Standard hydraulic hose – 550H | #550H-8

Parker 550H Hoses are designed to match high demands in hydraulics or media transfer applications. They offer reliability, versatility and a high degree of customization and are ideal for production environments. For working pressure up to 22.5 MPa.

Part Number:550H-8

Description: 550H-8

Technical Specifications
Maximum Working Pressure (MPa): 14
Nominal Hose Inside Diameter: 12
Hose I.D. (size): -8
Hose Inside Diameter: 12.7 mm, 1/2 inch
Hose Outside Diameter: 20.3 mm
Maximum Operating Pressure: 2000 psi
Minimum Burst Pressure: 56 MPa, 8000 psi
Minimum Bend Radius: 76 mm
Weight (per unit of measure): 0.21 kg/m
Compatible Fitting: 56
Hose Inner Tube Material: Polyester elastomer
Hose Type: Single Line
Color: black
Item Information

Parker 550H Hoses are designed to match high demands in hydraulics or media transfer applications. They offer reliability, versatility and a high degree of customization and are therefore offer the developing engineer a rich choice of solutions, always assured that the long service life and easy installation are ideal for todays demanding production environments. Additionally, long available lengths reduce waste for distribution and assembly production.

Markets

  • Industrial hydraulics
  • Mobile

Features/Benefits

  • High abrasion resistance
  • Small bend radii
  • Low weight
  • High flexibility

Applications

  • Medium pressure service for general industrial and mobile hydraulic applications
  • Construction and agricultural machinery
  • Material conveying systems and lifting devices
  • Machine tools
  • For working pressure up to 22.5 MPa (3250 psi)

Technical Specifications:

  • Core tube: Polyester elastomer
  • Pressure reinforcement: One braided layer of high tensile synthetic fibre
  • Cover: Polyurethane, pinpricked
  • Colour: black
  • Temperature range: -40°C up to +100°C for petroleum, max. 57°C for synthetic hydraulic fluids and water-based hydraulic fluids.

Notes:

  • Also available as twinline or multiline hose.

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