Swagelok® Polyethylene Core Hose
Swagelok's polyethylene core hose is FDA compliant, key for use in food, dairy, and water applications.Request More Information
7P series polyethylene hose has a core material compliant with FDA 21 CFR Part 177 1520 and NSF-51. Internal fiber braid reinforcement layers improve pressure containment and flexibility. The polyurethane cover resists abrasion and prevents moisture entrapment and system contamination.
|Cover||Non-perforated blue polyurethane|
|End connections||316 SS|
|Nominal Hose Sizes||1/4 through 1 in.|
|Working Pressure||Up to 2750 psig (189 bar)|
|Temperature Range||–10 to 150°F (–23 to 65°C)|
|End Connections||Swagelok tube fittings, Swagelok tube adapters, male NPT fittings, male ISO/BSP tapered and parallel fittings, SAE 37° (JIC) female swivel fittings, universal globe seal, metric female swivel fittings|
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