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Minimum Bend Radius in Hose

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This bulletin from Parker shows the minimum bend radius in hose. The minimum bend radius is measured from the inside edge of the hose to the centerline of the bend. One way to check the bend radius of the hose is with a template. Cut a piece of stiff material to the minimum bend radius, hold it against the inside of the bend. If the hose bend is the same size or larger than the radius on the template, the bend is okay. If not, the radius is too small. Our hose and fittings group has been working with Parker for years and can help your team determine which hose and fittings products are best for your operation.
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