Hydraulic Low-Temperature Spiral Hose 2500-4000 PSI – 722LT Hose | #722LT-20

Parker’s 722LT hose is a hydraulic low-temperature spiral hose with a pressure range of 2500-4000 PSI in different sizes, designed specifically to excel in the brutal operating conditions of the extreme cold.

Part Number: 722LT-20

Description: 1 1/4″ 100R12 – LT (COIL)

Technical Specifications
Hose I.D. (size): -20
Hose Inside Diameter: 1-1/4 inch, 31,4 mm
Media: Hydraulic Fluids, Lubricants,
Nominal Hose Inside Diameter: 31
Hose Outside Diameter: 1.82 inch, 46,2 mm
Maximum Operating Pressure: 3000 psi, 21,0 MPa
Minimum Bend Radius: 8-1/4 inch, 210 mm
Weight (per unit of measure): 1.74 lb/ft, 2,59 kg/m
Compatible Fitting: 43 Series
Hose Inner Tube Material: Nitrile synthetic rubber
Hose Reinforcement Material: Four spiral steel wire
Cover Material: Synthetic rubber
Minimum Operating Temperature: -70 °F, -57 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature: 212 °F, 100 °C
Application: Snow grooming equipment, heavy construction equipment, sidebooms
Item Information

Parker’s 722LT hose is a hydraulic low-temperature spiral hose with a pressure range of 2500-4000 PSI in different sizes, designed specifically to excel in the brutal operating conditions of the extreme cold. The 722LT hose provides a dependable, long-life performance in these extreme cold conditions. Sizes range from 3/8” to 1½” in diameter to fit the requirements of various markets.

Markets

  • Construction
  • Grounds & Building Maintenance
  • Oil Field Service
  • Material Handling
  • Mining

Features/Benefits

  • Working pressure of 2500-4000 PSI in different sizes
  • Half SAE bend radius for ease of installation and low force to flex
  • Delivers superior performance in extreme cold conditions
  • Meets ISO 3862-1 Type R12 / SAE J517 100R12 / EN 856 Type R12 specifications

Applications

  • Snow grooming equipment
  • Heavy construction equipment
  • Sidebooms

Compatible Fittings

  • 43 series fittings (for -6 through -20)
  • 71 series fittings (for -24 only)

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