X
G
G
E
E
Calcium Sulfite
E EEEEE E EE
Coal Tar Naptha
X
X
F
E
X
X
X
E
E
Caliche Liquor
E EGCEE E EE
Coal Tar Pitch
X
X
G
G
X
G
X
N
N
(Crude Sodium Nitrate)
Cobalt Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Camphene (Liquid above 115°F)
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
N
N
Coconut Oil
X
X
G
E
G
G
C
E
E
Cane Sugar Liquors (Non F.D.A.)
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Cod Liver Oil
X
X
G
E
E
G
E
E
E
Caproic Acid
N NNN N N G E E
Coke Oven Gas
X
X
X
X
F
X
X
E
E
Caprolactam
E NNNNN N NN
Copper Arsenate
E EEEEE E EE
Caprylic Acid
X
E
Copper Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Carbamates
X XXX X X X E N
Copper Cyanide
E EEEEE E EE
Carbitol
X XGGEGG EE
Copper Hydrate
X NNGEGN EE
Carbitol Acetate
X XXX G X G E E
Copper Hydroxide
F
Carbolic Acid (Phenol)
X
Copper Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Carbon Bisulfide
N NNNNN N NN
N
X
N
C
X
X
G
G
G
C
N
C
E
E
E
(See Carbon Disulfide)
G
N
N
E
G
N
E
E
Copper Nitrite
E EEEEE E EE
Copper Sulphate
F EEEEE E EE
Carbon Dioxide
E EEEEE E EE
Copper Sulphide
C EEEEE E EE
Carbon Disulfide
X XXX X X X E C
Corn Oil
X XCEEGC EE
Carbonic Acid
E EEEEE E EE
Corn Syrup
G GGG G G G E N
Carbon Monoxide
E EEEEE E EE
Cottonseed Oil
X XCCCG C CG
Carbon Tetrachloride
X
X
X
C
G
X
G
C
C
Creosols
X NNXEX X EE
Carbon Tetrafluoride
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
C
C
Creosote
X NNXXX X EE
Carbonyl Chloride
X XXX E X X X X
Creosote (Wood)
X
X
C
G
X
C
X
E
E
Casein
N NNN E N N N N
Creosote (Coal Tar)
X
X
C
G
X
C
X
E
E
Cresols
X XCCXC X EE
Castor Oil
C
Caustic Potash
E GGEEE E EE
X
G
E
G
C
G
E
E
(Potassium Hydroxide)
Caustic Soda
E GGG E G E E E
(Sodium Hydroxide)
84
X
Cresylic Acid
X XCCXC X EE
Crotonaldehyde
X XXX E X C E E
Crotonic Acid
X
X
N
G
E
N
G
E
E
Crude Oil
X
X
F
E
X
X
X
E
E
N NNGGN N GN
Cellosize
X NNXEE E EE
Crude Wax
Cellosolve
X XEGGG G E E
Cryolite
X XGE X X X NN
Cellulose Acetate
C XCX G C G GG
Cumene
X XXC C X X E E
Cellulube
C XXX G X E E E
Cupric Arsenate
G
Cement, Portland
N NNNENNNE
Cupric Carbonate
C CGGEG E EE
X
G
E
G
G
G
E
E
G
N
N
N
G
N
E
N
China Wood Oil (Tung Oil)
X
Cupric Chloride
C CGEEE E EE
Chlordane
N NXXNX X EN
Cupric Cyanide
G GGG G G G E N
Chlorinated Napthalene
X XXX X X N NN
Cupric Hydroxide
N NNNNN N NN
Chlorinated Solvents
X XNNXX X XX
Cupric Nitrate
C CGEEE E EE
Chlorine Dioxide
X XXX X C X GG
Cupric Nitrite
C CGEEE E EE
Chlorine Gas (Dry)
C
C
X
C
C
G
C
G
G
Cupric Sulfate
F EGEEE E EE
Chlorine Trifluoride
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
N
N
NBR
IIR
CSM
EPDM
XLPE
UHMWPE
X
G
N
N
N
N
N
Cutting Oil (Water Soluble)
N
N
X
E
N
N
N
N
N
Cyanide, Copper
G GGG G G G E N
Cyanide, Mercuric
G GEGG E G E N
Diethanol Amine
G GGG E F F E E
Cyanide, Silver
N NENNN N E N
Diethyl Benzene
X XXX X X X E E
X
CR
X
N
Dieldrin In Xylene
SBR
UHMWPE
X
E
NR
XLPE
E
X
EPDM
NBR
G
CSM
CR
X
N
IIR
SBR
X
N
NR
Cutting Oil
Cutting Oil (Sulfur Base)
X
G
G
X
X
X
E
E
And Water Spray
Diesel Fuel
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Diesel Oil
X
X
G
E
X
C
X
E
E
Cyanide, Sodium
E EEE E E E EN
Diethyl Carbonal
E NNEEENEE
Cyclohexane
X XXG X X X E E
Diethyl Ether
X
X
C
G
X
X
X
E
E
Cyclohexanol
X XGC X X X E E
Diethyl Ketone
F
X
N
N
G
X
N
E
E
Cyclohexanone
X XXX X X X E E
Diethylphthalate
X XXX E X G E E
Cyclohexlamine
N XNNEN E NN
Diethyl Oxalate
C XXX C X E E E
Cyclopentane
X XGG X X X E E
Diethyl Sebacate
X XXX E X C E E
Cyclopentanol
X XNN X X N E E
Diethyl Sulfate
X XXX G X G E E
Cyclopentanone
X NNXXXNNN
Diethyl Sulfide
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
P-Cymene
X XXC X X X E E
Diethyl Triamine
G
C
G
G
E
C
G
E
E
DDT In Kerosene
X
Diethylacetaldehyde
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
X
G
E
F
X
X
E
E
N
Decaline
X XXX X X X E E
Diethylamine
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
Decanal
X NNXXXNNN
Diethylene Dioxide
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
N
Decanol
X NXE X G N NN
Diethylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Decane
X XXG X X X E E
Diethylene Glycol Methyl Ether
X
X
N
N
X
X
E
E
Decyl Alcohol
X NNEEE E EE
Diethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
Decyl Aldehyde
X NNXXXNNN
Diethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether Acetate N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
Decyl Butyl Phthalate
X
Diethylenetriamine
G GCG E C E
E
E
Deicing Fluid
NNEEEGE EE
Dihydroxyacetone
N
E
N
N
N
X
E
X
N
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
Denatured Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
Dihydroxydiethyl Ether
E EEE EN E E E
Detergent, Water Sltn.
G
G
G
E
G
G
E
E
E
Dihydroxyethyl Amine
G
Developing Fluid (pic)
E
G
E
E
E
E
G
N
N
Dihydroxyethyl Ether
E EGEEEGEE
C
G
G
E
C
G
E
E
Dextrin
N NEE X N E E N
Diisobutylene
X XGE X X X E E
Dextron
N NNEXN X XN
Diisobutyl Ketone
X XXX G X G E E
DHSO Butylene
X
Diisobutyl Phenol
E
Diacetone Alcohol
X XGX E G G E E
Diisocyanate
X XXXXX X XX
Diamonium Phosphate
N NNNNN N NN
Diisoctyl Phthalate
X
Diamylamine
G CEG E C C E E
Diisocytl Adipate
X NNXEXNEE
Diamyl Naphthalene
X
Diisodecyl Adipate
X XEX X C E E E
Diamyl Phenol
X NNXXX X EE
Diisodecyl Phthalate
X XXX E C E E E
X
X
X
N
G
N
X
X
X
X
X
N
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
N
E
N
X
N
E
N
N
N
N
Diamylene
X NNXXXN EE
Diisooctyl Adipate
X XXX E X E E E
Diazonin
E ENNNN E NN
Diisooctyl Phthalate
X XXX E C E E E
Dibenzyl Ether
X XXX G X X E E
Diisopropanolamine
G
N
N
G
E
N
N
N
N
Dibenzyl Sebacate
C XXX G X G E E
Diisopropyl Benzene
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
E
E
Dibromobenzene
X XXX X X X GG
Diisopropyl Ether
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
E
E
Dibromomethane
X XXX X X X GG
Diisopropyl Ketone
X XXX E X E E E
Dibutyl Ether
X XXX X X C E E
Diisopropylidene Acetone
X
Dibutylamine
G FGE F F G E E
Dilauryl Ether
X XXCXC X
EE
Dibutylphthalate
X XXX G X E E E
Dimethyl Aniline
X
E
Dibutyl Sebacate
X XXX G X G GG
Dimethyl Benzene
X NNXXX X EE
X
X
X
X
X
X
G
G
X
X
G
X
E
N
N
Dicalcium Phosphate
E EEEEE E EE
Dimethyl Carbonal
E NNEEE E EE
Dicamba
N NNN N N E E E
Dimethyl Ether
X XXX G X E E E
Dichloroacetic Acid
X NNXXX X EE
Dimethyl Formamide
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
E
N
Dichloroaniline
N XXX XN X NN
Dimethyl Ketone
G
F
F
X
E
F
E
E
E
Dichlorobenzene
X XXX X X X GG
Dimethyl Phenol
X NNXXX X EE
Dichlorobenzyl
X XXX X X X GN
Dimethyl Phthalate
X XXX E X G E E
Dichlorobutane
X XXX X X X E E
Dimethyl Sulfate
X XXX G X X E E
Dichlorodifluorometh
X XEG X X X E E
Dimethyl Sulfide
X
X
X
X
C
X
X
G
G
Dichloroethane
X XXX C X X E C
Dimethyl Terephthalate
N
X
X
X
X
N
N
N
N
Dichloroethyl Ether
X XXX X X X E E
Dimethylamine
G FGG E F E E E
Dichloroethylene
X XXX C X X E X
Dimethylaminoethanol
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
E
N
Dichlorohexane
X XXX X X X E E
Dimethylaniline
X
X
X
X
X
X
C
G
G
Dichloroisopropyl Ether
X XXX X X X E E
Dimethylbenzene
X XXX X X X E E
Dichloromethane
X XXX X X X E E
Dimethylcarbinol
G GGEEGE EE
Dichloropentane
X XXX X X X E E
Dimethylformamide (DMF)
C
C
C
X
C
C
C
E
E
Dichloropropane
X XNN X X N E E
DMP (Dimethylaminomethyl phenol)
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
Dichlorotoluene
N NNNNN N NN
Dinitrobenzene
X XCX C X C E E
Dicyclohexylamine
N NNNNN N NN
Dinitrotoluene
X XXX X X X E E
DIDA (Diisodecyl Adipate)
X
N
N
X
E
X
N
N
N
Dioctyl Adipate (DOA)
X
Dieldrin In Xylene
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
E
Dioctylamine
G GXG E C G E E
X
X
X
E
X
G
E
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
E
85
CR
NBR
IIR
CSM
EPDM
XLPE
UHMWPE
NR
SBR
CR
NBR
IIR
CSM
EPDM
UHMWPE
SBR
Dioctyl Phosphite
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
E
N
Ethyl Isobutyrate
X
N
X
X
X
N
X
E
N
ioctyl Phthalate (DOP)
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Ethyl Mercaptan
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
N
Dioctyl Sebacate (DOS)
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Ethyl Pentachlorobenzene
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
N
Dioxane
X XXX G X G E E
Ethyl Phthalate
X
X
N
X
G
N
N
E
N
Dioxolane
X XXX C X G E E
Ethyl Propionate
X
N
X
X
X
N
X
N
N
Dipentene
X
Ethyl Silicate
G
G
E
E
N
N
G
E
N
NNEEEGE EE
X
N
X
N
N
X
G
N
XLPE
NR
RESISTANCE TABLES
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TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
Dipentene (Limonene)
X XXX C X X E E
Ethylbutanol
Diphenyl (Biphenyl)
X XXX X X X E E
Ethylamine
F F NN G F N N E
Diphenyl Oxide (Phenyl Ether)
X
E
Ethylene Bromide
X XXX X X X GG
X
X
X
X
C
X
E
Diphenyl Phthalate
X NNXEXNEE
Ethylene Chloride
X XXX X X X GG
Dipropylene Glycol
E NNEENNEE
Ethylene Chlorohydrin
N
Dipropyl Ketone
X XXX G X G E E
Ethylene Diamine
G GEEEF E EE
N
X
X
G
N
X
E
N
Dipropylamine
G GGG E C E E E
Ethylene Dibromide
X XXX X X X G F
Dirco Oils
N
Ethylene Dichloride
X XXX X X X GG
Disodium Phosphate
E EEEEE E EE
Ethylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Distillate Fuel Oil
N
Ethylene Glycol Monoethylether
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
Divinyl Benzene
X XXX X X X E E
Ethylene Glycol Monoethylether Acetate
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
Dodecyl Benzene
X XXX X X X E E
Ethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
Dodecylphenol
N
Ethylene Glycol N-Butyl Ether
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
Dodecyl Toluene
X XXX X X X E E
Ethylene Oxide
X XXX X X C C C
Dolomite
N
N
E
N
N
E
G
N
N
Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA)
N
Dowfume W 40, 100%
X
X
C
X
X
C
C
G
G
Ethylene Trichloride
X XXX C X X GG
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
X
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
E
E
G
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
N
Dow-Per (Perchloroethylene)
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
E
E
Dowtherm Oil, A and E
X
X
X
X
X
C
X
E
E
Ethyl Formate
X XXX G X C E E
Dowtherm S.R.I.
E EEEEE E EE
Ethyl Hexanol
E EEEEE E EE
Dry Cleaning Fluids
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
E
G
Ethyl Methyl Ketone
C
Duro Oils
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Ethyl Oxalate
E EXXEXG EE
EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid) N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
Ethyl Propyl Ether
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
E
Emulsion (Oil in Water)
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
E
Ethyl Propyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Enamels
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
E
N
Ethyl Sulfate
X XXX G X G E E
Epichlorohydrin
X XXX C C G GG
Ethylhexanediol
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
E
N
Epoxy Resin
N
N
Ethylhexoic Acid
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
E
N
Essential Oils
X
X
Ethanoic Acid
N
N
Ethanol (Grain Alcohol)
X
X
X
N
E
E
N
(Trichloroethylene)
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
N
G
N
G
E
N
N
X
G
N
Ethylhexyl Acetate
N
N
X
X
N
X
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Ethylhexyl Acrylate
N
N
N
X
N
N
N
G
N
X
X
X
X
N
G
Ethylhexyl Alcohol
E EENEN E
EE
Ethanolamine
G GGG E C E C E
Ethylhexyl Phosphorodieth
X
N
N
E
X
X
X
X
N
Ethers
X XXX F F C E E
EX. TRI (Trichloroethylene)
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
G
G
Ethyl Acetate
X XXX G X C E E
Fatty Acids
X
X
C
C
X
X
X
E
E
Ethyl Acetoacetate
X XXX G X G E E
Fatty Alcohol, Blend
E
E
E
E
E
N
E
E
E
Ethyl Acrylate
X XXX C X X GG
Fatty Petroleum Alcohol
N
N
N
E
E
N
E
E
E
Ethyl Alcohol
X
Ferric Bromide
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Ethyl Aldehyde
F NNN E E N E E
Ferric Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Ehtyl Aluminum Dichloride 90°F
X
N
N
X
X
X
N
N
N
Ferric Nitrate
N
Ethyl Benzene
X
X
X
F
X
X
X
G
G
Ferric Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
X
X
X
X
X
X
N
G
N
G
G
G
G
G
E
N
Ethyl Benzoate
X
X
C
G
G
C
G
E
E
Ferrous Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Ethyl Bromide
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
G
N
Ferrous Ammonium Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Ethyl Butanol
E EEEEE E EE
Ferrous Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Ethyl Butyrate
X
X
X
X
G
N
N
E
N
Ferrous Hydroxide
G CEGEG E EE
Ethyl Butyl Acetate
X
N
N
X
E
G
N
E
E
Ferrous Nitrate
N
Ethyl Butyl Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
Ferrous Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
N
G
G
G
G
G
E
N
Ethyl Butyl Amine
G
C
G
G
E
C
G
E
E
Fertilizer (Liquid Manure)
E EEEEE E EE
Ethyl Butyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Fire-Resistant Hydra-Fluid (Texaco)
N
Ethyl Butyraldehyde
X NNXGX N EE
Fish Oil
X XEEEE E EE
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Ethyl Cellulose
G GGG G G G E E
Fluoroboric Acid
E CGEEE E EE
Ethyl Chloride
F FFF XX X EG
Fluorine
X XXXXX X XX
Ethyl Chloroformate
N
G
Fluosilicic Acid
G GGG E E G E E
Ethyl Dichloride
X XXX X X X GG
Formaldehyde
C CGG E C G E E
N
N
X
N
N
X
G
Ethylene
X XGE X C X E E
Formalin (37-50% HCHO with 15% MeOH)X
Ethyl Ether
X
X
X
C
C
X
X
E
E
Formamide
Ethyl Ether Acetate
N
N
N
X
N
N
G
E
N
Formic Acid
G
G
C
X
E
F
E
C
E
Ethyl Formate
X NNXGX G EE
FR Fluid D
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Ethyl Hexoic Acid
X
N
N
X
X
G
N
E
E
Freon So 2
N
N
E
N
N
N
E
N
N
Ethyl Hexyl Acetate
X
N
N
X
E
G
N
E
E
Freon 11
X XGEXE X EE
Ethyl Iodide
X
N
X
X
X
X
X
N
N
Freon 12
X
Ethyl Isobutyl Ether
X
N
N
G
X
G
X
E
E
Freon 13
E EEEEE E EE
X
G
G
G
G
E
E
N
E EEEEE E EE
X
G
G
X
X
X
G
G
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
Freon 21
X XGX X X X E E
Heptane
X XEE XG X E E
Freon 22
X XXEEX E EE
Heptane Carboxylic Acid
X
Freon 31
G
Heptanol
E EEEEE E EE
G
E
X
E
G
E
E
E
N
N
X
X
G
N
E
E
Freon 32
E EEEEE E EE
Hexaldehyde
N NNN N N E E E
Freon 112
X XGGXG X EE
Hexane
X XEE X F X E E
Freon 113
C GEEXE X EE
Hexanol
E EEEEE E EE
Freon 114
E EEEEE E EE
Hexene
X XGGXG X EE
Freon 115
E EEEEE E EE
Hexylamine
G CGG G C G E E
Freon 142b
E EEEEE E EE
Hexylene
X XGE X X C G G
Freon 152a
E EEE E C E E E
Hexylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Freon 218
E EEEEE E EE
Hexyl Methyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Freon C316
E EEEEE E EE
Hi-Tri (Trichloroethylene)
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
G
G
Freon C318
E EEEEE E EE
Honey
E NEENN E NN
Freon 13B1
E EEEEE E EE
Houghto-Safe 1055,1110, 1115, 1120,1130N NNXEN E EN
Freon 114B2
X CEGXEXEE
Houghto-Safe 271, 416, 520, & 616, 620 N NNEEN E EN
Freon 502
E EEGEE E EE
Houghto-Safe 5046
Freon TF
C GEEEE E EE
Houghto-Safe 625, 640 & 525 Under 100° FN NNEEN E EN
N NNEEN X EN
Freon T-WD602
C GGEEGGEE
Hy-Chock Oil
N NNENNN EN
Freon TMC
G CGGGG G E E
Hydrafluid 760 (Texaco & Houghton)
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Freon T-P35
E EEEEE E EE
Hydrafluid AZR&O, A, B, AA, C
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Freon TA
E EEEEE E EE
Hydrasol A (Textile Drying)
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Freon TC
X GEEEEGEE
Hydraulic Fluid (Petroleum)
X
X
G
E
X
G
X
E
E
Freon MF
X
Hydraulic Fluid
X XXX E X E E E
G
C
E
X
G
X
E
E
Freon BF
X XGGXG X EE
Fuel A (ASTM)
X
X
G
E
X
F
X
E
E
Fuel B (ASTM)
X
X
F
E
X
X
X
G
G
X
C
G
X
X
X
G
G
(Phosphate Ester Base)
Hydraulic Fluid
G GEEEE E EE
(Poly Alkylene Glycol Base)
Fuel ASTM C
X
Hydraulic & Motor Oil
X
Fuel Oil
X XGEXE X EE
Hydrazine
X XXX G X G E N
Fumaric Acid
E EGE X G X E E
Hydrazine Hydrate
X XXX G X G E N
Furan
X XXX C X C E E
Hydrazine Solution
X XXX G X G E N
Furfural
X XCX GG G E E
Hydrobromic Acid
E XXFEEGEE
Furfuryl Alcohol
X XCX C C C E E
Hydrochloric Acid, 37%
E
X
X
X
F
X
X
E
E
Fyrguard 150, 200
N
N
N
E
E
N
E
E
N
Hydrochloric Acid, 50%
E
C
X
X
G
E
C
E
E
Fyrquel 15R&O 220R&O, 550R&O
N
N
N
E
E
N
E
E
N
Hydrochloric Acid, 100%
G
C
X
X
C
G
C
E
E
Fyrquel 90, 150 220, 550, 1000
N
N
N
E
E
N
E
E
N
Hydrocianic Acid
G FEFGE C E E
Gallic Acid
E EGGGG G E E
Hydro-Drive Oil (Houghton)
N
Gasohol
X XGG X X X G E
Hydroflouric Acid
X XXX E E X C E
Hydrogen Chloride
N NNNNN N NN
Gasoline (oxgenated-Blended with MTBE)X X G G X X X G E
Gasoline - Regular
X
X
E
E
X
C
X
E
E
X
N
C
N
E
E
X
X
G
N
X
X
E
N
E
N
Anhydrous
Gasoline - Hi-Test
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Hydrogen Bromide Liquified
X
Gasoline - Lead Free
X
X
G
G
X
X
X
E
E
Hydrogen Dioxide-10%
X XNNFNNNG
Gasoline (White)
X
X
G
G
X
X
X
G
N
Hydrogen Fluoride
X XNX G N E NN
Gas, Coal
N NNNNN N NN
Hydrogen Gas
G GEEEGE EE
Gas, High Octane
X
Hydrogen Peroxide, 3%
E
G
C
G
E
E
G
E
E
Gelatin
E EEEEE E EE
Hydrogen Peroxide , 10%
X
X
C
X
C
C
C
E
E
Glacial Acetic Acid
N
E
Hydrogen Peroxide 30%
X
X
X
X
X
X
C
E
E
Glauber's Salt
E ENNNN E NN
Hydrogen Peroxide, 90%
X
X
X
X
X
X
C
G
G
Gluconic Acid
X
Hydrogen Sulfide
X XEX E G E E E
Glucose
E EGGEE G EG
Hydrolube NNGEGNENE
Glue
E EEEEE E EE
Hydroquinone
G GXX G C G E E
X
N
X
G
X
C
E
N
C
X
X
C
X
N
G
X
G
C
E
E
E
E
E
X
N
X
X
N
E
N
N
Glycerine (Glycerol)
E EEEEE E EE
Hydroxyacetic Acid Solution
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
E
Glycerol Monolaurate
N NNN E N E E E
Hydroxyethyl Acrylate (HEA)
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
E
E
Glycol FR Fluids
N
Hydroxyethyl Acrylate Acid (HEA Acid)
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
X
E
E
N
N
E
E
N
E
N
N
E
Glycols
E EEEEE E EE
Hydroxypropyl Acrylate Acid
N
Glyphosate
N NNN N N E N E
Hylene
X XXX G X G NN
Graffinite
X NNEXXXXN
Hypochlorous Acid
GGGXGEGEE
Graphite
E NNN N N N N E
Ink Oil (Linseed Oil Base)
X
X
G
G
G
G
G
E
E
Grease
X XEX F X E G E
Insulating Oil
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Green Sulfate Liquor
E EGEEE E EE
Iodine
X XXX X F X E E
Halium
E EEE E E E NN
Iron Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Halowax Oil
X XXX X X X E E
Iron Hydroxide
C CEGEGG EE
Heptachlor in Petroleum Solvents
X
X
G
G
X
X
X
E
E
Iron Salts
E EEEEE E EE
Heptachlor in Petroleum Solvents, X
X
G
G
X
X
X
E
E
Iron Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Water Spray
Heptanal (Heptaldehyde)
X XXX X X G E E
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
Iron Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Isoamyl Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
87
NR
SBR
CR
NBR
IIR
CSM
EPDM
XLPE
UHMWPE
UHMWPE
X
G
X
E
N
Isoamyl Butyrate
X XXX C X C GG
Magnesium Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Isoamyl Chloride
X XXX C X X GG
Magnesium Carbonate
E EEEEE E EE
XLPE
E
EPDM
E
CSM
X
X XNENE N EN
IIR
X
Maganese Salts
NBR
Machine Oil Under 135°F
X XXX X X X GG
CR
E EEE E E E EG
Isoamyl Bromide
SBR
Isoamyl Alcohol
NR
RESISTANCE TABLES
88
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
Isoamyl Ether
X XXX X X X E E
Magneseum Chloride
E EEEEEGEE
Isoamyl Phthalate
X XXX E X G E E
Magnesium Chloride Brine
E
Isobutane
X XEE X X E E E
Magnesium Hydrate
E GEG E G E E E
Isobutanol (Isobutyl Alcohol)
E EEEEE E EE
Magneseum Hydroxide
E EEEEEGEE
Isobutyl Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Magnesium Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
N
G
E EEEEE E EE
Isobutyl Bromide
X XXX X X X GG
Malathion 50 in Aromatic Solvents
X
X
C
C
X
X
X
E
E
Isobutyl Carbinol
E EGEEE E EE
Malathion 50 in Aromatic Solvents,
X
X
E
E
X
X
X
E
E
E
E
E
E
Magnesium Sulfate G
E
E
Magnesium Oxide, Slurry
C
N
E
C XXX G X G E E
G
N
N
G
X
G
N
Isobutyl Aldehyde
X
E
E
Isobutyl Amine
C
N
N
N
Isobutyl Chloride
X XXX X X X GG
Isobutylene
X XXX E X X E E
Maleic Acid
Water Spray
X XXFXF F GG
Isobutyl Ether
X XXX X X X E E
Maleic Anhydride
X XCX C X C E E
Isocyanates
C XXX G C G GG
Malic Acid
E GCG X G X E E
Isooctane
X XEE XG X E E
Malt Extract (Maltine)
N
Isooctyl Alcohol
N NNN N N E E E
Manganese Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
E
Isooctyl Thioglycolate
N NNN N N G E N
Manganese Sulfide
C EGEEEGEE
Isopentane
X XEE X X X GG
Manganese Sulfite
C EGEEEGEE
Isophorone
N NNX E N E G G
Maxmul (Penzoil Hydraulic Fluid)
N
Isopropyl Amine
G
Mek
G XXX G X G E G
C
E
G
E
C
G
E
E
N
G
E
N
N
N
N
N
Isopropyl Acetate
X XXX E C G E E
Mercuric Chloride
G
G
C
C
G
G
C
E
E
Isopropyl Alcohol (Iso-propanol)
E
Mercuric Cynaide Solution
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
E
N
Isopropyl Amine
G XECGC G EE
Mercurous Nitrate Solution
N
N
N
N
N
N
G
E
E
Isopropyl Benzene
X XXX X X X E E
Mercury
E EEEEE E EE
Isopropyl Chloride
X XXX X X X GG
Mercury Vapors
E EEEEE E EE
Isopropyl Ether
X XXCXC X EE
Mesityl Oxide (Methyl Isobutenyl Ketone)X XXX G X G E E
E
E
E
E
E
E
G
G
Isopropyl Toluene
X XXX X X X E E
Mesitylene
X XXX XN X NN
Jet Fuels
X
Metallic Soaps
X
Kerosene
X XCE X F X E E
Methacrylic Acid
X XGX G C G E E
Ketchup
N NEENN N NN
Methallyl Alcohol
G
Ketoglutaric Acid
N NNN N N G E E
Methane
X XGE X G X E E
X
G
E
X
F
X
E
E
X
N
N
N
E
E
X
G
G
G
X
N
E
N
E
N
Ketones
G GXXGX E EE
Methanoic Acid
N NNNNN E NN
Lacquer
X XXX X X N NN
Methanol
E EEEEE E EE
Lacquer Solvents
X XXX X X X E E
Lactic Acid - Cold
G
G
E
X
E
G
X
C
N
Methyl Acetate
F XXX G X G E E
Lactic Acid - Hot
X
X
X
X
N
C
X
N
N
Methyl Acetoacetate
X NXXGX GNN
Lactol
N NGG N N N E N
Methyl Acetone
X NNXGX E NN
Lard
X XGE X X C E E
Methyl Acrylate
C XCX G X G E E
Lasso (Alachlor)
N NNN N N N E N
Methylacrylic Acid
X
Latex Paint
G
Methylaniline
N NXX N G G E E
G
N
E
G
N
E
E
E
(Methyl Alcohol)
X
N
G
E
N
G
E
E
Lauryl Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
Methyl Alcohol (Methanol)
E EEEEE E EE
Lavender Oil
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
G
N
Methylallyl Alcohol
G
N
N
E
G
G
N
N
N
Lead Acetate
X
X
G
G
E
X
G
E
E
Methylamine (30-40% in water)
N
N
N
X
N
N
G
E
N
Lead Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Methyl Benzene (Toluene)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
E
Lead Sulfamate
G GEG E G E E E
Methyl Bromide
X
X
X
G
G
X
G
E
E
Lead Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Methyl Butanathiol
X XNNXN X EN
Lead. Tetraethyl
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
G
N
Methyl Butanol
NNNEENE EE
Lead, Tetramethyl
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
N
N
Methyl Butyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Lecithin
N NGX N N N E N
Methyl Carbitol
X
X
N
N
X
X
E
E
N
Ligroin
X XEE X X X E E
Methyl Cellosolve
X XGCGC G EE
Lime
X XCFEEGEE
Methyl Chloride
X
Lime, Chlorinated
G GXG G X G E E
Methyl Chloroform
X XXX X X X GN
Lime Sulphur Solution
X
Methyl Chloroformate
X XXX X X X NN
Limonene
X XNX NN X G E
Methyl Cyclohexane
X XXX X X X GG
Lindol (Tricresyl Phosphate)
X
Methyl Ethyl Acetate
X
Linoleic Acid
X XXX X X X NN
Methyl Ethyl Alcohol
E NNEEE E EE
X
X
E
X
X
X
X
E
G
G
G
E
E
E
E
E
X
N
X
N
F
X
X
E
X
G
E
X
G
E
F
G
Linseed Oil
X XGEECGEE
Methyl Ethyl Carbinol
E NNEEE E EE
Liquid Petroleum Gas
X
E
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
X
Liquid Soap
E EEEEE E EE
Methyl Hexanone
X NNXGX NNN
Liquified Natural Gas
X XXXXX X XX
Methylcyanide
N NNNNN X NN
Lubricating Oils
X
E
Methylene Bromide
X XXX X X X G C
Lye Solution
G GGEEE E EG
Methylene Chloride
X XXX X X X E G
X
X
G
C
E
E
X
X
G
F
X
X
E
E
N
N
X
G
X
N
E
E
CSM
UHMWPE
IIR
XLPE
NBR
EPDM
CR
X
G
G
F
E
E
X
G
E
E
Nitric Acid - 30%
X
X
X
X
F
F
F
G
G
Methyl Formate
C
C
G
X
G
C
G
G
G
Nitric Acid - 30% - 70%
X
X
X
X
F
F
C
F
F
Methyl Hexanol
E EEEEE E EE
Nitrobenzene
X XXX X X X E E
Methyl Hexyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Nitroethane
G GCX G G X E N
Methyl Isoamyl Ketone
X
N
N
X
G
X
N
N
N
Nitrogen Gas
E EEEEE E EE
Methyl Isobutenyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Nitrogen Oxide
X XXX E E G E N
Methyl Isobutyl Carbinol
G
C
G
G
E
G
E
E
E
Nitrogen Tetraoxide
X XXXXX X XX
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK)
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Nitromethane
G GCX G C G E E
Methyl Isopropyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Nitropropane
C CCX E C G E E
Methyl Methacrylate
X XXX X G G GN
Methyl Methacrylate Monomer, Inhibited X XXX X X X NN
Methyl Normal Amyl Ketone
X
Methyl Phenol
X XXX G X N GN
N
N
X
G
X
G
E
E
NR
SBR
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
X
G
IIR
X
X
NBR
X
X
CR
Nitric Acid - 20%
X
SBR
X XXX X X X E N
G
NR
Methylene Dichloride
Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)
Nitrous Oxide Gas
E EEEEE E EE
Nonenes
X NNE X X X E E
Octadecanoic Acid
X
Octane
X XGE X X X G G
X
G
E
G
X
C
E
E
Methyl Propyl Carbinol
E EEEEE E EE
Octanol (Octyl Alcohol)
G
Methyl Propyl Ether
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
E
Octyl Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Methyl Propyl Ketone
X
X
X
X
G
X
G
E
E
Octyl Aldehyde
X NNXXXNNN
Methyl Salicylate
X XXX G X G GG
Octyl Amine
C CGC G C G E E
Methyl Sulfate
X XXX G X X E N
Octyl Carbinol
E EEEEE E EE
Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E
X
Octylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Methylallyl Acetate
X
N
N
X
E
G
E
E
E
Oil, Astm #1
X
X
E
E
X
G
X
E
E
Methylallyl Chloride
X NNXXXNGE
Oil, Astm #2
X
X
E
E
X
C
X
E
E
E
G
E
G
G
G
G
E
E
Methyldiethanolamine
X NNE X X X E E
Oil, Astm #3
X
X
C
G
E
X
X
E
Metribuzin
N NNN N N E N E
Oil - Petroleum
X
X
E
E
X
F
X
E
E
Mineral Oil
X
X
C
E
X
G
X
E
E
Oil of Turpentine
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
G
G
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
N
Mineral Spirits
X
Oils, Animal (high fatty acid content)
X
X
G
E
G
X
X
G
Molasses
G GGG E E E E N
Oleic Acid
X
X
F
C
G
X
G
E
E
Molten Sulfur
X
Oleum (Fuming Sulf Acid)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
N
N
G
F
X
X
N
Monochlorobenzene
X XXX X X X GG
Olive Oil
X XGEEGGEE
Monochlorodifluoromethane
X XEX E X E E E
Organic Fatty Acids
X
Ortho-Dichlorobenzene
X XXX X X X E E
(Freon 22)
N
N
E
X
X
X
E
E
Monoehanolamine
G CGC G G G E E
Orthodichlorobenzol
X NNXXX X EE
Monochloroacetic Acid
G NNXXX X EE
Orthoxylene
X XNN X X X E G
Monoethylamine
X XXX G X E GN
OS 45 Hydraulic Fluid (Silicate Ester Base)X XEGXG X NN
Monoisopropanol Amine
G
Oxalic Acid
F FGF E G E E E
Monomethylether
G GEEEC C EE
Oxygen, Cold
G GGG E G G E E
X XXX X X X E E
N
N
G
E
X
N
E
E
Monopentaerythritol Solution
N NNN N N E E E
Oxygen, Hot
Monosodium Phosphate
G GXNGN G EN
Ozone
X FGXGEEEE
Monovinyl Acetate
X XXX G C C E E
Paint Thinner
X XXX X X X E E
Morpholine
N NNXNN X NN
Paint (Emulsion or Latex)
N
N
N
G
N
N
G
E
E
Motor Oil - 40W
X
Paint (Oil or Solvent Based)
X
X
N
G
X
X
X
E
N
X
C
E
E
C
C
G
E
X
E
E
X
X
X
E
E
Muriatic Acid
E XXX F X F E E
Palmitic Acid
X
Mustard
E EEN E E N NN
Palm Oil
X XGEEGGEE
N-Octane
X XGG X X X G N
Papermakers Alum
E EEEEE E EE
Naphtha
X XGE X X X E E
Para-Dichlorobenzene
X XXX X X X GG
Naphtlalene
X XXX X X X E E
Paraffin Wax
X XGEXX X XX
Naphthenic Acids
X
Paraformaldehyde
X XGGGG G E E
Natural Gas
X XFFXF X CX
Paraldehyde
X NNXGX G EE
Neatsfoot Oil
X
Paraxylene
X NNN X X N E E
Neohexane
N NGENN X NN
Peanut Oil
X
Neon Gas
E EEE E E X NN
Pelargonic Acid
X NNEEXNEE
Neu-Tri (Trichloroethylene)
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
G
G
Pentachloroethane
X XNN X X N E E
Neutral Oil
X
X
G
G
X
N
X
E
E
Pentachlorophenol in Oil
X
Nickel Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Pentane
X XEE XG X E E
Nickel Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Pentanol
E NNEEE E EE
Nickel Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Pentatone
X NNXGX N EE
X
X
X
X
G
C
G
E
G
X
G
G
X
G
G
X
G
G
E
E
E
E
E
Nickel Plating Solution
E
Nickel Salts
E EEE E E E EN
E
X
X
G
X
E
X
C
E
G
N
X
X
E
E
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
E
E
Perchloric Acid-2N
GGEXGECEE
Perchchloroethylene
X XXX X X X GG
Nickel Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Petrolatum
X XEE X C X E E
Niter Cake
E EEEEE E EE
Petroleum, Crude
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Nitric Acid, Conc (16N)
X
X
X
X
G
G
E
G
N
Petroleum Ether (Naptha)
X
X
E
E
X
X
X
E
E
Nitric Acid, Red Fuming
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Petroleum Naptha
X XXXXX X XX
Nitric Acid - 10%
X
X
X
X
G
G
G
E
E
Petroleum Oils
X
X
E
E
X
C
X
E
E
Nitric Acid - 13N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
N
N
Petroleum Paraffin Wax
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
G
G
Nitric Acid - 13N + 5%
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Phenol
F FFX E F F E E
89
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
RESISTANCE TABLES
90
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
Phenol Acid
X XXX G X G GN
Pyroligneous Acid
C CGC G G G E E
Phenolates
N NXXNX NNN
Pyrrole
C GXXGX C EE
Phenolsulfonic Acid
X XCX C X C GG
Quenching Oil
N NGGNN N NN
Phenyl Chloride
X XXX X X X E E
Quintolubric 822
N
N
G
E
X
N
G
E
N
Phenylhydrazine
C XXX G C C E E
Rando Oils
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Phorone
X XXX E X G E E
Rape Seed Oil
X
X
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
Phosgene (Carbonyl Chloride)
X
Red Oil (Crude Oleic Acid)
X
X
G
G
G
G
G
E
E
Phosphate Esters
X XXX E X E E E
Refined Wax (Petroleum)
X
X
G
E
N
N
N
E
N
Phosphoric Acid 10%
E EEEEE E EE
Refrigerant 11 - Freon
X
X
C
E
X
F
F
G
G
Phosphoric Acid 10%-85%
F
F
G
F
E
E
E
E
E
Refrigerant 12 - Freon
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
G
G
X
X
X
E
X
E
E
E
X
X
X
G
X
X
X
X
Phosphorous Trichloride
X
Refrigerant 22 - Freon
X
X
E
X
E
X
X
E
E
Pickling Solution
C CCC C C C E E
Richfield A Weed Killer, 100%
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
G
G
Picric Acid, Molten
C
C
C
C
C
G
C
X
X
Richfield B Weed Killer, 33%
X
X
G
G
G
C
X
G
G
Picric Acid, Water Solution
E
C
G
G
E
E
G
E
E
Rosin Oil
X
X
E
E
X
G
X
E
E
Pinene
X XXE X X X E E
Rotenone And Water
E EEEEE E EE
Pine Oil
X
Rubilene Oils
N
Piperidine
X XXX X X X GG
Sal Ammoniac
E EEEEE E EE
X
X
F
F
X
X
E
E
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Pitch
X XGG X C X E E
Salicylic Acid
E GXXEE E EE
Plating Solutions, Chrome
X
Sea Water
E EEEEE E EE
X
G
G
E
C
E
E
E
Plating Solutions, Others
E
E
G
G
E
C
E
E
E
Sevin
N NNN N N G G N
Polyvinyl Acetate Emulsion (PVA)
C
C
G
C
E
G
E
E
E
Sewage
F FGEFEGEE
Polyethylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Silicate of Soda
E EEEEE E EE
Polypropylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Silicone of Soda (Sodium Silicate)
E
Polyurethane Foam Under 125°F
N
Silicate Esters
X XEGXEXEE
N
N
N
G
N
G
E
N
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Potassium Acetate
X XXX E X G E E
Silicone Greases
E EEEEE E EE
Potassium Bicarbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Silicone Oil
E FEEEE F EE
Potassium Bisulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Silver Cyanide
N NENNN N E N
Potassium Bisulfite
E EEEEE E EE
Silver Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Potassium Bromide
E EEE E E E EN
Skelly Solvent
X
X
G
E
X
C
X
E
E
Potassium Carbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Skydrol Hydraulic Fluids
X
X
X
X
E
X
E
E
E
Potassium Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Soap, Liquid
G GEEGE E EN
Potassium Chromate
X XFX E F G GG
Soap Oil
N NXXNX N EG
Potassium Cyanide
E EEEEE E EE
Soap Solutions
G EGEEE E EE
Potassium Dichromate
X XGX E F G E E
Soda Ash
E EEEEE E EE
Potassium Hydrate
E GGG E G E E E
Soda, Caustic (Sodium Hydroxide)
E
Potassium Hydroxide
E ECEEE E EE
Soda Lime
E EGGEG E EE
Potassium Iodide
N NEENE E NN
Soda Niter (Sodium Nitrate)
E
Potassium Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Acetate
X XXX X X G E E
Sodium Aluminate
E EEEEE E EE
X
X
X
E
X
E
E
E
G
E
E
E
G
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Potassium Permanganate 5%
X
Potassium Phosphate
N NENN E E NN
Sodium Bicarbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Potassium Silicate
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Bichromate Solution
G
Potassium Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Bisulfate
E EEEEE E EE
E EEEEE E EE
G
G
G
E
G
E
E
N
Potassium Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Bisulfite
Potassium Sulfite
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Borate
E EEEEE E EE
Potassium Thiosulfate
N NENN E E NN
Sodium Carbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Producer Gas
X
Sodium Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Propane
X XCE X G X E N
X
G
E
X
G
X
E
E
Sodium Chlorite Solution
G
Propanediol
E EGEEE E EE
Sodium Chromate
X XCX E C G GG
G
X
X
G
G
X
N
N
Propanol
E NNEEE E EE
Sodium Cyanide
E EEE E E E E E
Propionic Acid
G
Sodium Dichromate
X XCX E F G E E
E EEEEE E EE
G
X
X
G
G
G
E
E
Propyl Acetate
X XXX G X G E E
Sodium Flouride
Propyl Alcohol (Propanol)
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Hydrate
G GGG G G E G N
Propyl Aldehyde
X NNXGX NNN
Sodium Hydroxide
E CEGEE E EE
Propyl Chloride
X XCX C X C GG
Propylene
X XXX X X X NN
Sodium Hypochlorite
F XXX G F G GG
Propylene Diamine
G GGG E C G E E
Sodium Metallic
N NNGNN E NN
Propylene Dichloride
X XXX X X X GG
Sodium Metaphosphate
E EGE E G E E E
Propylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Nitrate
E EEEEE E EE
Propylene Tetramer
X
N
Sodium Nitrite
E EEEEE E EE
Purina Insecticide
N
Puropale RX Oils
N
Pydraul Hydraulic Fluids
X
(Caustic Soda)
N
E
X
X
X
E
E
N
X
X
G
N
G
E
N
Sodium Perborate
C XGX E X G E E
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Sodium Peroxide
G GGG E G E G G
X
X
X
G
X
G
G
G
Sodium Phosphate
E GGEEE E EE
Pyranol
X XXC X X X E E
Sodium Silfhydrate
G XGGGG E GN
Pyrene (Carbon Tetrachloride)
X
X
Sodium Silicate
E EEEEE E EE
Pyridine
X XXX G X G E E
Sodium Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
X
X
X
X
X
X
G
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
Sodium Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Tin Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Sulfite
E EEEEE E EE
Tin Tetrachloride
E EEEEE E EE
Sodium Sulphydrate
N NGGEG E GN
Titanium Tetrachloride
X XGFXF F EG
Sodium Thiocyanate Solution
N
Toluene
X XXX X X X E E
Sodium Thiosulfate
E EEEEE E EE
Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI)
C
Soinus Oils
N
Toluidine
X NNXXXNNN
Soybean Oil
X XGGGG G E E
Toluol
X NNXXX X EE
Spent Acid
X XXX X G X GG
Toxaphene
X XGG X X X E E
Stannic Chloride
E EEEGE E E E
Transformer Oils (Petroleum Base)
X
X
G
E
X
G
X
E
E
Stannic Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Transformer Oils (Chlorinated Pheynyl
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
G
G
G
N
E
N
E
E
G
X
G
N
E
X
E
E
N
N
C
X
C
E
X
E
E
E
Stannous Chloride
E EEEEE E EE
Stannous Sulfide
E EEEEE E EE
Transmission Fluids, A
X
X
C
G
X
X
X
E
E
Starch
E EGGNE E EN
Transmission Fluids, B
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
E
E
Starch Gum
N
N
E
E
X
N
E
E
N
Tributoxyethyl Phosphate
X XNX G X G E X
Steam - Below 350 Deg F
X
X
X
X
G
X
E
X
X
Tributoxy Ethysulphate
X NNXEX E XN
Stearic Acid
X XGGGG G E E
Tributyl Amine
G GGG E C E E E
Stoddards Solvent
X
X
C
E
X
X
X
E
E
Tributyl Phosphate
X XXX G X G E E
STPP ( sodium tripolyphosphate)
G
G
N
N
G
N
G
G
N
Styrene
X XXXXX X XX
E
X XXX X X X E E
Sulfite Liquors
G GGG E E G E E
Trichloroethylene
X XXC X X X G X
Sulfonic Acid
X XCX X C X GG
Trichloropropane
X XXX X X X E E
Sulfur (Molten)
X XXX F F F GG
Tricresyl Phosphate (TCP)
X
Sulfur Chloride
X
Tridecanol
E EEEEE E EE
Sulfur Dioxide
F FGXGG F GG
Triethanolamine (TEA)
G GEG E E G E E
Sulfur Hexafluoride
E EEEEE E EE
Triethylamine
G GEGG E G E E
Sulfur Trioxide
X XXX G X C GG
Triethylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Sulfuric Acid 60% (200F)
X
X
F
X
F
G
G
E
E
Trifluralin
X NNXXX X EE
Sulfuric Acid - Conc.
X
X
X
X
X
E
X
E
X
Trihydroxybenzoic Acid
G
Sulfuric Acid - Fuming
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Trimethylbenzene
X XXX XN X NN
G
E
X
E
E
E
X XXX X X X GG
Trichloroethane
X
E
Trichlorobenzene
E
C CGGEG E EE
C
E
E GGG E G E E E
C GXG G X G E N
Sugar Solutions (Sucrose - Non F.D.A.)
C
E
Tricetin
Trichloroacetic Acid
Suifamic Acid
X
E
Base Askerels)
G
X
G
X
X
X
X
E
G
X
N
G
E
E
E
E
E
Sulfuric Acid 25%
G GGEEEGEE
Trinitrophenol
G GGGGG G GG
Sulfuric Acid 25% - 50%
G
X
X
F
E
E
E
E
E
Trinitrotoluene (TNT)
X XGX X G X X X
Sulfuric Acid 50% - 96%
X
X
F
X
F
G
G
E
E
Triphenyl Phosphate
X XCX E C G E E
Sulfurous Acid
G CGC G E G E E
Tripoly Phosphate
G GNNGN G GN
Sun R&O Oils
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Trisodium Phosphate
E EEEEE E EE
Suntac HP oils
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Tung Oil
X
Suntac WR Oils
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Turbine Oil
X XGGXG X EE
Sunvis Oils 700, 800, 900
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Turpentine
X XEE X X X G E
Synthetic Oil (Citgo)
N
N
N
N
X
N
X
E
N
2, 4D With 10% Fuel Oil
X
X
E
E
X
X
X
E
E
Syrup
E EGNNN N E E
Ucon Hydrolube Oils
X
X
G
E
E
X
E
E
E
X
E
G NNE N G N N N
G
N
N
E
N
G
N
N
N
Tannic Acid
E
Union Hydraulic Tractor Fluid
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Tar
X XGG X X X E E
Unsymmetrical Dimethyl
X XXX E E E C C
Tar Bituminous
X
Tartaric Acid
E EGEEEGEE
Uran
GCGGGEGEE
Tellus Oils
N
Urea
E FEF E F E E E
X
N
C
N
G
E
X
X
X
N
X
X
E
N
E
E
E
Undecyl Alcohol
E
E
X
Undecanol
G
X
G
X
E
G
C
X XEE X X X E E
C
X
E
Tall Oil
G
E
G
Tallow
G
G
X
E
N
N
Hydrazine (UDMH)
Tergitol
N NNN N N N N X
Urethane Formulations
N NNENN N NN
Terpineol
X XXX C X C GG
Uric Acid
N NNNNN N NN
Tertiary Butyl Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
Varnish
X XGG X F X E E
Tetrachlorobenzene
X XXX X X X GG
Vegetable Oils
X XGEEGC EE
Tetrachloroethane
X XXX X X X E G
Versilube
C CCEEE E EE
Tetrachloroethylene
X XXX X X X E E
Vinegar
E FECEEGEE
Tetrachloromethane
X XXX X X X GG
Vinegar Acid
E FEF E E G E E
Tetrachloronapthalene
X XXX X X X GG
Vinyl Acetate
X XXX G F F G X
Tetradecanol
E EEEEE E EE
Vinyl Benzene
X XXX X X X GG
Tetraethylene Glycol
E EEEEE E EE
Vinyl Chloride
F XXX X X X E E
X
Tetraethyl Lead
X
Vinyl Cyanide
N NNNNN N NN
Tetrahydrofuran (THF)
X XXX X X X E E
Vinyl Ether
X XXX X C C E E
Tetrahydroxydicyclopentadiene
X XXX X X X NN
Vinyl Styrene
N NNNNN N NN
Tetralin
X XXX X X X NN
Vinyl Toluene
X XXX X X X GG
Theobromo Oil
X
Vinyl Trichloride
X XXX X X X E E
Thionyl Chloride
X XXX X X X E E
Vitrea Oils
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Thiopen
X XXX GN X NN
V.M. & P. Naptha
X
X
E
E
X
X
X
E
E
X
C
G
G
G
X
N
X
N
X
N
E
E
E
G
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
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UHMWPE
XLPE
EPDM
CSM
IIR
NBR
CR
SBR
NR
RESISTANCE TABLES
CHEMICAL, OIL & SOLVENT RESISTANCE
TABLE - RUBBER HOSE
Water, Fresh (Non F.D.A.)
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Water Boiling
N
N
E
N
N
N
E
N
N
Water, Salt
E EEGEE E EE
Whiskey
E
White Liquor
E EEEGE C E E
E
E
E
E
E
E
X
N
White Oil
X
X
G
E
X
X
X
E
E
Wines
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
X
N
Wood Alcohol
E EEEEE E EE
Xylene (Xylol)
X XXX X X X C C
Xylidine
X XXX X X X GG
Zeolites
GEECCEEEE
Zeric
N
N
N
E
X
N
X
E
N
Zinc Acetate
C XCCECG EE
Zinc Carbonate
E EEEEE E EE
Zinc Chloride
E EEEEEGEE
Zinc Chromate
E
Zinc Sulfate
E EEEEE E EE
C
E
E
E
C
E
G
G
RESISTANCE RATING
E
EXCELLENT
C
ACCEPTABLE
G
F
GOOD
FAIR
X
N
UNSATISFACTORY
NO DATA
Maximum temperature
100°F (38°C)
unless otherwise specified.
The reader is cautioned that the above table is only a guide and should be used as such. The degree of resistance of an
elastomer with a particular fluid depends on such variables as temperature, concentration, pressure, velocity of flow,
duration of exposure, aeration, stability of fluid, etc. Also, variations in elastomer types and special compounding of stocks
to meet specific service conditions have considerable influence on the results obtained.
92
WARNING: The following data has been compiled from generally available sources and should not
be relied upon without consulting and following the hose manufacturer’s specific chemical
recommendations. Neglecting to do so might result in failure of the hose to fulfill it’s intended
purpose, and may result in possible damage to property and serious bodily injury.
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
RESISTANCE TABLES
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
Acetate solvents, crude 44 34 34
Acetate solvents, pure 44 34 34
Acetic Acid 0 -1%1
21
23
4
Acetic Acid 20 -30%1
21
23
4
Acetic Acid 80%2
21
24
4
Acetic Acid Vapors1
21
23
3
Acetic Acid Glacial2
32
34
4
Acetone2
31
13
4
Alum1
11
11
1
Aluminum Acetate1
21
1
Aluminum Alkyl4
4
Aluminum Chloride1
11
11
1
Aluminum Flouride1
11
11
1
Aluminum Hydroxide11
11
1
Aluminum Nitrate1
21
12
2
Aluminum Phosphate Solution4
4
Aluminum Salts1
1
Aluminum Sulfate1
11
11
1
Aminoethanol2
Ammonia - aqueous113
Ammonia - dry gas223
Ammonia - liquid433
Ammonium Acetate1
1
Ammonium Bicarbonate1
1
Ammonium Carbonate1
1
Ammonium Chloride Solution1
1
Ammonium Hydroxide (30% NH)
4
4
Ammonium Metaphosphate2
Ammonium Nitrate1
11
12
2
Ammonium Phosphate Solutions
1
1
Ammonium Sulfate1
11
12
2
Ammonium Sulfide1
11
11
1
Ammonium Thiocyanate 11 11 22
Amyl Acetate4
4
Amyl Alcohol1
21
24
4
Amyl Chloride4
44
44
4
Aniline2
31
2
Animal Gelatin1
Animal Oils1
11
1
Ant Oil4
4
Antifreeze1
1
Antimony Chloride1
Antimony Salts1
Apple - sauce/juice1
1
Aqua Ammonia4
4
Aqua Regia3
42
3
Argon, Compressed4
4
Aromatic Hydrocarbons 33 11
Arsenic Acid 80%1
21
14
4
Arsenic Trioxide1
Askarel (Transformer Oil)4
4
Asphalt4
4
ASTM Fuel #1 Oil1
11
12
2
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RESISTANCE TABLES
94
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
ASTM Fuel #3 Oil2
31
12
2
ASTM Fuel A2
21
12
2
ASTM Fuel B4
41
12
3
ASTM Fuel C4
41
22
3
ASTM Oil No. 24
4
Baby Food1
1
Baltic Types 100, 150, 200, 300, 500
2
Barium Carbonate1
11
11
1
Barium Chloride1
11
11
1
Barium Hydroxide4
4
Barium Sulfate1
11
11
1
Barium Sulfide1
11
11
1
Barley1
4
Basic Copper Arsenate1
Beer1
1
Beet Sugar - liquor1
1
Bellows 80-20 Hydraulic Oil
2
Benzaldehyde4
4
Benzene4
4
Benzene Sulfonic Acid 10% 11 11 44
Benzidine4
4
Benzoic Acid2
31
24
4
Benzoic Aldehyde4
4
Benzol4
42
33
4
Benzotrichloride4
4
Benzyl Alcohol1
Benzyl Chloride4
4
Black Liquor1
11
1
Blast Furnace Gas4
4
Bleach 12.5% active CL 23 12 34
Borax1
21
11
1
Bordeaux Mixture1
11
1
Boric Acid1
11
1
Boric Oxide1
Brake Fluid (Petroleum Base)
2
Brake Fluid (Synthetic Base)
2
Brine1
11
13
4
Bromic Acid1
21
23
4
Bromine - liquid4
43
44
4
Bromine - water4
43
44
4
Bromobenzene4
4
Bromochloromethane4
4
Bromotoluene4
4
Bunker Oil4
4
Butadiene3
4
Butane1
11
11
1
Butter2
3
Butyl Acetate1
Butyl Alcohol1
21
21
2
Butyl Cellosolve4
43
4
Butyl Mercaptan4
4
Butyl Phenol3
42
3
Butyl Stearate1
Butylene1
21
11
1
Butyric Acid 20%3
42
33
4
Cake Alum Solution1
Calcium Arsenate1
Calcium Bisulfate1
11
11
1
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Calcium Bisulfide2
Calcium Bisulfite1
Calcium Carbonate1
11
11
1
Calcium Chlorate1
11
12
3
Calcium Chloride1
11
13
4
Calcium Hydrosulfide2
Calcium Hydroxide1
11
12
3
Calcium Hypochlorite1
11
14
4
Calcium Metasilicate1
Calcium Nitrate1
11
11
1
Calcium Silicate1
Calcium Sulfate1
11
11
1
Calcium Sulfide2
Cane Sugar Liquors1
1
Carbon Dioxide1
1
Carbon Disulfide4
4
Carbon Monoxide1
11
11
1
Carbon Tetrachloride4
42
33
4
Carbolic Acid4
4
Carbonic Acid1
11
14
4
Carrots1
1
Casein1
Castor Oil1
11
11
1
Catsup1
2
Caustic Potash1
11
13
4
Caustic Soda1
11
13
4
Cellosolve3
42
32
3
Cellulose Acetate1
Cellulose Butyl1
Cheese1
2
China Wood Oil2
Chlordane2
Chlorinated Solvents4
4
Chlorine Gas - dry1
11
14
4
Chlorine Gas - moist3
42
34
4
Chlorine Trifluoride4
4
Chlorine Water 2%3
42
33
4
Chloroacetyl Chloride1
Chlorobenzene4
4
Chlorobromomethane4
4
Chloroethane4
4
Chloroform4
4
Chloropentane4
4
Chloropicrin Mixture4
4
Chlorotoluene4
4
Chlorox1
Chocolate2
3
Chocolate Syrup1
Chromic Chloride1
Chrome Alum1
11
11
1
Chromic Acid 25%2
31
24
4
Chromic Acid 50%2
31
24
4
Chromium Trioxide4
4
Cider2
Citgo FR Fuels2
Citric Acid1
1
Coal Gas1
Coal Tar3
3
RESISTANCE TABLES
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
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RESISTANCE TABLES
96
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Coconut Oil3
41
11
1
Cola Beverage1
1
Copper Chloride1
21
11
1
Copper Cyanide1
1
Copper Nitrate1
21
11
1
Copper Sulphate1
21
11
1
Corn Oils1
2
Cottonseed Oil2
3
Creosote4
43
4
Creosole4
43
43
4
Crude Oil Sour1
11
11
1
Crude Oil Sweet1
11
11
1
Crude Wax1
Cupric Chloride1
Cupric Cyanide1
Cupric Nitrate1
Cupric Sulfate1
Cyanide, Copper1
Cyanide, Silver1
Cyanide, Sodium1
Cyclohexane4
4
Cyclohexanol4
4
Cyclohexanone4
4
Cymene4
4
Decanol4
4
Deicing Fluid1
1
Demineralized Water1
11
13
4
Denatured Alcohol1
Detergents, synthetic1
21
1
Developers, photographic1
11
1
Dextrin1
Dextron2
Dextrose1
21
11
1
Diacetone4
4
Diacetone Alcohol4
4
Diammonium Phosphate1
Diazinon2
Dibutyl Phthalate1
Dibutylamine4
4
Dichlorobenzene4
4
Dichlorobenzyl Chloride4
4
Dichloroethane4
4
Dichloroethylene4
4
Dichloromethane4
4
Diesel Oils3
41
2
Diethanolamine2
Diethyl Ether2
Diethyl Ketone4
4
Diethyl Oxalate4
4
Diethylene Dioxide2
Diethylene Ether4
4
Diethylene Glycol1
Dihydroxyethyl Ether1
Dimethylbenzene4
4
Dimethylcarbonal2
Dimethylketone4
4
Dioctyl Phosphite4
4
Dioxane4
4
Disodium Phosphate1
11
11
1
Distilled Water1
11
13
4
DMB (Dimethylbenzene)4
4
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Duro Oils2
EDB (Ethylene Dibromide)4
4
Eggs1
1
Emulsions, photographic1
1
Enamels2
Essential Oils2
Ethanolamine2
Ethers4
42
33
4
Ethyl Acetate4
4
Ethyl Acrylate4
4
Ethyl Alcohol2
3
Ehtyl Alcohol 50 - 98%
3
4
Ethyl Bromide4
4
Ethyl Chloride4
44
44
4
Ethyl Ether4
4
Ethyl Ether Acetate1
Ethyl Mercaptan4
4
Ethyl Methyl Ketone4
4
Ethylbutanol1
Ethylbutyl Alcohol1
Ethylene Bromide1
41
34
4
Ethylene Chlorohydrin4
4
Ethylene Dibromide4
4
Ethylene Dichloride4
4
Ethylene Glycol1
11
12
3
Ethylhexanol1
Ethylhexyl Acrylate4
4
Ethylhexyl Alcohol1
Fatty Acid2
Fatty Alcohol, Blend1
Ferric Chloride1
11
12
3
Ferric Nitrate1
11
11
1
Ferric Sulphate1
11
11
1
Ferrous Chloride1
Ferrous Nitrate2
Ferrous Sulfate Solution1
Fertilizer2
Fish Solubles1
11
11
2
Fixing Solutions, Photo.1
2
Flour1
4
Flourobic Acid1
11
11
1
Fluorine1
Fluosilic Acid4
4
Formaldehyde Solution (to 50%)
1
Formalin1
Formic Acid 3%1
2
Formic Acid 10%1
2
Formic Acid 25%1
2
Formic Acid 50%3
4
Freon - 121
21
11
1
Fructose1
11
11
1
Fruit Pulps and Juices1
1
Fuel Oil2
31
11
2
Fumaric Acid4
4
Furan4
4
Fusel Oil1
Gallic Acid Solution4
4
Gasohol4
4
Gas - cook oven2
21
22
2
Gas - natural (dry)1
11
11
1
Gas - natural (wet)1
11
11
1
RESISTANCE TABLES
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
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RESISTANCE TABLES
98
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Gasoline4
4
Gasoline - refined3
41
12
3
Gasoline, Unleaded4
4
Gasoline, White4
4
Gelatin1
11
11
1
Gin1
2
Glacial Acetic Acid4
4
Glucose1
11
11
1
Glue1
Glycerine1
11
11
1
Glycerol1
1
Glycol1
11
12
2
Grape Juice1
1
Grapefruit Juice1
1
Grease1
Green Liquor (paper)1
1
Heptachlor4
4
Heptane3
41
21
Heptanol1
Hexane3
4
Honey1
1
HPO (Sodium Thiosulfate)1
Hydraulic Fluid1
Hydraulic Fluid (HF-18, HF-20)
2
Hydrazine4
4
Hydro-Drive Oil (houghton)2
Hydrobromic Acid4
4
Hydrochloric 10%1
11
14
4
Hydrochloric 48%3
4
Hydrocyanic Acid4
4
Hydroflouric 4%2
3
Hydroflouric 10%3
3
Hydroflouric 48%3
4
Hydroflouric 60%3
4
Hydrofluosilicic Acid4
4
Hydrogen1
21
11
1
Hydrogen Peroxide4
4
Hydrogen Peroxide 12% 12 11 23
Hydrogen Peroxide 50% 13 12 34
Hydrogen Peroxide 90% 44 34 44
Hydrolube (water glycol)1
1
Hydrolubric Oil2
Hydroquinone Solution2
Iodine4
4
Iron Acetate Liquor1
Iron Salts1
Iron Sulfate Solution1
Isobutanol2
Isobutyl Alcohol2
Isooctane4
4
Isopropanol2
Isopropyl Acetate4
4
Isopropyl Alcohol1
21
13
4
Isopropyl Ether4
4
JP 3,4,54
42
33
3
Jet Fuel - All Types
4
4
Karo Syrup1
1
Kerosene4
41
11
1
Ketones4
4
Kraft Liquor (paper)1
1
Lacquer Thinner3
42
23
3
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Lard2
3
Lard Oil1
2
Latex Paint1
Lauric Acid1
11
13
4
Lead Acetate1
11
11
1
Lead Nitrate Solution1
Lead, Tetraethyl1
Lemon Juice1
2
Ligroin4
4
Lime, Chlorinated2
Lime Sulfur1
1
Linoleic Acid1
Linseed Oil1
11
11
1
Liquid Soap2
Lubricating Oils1
11
11
1
Machine Oil under 135°F
2
Magnesium Carbonate 11 11 11
Magnesium Hydroxide 11 11 34
Magnesium Sulfate Solution1
Malathion1
Maleic Acid Solution4
4
Manganese Salts1
Manganese Sulfate Solution1
Mayonnaise1
1
MBK (Methyl Butyl Ketone)
4
4
MEA (Ethanolamine)2
MEK (Ethyl Methyl Ketone)
4
4
Mercuric Chloride2
21
12
3
Mercuric Chloride Solution2
Mercury2
2
Mesitylene4
4
Mesityl Oxide4
4
Methanol4
4
Methyl Acetate4
4
Methyl Acetone1
Methyl Alcohol3
42
33
4
Methyl Bromide4
4
Methyl Butanathiol4
4
Methyl Butanol1
Methyl Chloride4
4
Methyl Chloroform4
4
Methyl Cyanise1
Methyl Ethyl Ketone4
42
33
4
Methyl Isobutenyl Ketone4
4
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone4
4
Methyl Isopropyl Ketone4
4
Methyl Methacrylate1
Methyl Methacrylate Monomer4
4
Methyl Propyl Ketone4
4
Methyl Slaicylate1
Methyl Sulfate1
Methylamine4
4
Methylaniline4
4
Methylene Bromide4
4
Methylene Chloride4
4
Methylene Dichloride4
4
Milk1
1
Mineral Oils1
21
11
1
Molasses1
11
11
1
Monochlorobenzene4
4
Monomethylamine4
4
RESISTANCE TABLES
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
99
RESISTANCE TABLES
100
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Monosodium Phosphate1
Motor Oil3
Muriatic Acid4
4
N-Octane4
4
Naphthenic Acid1
Naptha4
41
1
Napthalene3
41
1
Nickel Acetate1
11
11
1
Nickel Chloride Solution1
Nickel Nitrate Solution2
Nickel Plating Solution4
4
Nickel Salts2
Nickel Sulfate Solution1
Nicotine Acid1
21
13
4
Nicotine Salts1
Niter Cake1
Nitric Acid 10%1
21
14
4
Nitric Acid 40%2
31
14
4
Nitric Acid 60%3
42
34
4
Nitric Acid 68%3
42
34
4
Nitric Acid 70%4
43
34
4
Nitrobenzene4
4
Nitrogen1
Nitrogen Oxide4
4
Nitromethane4
4
Nitrous Acid (up to 10%)
1
Nitrous Oxide4
4
Oats1
4
Octadecanoic Acid1
Octanol2
Octyl Alcohol2
Oil of Turpentine1
Oils, Animal2
Oils, Mineral4
4
Oils, Petroleum1
21
11
1
Oleic Acid2
31
14
4
Oleum4
44
44
4
Olive Oil2
Orange Juice1
1
Ortho-Dichlorobenzene4
4
Ortho-xylene4
4
Oxalic Acid4
4
Oxygen1
1
Ozone3
4
Paint1
Paraffin1
2
Paraformaldehyde1
Peanut Butter1
2
Peanut Oil2
Pentachlorophenol in Oil4
4
Pentane3
4
Pentanone4
4
Pentasol2
Perchloric Acid4
4
Perchloroethylene4
4
Petrol4
4
Petroleum Ether3
31
1
Petroleum Naptha4
4
Petroleum Oil (Refined)1
Petroleum Oils (Sour)2
Phenol4
4
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Phenol Acid4
4
Phenyl Chloride4
4
Phosgene (gas)1
2
Phosgene (liquid)4
4
Phophoric Acid 89%1
14
4
Phophorous (yellow)2
3
Photographic Fixing Solutions1
Picric Acid4
44
44
4
Pinene4
4
Pitch2
31
1
Plating Solutions1
2
Polyethylene Glycol2
Potash1
Potassium Acetate1
Potassium Bicarbonate 11 11 11
Potassium Bisulfate1
Potassium Bromate 10% 11 11 11
Potassium Bromide1
11
11
1
Potassium Carbonate1
Potassium Chlorate1
Potassium Chloride1
11
11
2
Potassium Chromate1
Potassium Cuprocyanide1
Potassium Cyanide1
11
11
1
Potassium Dichromate1
Potassium Ferrocyanide1
Potassium Flouride1
11
11
2
Potassium Hydrate2
Potassium Hydroxide1
Potassium Iodide1
Potassium Nitrate1
11
11
1
Potassium Perborate1
11
11
1
Potassium Permanganate4
4
Potassium Persulfate1
Potassium Sulfate1
Potassium Sulfide1
11
11
1
Potassium Sulfite2
Potassium Thiosulfate1
Propane1
11
11
1
Propyl Alcohol1
21
12
3
Propylene Glycol1
Puropale RX Oils2
Pyrene4
4
Pyrethrum2
Pyridine4
4
Pyrogard C, D2
Red Oil2
Regal Oils R&O2
Richfield A Weed Killer
1
2
Rubilene Oils2
Salicylic Acid1
Salt Water1
11
12
3
Sauerkraut2
Sewage2
Shortening2
3
Silicone Greases2
Silicone Oils2
Silver Cyanide1
Silver Nitrate1
11
11
1
Silver Plating Solution 12 11 11
Skydrol 500A & 70004
4
RESISTANCE TABLES
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
101
RESISTANCE TABLES
102
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Soap1
11
12
3
Soda Ash1
Soda Water1
1
Sodium Acetate1
Sodium Aliminate Solution2
Sodium Benzoate1
21
11
1
Sodium Bicarbonate1
11
11
1
Sodium Bichromate Solution2
Sodium Bisulfite1
Sodium Borate1
Sodium Bromide1
11
11
2
Sodium Carbonate (soda ash) 11 11 12
Sodium Chlorate2
31
23
3
Sodium Chloride1
11
11
2
Sodium Chlorite Solution2
Sodium Chromate2
Sodium Cyanide1
11
11
1
Sodium Dichromate1
21
21
2
Sodium Ferricyanide1
Sodium Ferrocyanide1
Sodium Fluoride1
Sodium Hydrate2
Sodium Hydrochlorite2
Sodium Hydrosulfide1
Sodium Hydrosulfite2
Sodium Hydroxide 10% 11 11 34
Sodium Hydroxide 35% 12 11 44
Sodium Hydroxide 50%1
31
2
Sodium Hypochlorite (20%)1
Sodium Hyposulfate1
Sodium Metaphosphate1
Sodium Nitrate1
Sodium Peroxide1
Sodium Phosphate1
Sodium Phosphate Acid 22 12 44
Sodium Silicate1
Sodium Sulfate1
Sodium Sulfhydrate2
Sodium Sulfide1
Sodium Sulfite1
Sodium Sulphrydate2
Sodium Thiosulfat1
Solnus Oils1
Sour Crude Oil4
4
Soya Beans1
4
Soya Oil1
3
Soybean Oil1
1
Spent Acid4
4
Stannic Chloride2
Stannis Chloride1
11
11
2
Starch1
Starch Gum1
Stearic Acid1
Stoddard Solvent2
Straight Synthetic Oils2
Sugar - all forms1
1
Sulfamic Acid4
4
Sulfate Liquors under 150°F
1
Sulfur2
2
Sulfur Chloride2
Sulfur Dioxide (dry)1
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Sulfur Dioxide (liquid)4
4
Sulfur Hexafluoride (Gas)2
Sulfur Trioxide1
Sulfuric Acid 10%1
21
13
4
Sulfuric Acid 70%1
21
14
4
Sulfuric Acid 95%3
31
24
4
Sulurous Acid2
31
24
4
Sun R&O Oils2
Suntac HP Oils2
Suntac WR Oils2
Sunvis Oils 700, 800, 900
2
Synthetic Oil (Citgo)2
Tall Oil4
4
Tallow2
Tannic Acid1
11
13
4
Tar Oil2
Tartaric Acid1
21
12
3
TEA (Triethanolamine)2
Tellus Oils2
Tenol Oils2
Terpineol2
Tetrachloroethane4
4
Tetraethyl Lead2
32
2
Tetrahydrofuran4
4
Tetrahydroxydicyclopentadiene4
4
THF (Tetrahydrofuran)4
4
Tin Chloride1
11
11
1
Toluol4
4
Toluene4
42
23
4
Tomatoes1
1
Tricholorethylene4
43
4
Trichloroethane4
4
Triethanolamine3
4
Trihydroxybenzoic Acid4
4
Trimethyl Benzene4
4
Trimethyl Propane3
4
Trinitrophenol1
Trisodium Phosphate1
11
11
1
Tung Oil2
Turpentine3
41
12
3
Ucon Hydrolube Types 150CP, 200CP
2
Ucon Hydrolube Types 275CP, 300CP, 550CP
2
Ucon M12
Union Hydraulic Tractor Fluid
2
Urea1
21
11
1
Urine1
11
11
1
Varnish4
41
11
2
Vegetable Oils2
Versilube F-50, F-442
Vinegar1
2
Vinyl Chloride4
4
Vinyl Trichloride4
4
Vitrea Oils2
Water Acid - mine water 11 11 34
Water in Oil Emulsions
1
Water - distilled1
11
13
4
Water - fresh1
11
13
4
Water - salt1
11
13
4
Whiskey1
2
White Gasoline1
11
11
2
White Liquor (paper)1
1 The reader is cautioned that the above table is only a guide and should not be used as such, as specific application parameters such as temperature,
pressure and chemical concentrations vary widely. Multiple chemical products may introduce uncontrollable factors relating to chemical resistance.
RESISTANCE TABLES
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
103
RESISTANCE TABLES
104
TABLE OF CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
PVC, TPR, TPE
1-EXCELLENT
2-GOOD
3-LIMITED
4-UNSATISFACTORY
HOSE CONSTRUCTION WITH TEMPERATURE
MATERIAL
CONVEYED
PVC (F°) 68
104
TPR (F°)
68
104
TPE (F°)
68
104
Wines1
2
Wood Oil1
Xylene4
41
12
3
Xylol4
41
12
3
Yeast1
2
Yogurt1
2
Zeric2
Zinc Acetate1
Zinc Chloride Solutions1
Zinc Chromate1
11
11
1
Zinc Cyanide1
11
11
1
Zinc Hydrate1
Zinc Nitrate1
11
11
Zinc Sulfate1
11
11
1
WARNING: The following data has been compiled from generally available sources and should not
be relied upon without consulting and following the hose manufacturer’s specific chemical
recommendations. Neglecting to do so might result in failure of the hose to fulfill it’s intended
purpose, and may result in possible damage to property and serious bodily injury.
RESISTANCE RATING
METAL
E
G
F
X
C
NON-METAL
- EXCELLENT
-GOOD
- FAIR
- NOT RECOMMENDED
- CONTACT FACTORY
A
X
C
- ACCEPTABLE
- NOT RECOMMENDED
- CONTACT FACTORY
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
1. Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C). Chemical compatibility varies greatly with temperature. For
applications at temperatures other than +70°F (+21°C), contact the manufacturer for recommendations.
2. Chemical resistance of a material does not necessarily indicate the suitability of a fitting in a given
application due to variables such as improper clamp and coupling application, special hose construction,
gasket material, etc.
Absorption Oil
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
ALUMINUM
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
ALUMINUM
SPECIAL CAUTION SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.
E
Aluminum Acetate
X
E
E
Acetal E
Aluminum Bromide
X
X
G
G
Acetaldehyde
E E E EEE
Aluminum Chloride
X
X
X
X
X
Acetamide
E X G
Aluminum Fluoride
G
X
X
G
G
E
Acetate Solvents ( Crude)
E
X
G
E
E
A
X
Aluminum Nitrate
F
X
X
G
G
A
A
Acetate Solvents ( Pure)
E
E
X
E
E
A
X
Aluminum Potassium Sulfate
G
G
X
X
G
X
A
Acetic Acid (80%)
F
X
X
E
E
X
X
Aluminum Salts
G
G
G
E
Acetic Acid (50%)
G
X
X
G
E
X
X
Aluminum Sulfate
X
X
C
G
A
Acetic Acid (20%)
G
X
X
G
E
X
X
Amines (Mixed)
X
X
Acetic Acid (10%)
G
X
X
E
E
X
X
Aminoethanol E E EE
Acetic Anhydride
G
X
G
G
G
X
X
Ammonia Anhydrous
E
X
E
G
E
A
X
Acetic Ether
E
E
E
E
E
G
Ammonia Gas
X
X
E
E
E
A
X
Acetic Oxide
G
X
X
G
G
X
Ammonia Nitrate
C C C C CXC
Acetone
E G G E EAX
X
A
A
A
E
Ammonium Acetate X EEE
AcetophenoneG
Ammonium Bifluoride
C
X
X
C
C
X
A
Acetylene
Ammonium Carbonate
G
X
G
G
G
A
A
E X G E EXX
Acetylene Dichloride
X
Ammonium Casenate
C C C C CAC
Acetyl Oxide
G
X
G
G
X
Ammonium Chloride
X
X
X
Aeroshell 7A, 17 Grease
E
E
E
E
Amyl Chlorides (mixed)
E
E
X
Air 212° F E
E
E
E
Ammonium Hydroxide
G
G
G
A
Air, Ambient
E E E EEE
Aircraft Hydraulic Oil AA
E
X
E
X
X
X
E
A
A
A
Ammonium Metaphosphate
X E EEE
E
E
Ammonium Nitrate
G
Alachlor (Lasso)
E
E
Ammonium Nitrite EEE
Alcohol - Amyl
G
G
G
G
G
A
X
Ammonium Persulfate
X
E
E
X
Alcohol - Benzyl
G
G
G
E
E
A
X
Ammonium Phosphate
X
X
X
E
G
A
A
Alcohol - Butyl
E
G
G
E
E
X
X
Ammonium Sulfate
X
X
X
X
G
A
A
Alcohol - Diacetone
E
E
G
G
G
X
X
Ammonium Sulfide
X X E EEE
Alcohol - Ethyl
E
G
G
G
G
X
X
Ammonium Thiocyanate E EEE
Alcohol - Hexyl
C
C
C
C
C
X
X
Amyl Acetate
X
E
X
E
E
Alcohol - Isobutyl
C
C
C
C
C
X
X
Amyl Alcohol
E
E
E
E
E
Alcohol - Isopropyl
G
G
G
G
G
X
X
Amyl Chloride
E
E
Alcohol - Methyl
G
G
G
G
G
X
X
Amyl Chloronaphthalene
E
E
Alcohol - Octyl
C
C
C
C
C
A
X
Amyl Naphthalene
E
E
Alcohol - Propyl
G
G
G
E
E
X
X
Amyl Phenol
E
E
Alkyaryl Sulfonate
E
E
Allomalaic Acid Solution
E
E
Allyl Chloride
E
E
E
E
G
X
X
C
C
A
A
X
X
Anethole
G X G EEE
Aniline
C X X E EXX
Aniline Hydrochloride
X
X
X
G
105
Aniline Oil
G X G EEE
Animal Fat (Lard)
E
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
Butter Oil (Use FDA Hose)
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Butyl Acetate
E
G
G
G
G
Animal Gelatin
E
E
Butyl Alcohol
E E E EEE
Animal Oils
E
E
E
E
Butyl Carbitol
E
E
E
E
E
Ant Oil
E
G
E
E
Butyl Ether
E
E
E
E
E
Antifreeze
E E E EEE
Butyl Mercaptan
E
E
Aqua Ammonia X G EEE
Butyl Stearate
E
E
E
Aqua Regia XXX
Butylamine
E E E EEX
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
G
Arsenic Acids
G
X
E
G
E
E
E
Butyric Acid
G
G
X
G
G
G
Cake Alum
X
X
X
X
G
E
E
G
Calcine Liquor
G
E
E
E
Asphalt E E EE
Calcium Acetate
E
E
E
E
E
Asphalt (Cut Back)
E
E
E
E
Calcium Bisulfate
X
C
X
X
G
X
A
ASTM Oil No. 1
E
E
E
E
E
G
Calcium Bisulfide
C
C
C
C
G
A
A
ASTM Oil No. 2
E
E
E
E
E
X
Calcium Bisulfite
X
X
X
C
G
X
A
ASTM Oil No. 3
E
E
E
E
E
X
Calcium Bromide
X G X X XXX
ASTM Reference Fuel A
E
E
E
E
E
X
Calcium Carbonate
X
ASTM Reference Fuel B
E
E
E
E
E
X
Calcium Chlorate GEE
ASTM Reference Fuel C
E
E
E
E
E
X
Calcium Chloride
Baltic Types 100, 150, 200, 300, 500
G
Calcium Hydrogen Sulfite
E
E
E
C
G
G
G
G
E
G
A
X
E
E
E
G
A
G
Askarel (Transformer Oil)
A
C
C
E
E
A
A
E
A
A
E
BanvelE
Calcium Hydrosulfide X GEE
Bardol B
Calcium Hydroxide
X
G
G
G
G
A
A
Barite GE EE
E
Calcium Hypochlorite
X
X
X
X
G
X
A
Barium Carbonate
X
G
E
Barium Chloride
C
G
C
Barium Hydroxide
X
G
G
Barium Sulfate
G
G
X
Barium Sulfide
X
X
G
Beer
E G G E EAA
Calcium Sulfide
Beet Sugar Liquors
X
G
E
G
E
G
A
A
Calcium Metasilicate
E
E
E
E
X
C
A
A
Calcium Nitrate Solutions
E
E
E
E
G
G
A
A
Calcium Oxide
G
G
G
A
A
Calcium Silicate
E
G
G
A
A
Calcium Sulfate E E EEE
E
E
E
E
E
E
X
Caliche Liquors
E
E
Bellows 80-20 Hydraulic Oil
X
Cane Sugar Liquors
E
G
E
E
E
X
X
E
E
X
G
E
E
X
X
E
E
Benzaldehyde
G G X G GXX
Carbolic Acid
G
Benzene, Benzol
E
X
Carbolic Acid (Phenol)
G
X
X
E
E
Benzenesulfonic Acid
X
E
Carbolic Acid (Phenol, 82-95% IN Creosols)G
X
X
E
E
Benzidine
E E E EE
Carbon Bisulfide
E
X
G
G
G
A
X
Benzine
E G G G GAX
Carbon Dioxide - Dry
E
E
G
G
G
A
A
Benzoic Acid
G
A
G
G
G
X
G
A
G
Carbon Dioxide - Wet
E
X
F
G
G
X
Benzoic Aldehyde E EE
Carbon Disulfide
E
X
G
G
G
A
X
Benzol
Carbon Monoxide
E
E
G
E
E
A
A
Carbon Tetrachloride
X
C
G
E
C
A
X
Carbonic Acid
E
G
G
G
G
X
A
Bismuth Carbonate E EEE
Castor Oil
G
G
G
G
G
X
A
Bitumastic E E EE
Caustic Potash
X
C
X
C
G
A
A
Black Liquor E EEE
Caustic Soda
X
G
G
C
C
X
A
G
X
G
G
X
X
E E E EEX
Benzyl Alcohol, Photo Inhibited
E
E
E
Benzyl Benzoate
E
E
E
E
Black Sulfate E EEE
Blast Furnace Gas
E
E
E
E
Bleach C
X
C
X
X
(12.5% active Chlorine)
X
(see Sodium Hydroxide)
Cellosolves
A
G G G G GXA
Cellosolve Acetate E EEE
Cellosolve Butyl E EEE
China Wood Oil
E
E
E
E
Bordeaux Mixture
E
E
Chlorine - Liquid
C
C
G
C
F
Boric Acid
A
Chlorine Water
X
X
E
X
Chloroacetic Acid Solution
X
X
E
Borax
106
ALUMINUM
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C).
ALUMINUM
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
X G G E EXA
E
X
E
X
X
X
X
C
C
Brake Fluid (Petroleum Based)
E
E
E
E
Brake Fluid (Synthetic Based)
E
E
E
E
Brine Acid
E
X
X
C
C
X
A
Chlorlobromomethane E E EEX
Bromic Acid
X
X
C
C
C
X
A
Chloroform
Bromine
E E E EE
Chloropentane EEX
Bromine Liquid
G C C X XXX
Chloropropylene Oxide
Chlorobenzene
G
X
E E E EEX
C C X C CXX
E
E
Bromochloromethane E E EEX
Chlorosulfonic Acid
C X G X XXX
Bunker Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Chlorothene E EE
Butadiene, Butylene
G
G
G
G
G
Chlorotoluene
E E E EE
Butanal E
Clorox (5.5% bleach)
X
C
X
C
G
X
C
Butane
Chromic Acid (50%)
G
X
X
F
C
X
X
X
X
G G E G GXX
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
ALUMINUM
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
ALUMINUM
Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C).
Chromium Trioxide
X
X
X
X
G
E
Diethylene Glycol
E E E EEE
Citric Acid
F
X
X
F
C
X
Dihydroxyethyl Ether
E E E EEE
Coal Tar
E
E
E
E
E
Diisobutyl Ketone E E EEE
Cobalt Nickel Plating Solution
G
Diisobutylene E EE
Cocoa Butter
E
E
E
Diisopropyl Ketone
E
E
E
Cod Liver Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Diisopropylidene Acetone
E
E
E
Coke Oven Gas
G
F
G
G
G
Dimethyl Aniline
E
E
E
E
Dimethyl Ether
E
Copper Arsenate
X
X
X
E
E
E
E
E
Copper Chloride
X
X
X
X
X
A
A
Dimethyl Formamide E EEE
Copper Cyanide
X
X
C
G
G
X
C
Dimethyl Phthalate
E
Copper Nitrate X X EEE
Dimethylcarbinol
Copper Sulfate
X
X
X
C
G
A
Dimethylformamide E EEE
Corn Oil
E
E
E
E
E
X
Dimethylketone
E E E E EG
Corn Syrup
E
E
E
E
Dioctyl Phthalate
E
Cottonseed Oil
E E E EEE
Dioxane
E E E EEE
Creosote
E X G E EG
Dioxolane
E E E EE
Cresol
E G E EG
Dipentene
E E E EE
Dirco Oils
E
E
E
E
E
Disodium Phosphate
C
C
E
C
E
Crotonic Acid
Crude Oil
E
A
X
E E E EEE
E GE EEE
E
E
E
E
A
X
A
Crude Wax E E EEE
DMF ( Dimethylfomamide)
E
E
E
Cryolite E E EEX
Dowtherm A
E
E
E
E
Crysylic Acid
Dowtherm SR-1
E E G EEE
Duro Oils
E
G
G
Cupric Arsenate
G
G
G
E
E
E
X
X
E
E
E
E
E
E
Cupric Nitrate X X EEE
Enamels E
Cutting Oil (Mineral Oil Base)
E
E
E
E
X
Epichlrohydrin EE
Cutting Oil, Sulfur Base
E
E
E
E
E
Essential Oils
E
Cutting Oil , Water Soluble
E
E
E
E
E
Ethanol
E GE EEE
E
E
E
E
Cyanide, Copper X EEE
Ethanolamine E E EE
Cyanide, Mercuric
X
E
Ethers
E E E E EG
Cyanide, Silver
E
Ethyl Acetate
C
C
G
G
G
Ethyl Acetoacetate
E
E
E
E
E
Ethyl Alcohol
E GE EEE
Cyanide, Sodium
X
X
G
E
E
Cyclohexane
G G G G GAX
A
CyclohexanolE
Ethyl Bromide
E
E
E
Cyclohexanone
G EEX
Ethyl Butyrate
E
E
E
Cymene
E E E EE
C
E
C
Ethyl Ether
E E G EEE
Deicing Fluid
E E G EEE
Ethyl Mercaptan
G
Denatured Alcohol
E
Ethyl Pentachlorobenzene
E
G
Detergents
G G G E GAA
Ethyl Phthalate
E
E
E
Ethyl Silicate
E
E
E
Developing Solutions
E
E
E
E
E
G
X
Ethyl Chloride
E
C
X
Decalin EE
E
E
E
A
X
E
Dextrin EEE
Ethylamine E EE
Dextrose
G C C C CAA
Ethylbenzene E E EE
Diacetone E E EEE
Ethylcellulose E E EE
Diacetone Alcohol
E E E EEE
Ehylene Chloride
C
C
G
C
C
A
X
Diammonium Phosphate
X X GEE
Ehylene Dichloride
C
G
G
G
G
A
X
DiazinonG
Ehylene Glycol
E
G
G
G
G
A
X
Dibenzyl Ether
E
E
E
E
E
Ehylene Oxide
E
X
G
G
G
X
X
Dibutyl Phthalate
E
E
E
E
E
Fatty Acids
E
F
X
C
E
A
A
Dibutylsebacate E
Ferric Chloride
X
X
X
X
X
X
A
Dichlorobenzene (ortho)
E
E
E
Ferric Hydroxide
C
C
C
E
E
A
C
Dichlorobenzene (para)
E
E
E
Ferric Nitrate (10 - 50%)
X
X
X
G
G
X
A
DichloroethyleneX
Ferric Sulfate
X
X
X
C
C
X
A
Dichloromethane E E EE
Ferrous Chloride
X
X
C
X
X
X
A
Diesel Fuels
E
E
G
E
E
Ferrous Nitrate EEE
Diethanolamine - 20%
E
X
E
E
E
Ferrous Sulfate
G
Diethanolamine E
X
E
E
E
Fertilizer
E E E EEE
Diethyl Ether
E E G EEE
Fire-Resistant Hydra-Fluid
E
A
G
X
G
E
X
E
G
E
C
X
A
E
Diethyl Phthalate
E
E
E
Fixing Solution (Photo)
E
E
E
Diethyl Sebacate
E
E
E
Fluboric Acid
X
C
C
A
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
C
E
X
Diethylamine
G C X G GXA
Fluosilicic Acid
E
E
Diethylene Dioxide
E E E EEE
Formaldehyde (50%)
C
G
X
E
E
X
A
Diethylene Ether
E E E EEE
Formic Acid (Anhydrous)
E
X
X
C
C
X
A
107
BRASS
CARBON STEEL
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
NYLON
POLYPROPYLENE
ALUMINUM
BRASS
CARBON STEEL
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
NYLON
POLYPROPYLENE
Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C).
ALUMINUM
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
Freon 11
G
G
X
G
G
X
X
Hydrogen Chloride (Dry Gas)
X
G
G
C
C
X
A
Freon 12
G
G
X
G
G
X
X
Hydrogen Gas
E
E
C
E
E
X
A
Freon 22
G
G
X
G
G
X
X
Hydroquinine EE
Fruit Juices
G
G
X
G
G
A
A
Hydroquinine Solution
Fuel Oil
G
G
G
G
G
A
X
Hypo chlorous Acid
E
E
Fumaric Acid
Ink (Printers)
E
E
X
X
X
X
G
G
G
E
X
Furan
E E E EE
Ink Oil
E
E
E
E
Furfural
G G G G GAX
Insulating Oil
E
E
E
E
X
Furfuran
E E E EE
Iodine
Fusel Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Iron Acetate Liquor
E
E
E
E
Fyrguard 150, 200
E
E
E
E
E
Iron Sulfate Solution
X
X
E
E
E
Fyrquel 15R&O, 220R&O, 550R&O
E
E
Isobutanol
E GE EE
Fyrquel 90, 150, 220, 300, 550, 1000
E
E
Isobutyl Alcohol
E
Gallic Acid X EEE
Gasohol
E E G EEX
E X X X XXA
X
G
E
E
E
Isocyanate E EE
Isooctane
G E E EE
Gasoline (Oxygenated-Blended with MTBE)E
E
G
E
E
X
Isoproponal
E GE EEE
Gasoline - Refined
G
G
G
G
G
A
X
Isopropyl Acetate
E
Gasoline - Sour
X
G
G
G
G
A
X
Isopropyl Alcohol
E GE EEE
E
E
E
E
Gelatin
G G X G GAA
Isopropyl Ether
C
Glucose
E E E EE
Isopropyltoluene
E E E EE
Glue
G G G C GCA
Jet Fuel (JP4, JP5)
G
Glycerine
E E G E EAA
Karo Syrup
Glycerol
E E GEE
Kerosene
Glycols
G G G G GAA
Ketchup EE
Grease
E E E EE
Ketones
Grease, Silicone Base
E
E
E
E
E
Lacquer - Alcohol or Acetate as SolventE
Green Liquor
C
C
G
C
C
E
E
E
C
A
G
E
C
G
E
G
A
G
G
E
E
X
X
X
G G G G GXX
G G G G GAX
E X X E
Lacquer - Toluene or Xylene as SolventE E X X E Lactic Acid (25%)
F
G
X
C
C
A
A
Heptane
G G G G GAX
Lactic Acid (80%)
G
G
X
C
C
A
A
Hexaldehyde
E E E EE
Lactol E E EE
Green Sulfate Liquor
Hexane
G G G E EAX
Lard Oil
Hexanol
E GE EE
Lasso EE
G
C
F
G
G
A
A
Hexene E E EE
Latex Paint
E
E
E
E
E
Hexyl Alcohol
Lead Acetate
X
X
X
G
G
X
A
Hexylene E E EE
Lead Chloride
X
C
C
G
G
X
C
Houghto-Safe 1055, 1110, 1115, 1120, 1130E
E
E
E
E
Lead Nitrate Solution
E
E
E
Houghto-Safe 271, 416, 520, & 616, 620E
E
E
E
E
Lead Sulfate
X
G
G
Houghto-Safe 5048
108
X
E
G
E
E
E
E E E EE
X
C
X
Houghto-Safe 625, 640 & 525 under100°FE
E
E
E
E
Ligroin GEE
HPO (Sodium Thiosulfate)
X
X
E
E
Lime G
G
Hy-Chock Oil
E
E
E
Hydrafluid 760 E
E
E
Lime Chlorinated (normal 35-37% Chlorine)
Lime Sulphur
X
X
X
G
G
Lime Sulfur Solution
X
X
G
E
E
Limonene
E E E EE
E
E
Hydrafluid AZR&O, A, B, AA, C
E
E
E
E
Hydrasol A
E
E
E
E
Hydraulic Fluid (Phosphate Ester Base)
E
E
E
Hydraulic Fluid (Polyalphaolifin)
E
E
E
E
E
Lime, Chlorinated
C
Lecithin EE
X
G
E
G
X
A
Lindane EE
Hydraulic Fluid (Std. Petroleum Oils)
E
E
E
E
E
Liquid Soap
E
E
E
E
E
Hydraulic Fluid (Water Glycol Based)
E
E
E
E
E
Lonoleic Acid
G
X
X
G
G
X
A
Hydraulic Fluid HF-18, HF-20
E
E
E
E
E
Linseed Oil
G
G
G
G
G
A
A
Hydraulic Fluid HF-31
E
E
E
E
E
Lubricants (oil)
G
E
G
G
G
A
X
Hydrobromic Acid - 50%
X
X
X
X
X
A
Machine Oil Under 135°F
E
E
E
E
E
X
Hydrobromic Acid - 20%
X
X
X
X
X
X
A
Magnesium Carbonate
G
C
C
G
G
X
A
Hydrochloric Acid - 20%
X
X
X
X
X
X
A
Magnesium Chloride
X
X
C
C
C
X
A
Hydrochloric Acid - 38%
X
X
X
X
X
X
A
Magnesium Hydroxide
G
G
G
E
E
X
A
Hydrocyanic Acid
G
X
G
G
G
X
A
Magnesium Nitrate
G
G
G
G
G
X
A
Hydrofluosilicic Acid-10 -50%
X
G
X
C
X
X
G
Magnesium Oxide
C
C
C
C
C
X
C
Hydrogen Fluoride
E
E
E
Magnesium Sulfate
G
C
C
G
G
X
A
Hydrogen Peroxide (35% or less)
E
X
X
G
E
Malathion E E EE
Hydrogen Peroxide (50% or less)
E
X
X
G
E
Maleic Acid
Hydrogen Peroxide (70% or less)
E
X
X
G
E
Maxmul E E
Hydrogen Peroxide (90% or less)
E
X
X
G
E
Hydrogen Sulfide
C
C
C
X
G
X
A
C
G
X
C
G
X
MBK (Methyl Butyl Ketone)
E
E
E
E
E
MEK (Ethyl Methyl Ketone)
E
E
E
E
E
A
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
ALUMINUM
POLYPROPYLENE
NYLON
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
CARBON STEEL
BRASS
ALUMINUM
Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C).
Mecurious Nitrate Solution
X
E
E
E Nitrous Oxide
X
E
E
E
Mercuric Chloride
X
X
X
X
C
X
A
Octadecanoic Acid
X
X
X
G
E
Mercuric Cyanide
X
X
X
G
G
X
A
Octanol
E GE EE
Mercury
X X G E EAA Octyl Alcohol
E
G
E
E
E
Mesityl Oxide
E
E
E
E
E Oil - Castor
G
G
G
G
G
A
A
Metallic Soaps
E
E
E
E
E
Oil - Coconut
G
C
F
G
G
A
A
Methane
E E G E EAX
Oil - Corn
G
G
G
C
G
A
A
Methanol
G G G G GAA Oil - Cotton Seed
G
G
G
G
G
A
A
G
G
G
G
G
A
X
Methyamine E EE Oil - Linseed
G
G
G
G
G
A
A
G
E
G
E
G
A
A
G
E
G
G
G
A
A
G
G
G
E
E
A
X
E
E
E
E
E
G
F
G
C
E
Methoxychlor Solution
E
E
E
Oil - Fuel
Methyl Acetate
E
E
E
E
E
Methyl Acrylate
E
E
E
E
E
Oil - Mineral
Methyl Alcohol
E
G
E
E
E
Methyl Bromide
X
C
G
G
G
Methyl Butyl Ketone
E
E
Oil - Silicon
Oil - Vegetable
X
X
Oils, Animal
E
E
E
Methyl Cyanide
E
E
E
Oleum
G X G G GXX
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
G
G
G
G
G
Olive Oil
E GG EEE
Methyl Formate
E
E
E
E
E
Ortho-Dichlorobenzene E EE
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone
G
G
G
G
G
A
X
Oxalic Acid
G
Methyl Metha Crylate
G
C
X
G
G
X
A
Oxygen
G G G G GXX
Methyl Nutanathiol
E
E Ozone
E E E EEE
Methyl Phenol
E
G
E
E
G
Paint (inorganic)
E
E
E
E
Methyl Salicylate
E
E
E
E
E
Palmitic Acid
G
F
F
G
G
Methylene Chloride
C
G
G
C
C
Palm Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Methylene Dichloride
X
E
E
E
E
Paraffin
G G G G GAA
Milk
E X G E EAA Paraformaldehyde
E EE
Mineral Oil
G
E
G
E
G
Peanut Oil
E E E EEE
Mobile Therm 603
E
E
E
E
E
Pentasol
E E E EE
Molasses
G XGEE Perchloric Acid GEE
Monochloroacetic Acid Solution
G
X
X
Oleic Acid
A
A
A
X
X
A
X
Perchloroethylene
Monochlorobenzene E E EE Petrolatum
C
X
X
X
A
X
X
X
A
A
G G G C CXX
G C F G GAC
Monoethanolamine E E EE Petroleum Ether
E
G
E
E
Monomethylamine E EE Phenol (Carbonic Acid)
E
E
G
C
E
Monosodium Phosphate
X
X
E
E
E
Phenyl Chloride
E
E
E
E
E
Motor Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Phorone E E EE
Mould Oil
E
E
E
Mouth Wash
E
E
E
E
E
Muriatic Acid
X
C
C
X
X
X
X
X
Phosphoric Acid (25-50%)
X
X
X
C
C
X
A
Phosphoric Acid (50-85%)
X
X
X
C
C
X
A
C
C
X
E
E
X
X
Mustard X EE Phthalic Anhydride
C
G
G
E
E
X
X
Naptha E G EE Picric Acid
E
X
X
G
G
X
C
X
A
Photographic Solutions
Napthalene
G G G E EAA Plating Solutions
Napthalene
G G G G GAX
E
Brass
C
E
Cadmium
C G C C GXA
E
E
Chrome (40%)
X
C
X
G
G
X
A
C
C
Copper Cyanide
C
C
C
C
C
X
A
G
Gold
C
C
C
C
E
X
A
Iron
C C C C CXA
Neutral Oil
E
E
Nickel Acetate
E
E
E
Nickel Chloride
X
X
X
Nickel Nitrate
X
Nickel Plating Solution
E
E
Nickel Sulfate
X
X
X
A
X
A
C
C
C
G
Lead
C
X
G
Nickel
C C C E EXA
Niter Cake
X
X
X
E
E
Silver
C
Nitric Acid (100%)
E
X
X
G
C
X
X
Tin
C C C C FXA
Nitric Acid (50%)
X
X
X
G
C
X
X
Zinc
C
Nitric Acid (30%)
X
X
X
E
C
X
X
Nitrobenzene
E G G G GAA Potassium Acetate
C
C
C
E
C
X
A
G
E
E
X
E
C
E
G
C
C
C
C
Nicotine Salts
X
X
A
A
A
Potash X G EEE
X
X
G
C
C
A
A
Nitroethane E EE Potassium Bicarbonate (30%)
X
G
G
E
E
A
A
Nitogen, Liquid
E
E
E
E
E
X
G
G
E
E
A
A
Nitrogen Gas
E
E
E
E
E Potassium Chlorate (30%)
G
X
G
G
E
X
A
X
E
E
E
X
X
G
C
C
A
A
Nitromethane E EE Potassium Chromate (30%)
G
G
C
G
G
X
A
Nitropropane E EE Potassium Cyanide (30%)
X
X
G
G
G
X
A
Nitrosyl Chloride
E
E
Potassium Dichromate (30%)
E
G
G
E
E
X
A
Nitrous Acid (Up to 10%)
E
E
Potassium Hydroxide (90%)
X
X
C
X
C
X
A
Nitrogen Oxide
X
X
X
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
Potassium Carbonate (50%)
Potassium Chloride (30%)
109
X
A
Soybean Oil
G
X
A
Spent Acid
E
E
Potassium Sulfate (10%)
E
G
G
E
E
A
A
Stannic Chloride
X
X
X
X
X
X
A
Propane
E E G G GXX
Stannous Chloride
X
X
X
X
C
X
X
E
E
E
Propylene Glycol
G
G
G
G
G
A
A
Stauffer Jet 1
E
E
E
E
E
Propylene Oxide (90%)
C
C
C
E
E
X
X
Stauffer Jet 2
E
E
E
E
E
Purina Insecticide
E
G
E
E
E
Steam
C C C C CXC
Puropale RX Oils
E
E
E
E
E
Stearic Acid
G
F
F
G
E
A
A
E
E
E E
Stoddard's Solvent
G
G
G
G
G
X
A
X
E
E
Starch Gum EEE
Pyrene
X G X GG X
STPP (Sodium Tripolyphosphate)
X
Pyridine
G G G G GAX
Styrene
X GG XG
Pyrogallic Acid
G
Sucrose Solutions
G
G
G
E
E
E
Pyroguard 160, 230, 630
E
E
E
Sugar Liquors (Cane)
E
G
G
G
G
A
A
Pyroguard 51, 53, 55
E
E
E
Sugar Liquors (Beet)
E
G
G
E
E
A
A
Pyroguard C, D
E
E
E
E
Sulfate Liquors
G
X
F
C
G
X
A
Quenching Oil
E
E
E
Sulfite Liquors
X
X
X
G
G
X
X
Quintolubric 822
E
E
E
E
E
Sulfur Chloride
X
C
X
C
C
X
X
Ramrod (Ag Spray)
E
E
E
E
E
Sulfur Dioxide (Dry)
G
G
E
C
G
X
A
Rando Oils
E
E
E
E
E
Sulfur Trioxide
G
G
G
C
G
X
X
Rapeseed Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Sulfuric Acid to 10%
X
G
X
X
X
X
A
Red Oil (MIL-5606)
G
E
E
X
X
G
G
G
E
Sulfuric Acid - 100%
X
X
G
C
C
X
X
Refined Wax (Petroleum)
E
E
E
E
Sulfurous Acid
G
G
X
X
C
X
A
Regal Oils R&O
E
E
E
E
E
Sun R&O Oils
E
E
E
E
Salicyclic Acid
G
E
E
Suntac HP Oils
E
E
E
E
E
E
Suntac WR Oils
E
E
E
Sunvis Oils 700, 800, 900
E
E
E
E
E
E
Salt Water
Sewage
110
E
Propionic Acid
Pydraul 10E, 29E-LT, 30E, 60, 65E, 115SEE
E
POLYPROPYLENE
G
G
NYLON
POLYPROPYLENE
G
G
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
NYLON
G
G
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
G
G
CARBON STEEL
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
E
Potassium Permanganate (20%)
BRASS
CARBON STEEL
Potassium Nitrate (80%)
ALUMINUM
BRASS
Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C).
ALUMINUM
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
G
G
E
G E X EE
Silicone Greases
E
E
E
E
Synthetic Oil (Citgo)
Silicone Oils
E
E
E
E
Syrup E EE
X
Silver Nitrate
X
X
G
E
Skydrol 500A & 7000
E
E
E
E
Soap Solutions
G
G
G
G
A
Tallow
Soda Ash
X GE EEE
Tannic Acid
X
C
X
G
G
X
A
Sodium Acetate
E
G
X
G
G
A
A
Tanning Liiquors
E
C
C
E
E
X
A
Sodium Bicarbonate - 20%
G
G
F
E
E
A
A
Tar Under 100°F
E
G
E
E
E
G
X
A
A
Tall Oil
X
G
Tall Oil under 150°F
X
G
E G G GG
Sodium Bisulfate
X
C
G
C
C
A
A
Tartaric Acid
C
C
C
E
E
Sodium Bisulfite
X
G
X
C
C
A
A
Tellus Oils
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
A
A
Sodium Borate
G
G
3
G
G
A
A
Tenol Oils
Sodium Perborate - 10%
G
X
G
G
G
X
A
Tergitol GG EE
Sodium Carbonate
X
G
G
C
G
A
A
Tetrahydrofuran (THF)
G
Sodium Chlorate - 50%
G
G
X
G
G
X
A
Theobromo Oil
E
E
E
Sodium Chloride
X
X
G
G
E
Titanium Tetrachloride
X
G
C
G
Sodium Chromate
X
X
G
E
E
Toluene
E E E E EAX
Sodium Cyanide
X
X
G
C
C
A
A
Toluene Diisocyanate
Sodium Dichromate
G
X
G
G
G
X
A
Tetrahydrofuran
X C E E GAX
Tomato Juice
G
X
E
E
X
Sodium Fluoride (70%)
G
C
F
G
G
G
G
X
A
Transformer Oil (Askarel Types)
E
E
E
E
X
A
Transformer Oil (Petroleum Types)
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
X
F
X
Sodium Hydroxide - 50%
X
X
F
E
C
Sodium Hydroxide 40%
X
X
G
E
E
Transmission Fluid
Sodium Hydroxide - 30%
X
G
G
E
E
A
Tributoxyethyl Phosphate
X
E
E
X
E
X
E
Sodium Hydroxide - 70%
X
X
A
G
Sodium Hydrochloride - 30%
X
G
G
C
C
X
A
Tributyl Phosphate
X
Sodium Hypochlorite
X
X
X
C
C
X
A
Trichloroethylene
X E X E
Sodium Metaphosphate
X
X
X
G
G
X
X
Tricresyl Phosphate
X
Sodium Nitrate - 40%
E
G
G
E
E
A
A
Triethanolamine
G X G G GAX
C C C G GAX
E
G
Sodium Perborate - 10%
G
X
G
G
G
X
A
Triethylamine
Sodium Peroxide - 10%
G
X
G
G
G
X
A
Trihydroxybenzoic Acid X EEE
Sodium Phosphate
X
X
E
E
Trinitriphenol
X X X EE
Sodium Silicate
E
G
G
G
G
A
A
Trisodium Phosphate
X
G
G
E
E
Sodium Sulfate
C
G
G
C
E
A
A
Tung Oil
E
E
E
E
E
Sodium Sulfide - 50%
X
X
G
C
G
X
A
Turpentine
G X G E EXX
Sodium Thiosulphate
G
X
X
G
G
A
A
Ucon Hydrolube Types 150CP, 200CP
E
E
E
E
E
Solnus Oils
E
E
E
E
E
Ucon M1
E
E
E
E
E
A
A
POLYPROPYLENE
E
E
E
E
E
Urea - 50%
G
C
G
G
G
Urine
C C G E EXA
NYLON
Union Hydraulic Tractor Fluid
STAINLESS
STEEL, 316
BRASS
STAINLESS
STEEL, 304
ALUMINUM
CARBON STEEL
Ratings given are based at +70°F (+21°C).
A
A
Varnish GG EE
Vegetable Oils
E
E
E
E
Versilube F-50, F-44
E
E
E
E
Vinegar
G X G G GXA
Vinyl Acetate
E
G
E
G
Vinyl Chloride
E
X
G
E
E
Vitrea Oils
E
E
E
VM&P Naptha
G
E
E
E
E
Water Acid (Mine)
X
X
X
C
C
X
A
Water (Distilled)
X
G
X
G
G
A
A
Water (Sea)
G
G
X
G
G
A
A
Whiskey
X G G E EXA
E
White Liquor
G
C
X
G
G
X
A
Wine X
G
X
E
E
X
A
Xylene
G G G G GAX
RESISTANCE TABLES
COUPLING MATERIAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
Zeric EE
Zinc Chloride
X
X
X
X
G
A
A
Zinc Nitrate
C
C
C
G
G
X
A
Zinc Sulfate - 50%
X
G
X
E
E
X
A
111
DECIMAL & MILLIMETER EQUIVALENTS OF FRACTIONS AND
VACUUM CONVERSION TABLE
DECIMAL AND MILLIMETER EQUIVALENTS OF FRACTIONS
1 inch = 25.4 millimeters Fractional Inch
1/64
1/32
1/16
1 inch = 25.4 millimeters
Decimal
1/8
1
2
1
3
4
2
1
5
6
3
7
8
4
2
9
10
5
11
12
6
3
13
14
7
15
16
8
4
17
18
9
19
20
10
5
21
22
11
23
24
12
6
25
26
13
27
28
14
7
29
30
15
31
32
16
8
1
2
3
4
inch
mm
0.016
0.031
0.047
0.063
0.078
0.094
0.109
0.125
0.141
0.156
0.172
0.188
0.203
0.219
0.234
0.250
0.266
0.281
0.297
0.313
0.328
0.344
0.359
0.375
0.391
0.406
0.422
0.438
0.453
0.469
0.484
0.500
0.40
0.79
1.19
1.59
1.98
2.38
2.78
3.18
3.57
4.00
4.40
4.80
5.20
5.60
6.00
6.40
6.70
7.10
7.50
7.90
8.30
8.70
9.10
9.50
9.90
10.30
10.70
11.10
11.50
11.90
12.30
12.70
Fractional Inch
1/64
1 INCH = 25.4 MILLIMETERS
CONVERSION TABLES
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
1/32
1/16
33
34
17
35
36
18
9
37
38
19
39
40
20
10
41
42
21
43
44
22
11
45
46
23
47
48
24
12
49
50
25
51
52
26
13
53
54
27
55
56
28
14
57
58
29
59
60
30
15
61
62
31
63
64
32
16
Decimal
1/8
5
6
7
8
inch
mm
0.516
0.531
0.547
0.563
0.578
0.594
0.609
0.625
0.641
0.656
0.672
0.688
0.703
0.719
0.734
0.750
0.766
0.781
0.797
0.813
0.828
0.844
0.859
0.875
0.891
0.906
0.922
0.938
0.953
0.969
0.984
1.000
13.10
13.50
13.90
14.30
14.70
15.10
15.50
15.90
16.30
16.70
17.10
17.50
17.90
18.30
18.70
19.10
19.50
19.80
20.30
20.60
21.00
21.40
21.80
22.20
22.60
23.00
23.40
23.80
24.20
24.60
25.00
25.40
VACUUM CONVERSION TABLE FOR WATER (SUCTION)
ATM
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
112
PSI
1.40
2.80
4.20
5.70
7.10
8.50
10.00
11.40
12.80
14.20
Meter(s)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Feet
3 ft. 3-3/8 in.
6 ft. 6-3/4 in.
9 ft. 10-1/8 in.
13 ft. 1-1/2 in.
16 ft. 4-13/16 in.
19 ft. 8-3/16 in.
22 ft. 11-9/16 in.
26 ft. 2-15/16 in.
29 ft. 6-3/8 in.
32 ft. 9-11/16 in.
mm
73.60
147.10
220.70
294.20
367.80
441.30
514.90
588.40
662.00
735.50
In Hg
2.90
5.80
8.70
11.60
14.50
17.40
20.30
23.20
26.00
29.00
%
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Look up reading in middle column (shaded). If in degrees Centigrade, read Farenheit equivalent in right-hand
column; if in Farenheit degrees, read Centigrade equivalent in left-hand column.
°F = (°C x 1.8) +32
C
-51
-46
-40
-34
-29
-23
-17.8
-17.2
-16.7
-16.1
-15.6
-15.0
-14.4
-13.9
-13.3
-12.8
-12.2
-11.7
-11.1
-10.6
-10.0
-9.4
-8.9
-8.3
-7.8
-7.2
-6.7
-6.1
-5.6
-5.0
-4.4
-3.9
-3.3
-2.8
-2.2
-1.7
-1.1
-0.6
0
C
F
F
C
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
-76
-58
-40
-22
-4
14
32
33.8
35.6
37.4
39.2
41.0
42.8
44.6
46.4
48.2
50.0
51.8
53.6
55.4
57.2
59.0
60.8
62.6
64.4
66.2
68.0
69.8
71.6
73.4
75.2
77.0
78.8
80.6
82.4
84.2
86.0
87.7
89.6
.6
1.1
1.7
2.2
2.8
3.3
3.9
4.4
5.0
5.6
6.1
6.7
7.2
7.8
8.3
8.9
9.4
10.0
10.6
11.1
11.7
12.2
12.8
13.3
13.9
14.4
15.0
15.6
16.1
16.7
17.2
17.8
18.3
18.9
19.4
20.0
20.6
21.1
21.7
°C = (°F - 32) x .5556
C
F
F
C
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
91.4
93.2
95.0
96.8
98.6
100.4
102.2
104.0
105.8
107.6
109.4
111.2
113.0
114.8
116.6
118.4
120.2
122.0
123.8
125.6
127.4
129.2
131.0
132.8
134.6
136.4
138.2
140.0
141.8
143.6
145.4
147.2
149.0
150.8
152.6
154.4
156.2
158.0
159.8
C
F
F
22.2
22.8
23.3
23.9
24.4
25.0
25.6
26.1
26.7
27.2
27.8
28.3
28.9
29.4
30.0
30.6
31.1
31.7
32.2
32.8
33.3
33.9
34.4
35.0
35.6
36.1
36.7
37.2
37.8
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
161.6
163.4
165.2
167.0
168.8
170.6
172.4
174.2
176.0
177.8
179.6
181.4
183.2
185.0
186.8
188.6
190.4
192.2
194.0
195.8
197.6
199.4
201.2
203.0
204.8
206.6
208.4
210.2
212.0
43
49
54
60
66
71
77
82
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
230
248
266
284
302
320
338
356
CONVERSION TABLES
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
113
CONVERSION TABLES
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
PRESSURE RATING CONVERSION
TABLE 1: PSI TO BAR CONVERSION
PSI
BAR
1..............................0.07
2..............................0.14
3..............................0.21
4.............................0.28
5.............................0.34
6.............................0.41
7.............................0.48
8.............................0.55
9.............................0.62
10.............................0.69
11.............................0.76
12.............................0.83
13.............................0.90
14.............................0.97
15.............................1.03
16.............................1.10
17.............................1.17
18.............................1.24
19.............................1.31
20.............................1.38
21.............................1.45
22.............................1.52
23.............................1.59
24.............................1.66
25.............................1.72
PSI
BAR
30.................................2.07
35.................................2.41
40.................................2.76
45.................................3.10
50.................................3.45
55.................................3.79
60.................................4.14
65.................................4.48
70.................................4.83
75.................................5.17
80.................................5.52
85.................................5.86
90.................................6.21
95.................................6.55
100.................................6.89
110.................................7.58
120.................................8.27
130.................................8.96
140.................................9.65
150..............................10.34
160..............................11.03
170..............................11.72
180..............................12.41
190..............................13.10
200..............................13.79
PSI
BAR
210..............................14.48
220..............................15.17
230..............................15.86
240..............................16.55
250..............................17.24
275..............................18.96
300..............................20.68
325..............................22.41
350..............................24.13
375..............................25.86
400..............................27.58
425..............................29.30
450..............................31.03
475..............................32.75
500..............................34.47
550..............................37.92
600..............................41.37
650..............................44.82
700..............................48.26
750..............................51.71
800..............................55.16
850..............................58.61
900..............................62.05
950..............................65.50
1000..............................68.95
TABLE 2: BAR TO PSI CONVERSION
BAR
PSI
1............................14.50
2........................... 29.01
3........................... 43.51
4...........................58.02
5...........................72.52
6...........................87.02
7.........................101.50
8.........................116.00
9.........................130.50
10.........................145.00
11.........................159.50
12.........................174.00
13.........................188.50
14.........................203.10
15.........................217.60
16.........................232.10
17.........................246.60
18.........................261.10
19.........................275.60
20.........................290.10
21.........................304.60
22.........................319.10
23.........................333.60
24.........................348.10
25.........................362.60
114
BAR
PSI
30...............................435.10
35...............................507.60
40...............................580.20
45...............................652.70
50...............................725.20
55...............................797.70
60...............................870.20
65...............................942.70
70...............................1015.0
75...............................1088.0
80...............................1160.0
85...............................1233.0
90...............................1305.0
95...............................1378.0
100...............................1450.0
110...............................1595.0
120...............................1740.0
130...............................1885.0
140...............................2031.0
150.............................. 2176.0
160.............................. 2321.0
170.............................. 2466.0
180.............................. 2611.0
190.............................. 2756.0
200.............................. 2901.0
BAR
PSI
210.............................3046.0
220.............................3191.0
230.............................3336.0
240.............................3481.0
250.............................3626.0
275.............................3989.0
300.............................4351.0
325.............................4714.0
350.............................5076.0
375.............................5439.0
400.............................5802.0
425.............................6164.0
450.............................6527.0
475.............................6889.0
500.............................7252.0
550.............................7977.0
600.............................8702.0
650.............................9427.0
700..........................10153.0
750..........................10878.0
800...........................11603.0
850..........................12328.0
900..........................13053.0
950..........................13779.0
1000..........................14504.0
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possession not more than 30 days. If merchandise is acceptPAYMENT TERMS
ed for return, merchandise must be returned Freight
 Net 30 days (to approved and qualified accounts).
Prepaid, and buyer will be charged a minimum of 15% rehan We reserve the right to hold shipments against past due
dling charge, plus a chargeback for outbound freight chargaccounts.
es if the original order was shipped prepaid. Returns are not
 Seller may require full or partial payment in advance if,
accepted for any merchandise that is specifically manufacin its sole judgement, the financial condition of the buyer tured to meet the buyer’s requirement of either specificadoes not justify the terms specified.
tions or large quantity.
 All past due accounts are subject to a late payment
charge of 1.5% per month, or maximum allowed by law
DELIVERY, DAMAGES, SHORTAGES
if different, along with the expenses incidental to
Delivery to the initial common carrier shall constitute the
collection including reasonable attorney’s fees.
delivery to the buyer. Our responsibility, insofar as transpor Returned checks are subject to a minimum $50.00
tation risks are concerned, ceases upon the delivery of the
charge.
merchandise in good condition to such a carrier, and all the
merchandise shall be shipped at the buyer’s risk.
ACCEPTANCE, ALTERATION AND
CANCELLATION OF ORDERS
Orders for other than standard items or standard lengths
may not be cancelled after purchase has been committed,
production scheduled or any costs incurred.
RETURN OF DEFECTIVE MERCHANDISE
Defective or failed material to be held at the buyer’s premises until authorization has been granted by seller to return
or dispose of merchandise. Merchandise to be returned for
final inspection must be returned Freight Prepaid in the
most economical way. Credit will be issued for material
found to be defective upon our inspection based on prices
at time of purchase.
GOODS DAMAGED IN SHIPMENT
Upon receipt of shipment, any evidence of damage to
original shipping package must be reported by the receiving party and a claim made with the delivering carrier upon
receipt of shipment.
CONCEALED DAMAGE
Any evidence of damage to material shipped, upon the
opening of the original shipping package, must be reported
by the receiving party to and a claim made with the
delivering carrier without delay.
LIMITED WARRANTY
The merchandise or products sold or distributed by Jason Industrial Inc. are warranted to our customers to be free from defects in material and
workmanship at the time of shipment by us. All warranty claims shall be made within 90 days after we have shipped the merchandise. Our liability
hereunder is limited to the purchase price of any merchandise proved defective, or, at our option, to the replacement of such merchandise upon its
authorized return to us.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, STATUTORY, OR OTHERWISE CREATED
UNDER APPLICABLE LAW INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANT ABILITY AND THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL WE BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFITS.
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NON CATALOGED HOSE REQUEST
While Jason catalogs many useful hose products for a multitude of applications,
there is always the possibility that we may not catalog a hose item you need. By
filling out this form, we will give our factories and Jason the opportunity to quote
your request.
Company Name Contact
Address Phone
City E-Mail
Salesman Fax
Is there a hose we can cross over?
Manufacturer Part Number
Please fill in the blanks:
ID
OD
WP PSI
Burst PSI
Length
Please answer the following questions:
Is this a suction hose or a discharge hose?
If a suction hose, what vacuum is required?
What is the maximum temperature of the material being conveyed? F
What is the application? Include any pertinent information such as abrasion, bend radius,
external heat conditions and any oil/acid/chemical environment.
What end connections will be used and how will they be attached?
Are there special requirements such as color, static wire(s), approvals or branding/layline?
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Jason
Industrial Inc.
®
A MEGADYNE GROUP CO.
Power Transmission Belting
 Sheaves, Pulleys & Accessories
 Industrial Hose & Couplings
 Skirtboard Rubber

Fairfield, NJ
Distribution Center
Carol Stream, IL
Tampa, FL
Los Angeles, CA
Dallas, TX
Other Jason Industrial Locations:
Megadyne America
Charlotte, NC
TBMC - Greenville, SC

Sorocaba - Sao Paulo Brazil

Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Azcapotzalco, Mexico

Edmonton, Alberta Canada

Dorval, Quebec Canada
Contact Jason Industrial for additional information. Visit us online at
www.jasonindustrial.com
Jason
Industrial Inc.
®
A MEGADYNE GROUP CO.
MEGADYNE HEADQUARTERS
Via Trieste 16, 10075
Mathi (TO) - ITALY
[email protected]
www.megadyne.it
JASON HEADQUARTERS
340 Kaplan Drive
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Ph: 973-227-4904
Fax: 973-227-1651
www.jasonindustrial.com
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