Thermoplastic Hose and Couplings

The thermoplastic hose and couplings from Kurt Hydraulics easily flex during operation.

Kurthydraulics Thermoplasticho 11542318

Kurt Hydraulics’ full line of thermoplastic hose and couplings are well suited for a vast range of applications.

  • Easily flexes during operation
  • Complete line features SAE 100 R7, R8 and R18 thermoplastic hydraulics hoses
  • SAE R100 R7 is a nylon hose suited for medium pressure hydraulic systems, such as machine tool applications and lift equipment
  • Constructed of thermoplastic nylon inner tube, synthetic textile braiding as reinforcement and urethane cover
  • Rated between 1,000 and 3,000 psi working pressure, and 4000 and 12,000 psi minimum burst pressure
  • Available in eight sizes between 1/8 in. I.D. and 1 in. I.D., and is also available in twin line hoses
  • SAE R100 R18 and SAE R100 R8 thermoplastic nylon hoses are suited for high pressure hydraulic systems, and for use in construction, agricultural, off-highway vehicle, and plant maintenance equipment
  • Constructed of thermoplastic nylon inner tube, unique internal reinforcements and black urethane cover
  • R18 hydraulic hose is rated at 3,000 psi working pressure, and the R8 is rated between 3,500 and 5,000 psi working pressure
  • R18 hose is available in four sizes from 1/4 to 1/2 in. I.D, and the R8 hose is available in four sizes from 3/16 to 1/2 in. I.D., and is also available in twin line hoses
  • R7, R18 and R8 hoses are available in nonconductive versions for use in applications that require electrical component isolation 
  • Working temperature range for all hoses is -40 to 212 F
  • Urethane covering is abrasion, ozone and weather resistant
  • Smooth, glossy urethane cover on also provides visual finish   
  • Specialty, multi-hose setups available
  • R7 coupling available for use with thermoplastic hoses, and includes both crimped and swaged varieties        
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