Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
Parker Hydraulics and Pneumatics Ltd, Unit 5, Ashbourne Estate, Mile Cross Lane, Norwich, NR6 6RY

Gates G2 Hydraulic Hose.

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GATES G2 2-WIRE HYDRAULIC HOSE

Gates G2 hydraulic hose: Superior flex impulse performance: tested to 600,000 impulse cycles. G2 hose is compatible with biodegradable hydraulic fluids like synthetic esters, polyglycols and vegetable oils as well as petroleum-based fluids.

Recommended for high pressure hydraulic applications. Tube: NBR (Nitrile) based. Reinforcement: Two braids of high tensile steel wire.

Gates G2 is a 2-wire hose meaning that it is able to cope with higher pressures than the 1-wire version (G1). It is able to suit a wide variety of applications with some of the most common being offshore, industrial, automotive and agricultural.

The G2 2-wire hose is available in the following sizes: 1/4″ (inch), 5/16″ (inch), 3/8″ (inch), 1/2″ (inch), 5/8″ (inch), 3/4″ (inch), 1″ (inch), 1 1/4″ (inch), 1 1/2″ (inch) and 2″ (inch).

For further information on this product or to request a free quotation, please contact us on 01603 403 190, or alternatively email us at sales@parkerhydraulics.co.uk today.

GATES HYDRAULIC HOSE – ORDERING DATA

HOSE DESCRIPTION INSIDE DIAMETER WORKING   PRESSURE TEMPERATURE
4G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 1/4” 5800 psi/400 BAR -40c to +100c
5G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 5/16” 5100 psi/350 BAR -40c to +100c
6G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 3/8” 4800 psi/330 BAR -40c to +100c
8G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 1/2” 4000 psi/275 BAR -40c to +100c
10G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 5/8” 3625 psi/250 BAR -40c to +100c
12G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 3/4” 3100 psi/215 BAR -40c to +100c
16G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 1” 2400 psi/165 BAR -40c to +100c
20G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 1 ¼” 1825 psi/125 BAR -40c to +100c
24G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 1 ½” 1300 psi/90 BAR -40c to +100c
32G2 Gates Hydraulic Hose 2” 1175 psi/80 BAR -40c to +100c

A G2XH range is available for high-temperature applications which is recommended for temperatures up to 150°C constant as well as G2L range which is recommended for low-temperature applications of up to -57°C constant.

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