Swagelok® Metal Hose (AH Series)
AH series all-metal hose reduces permation in high-temperature, vacuum, or highly corrosion-resistant applications where permeation or absorption is undesirable.Request More Information
AH series hose is constructed with an alloy C-276 annular convoluted core for additional corrosion resistance and a single braid outer layer 316L stainless steel for hose pressure containment. A convoluted core allows for flexibility and limits kinking.
A size range of 1/2 through 2 inch, working pressures from vacuum to 1110 psig (76.4 bar), and a variety of end connections welded in accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section IX allow the AH series hose to meet the needs of a variety of systems. Alloy C-276 braid and end connections and custom assemblies are available with other options including hose covers, hose tags, and additional helium leak testing.
|Materials||Core: convoluted C-276|
Reinforcement: 316L SS braid
End connections: 316 SS
|Nominal Hose Sizes||1/2 through 2 in.|
|Working Pressures||Vacuum to 1110 psig (76.4 bar)|
|Temperature Range||–325 to 300°F (–200 to 148°C)|
|End Connections||Swagelok tube fittings, Swagelok tube adapters, NPT fittings, VCR® metal gasket face seal fittings, female VCO® O-ring face seal fittings, SAE 37° (JIC) female swivel fittings, tube butt welds|
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