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LP Gas Hose Permeation

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In recent years there have been concerns about the permeation of LP Gas through LP Gas hose. While wet or sitting in water, bubbling has been observed from the pinprick holes in the cover. Others have observed gas slowly escaping from the area where the ferrule attaches to the coupling insert. Some users have wrongly assumed this to be excessive permeation or leakage.  Take a look at this technical update from Parker to learn more.

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