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How to Read a Hydraulic Hose Layline

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The information running down the length of a hydraulic hose is the called the hose layline.

 This is a series of identifiers and details specifying information about the hose, usually for reordering purposes. Just as importantly, however, this information will specify items such as hose diameter, maximum working pressure, temperature range, and more. Take a look at the following chart from Parker with a detailed guide of a layline, and check out the video from Parker as they discuss laylines in detail.

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Layline Section Identifier Details

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Manufacturer Designation

Parker Hannifin

GlobalCore Hose Family

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Hose Part Number

Hose Size Inside Diameter

Industry Standards

The part number is 797ST

Dash-size is -6 (10 mm, 3/8")

Complies with ISO 18752-DC

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Approvals

Approved for Mine Safety

and Health Administration

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Cover Type

Bend Radius

Comopatible with 77 Series Fittings

SuperTough (ST) Cover

1/2 Minimum Bend Radius

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Pressure

Maximum Working Pressure

42 Mega Pascals (MPa)

6,000 Pounds Per Square Inch (PSI)

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Temperature

Working Temperature Range

-40C to 125C or -40F to 257F

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Manufacturing Data

Plant Code

Manufacturing Location - US

Manufacturing Data Code - 1Q 2014

For more in depth information about hydraulic hose laylines, take a look at an article from Parker: Decoding a Hydraulic Hose Layline.

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