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General Technical

How To Order ................................................................................. U3
Standard Nomenclature (Seal-Lok, Triple-Lok, Ferulok, Intru-Lok, JIS and K4) ...................................................................................................... U3 Hydraulic Flange Nomenclature ............................................................................ U4 EO/EO-2 Nomenclature ......................................................................................... U5

Connectors for World Class Products ......................................... U6 Conformance Standards .............................................................. U9 Compatibility ............................................................................... U10
Media Compatability ............................................................................................ U10 Material Compatibility .......................................................................................... U10 Corrosion of Base Metals in Contact ................................................................... U12 O-Ring / Seal Material Selection.......................................................................... U13

Tube Selection ............................................................................. U14
Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility ................................................................ U14 Determining Tube Size ......................................................................................... U15 Recommended Flow Diameters .......................................................................... U17 Inch Tube Pressure Ratings ................................................................................. U19 Metric Tube Pressure Ratings .............................................................................. U21

Tube Fitting Pressure Drop ........................................................ U22 Fitting and Adapter Pressure Ratings ....................................... U24 Port Details .................................................................................. U25
ISO 6149-1 (Metric ORB) .................................................................................... U25 SAE J1926-1 (SAE-ORB) .................................................................................... U26 SAE Straight Thread Connector Use in MS33649 ............................................... U27 ISO 6162 / SAE J518 (Code 61/62)..................................................................... U28 ISO 1179-1 (BSPP) ............................................................................................. U29 ISO 9974-1 .......................................................................................................... U30 NPT / NPTF ......................................................................................................... U31

Port End Summary ...................................................................... U32
Tube-to-Port Pairings ............................................................................... U32

Seal-Lok ....................................................................................... U33
3161 Gas and Fluids Chart .................................................................................. U33 Chemical Compatibility Chart .............................................................................. U34

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How to Order Seal-Lok, Triple-Lok, Ferulok, Intru-Lok, JIS and K4
TFD Standard Nomenclature Construction
Box 1 Size Box 2 Shape or Style Box 3 Sub-Style Box 4 Type

Box 5 Material

1 to 4 sets of numbers from Box 1

Letter code from Box 2

Number/Letter code from Box 3

Number/Letter code from Box 4

Letter code from Box 5

Example: Steel Seal-Lok Adjustable Elbow Connector – 3/8” O.D. (-6) Tube to 7/16-20 UNF (-4) ORB =
(See the shading in the boxes below for the construction of this example)
Box 1 – Paired Tube and Port End Size Code Table Tube End Port End Port End Dash Size -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -8 -10 -12 -14 -16 -20 -24 -32 Tube O.D. 1/8 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 Dash SAE Straight Thread Size -2 5/16-24 -3 3/8-24 -4 7/16-20 -5 1/2-20 -6 9/16-18 -8 3/4-16 -10 7/8-14 -12 1 1/16-12 -14 1 3/16-12 -16 1 5/16-12 -20 1 5/8-12 -24 1 7/8-12 -32 2 1/2-12 Dash NPTF Pipe Size Thread -2 1/8 -2 1/8 -2 1/8 -2 1/8 -4 1/4 -6 3/8 -8 1/2 -12 3/4 -12 3/4 -16 1 -20 1 1/4 -24 1 1/2 -32 2 Box 2 – Shape or Style Straights B Nut F* Male Connector Long Male Connector FF* or Pipe Nipple Extra Long Connector FFF* or Long Pipe Nipple FN Cap G* Female Connector H Union HH Long Union Plug, Straight Thread, HPN* Hollow Hex LH Large Hex Union Plug, Straight Thread, PN* Hex Head T Sleeve or Ferrule TP Sleeve, Parflange TR Tube Reducer T22 Mountie W Bulkhead Union WF Bulkhead Male WG Bulkhead Female Bulkhead Locknut for WLN Triple-Lok, Ferulok and Intru-Lok Bulkhead Locknut for WLNL Seal-Lok 90° Elbows C* Male Elbow Connector CC* Long Male Elbow CCC* Extra Long Male Elbow D Female Elbow E Union Elbow WE Bulkhead Union Elbow 45° Elbows N Union Elbow V* Male Elbow Connector WN Bulhead Union Elbow Tees J Union Tee M Female Run Tee O Female Branch Tee R* Male Run Tee S* Male Branch Tee WJ Bulkhead Branch Tee WJJ Bulhead Run Tee Cross K Union Cross Box 3 – Sub-Style Modifiers (Connectors, Swivels and Plugs) Connectors (a) 3 BSPT Port End 4** BSPP Port End, O-ring & RR 5** SAE Straight Thread Port End 8** Metric Port End, O-ring & RR 9 SAE-ORB with Metal Seal 42 BSPP Port End, "ED" Seal 47** BSPP O-ring Port, B2351 82 Metric Port End, "ED" Seal 87** ISO 6149 Port End J4 (e) Banjo Connection, BSPP, Soft Seal J8 (e) Banjo Connection, Metric, Soft Seal Swivel Unions (b) 6 Female Swivel Swivel Connectors (c) 63 BSPT Port, Swivel Connector 64** BSPP Port, Swivel Connector 642 BSPP, "ED" Seal, Swivel Connector 65** SAE-ORB, Swivel Connector 68** Metric Port, Swivel Connector 682 Metric Port, Swivel Connector 687** ISO 6149, Swivel Connector Straight Thread Plugs (d) (Modifiers for P) 4, 5, 8, 9 and 87 as in Connectors above. Notes a. Modifiers for Connectors as noted with asterisk in Box 2. b. Modifier for C, V, R, S, H, E and J in Box 2. c. Modifiers for F only in Box 2. d. Modifiers for P only in PN and HPN in Box 2. e. Applies to 90° elbows and tees only.

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Box 4 – Fitting Type I Intru-Lok K4 60° Cone BSPP L** Seal-Lok P4 JIS 60° Cone T4 JIS 30° Flare U Ferulok X Triple-Lok

** Placing the letter “O” after these sub-style modifiers and fitting types will indicate that you would like an O-ring on that corresponding end. Dimensions and pressures for reference only, subject to change.

Box 5 – Material Code B Brass Cupro-Nickel CUNI (ex. CUNI 70/30) D Dural (Aluminum) M Monel Steel w/zinc S plating Stainless Steel, SS 316/316L passivated

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4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index How to Order 4-Bolt Hydraulic Flanges TFD Standard Nomenclature Construction Box 1 Flange Size Box 2 Connection Description Box 3 Shape Box 4 Flange Connection Type Box 5 Mounting Style Box 6 Material Box 7 Kit Designation Box 1 – Port / Tube / Pipe Flange Size Symbol One. while the “Pad” has no O-ring groove and tapped mounting holes. Split – Code 61 Flange Clamp.to twodigit codes Description Size in inches x 16 Box 3 – Shape Description Symbol Description None Block and Pad. Straight J Tee * The “Block” has O-ring and drilled mounting holes. Captive – Code 62 Flange Clamp.g. Box 2 – Port / Tube / Pipe Connection Description Symbol B3 CP1 CP2 FCC1 FCC2 FCCT1 FCCT2 FCS1 FCS2 G G3 G4 G5 P SP SPG SPG5 SPGG5 WSD1 WSD2 W4 W4S W5 W5S W6 W6S W7 W7S WB1 WB3 WB5 WB7 WBT WPL W W2 W3 or WB Description Braze Socket – silver braze Connector Plate – Code 61 Connector Plate – Code 62 Flange Clamp. 16-12).. 4 bolts and washers) Dimensions and pressures for reference only. Captive with Tapped Holes – Code 62 Flange Clamp. Captive with Tapped Holes – Code 61 Flange Clamp. Oil Dipped Stainless Steel Box 7 – Kit Designation Symbol Omit K Description Flange Only Kit (O-ring. Ohio http://www. Split – Code 62 NPTF Port BSPT Port BSPP Port SAE Port Plug (blanking end) Spacer w/o Gage Ports Spacer w/ 1/4-18 NPTF Gage Port Spacer w/ 7/16-20 UNF Gage Port Spacer w/ 1/4-18 NPTF & 7/16-20 UNF Ports Weld Sadle – Pipe Weld Saddle – Tube Flat Weld Socket – Tube Flat Weld Socket – Tube (shallow) Flat Weld Socket – Pipe Flat Weld Socket – Pipe (shallow) Extended Weld Socket – Tube Extended Weld Socket – Tube (shallow) Extended Weld Socket – Pipe Extended Weld Socket – Pipe (shallow) Weld Butt – Schedule 40 Weld Butt – Schedule 80 Weld Butt – Schedule 160 Weld Butt – Schedule XXS Weld Butt – Tank Pilot Weld Plate Weld Socket Weld Nipple Weld Nipple – Weld Butt. Tube Box 4 – Flange Connection Type Symbol Q1 Q1N Q2 Q2N Q1B Q1P Q2B Q2P QSB QSP Description Code 61 Flange Head w/ O-ring Groove Code 61 Flange Head w/o O-ring Groove Code 62 Flange Head w/ O-ring Groove Code 62 Flange Head w/o O-ring Groove Code 61 Flange Block w/ O-ring Groove and Drilled Mounting Holes Code 61 Flange Block w/o O-ring Groove and Drilled Mounting Holes Code 62 Flange Block w/ O-ring Groove and Drilled Mounting Holes Code 62 Flange Pad w/o O-ring Groove and Tapped Mounting Holes Square Flange Block w/ O-ring Groove and Drilled Mounting Holes Square Flange Pad w/o O-ring Groove and Tapped Mounting Holes Box 5 – Mounting Style Symbol Omit M Description Inch Mounting Bolts (screws) Metric Mounting Bolts (screws) Box 6 – Material Symbol S SX SS Description Steel. subject to change. Two codes are required if they are different sizes (e.parker.com/tfd . One code is required if end connections are the same size. U4 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Captive – Code 61 Flange Clamp. Zinc Plated (braze or weld parts may not be plated) Steel. Straight* E Elbow 90° H Barstock.

subject to change. M16x2 OR O-ring 90° Elbows PSR Progressive Ring (new) BFW Square Flange Connector R Tube DG103/ Rotary Union ROV Plug DG104/ Rotary Connector VH Insert DG108/ Rotary Bulkhead Union VKA Cap DVWE Plain Bearing Rotary VSTI Hollow Hex Plug Valves EW Swivel Nut SWVE Banjo RHD Union Check W Union RHV Connector Check WAS Weld Connector RHZ Connector Check WE Male Connector RHDI Female Check WEE Adjustable RVP Cartridge Check WFS__/ Flange Connector DV Low Pressure Shut Off WH High Pressure Banjo LD Medium Pressure Shut Off WSV Bulkhead Union VDHA High Pressure Shut Off Double 90° Elbows VDHB High Pressure Shut Off DG105/ Rotary Union KH 2-way Ball Valve DG106/ Rotary Connector KH3/23-way Ball Valve 45° Elbows WV Alternating Union Tee EV Swivel Nut VEE Adjustable Box 2 – Tube Size (mm) 04 05 06 08 10 12 14 15 16 18 20 22 25 28 30 35 38 42 Box 3 – EO-2 Designator Z EO-2 Assy. Pin M Tube Nut VKA3/ Test Point Connector. U5 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.Shape/Style Code Straights Tees AS Weld Connector EL Swivel Nut Run AS__/ Weld Flange ET Swivel Nut Branch BFG Square Flange Connector GMA1/ Union w/ Test Point. Ohio http://www. Box 5 – Port Size / Designator (optional) Metric M_ Metric Parallel Metric Parallel M_X_ (Jump Size) M_X_keg Metric Taper NPT – Inch 1/8NPT NPT Thread 1/4NPT NPT Thread 3/8NPT NPT Thread 1/2NPT NPT Thread 3/4NPT NPT Thread 1NPT NPT Thread 1 1/4NPT NPT Thread 1 1/2NPT NPT Thread SAE-ORB 7/16UNF Inch Parallel Thread 9/16UNF Inch Parallel Thread 3/4UNF Inch Parallel Thread 3/4UNF Inch Parallel Thread 7/8UNF Inch Parallel Thread 11/16UN Inch Parallel Thread 15/16UN Inch Parallel Thread 1 5/8UN Inch Parallel Thread 1 7/8UN BSPP/BSPT R_ BSPP R_/_keg BSPT Box 6 – Port Sealing Method Modifier (optional) ED EOlastic Seal OR ISO 6149 O-ring KDS Banjo Seal-Ring Box 7 – Modifier 1 (optional) OMD Without Nut and Sleeve FPM (omitted for VIT Stainless) Nitrile Seals (omitted for NBR Steel and Brass) Special Cracking __B Pressure (check valve) Box 8 – Material Chromium 6 Free Steel.parker.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index How to Order EO and EO-2 Fittings and Accessories TFD Standard Nomenclature Construction Box 1 Shape / Style Box 2 Tube Size (mm) Box 3 EO-2 Designator Box 4 Pressure Series Box 5 Port Size / Designator Box 6 Port Sealing Method Modifier Box 7 Modifier 1 Box 8 Material Box 9 Modifier 2 Box 1 . M16x2 DG101/ Rotary Union LEE Adjustable Run DG102/ Rotary Connector T Union DG107/ Rotary Bulkhead Union TEE Adjustable Branch DVGE Plain Bearing Rotary TH High Pressure Banjo EGE Swivel Nut Connector TR Reducer Union EGEO ISO 6149 Swivel Nut Connector WV Alternating Valve Cross ESV Weld Bulkhead Union G Union K Union Accessories GAI Female Connector GE Male Connector D Cutting Ring GEO ISO 6149 Connector DKA Metal Seal Ring GFS__/ Flange Connector DKI Pressure Gage Seal GR Reducer Union DOZ EO-2 Seal Ring GZ Swivel Union DPR Progressive Ring GZR Reducer Swivel Union E Insert MAV Gage Connector ED EOlastic Seal MAVE Swivel Nut Gage Connector FM EO-2 Functional Nut RED Tube End Reducer GM Bulkhead Locknut SKA Weld Adapter KD Plastic Seal SV Bulkhead Union KDS Elastomeric Seal VKA1/ Test Point Connector. Pin DA Distance Adapter GMA3/ Union w/ Test Point. Zinc Clear Plated Brass Stainless Steel Zinc Plated (tube only) Box 4 – Pressure Series LL L S Very light Light Heavy CF A3K MS 71 VZ Box 9 – Modifier 2 (optional) X Unassembled Dimensions and pressures for reference only.com/tfd .

machinery to the regions after World War II. Most of these have come about through historical use and local preference for a certain design concept.S. Inch Threads (SAE) 60° Cone Swivel. subject to change. Dimensions and pressures for reference only. Tube/Hose Connection Application For All Designs Port Metric ISO 6149 (SAE J2244) BSPP ISO 1179 (DIN 3852-2) Not for New Designs in Hydraulic Fluid Power Metric ISO 9974 (DIN 3852-1) UN/UNF ISO 11926 (SAE J1926) 24° Cone Flareless (DIN) (Bite Type) ISO 8434-1 37° Flare (Inch Threads) ISO 8434-2 ORFS ISO 8434-3 24° Cone Weld Nipple ISO 8434-4* ISO 8434-1 ISO 8434-2 — ISO 8434-4* ISO 8434-1 — — ISO 8434-4* — ISO 8434-2 — — Table U1 — ISO Standard Port and Tube/Hose Connection Combinations * Will be included in ISO 8434-1 at the next revision. and strongly endorsing those with elastomeric seals to eliminate leakage in hydraulic systems. Threaded ports and stud ends in accordance with ISO 1179. Meeting The Challenge: For large port connections. Ohio http://www.4300 Catalog General Technical This challenge has been met through a very intensive and cooperative effort by the member nations of sub-committee 4 of the ISO Technical Committee 131 (ISO/TC131). The threaded ports and tube/hose connections are paired in the ISO 8434 series of fitting standards as defined in the table below. BSPP (JIS) 60° Cone. But. Some connections of the North American origin such as four bolt flange. Metric (DIN) 60° Cone. and four tube/ hose connections as shown on the following page (Fig.” On the tube/hose connection side. BSPP (BSi) ISO 6149 (Metric Straight Thread O-ring Port) JIS-PT (BSPT) JIS-B2351 (BSPP similar to SAE) 30° Flare. only ISO 8434-3 (O-ring Face Seal) and ISO 8434-4 (24° cone with weld nipple) feature elastomeric seal for zero leak performance. NPSM (SAE) O-Ring Face Seal (SAE) 24° Cone. The subcommittee started this effort in 1989 and has completed development of performance based standards for the most widely used ports and tube/hose connections to limit proliferation. the challenge facing the fluid power industry is two fold — eliminate leakage and minimize proliferation. Metric (Russia) The Challenge: Leakage is no longer acceptable in world class products. only ISO 6149 shall be used. four threaded and the four bolt flange.com/tfd .parker. the sub-committee strongly endorses use of ISO 6149 port for all new designs by including the following statement in all port standards: “For threaded ports and stud ends specified in new designs in hydraulic fluid power applications. Five ports. BSPP (JIS) 24° Flareless. Metric (JIS) 60° Cone. Port Connections: NPTF SAE Straight Thread (UN/UNF) 4-Bolt Flange ISO 1179 (BSPP) ISO 9974 (Metric) Tube/Hose Connections: 37° Flare (SAE) 24° Flareless. U1) have been standardized. increases leakage potential through misapplications. Therefore. Combining these with the ISO 6149 for the port connection leads to two (2) combinations (complete fittings) for use in leak-free world class products. They are: ISO 8434-3 ISO 8434-4 O-ring Face Seal and ISO 6149 Port 24° Cone With Soft Seal and ISO 6149 Port Return To Index Connectors For World Class Products Connector Proliferation: Today many different types of connectors are being used around the world. Metric (JIS) 37° Flare. To minimize proliferation in port usage and promote leak free connections. besides limiting availability and increasing cost. the four bolt flange connection per ISO 6162 (SAE J518 is included in ISO 6162) remains widely used and the recommended connection. SAE straight thread and 37° flare have found some degree of acceptance and use in Europe and Japan as a result of the exports of U. U6 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. ISO 9974 and ISO 11926 shall not be used for new designs in hydraulic fluid power applications. Above proliferation. A quick review of the commonly used connections around the world reveals that there are eight different port connections and eleven different tube/hose connections. large majority of usage is made up of a variety of indigenous port and tube connections.

com/tfd .parker.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Tube / Hose End Summary Tube / Hose End Type Seal-Lok O-Ring Face Seal Illustration Pressure – Dynamic Pressure – Static Seal Reliability (in Rigid Systems) Vibration Resistance Ease of Ease of Installation Maintenance Reusability Temperature Excellent Excellent Excellent Very Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Limited by Seal Triple-Lok 37° Flare Very Good Very Good Good Good Good Very Good Good Excellent Ferulok Inch Bite Type Very Good Very Good Very Good Very Good Good Good Very Good Excellent EO Metric Bite Type Excellent Excellent Very Good Very Good Good Good Very Good Excellent EO-2 Soft Seal Metric Bite Type Excellent Excellent Excellent Very Good Very Good Good Excellent Limited by Seal Intru-Lok Brass Flareless Fair (Low) Fair (Low) Very Good Good Good Good Good Excellent JIS 30° Flare Good Good Very Good Not Applicable Very Good Very Good Very Good Limited by Seal JIS 60° Cone B8363 Good Good Very Good Not Applicable Very Good Very Good Very Good Limited by Seal Komatsu 30° Flare Good Good Very Good Not Applicable Very Good Very Good Very Good Limited by Seal K4 BSP Adapters Good Good Very Good Not Applicable Very Good Very Good Very Good Limited by Seal NPSM (Swivel) Good Good Very Good Not Applicable Good Very Good Very Good Limited by Seal U7 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Ohio http://www.

com/tfd .4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Port End Summary Port End Type and Seal Style Tapered (NPT. BSPT and Metric Taper) Illustration Pressure – Dynamic Pressure – Static Temperature Positioning Contamination Seal Reliability Reusability Fluid Compatibility Poor Good Excellent Poor Poor Poor Poor Excellent O-Ring in Chamfer (SAE J1926.parker. Ohio http://www. NPTF. ISO 6149 and JIS B2351) Spot Face with ED Seal (ISO 1179-2 and ISO 9974-2) Spot Face with Bonded Seal (ISO 1179 and ISO 9974) Spot Face with Cutting Face (ISO 1179-4 and ISO 9974-3) Excellent Excellent Limited by Seal Excellent Very Good Excellent Excellent Limited by Seal Excellent Excellent Limited by Seal Not Applicable Very Good Excellent Excellent Limited by Seal Good Good Good Not Applicable Very Good Good Excellent Limited by Seal Poor Fair Excellent Not Applicable Fair Poor Poor Excellent Spot Face with O-Ring and Retaining Ring (ISO 1179-3) Good Good Good Excellent Very Good Good Excellent Limited by Seal Spot Face with Hard Metal Seal (ISO 1179 and ISO 9974) Spot Face with Soft Metal Seal (ISO 1179 and Iso 9974 with copper gasket) Poor Fair Excellent Not Applicable Fair Poor Poor Excellent Poor Fair Good Not Applicable Very Good Poor Fair Excellent 4 Bolt Flange (SAE J518 and ISO 6162) Excellent Excellent Good Good Very Good Good Excellent Limited by Seal 4 Bolt Flange (ISO 6164) Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Excellent Limited by Seal U8 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.

# 9672890HH U. U9 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Conformance to Applicable Specifications and Approvals for TFD Products By Product Type or Subject Fittings Seal-Lok Metric Seal-Lok Triple-Lok Specifications SAE J1453 ISO 8434-3 SAE J514 MIL-F-18866. ISO 8434-4 Approvals DNV . Class 1 CRN: OA9941.cert. Impulse. #P-9538 TUV .S. Report #125-AGA1-85 American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) .For CHG fuel cell applications .60 U.S. # P-9085/792-22 Germanischer Lloyd cert.meet applicable requirements of ASTM F1387 DIN 3861 ISO 8434-1-4.cert. ISO 8434-6** SAE J514 SAE J531 SAE J514 SAE J514 Germanischer Lloyd Lloyd's Register of Shipping DNV ABS Russian Maritime Register of Shipping China Classification Society DVGW TUV All catalog products Plating Carbon Steel – Chromium 6 Free Zinc Stainless Steel Passivation Carbon Steel – Zinc Phosphate Design All Products Test Methods Leak. Burst.parker.#16703/46 CFR 56. Ohio http://www. Specification SAE J1644 ISO 19879 NFPA T3. ISO 7257 Table U2 — Conformance Standards * Some parts do not meet dimensional requirements. Coast Guard .stainless AGA/CGA .3. subject to change. Dimensions and pressures for reference only. MS Sheets MS51500 .com/tfd . part 4 ISO 8434-2 SAE J514 MIL-F-18866 MS Sheets MS51811 .1 Comment All products meet the design factor requirements of this specification.MS51534 BS43687.S. # 98-C12949-X Bureau Veritas cert.5 *Clear/Silver Color Specification ASME / ANSI B31.017. Coast Guard cert.Eng.R. #2190 1907D00H (steel only) DNV cert. #93.260 Ferulok EO/EO-2 Flange Adapters JIS Adapters* K4 Adapters Pipe Fittings Pipe Plugs Straight Thread Plugs Pipe Swivel Adapters DIN 3865 DIN 3859 SAE J518 ISO 6162-1 ISO 6162-2 ISO 6164 JIS B8363 (with some exceptions) BS 5200. Over-Torque and Repeated Assembly Vibration Canadian Registration Specification ASTM B633 Type II FE/ZN8* MIL-STD-171E JIS 8610 Class 1 Grade 3 QQ-P35 Type VI ASTM A380 DOD-P-16232. Register of Shipping cert.8.MS51843* U.S.

Choosing the Tube Material and Type Selection of tube material depends on the fluid. general application. Cadmium and zinc corrode sacrificially. chlorine. The tube O. are viable options. and nitrogen. in a system with many zinc plated tube and hose fittings. and wall thickness use the procedure given on page U15. Zinc phosphate coatings protect steel by covering its surface and will retard rusting as long as the inhibiting barrier is not broken. select the appropriate tube type and material. iodine. without components with moving parts in it. the operating temperature range and the maximum operating pressure. A simple method of selecting the proper tube type and material is described below.com/tfd . The corrosion resistance of the Chromium-6 Free standard surface treatment is a minimum of 25% improved over traditional zinc gold (hexavalent) chromate surface. please contact your Parker representative or the Tube Fittings Division. Caution: When working with highly corrosive media. Zinc plating will further be attacked by strong bases or water with pH > 12. For selecting proper tube O. corrosive nature of the service environment. and wall thickness selection depends on these four parameters. the Chromium-6 Free surface meets the EU end of life vehicle directive and ROHS compliance.D. rapidly attacked by many fluids including those containing acidic hydrogen and reactive fluorine. If media and/or service environment is different from the commonly used ones listed in the general application column. change filters and charge the system with new fluid. to generate and flush the gelatinous compound.4300 Catalog General Technical Fluid Compatibility The fluid compatibility chart on the following page is intended as a guide only and is not to be considered as a sole selection criteria to use Parker Tube Fittings in a specific application or with a specific fluid. along with brass fittings in low pressure applications. Ohio http://www. always consult the Tube Fittings Division.parker. Table U7 lists several common tube types with their recommended operating temperature ranges. bromine. please consult the Fluid Compatibility chart on the following page or contact the Tube Fittings Division. U10 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. but are not limited to: Fluid temperature. Notes: 1) Cadmium is not allowed by SAE and ISO stardards for general industrial and commercial use. For media not listed. however. Steel fittings with zinc phosphate coating or stainless steel fittings. Then re-connect all components. Some military applications still require cadmium plating. Additionally. The other option is to run the fluid through the system. with an auxiliary power source. Based on the fluid system parameters and media. and fitting compatibility. system pressure (both operating and peak) and applicable standards or regulations. as in food or beverage applications. protecting the steel substrate from normal atmospheric rusting due to the common presence of oxygen. Return To Index Protective Coatings on Steel Protective coatings such as electroplated zinc and cadmium1) and zinc phosphate are usually applied to steel fittings for extending their useful service life in corrosive environments. Caution: Where low toxicity and low corrosion are required. ambient temperature. moisture and acidic gases. They are. Other factors that must be considered include.D. steel coated with any form of zinc or other protective coatings is not recommended. Zinc reacts with glycol based fire resistant fluids and forms a gelatinous compound that can plug up filters and be harmful otherwise. These requirements are met with special (non-standard) processing at extra cost.

Petroleum Base Hydraulic Oil. 50 Methanol MIL-F-8192 (JP-9) MIL-H-5606 MIL-H-6083 MIL-H-7083 MIL-H-8446 (MLO-8515) Mil-L-2104 & 2104B MIL-L-7808 Mineral Oil Nitrogen Petrolatum Petroleum Oil (<250° F) Propane R134A Sea Water Skydrol 500. Ethyl Animal Oils (Lard Oil) Aromatic Fuel . subject to change.parker. 20. 40. Type 2 Soap Solutions Steam (<400° F) Stoddard Solvent Transmission Fluid (Type A) Trichloroethane Water Brass NR S S S S F ID ID NR S S S S S ID NR NR NR S S F S NR ID S S S S S S NR S S F S S ID S S S S S S S S S F S NR S S S S S S F NR NR NR F F S ID S Steel F F F F NR F ID ID NR S S S S S ID F NR S F S F F F S S NR S ID S NR S F S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S F S S S S S S NR S S NR S S S F F 316 SS S S S S NR F ID F S S S S S S ID NR S S S S NR S S S S NR S ID NR S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S BUNA-N S S F NR NR S F F F S S S F S NR NR S S S S NR S F S S NR NR F F NR S S S S S S F S S S S S NR S S S F S F S S S S S NR S NR NR S NR S S NR S Seal Material Ethylene Propylene Fluorocarbon S S S S F S NR S S NR F S NR S ID S NR S NR S NR S NR S NR S NR S S NR NR S S S NR S S S S S ID F S S NR S NR S NR S S NR F F NR F NR S NR NR NR S NR S NR S NR S S S NR S S NR S S NR S NR S NR S S NR NR S NR S NR S S F NR S NR S NR S NR S S S NR S NR S NR S S NR S S S NR S F S S S NR NR S NR S NR S S F Neoprene F S F NR S F NR NR F S F NR NR F F NR S S S F F S NR F NR S NR NR S S F NR F S S S F S NR F F S NR F S F S F NR F S F F F NR F NR NR F NR F F NR F Table U4 — Fluid Compatibility Chart Codes: S = Satisfactory NR = Not recommended F = Fair ID = Insufficient data Dimensions and pressures for reference only.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Fitting Material Media Acetylene Air (oil free) @ 190° F Air (oil free) @ 300° F Air (oil free) @ 400° F Alcohol.50% Aromatic Solvents Asphalt ASTM Oil #1 ASTM Oil #2 ASTM Oil #3 ASTM Oil #4 ATF Oil Automotive Brake Fluid Benzene Brine (Sodium Chloride) Butane Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Chlorine (Dry) Compressed Air Crude Oil Cutting Oil Diesel Fuel Ethanol Ethers Freon 11 Freon 12 Freon 22 Fuel Oil Gasoline Gas. Type 2 Skydrol 7000.com/tfd . Liquid Propane (LPG) Gas. U11 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. 30. Natural Helium Hydraulic Oil. Water Base Hydrogen Gas Jet Fuel Kerosene Lubricating Oil SAE 10. Ohio http://www.

Inconnel 625 (passive) Graphic Zirconium Gold Platinum Electric current flows from plus to minus Table U5 — Electromotive or Galvanic Series for Metals Direction of attack U12 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. 794) Cupro Ni 90-10 Cupro Ni 80-20 430 Stainless steel (passive) Cupro Ni 70-30 Nickel aluminum bronze (CA 630. 410. On the other hand. wrought iron. The greater the potential difference is. 321. 416 Stainless (passive) Phospher bronze (CA 521. cast iron Chrome iron (active) 430 Stainless (active) 302. 317 stainless steel (active) Carpenter 20Cb-3 stainless (active) Aluminum bronze (CA 687) Hastelloy C (active) Inconnel 625 (active) Titanium (active) Lead/Tin solder Lead Tin Inconnel 600 (active) Nickel (active) 60 Ni-15 Cr (active) 80 Ni-20 Cr (active) Hastelloy B (active) Naval brass (CA 464). such as thin wall tubing. the greater is the tendency for corrosion. with a cathodic or less anodic metal part of a heavy cross section. free machining steel (12L14) Low alloy high strength steel. 317 stainless steel (passive) (Parker stainless steel fittings are passivated) Carpenter 20 Cb-3 stainless (passive). 632) Monel 400.com/tfd . 347. being more anodic metal. stainless steel (active) Ni-resist 316. when in contact. Brass (CA360) Red brass (CA 230). will corrode in this combination. 752. 757. 524) Silicon bronze (CA 651. 905) 410. Electromotive or Galvanic Series for Metals + Anodic (least noble) corroded . Admiralty brass (CA 443) Copper (CA 102) Maganese bronze (CA 675). 745. although not ideal. or the electromotive voltages of the metals involved. 347 stainless stainless steel (passive) 316. the combination should be avoided. zinc and aluminum are very short distance apart in the chart. The metal with the higher potential forms the anode and is corroded. 735. aluminum and passivated 316 stainless steel are far apart. Ohio http://www. 2024 T4 Mild steel (1018). 6053 Cadmium Aluminum 2117. depends upon the difference between the contact potentials. Tin bronze (CA 903. the higher the contact potential and chances for corrosion. 303. Yellow brass (CA 268). Incoloy 825 Silver Titanium (passive). 764. 304. 3003. it is not a good idea to combine an anodic metal part with thin cross section. In other words. 416. 3004. Hastelloy C & C276 (passive).parker. combination than a thin wall steel tube with brass fitting. therefore potential for corrosion when these two metals are in contact is very low. Aluminum. such as a fitting. 321. if the metals are half the length of the chart or more apart. 1100. 2017. For example. 655) Nickel silver (CA 732.Cathodic (most noble) protected Magnesium Magnesium alloys Zinc (Parker steel fittings are zinc plated) Berillium Aluminum 5052. As a general guideline. hence. 770. Example: A thin wall brass tube with steel fitting is a better. the larger the separation distance in the electromotive chart between the two metals in contact. K500 Silver solder Nickel (passive) 60 Ni 15 Cr (passive) Inconnel 600 (passive) 80 Ni 20 Cr (passive) Chrome iron (passive) 302. 303. 754. the potential for corrosion is very high. Also.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Corrosion of Base Metals in Contact The susceptibility of different base metals to corrosion while in contact.

and methanol. Most petroleum fluids. They help eliminate assembly errors. pressure and other environmental conditions. Dry heat (air to 400°F) and high aniline point oils. ketones. Table U6 — O-Ring Selection 1) These Parker “Chromassure” color assurance O-rings are available from the Parker Hannifin O-Ring Division. 7) Use 90 durometer hard O-rings for applications with 1500 psi or higher pressures. reduce warranty costs and liability risks. alcohols and automotive brake fluids. and silicate ester lubricants.com/tfd . low molecular weight esters and ethers. Petroleum base oils and fluids.They have high extrusion resistance making them suitable for very high pressure static applications. amines (VDMH). automotive brake fluids. ketones. CO2 climate control systems. dilute acids and alkalis. Its ISO designation is “FPM”. Refrigerants (freons. Hydrogen fuel cells. 4) Formerly SAE Type III. acids and halogenated hydrocarbons. anhydrous ammonia.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index O-Ring Material Selection Standard O-rings supplied with Parker tube fittings and adapters are 90 durometer hard nitrile (Buna-N) Parker compound #N0552.parker. Hydrogen fuel cells. Polymer Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene (Low compression set) Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Ethylene-Propylene Ethylene-Propylene Color Black Black Black Black NBR NBR NBR NBR EPDM EPDM N0507 N0 304 N0508 N0756 E0540 E0893 Black Black Black – – – 90 75 75 756) 80 80 -65° to 180° F -65° to 225° F -35° to 250° F -65° to 275°F -65° to 275° F -65° to 275° F Black – Black CA3) Purple1) CA3) Petroleum base oils and di-ester base lubricants. Not Recommended For Phosphate ester base hydraulic fluids. CNG Applications Phosphate ester base hydraulic fluids. some phosphate ester base fluids. is also available for higher temperature specifications. strong acids. and natural gas. Before making final selection for a given application. skydrol fluids. chart should be used only as a general guide. 6) Standard compounds available from stock. hot water. subject to change. air. and assure safety in aftermarket business. silicone oils and greases. halogenated hydrocarbons. water and steam. freons. Ohio http://www. Parker compound #V0894. These O-rings are well suited for most industrial hydraulic and pneumatic systems. water under 150°F. Fluorocarbon FKM5) or FPM V0747 V0884 V0894 Black – Brown1) – Brown1) HK4) 75 75 906) -15° to 400° F -15° to 400° F -15° to 400° F Silicone Si S0604 Rust1) – 70 -65° to 450° F Ketones. steam to 400°F. please contact the Tube Fittings Division. ozone. it is recommended that appropriate tests be conducted to assure compatibility with the fluid. 3) Formerly SAE Type II. U13 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. silicone and silicate ester base lubricants. ketones. silicone and di-ester base lubricants. temperature. Dimensions and pressures for reference only. ammonia). Optional high temperature fluorocarbon. high aniline point petroleum oils. Meets FDA requirements for food products. For fluids not shown in the chart. Ethylene-Propylene Neoprene Neoprene EPDM CR CR E0962 C0873 C0944 Black Black Red1) – – – 90 70 70 -65° to 275° F -45° to 250° F -45° to 250° F Phosphate ester fluids and ketones. mild acids. 2) Formerly SAE Type I. and hot hydrofluoric or chlorosulfonic acids. 5) “FKM” is the ASTM designation for fluorocarbon. N0552 N0674 N0103 N1059 SAE Hardness J515 Shore Temperature Type "A"7) Range CH2) 906) -30° to 250° F – 70 -30° to 250° F – 70 -65° to 225° F CH2) 90 -30° to 275° F Recommended For Petroleum base oils and fluids. di-ester base lubricants. O-rings for other than normal hydraulic media or higher temperature applications can be selected from the following chart. The Abbreviated Name NBR NBR NBR NBR Parker Compound No. ethylene glycol base fluids. mineral oils.

Ohio http://www. Contact the Tube Fittings Division. & some specialty chemicals E NR (6) E NR (6) NR E NR NR G NR (6) NR NR (6) NR G NR NR E NR (6) NR NR (6) NR E NR NR E NR (6) E NR (6) NR E NR NR -65° to 500°F -55° to 260°C -65° to 500°F -55° to 260°C High pressure hydraulic E NR (6) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR (10) E NR (6) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR High pressure hydraulics High pressure -65° to 500°F hydraulic. If different materials must be considered. chemcial -60° to 200°F process controls -50° to 95°C & air -80° to 150°F Instrumentation -60° to 65°C lines 0° to 140°F -20° to 60°C General purpose laboratory use E NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR (4) E NR NR G NR NR NR NR NR NR (6) (6) (6) E (6) (6) G (6) NR (6) E NR E (6) (6) E (6) NR (6) E NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR E NR NR E Max. water. air. or -255° to 650°C generally corrosive (3) media (1) Low pressure.4541 Stainless Steel Copper Aluminum 6061 Monel 400 Nylon Polyethylene PVC ASTM D-1248 DIN 2391 Part 2 (Metric) ASTM A213 ASTM A269 ASTM A249 ASTM A269 DIN 17458 Tab 8 (Metric) SAE J528 (ASTM B-75) (8) ASTM-B210 Seamless Seamless Welded & Drawn Seamless Fully Annealed Fully Annealed Fully Annealed Soft Annealed Temper 0 T6 Temper Seamless 0 & T4 Temper Fully Annealed Flexible & Semi-Rigid Instrument Grade Instrument & Laboratory Grade HRB 72 Tube Material Temperature Range (7) Application -65° to 500°F -55° to 260°C High pressure hydraulic HRB 90 HRB 90 60 Max. Contact the Tube Fittings Division. air. the following chart can be used as a general guide. 9) With metric version of tubing. tube and fitting materials should be the same. low -325° to 400°F temperature. -200° to 205°C oil & air Low pressure.4 (Carbon Steel) Stainless Steel 304 & 316 1. G G G NR NR NR NR NR NR NR -55° to 205°C fuel. 10) Not tested with Parflange. Not recommended with brazing. Contact the Tube Fittings Division. Grade 4130 not recommended with Parflange process. -65° to 400°F high temperature. high -425° to 1200°F temperature.com/tfd . 3) Low temperature limit for stainless steel Ferulok fittings is -20°F (-30°C). 6) Use depends on specific application. Since operating conditions differ with applications. 5) For use with Parflange process only. 8) Comparable specifications to SAE. & -55° to 260°C some specialty chemicals High pressure. lube. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.4571 1. SS. air & some specialty chemicals Sour gas. contact the Tube Fittings Division. chemical (2) (2) (2) & air applications G G (2). (9) Table U7 — Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility Ratings Key: NR F G E Not Recommended Fair Good Excellent Notes: 1) For highly corrosive media or service environment. high -425° to 1200° temperature. -200° to 205°C oil. or -255° to 650°C generally corrosive (3) media (1) High pressure. low -325° to 400°F temperature. this chart should be used only as a guide and not a firm recommendation. M E NR (6) G NR (6) NR E NR NR -65° to 500°F -55° to 260°C High pressure hydraulic. Tube Material to Fitting & Material Compatibility Seal-Lok ORFS EO / EO-2 Triple-Lok Ferulok (SAE 37° Flare Flareless Intru-Lok Flareless J1453) (SAE J514) (SAE J514) Flareless (ISO 8434-1) S SS B S SS B M S SS M B S. marine -400° to 800°F & general chemical -240° to 425°C processing media Lube lines. (9) NR NR NR NR G NR NR NR E NR NR (2) E E NR NR G NR NR NR NR NR (5) (2) ASTM-B165 Seamless Extruded Extruded Extruded Extruded & Cintered NR (6) NR NR (6) NR E NR (6) E NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR G G G (2) (2) (2) G G G (2) (2) (2) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR PTFE Very low pressure. (9) G (2). water. 7) Applies to tube material.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility As a general rule. 4) For brazing only. Rockwell 15T HRB 56 HRB 30 HRB 70 E NR (6) G NR NR NR E NR G NR NR (2) Seamless E (6) E G (6) E NR E (6) (6) NR E E G E NR NR NR G (2). For additional material combinations. 2) Requires different assembly procedure. B. subject to change. it should be sufficiently tested under appropriate conditions to assure suitability for the intended application. Specification Construction Condition Hardness SAE J524 Seamless (ASTM A179) (8) Welded & SAE J525 Carbon Steel Fully (ASTM A178) (8) HRB 72 Drawn C-1010 Annealed Welded & SAE J356 Flash Controlled Welded & SAE J2467 Flash Carbon Steel Fully HRB 75 Controlled C-1021 Annealed Welded & SAE J2435 Drawn Welded & Carbon Steel SAE 2613 Flash High Strength Sub-critically HRB 90 Controlled Low Alloy annealed Welded & SAE J2614 (HSLA) Drawn Alloy Steel ASTM A519 Seamless 4130 St 37. contact the Tube Fittings Division. Fitting Materials Code: S Steel SS Stainless Steel B Brass M Monel U14 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Before making a final decision on material combination.parker.

Thus.D.parker.500 PSI Tube Specification SAE J356. and temperature derating factor of 1 in Table U11. 400 Allowable Design Stress fo Design Factor of 4 at 72°F 12. type and size for a given application and type of fitting is critical for efficient and trouble free operation of the fluid system. Step 1: Determine Required Flow Diameter Use Tables U13 and U14 to determine recommended flow diameter for the required flow rate and type of line. Ohio http://www. determine the tube O.800 PSI 6.64 Flow in GPM Velocity in ft. and hence.500 PSI 15. A249. both resulting in high pressure drops and heat generation.d2 P=S where: D 2 + d2 D = Outside diameter of tube. ( ) Table U9 — Design Pressure Formula For thin wall tubes (D/T ≥ 10) the following formula may be Used: P = 2ST/D Dimensions and pressures for reference only. Allowable design stress levels and formula used to arrive at the design pressure values are given in the following chart. J524. equal to or greater than required flow diameter determined earlier. in. and Wall Thickness Using Tables U15 and U16. or 3. it causes cavitation which starves and damages pumps. Proper sizing of the tube for various parts of a hydraulic system results in an optimum combination of efficient and cost effective performance. If more severe operating conditions are involved. or 1. Contact the Tube Fittings Division when in doubt. the values in Tables U15 and U16 should be multiplied by appropriate derating factors from Tables U10 and U11 before determining the tube O.D. and wall thickness combination. ASTM B75 ASTM B210 ASTM B165 OR Tube I. and determining the optimum tube size (O. all resulting in reduced component life. or 7. (mm) = 4. High heat generation also means wasted energy. A tube that is too small causes high fluid velocity.4300 Catalog General Technical Step 2: Determine Tube O. Design pressure values in Tables U15 and U16 are based on the severity of service rating “A” (design factor of 4) in Table U10.D.D. Return lines — 10 ft. and wall thickness combination that satisfies the following two conditions: A. Suction lines — 4 ft. Material and Type Steel C-1010 Steel C-1021 Steel. A269 ASTM A519 SAE J528. High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) Stainless Steel 304 & 316 Alloy Steel C-4130 Copper. K or Y Aluminum 6061-T6 Monel. (in.) = 0. In suction lines. The following is a simple procedure for sizing the tubes. J525 SAE J2435.com/tfd .800 PSI 18. J2614 ASTM A213. in P = Recommended design pressure./sec. psi S = Allowable stress for design factor of 4. Tube I.000 PSI 10.500 PSI 17. The table is based on the following recommended flow velocities: Pressure lines — 25 ft. In pressure lines. and wall thickness). which has many detrimental effects. low efficiency. optimum tube sizing is very critical.D. it causes high friction losses and turbulence. Flow in liters per minute Velocity in meters/sec. use one of the following formulae to determine the required flow diameter. subject to change. J2467 SAE J2613. Provides tube I. Has recommended design pressure equal to or higher than maximum operating pressure.D.05 meters/sec. Return To Index Determining Tube Size for Hydraulic Systems Proper tube material.22 meters/sec.61 Table U8 — Design Stress Values Design Pressure Formula (LAME’S) D2 ./sec. Too large of a tube increases system cost. Values in Table U8 are for fully annealed tubing. psi T = Tube wall thickness. High heat accelerates wear in moving parts and rapid aging of seals and hoses. in d = Inside diameter of tube (D-2T)./sec. If you desire to use different velocities than the above./sec. B.D. U15 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Selection of proper tubing involves choosing the right tube material.62 meters/sec.000 PSI 18.000 PSI 18.

62 0.035 .1 .D. Matching tube I.4 .4.85 0.80 0.96 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 Stainless Steel 304 1.3..035” or 3/4” x .065 1.) (mm) Number Triple-Lok 1/8 4 -2 ..072” wall tubing.00 0.5 .4.D.00 0.00 200 1.) equal to or larger than the above flow diameters.035 . Besides severity of service.020 .065 1 .120 .5 .035 ..75 0.85 0. 0.012 .. we can use any one of the following tubes: 1-1/4” O.049 .D. return and suction lines for a hydraulic power unit with the following operating parameters known: Type of fluid: Petroleum base hydraulic fluid Operating temperature range: -20°F to +140°F. x . Design Factor 4.049 .84 0..065” is the smallest wall thickness recommended for 3/4” O.e.84 0.095 .028 .049 .220 .5 .049 .083 .65 0.250 .035 1 . we would choose 5/8” O..00 1.095 .220 .012 for suction line.D. For flanging tool availability.095” wall tube for Ferulok fittings..020 . multiply values in Tables U15 and U16 by these derating factors). One final consideration in choosing the right wall thickness for tubing is bending.109 . The derating factors listed here should be applied directly to the design pressure values in Tables U15 and U16 to arrive at maximum recommended working pressures (i.049 . Now..035 . Steel Tube Material Copper Size Aluminum SAE O.5 2.049 ..5 ... Dimensions and pressures for reference only..012 . x .parker.148 . Hazardous application with severe service conditions. the recommended flow diameters for various lines for 10 GPM flow rate are: 0. Steel Alloy Steel St.083 .. Severe hydraulic shocks and mechanical strain. and 1.020 .77 0.010 .049” to . Sizing the Tube: From Table U13.37 Copper 1.67 0. derating factors for severity of service and temperature should be applied to the design pressure values in Tables U15 and U16 to arrive at the maximum recommended working pressure.00 6. Maximum operating pressure: 3500 psi Maximum flow rate through each line: 10 GPM Severity of service: A (normal) Steel St. Selecting Tube Material: Table U7 indicates that carbon steel.010 . Temperature derating factors for various tube materials are given in Table U11. x . U16 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.035 .69 0. Table U12 — Recommended “Min..72 0. which is way too large..00 250 1.D..5 .D.D.083 1.028 0.188 .065 5/16 10 -5 .4 . either 3/4” x . If bending without the use of a mandrel is desired.com/tfd . Steel Monel SAE Flareless Ferulok .78 0.5 2.00 1.5 .120 2.134 30 35 38 42 Steel St.065” because ..020 ..88 0. Dash 37° Flare (in.035 .. Operating Temperature (Table U11) are both 1...065 1/2 14 -8 ..83 Table U11 — Temperature Derating Factors* for Tubes * The derating factors are based on allowable design stress values at various temperatures per ASME B31.4 2.50 Return To Index 2.109 7/8 18 -14 .00 350 0.D. design pressure values in Tables U15 and U16 do not need to be reduced.50 Aluminum Monel 6061-T6 Type 400 1.54 0.67 0.035 . To select tube material and tube sizes for pressure.00 0.083 5/8 15 -10 .120 .020 .59 0.5 . Table U10 — Severity of Service Design and Derating Factors The design factor is generally applied to ultimate strength of material (or burst pressure of tubing) to provide a measure of safety against the unknowns in material and operating conditions.97 1. operation is . O.083 1.98 500 0.083” wall tube for Triple-Lok or Seal-Lok fittings and 1-1/4” O.049 ..5 ..035 ..3 .072 .s and design pressures in Tables U15 and U16 for above conditions.028 . The alternative is to go to 7/8” O.5 .00 0.120 1 1/2 25 -24 . Where applicable...095 .94 0..97 0.020 .035 1/4 8 -4 .028 ... This reduces the flow diameter about 3% below the recommended value.5 ..065 .049 1 ..84 0. high operating temperature also reduces allowable working pressure of the tubing.405 for pressure line. and wall thicknesses appropriate for design pressures of 3500 psi minimum for the pressure line and about 500 psi for return and suction lines.80 0..188 .035 .32 316 1.80 0. Steel Copper Monel SAE O-ring Face Seal Seal-Lok 1) — — ...00 1.94 0. but is still in the acceptable range. operating temperature range.603 Tube Selection Example: Steel Maximum Operating C-1010 Temperature and (degrees F) C-4130 100 1. Ohio http://www.065 . we will need to go to 3/4” x .065 . and maximum operating pressure (high) requirements.148 ..00 300 1.4 2. we find: A) For the pressure line. C-1010.1 code for pressure piping (1986). B) For the return line. If Ferulok fittings are being used.5 .4300 Catalog General Technical 1.020 .065 3/8 12 -6 . tubing would meet the media. Since derating factors for Severity of Service (Table U10) and Max.109” wall tubes would also be satisfactory if .065 ..120 .84 0.67 x .5 .D.5 3-5 3-6 3../Max” Tube Wall Thickness for Common Fittings C) For the suction line.00 Derating Factor 1.99 400 0. Example: Combined derating factor for 316SS tubing for B (severe) service and 500° F.00 150 1.049” would meet the requirements..00 1. using Tables U15 and U16.43 0. should not be used. x .85 0.020 .80 0. The .00 1..058 .095 .. then wall thickness of less than 7% of tube O.058 .90 0.095 3/4 16 -12 .00 0.9 = . subject to change..010 .91 0.79 0.00 8. tubing used with Ferulok fittings in Table U14.220 Severity of Service A (Normal) B (Severe) C (Hazardous) Description Moderate mechanical and hydraulic shocks.639 for return line.095 2 .083” wall tubing.049 .2.52 0.220 Copper Aluminum Steel Plastics St.82 0.7 1) Brazing to attach sleeve can be used for all wall thicknesses. Steel Metric Intru-Lok Flareless ...035 .083” wall is not readily available.D.4 .148 — .57 0..035 . see page S26.120 1 1/4 22 -20 .86 0.028 ..47 0.00 0.109 1 20 -16 .028 ..120 .91 0.095” and .60 0.020 .4 .095 .035 3/16 6 -3 .00 1.120 2 28 -32 .095 2 . we need to find tubes with inside diameters (I.2 .99 0.134 .61 0.035 .78 0.

459 2.286 0.00 34.700 1.677 1.568 2.431 0.071 1.474 3.808 1.143 1.00 19.00 15.833 1.123 0.395 0.632 0.554 0.169 0.543 0.356 1.00 14.00 85. Ohio http://www.222 0.00 170.782 1.119 3.634 4.111 0.640 0.565 2.496 0.862 2.109 1.453 0.202 0.810 0.00 160.919 1.309 2.50 7.50 0.00 2.887 1.370 2.106 1.00 48.175 0.00 1.00 150.101 0.00 32.50 10.278 2.239 0.com/tfd .830 1.599 0.623 0.314 0.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Recommended Flow Diameters – In Inches Recommended Flow Diameter in Inches Pressure Return Suction Lines Lines Lines 0.350 0.069 1.862 1.320 0.362 0.358 0.555 4.00 50.143 0.213 3.00 6.876 0.857 1.00 16.810 2.00 130.00 42.00 95.00 40. U17 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.764 2.553 0.00 75.669 2.326 0.00 Table U13 — Recommended Flow Diameters.00 11.091 0.50 4.170 0.960 0.00 38.512 0.627 0.589 0.868 1.50 5.00 120.00 9.048 1.973 0.00 30.677 1.443 0.411 1.303 3.00 20.00 28.178 1.202 0.00 24.280 0.405 0.212 1.916 3.272 0.462 0.181 0.789 1.568 0.571 0.390 3.905 0.351 0.423 0.064 0.920 0.157 0.00 17.619 2.160 0.479 0.00 3.949 1.693 0.012 0.036 1.00 12.277 0.501 0.00 22.933 0.180 1.606 0.00 26.750 0.373 0.807 2.00 4.784 0.247 0.649 1.402 2.670 1.986 0.849 1.256 0.857 4.525 Maximum Flow Rate GPM 0.479 Recommended Flow Diameter in Inches Pressure Return Suction Lines Lines Lines 1.00 80.197 0.558 0.50 9.786 1.716 0.00 46.474 0.293 1.263 0.024 0.990 1.75 1.128 0.061 0.600 0.847 0.373 0.00 44.395 0.947 1.239 0.145 1.00 180.880 1.753 0.00 Maximum Flow Rate GPM 65.00 13.903 1.810 1.00 36.020 3.parker.358 0.404 0.50 1.701 1.00 5.109 0.50 8.00 90.032 1.528 0.226 0.00 110.300 0.340 2.399 2.728 1.50 6.629 2.690 2.534 0.25 1.00 100.515 0.172 1.905 1.639 1.679 0.248 1.319 0.710 4.653 1.00 7.143 0. in Inches Dimensions and pressures for reference only.00 140.816 0.00 200.119 1.217 0.784 4.00 55.572 0.498 2.378 0.226 0.717 2.495 0.866 0.749 2.00 190. subject to change.428 2.00 8.267 0.25 0.506 0.00 60.030 1.342 2.214 1.950 1.768 1.154 0.245 1.969 3.756 1.286 0.452 0.00 70.771 1.425 0.00 18.074 0.724 1.50 3.200 1.746 1.991 1.580 1.75 2.515 2.339 0.280 2.505 1.392 0.384 0.319 0.429 0.

680 10.274 25.734 5.893 4.418 6.310 32.478 8.679 77. U18 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.785 9.670 2.091 6.460 22.088 34.342 59.557 12.118 9.934 23.920 12.335 59.501 22.467 11.560 16.878 15.280 8.453 32.463 22.933 20.421 54.314 8.670 118.945 Recommended Flow Diameter in Millimeters Pressure Suction Return Lines Lines Lines 28.570 44.734 7.239 4.515 13.686 50.041 30.294 28. in Millimeters * LPM = Liters Per Minute Dimensions and pressures for reference only.840 18.655 16.030 40.360 3.032 93.617 37.019 36.020 15.848 110.540 5.800 17.378 13.863 36.090 79.059 4.538 15.158 61.390 57.474 47.837 13.767 10.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Recommended Flow Diameters – In Millimeters Recommended Flow Diameter in Millimeters Pressure Return Suction Lines Lines Lines 1.373 10.389 42.400 41.340 5.085 11.774 30.468 39.080 10.176 69.606 8.906 64.400 52.400 27.600 35.667 102.145 14. subject to change.617 23.823 5.999 25.010 7.925 45.928 42.671 37.579 31.437 11.147 14.872 40.203 17.515 27.003 88.201 17.307 106.800 83.562 16.843 25.723 7.295 16.483 33.738 15.937 23.467 10.114 24.400 29.770 39.394 52.362 3.760 31.480 6.700 26.972 22.333 51.394 24.911 2.237 49.809 18.299 114.426 56.com/tfd .194 21.464 21.226 74.972 14.613 37.181 12.277 25.913 98.577 67.184 69.347 4.920 45.668 29.592 45.720 7.874 47.806 18.734 5.936 20.387 15.903 9.284 33.640 6.873 21.081 23.235 74.944 44.756 26.249 9.833 12.397 24.689 43.700 13.640 4.694 7.200 14.419 56.790 19.793 48.383 19.449 32.447 14.218 5.348 13.463 81.parker.569 67.735 72.180 2.659 19.405 35.385 19.124 33.101 47.840 25.573 7.899 64.985 11.228 Maximum Flow Rate LPM* 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 220 240 260 280 Maximum Flow Rate LPM* 300 320 340 360 380 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 Table U14 — Recommended Flow Diameters.461 21.040 11.554 51.742 16.646 9.240 3.340 38.075 31.710 28.732 40. Ohio http://www.165 61.468 11.045 39.774 34.697 26.970 22.726 72.281 8.895 9.000 12.458 20.

500 0.035 0.188 0.085 0.049 0.125 0.118 0.020 0.028 0.500 0.277 0.083 0.500 0.083 0.083 0.750 0.188 0.028 0.109 0.095 0.010 0.875 0.750 0.625 0.134 0.188 0.250 0.058 0.834 0.058 0.109 0.625 0.685 0.560 * See Table U8 for tube specifications.035 0.500 Wall Thick.750 0.D.500 0.parker.750 0.065 0.188 0.625 0.049 0.732 0.049 0.560 0.049 0.856 0.500 0.109 0.049 0.000 Wall Thick.250 0.384 0.510 0.634 0.319 0.245 0.035 0.028 0.058 0.000 1.500 0.) 0.105 0.183 0.875 0. (in.313 0.459 0.125 0.188 Tube I. (in.375 0.124 Tube O.058 0.120 0.607 0.370 0.095 0.250 0.500 0.157 0.058 0.930 0.065 0.D.250 0.375 0.) 0.335 0.625 0.313 0.095 0.028 0.750 0.049 0.134 0.D.625 0.625 0.620 0.875 0.) 0.188 0.444 0.095 0. Steel 4130.584 0.273 0.120 0.120 0.220 Tube I.148 0.313 0.527 0.090 0.210 0.731 0.750 0.000 1.010 0.028 0.374 0.375 0.760 0.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Inch Tube Pressure Ratings Inch Tubes* Design Pressure (4:1 Design Factor).875 1.243 0.055 0.635 0.625 0.902 0.125 0.152 0.750 0. PSI Stainless Steel Steel 304 & 316.095 0.313 0. Steel 4130.000 1.215 0. HSLA Copper 1010 1021 2150 2600 3250 1050 4600 5500 6900 2200 6650 8000 10000 3200 8450 10150 12700 4050 1400 1700 2100 650 2950 3550 4450 1400 4250 5100 6400 2050 5450 6550 8200 2600 7850 9400 11800 3750 2150 2600 3250 1050 3100 3700 4650 1500 3950 4750 5950 1900 5750 6900 8650 2750 6900 8300 10400 3300 7800 9350 11750 3750 9950 11950 15000 4800 1700 2050 2550 800 2450 2950 3650 1150 3100 3700 4650 1500 4500 5400 6750 2150 5400 6500 8150 2600 6150 7400 9250 2950 6850 8200 10350 3300 8000 9600 12050 3850 9150 11000 13800 4400 1400 1700 2100 650 2000 2400 3000 950 2550 3050 3850 1200 3650 4400 5550 1750 4450 5350 6650 2100 5000 6000 7550 2400 5600 6700 8450 2700 6550 7900 9900 3150 7600 9100 11450 3650 8750 10500 13200 4200 1500 1800 2200 700 1850 2200 2800 900 2700 3250 4050 1300 3250 3900 4850 1550 3650 4400 5500 1750 4100 4900 6150 1950 4800 5750 7200 2300 5550 6650 8350 2650 6450 7750 9750 3100 7200 8650 10800 3450 8050 9650 12150 3850 8950 10750 13450 4300 11050 13250 16600 5300 Inch Tubes* Design Pressure (4:1 Design Factor).180 0.500 0.579 0.083 0.095 0.430 0.870 0.305 0.209 0.750 0.606 0.313 0.083 0.) 0.407 0.500 0.072 0.481 0.134 0.188 0.120 0.509 0.750 0.709 0.282 0.148 0.500 0.197 0.375 0.313 0.035 0.058 0.334 0.000 1.035 0.375 0.020 0. (in.084 0.083 0.065 0.072 0.035 0.385 0.169 0.065 0.375 0.156 0.132 0.065 0.148 0. (in.147 0.310 0.375 0.035 0.072 0.065 0.313 0.257 0.072 0.072 0.065 0.750 0.875 0.250 0. HSLA Copper 1010 1021 1150 1400 1750 550 1500 1800 2200 700 2100 2500 3200 1000 2550 3050 3800 1200 2850 3400 4300 1350 3200 3850 4800 1550 3750 4500 5650 1800 4350 5200 6550 2100 5050 6050 7600 2450 5600 6700 8450 2700 6350 7600 9550 3050 1200 1450 1850 600 1750 2100 2600 850 2100 2500 3150 1000 2350 2800 3550 1150 2650 3200 3950 1250 3050 3650 4600 1450 3550 4250 5350 1700 4150 5000 6200 2000 4600 5500 6900 2200 5200 6250 7800 2500 5800 7000 8700 2800 7500 9000 11300 3600 1050 1250 1550 500 1500 1800 2200 700 1750 2100 2650 850 2000 2400 3000 950 2200 2650 3350 1050 2600 3100 3900 1250 3000 3600 4500 1450 3500 4200 5250 1650 3900 4700 5850 1850 4400 5300 6600 2100 4900 5900 7350 2350 900 1100 1350 450 1300 1550 1950 600 1550 1850 2300 750 1750 2100 2600 850 1950 2350 2900 950 2250 2700 3400 1100 2600 3100 3900 1250 3000 3600 4550 1450 3350 4000 5050 1600 3800 4550 5700 1800 4200 5050 6350 2000 4450 5350 6700 2150 5500 6600 8250 2650 6550 7850 9800 3150 Tube O.083 0.482 0. U19 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.095 0.134 0.028 0.555 0.759 0.250 0.049 0.375 0.777 0.625 0.375 0.402 0.357 0.680 0.875 0.000 1.500 0.D. subject to change. (in.020 0.109 0. PSI Stainless Steel Steel 304 & 316.625 0.188 0.020 0.750 0.652 0.000 1.231 0.495 0.185 0.069 0.000 1.750 0.454 0.875 0.000 1.356 0.000 1.259 0.065 0.148 0.168 0.125 0.624 0. Table U15 — Inch Tube Pressure Ratings Dimensions and pressures for reference only.704 0.782 0.com/tfd .000 1.875 0.) 0.875 0.035 0.148 0.884 0.250 0.745 0.109 0.875 0.657 0.083 0.204 0.058 0.035 0.500 0. Ohio http://www.688 0. (in.) 0.260 0.123 0.035 0.049 0.109 0.000 1.313 0.625 0.232 0.810 0.532 0.120 0.194 0.134 0.028 0.000 1.625 0.058 0.049 0.375 0.875 0.435 0.072 0.072 0.000 1.569 0.805 0.120 0.134 0.313 0.020 0.

500 1. (in.834 1.D.810 1.065 0.000 2.095 0.134 0.250 0.500 1.000 2.083 0.356 1.000 Wall Thick.134 1.500 1.500 1.) 1.874 0.250 1.095 0.058 0.095 0.120 0.084 1.500 2.148 0.281 Tube I.000 2.250 1.220 0.120 0. Ohio http://www. subject to change.250 1.438 Stainless Steel 304 & 316.109 0.500 1.732 1.083 0.250 1.) 1. HSLA Copper 1550 500 1850 600 2050 650 2300 750 2650 850 3050 1000 3550 1150 3950 1250 4450 1400 4950 1600 5250 1700 6450 2050 7700 2450 1700 550 1900 600 2200 700 2550 800 2950 950 3250 1050 3650 1150 4050 1300 4300 1350 5300 1700 6300 2000 7250 2300 1250 400 1400 450 1600 500 1850 600 2150 700 2400 750 2700 850 3000 950 3150 1000 3850 1250 4600 1450 5250 1700 6000 1900 Steel 1010 1000 1200 1350 1500 1750 2050 2350 2650 2950 3300 3500 4300 5100 1150 1250 1450 1700 1950 2150 2450 2700 2850 3500 4150 4800 850 950 1100 1250 1450 1600 1800 2000 2100 2550 3050 3500 4000 Steel 1021 1200 1450 1600 1800 2100 2450 2800 3200 3550 3950 4200 5150 6100 1400 1500 1750 2050 2350 2600 2950 3250 3400 4200 5000 5750 1000 1150 1300 1500 1750 1900 2150 2400 2500 3050 3650 4200 4800 * See Table U8 for tube specifications. U20 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.954 0.704 1.250 1.810 1. cont’d. 4130.032 1.000 2.250 0.106 1.120 1. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.000 2.500 1.065 0.370 1.188 0. (in.134 0.856 1.500 1.109 0.760 1.232 1.938 0.134 0.072 0.250 1.500 1.) Inch Tubes* Design Pressure (4:1 Design Factor).000 1.250 1.188 0.148 0.250 1.com/tfd .000 2.049 0.204 1.156 0.083 0.) 0.000 2.500 1. Table U15 — Inch Tube Pressure Ratings.250 1.282 1.109 0.870 1.624 1.310 1.260 1.560 1.982 0.124 1.250 1.688 1.22 0.000 2. (in.250 1.065 0.334 1.500 1.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Inch Tube Pressure Ratings (cont’d. PSI Tube O.250 1.000 2.010 0.parker.188 1.148 0.152 1.500 1.188 0.060 1.500 1.782 1.000 2.120 0.220 0.072 0.060 1.156 0.156 0.D.072 0.000 2.000 2.250 1.

0 2.0 357 420 9.5 5. (mm) 4 4 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 22 22 22 22 25 25 25 Wall Thick.0 641 13.0 426 12.0 2.0 336 392 20.com/tfd .0 235 245 24.5 2.5 3.0 549 3.0 282 294 22.0 134 140 36.0 226 20.0 9. (mm) 0.5 2.0 1.0 269 38.0 2.0 4.parker.0 186 32.0 343 21.5 2.0 1.0 2.0 2.4571 17.0 282 294 7.0 4.0 6.0 3.0 2.0 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 336 392 9.0 4.0 2.0 4.5 333 4.0 1.0 242 27.0 1.0 201 210 34.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Tube O.0 188 196 12.5 3.D.0 2.5 2.5 1.0 666 10.5 3.0 1.5 1.0 264 276 12.0 223 30.0 302 315 10.0 7. (mm) 4.5 2.0 478 498 5.0 522 600 3.0 495 6.5 2.0 212 16.0 437 15.0 0.0 192 200 18.5 2.0 4.0 1.0 549 600 2.0 302 26. (mm) 25 25 25 28 28 28 28 30 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 35 38 38 38 38 38 38 42 42 42 50 50 65 Wall Thick. U21 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.0 452 472 16.0 353 368 11.0 651 11.0 256 267 17.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 409 17.0 2.5 2.4571 3.5 2.0 373 389 13.0 409 426 7.0 297 309 28.0 478 13.0 1.0 201 210 23.0 576 5.0 446 38.0 353 368 8.0 333 368 5.25 1.5 3.0 Metric Tubes Static Design Pressure (Bar) Steel Stainless Tube I.0 373 389 6.0 2.0 5.0 353 368 14.0 576 4.0 151 158 24.5 0.0 157 15. Ohio http://www.5 3.0 432 4.0 8. 37-4 (mm) 1.0 338 353 Table U16 — Metric Tube Pressure Ratings Dimensions and pressures for reference only.0 Metric Tubes Static Design Pressure (Bar) Steel Stainless Tube I.0 658 8.0 2.5 3.0 2.0 507 7.0 434 452 8.5 3.D.5 3.0 3.0 394 16.0 282 294 15.5 2.0 389 426 3.0 2.75 1.0 3. subject to change.0 409 31.D.0 2. 37-4 (mm) 1.0 161 168 30.0 322 33.0 313 327 13.0 338 32.0 235 245 9.0 392 12.0 320 16.0 282 294 19.0 478 19.5 3.0 1.0 332 26.0 3.0 386 403 10.0 1.0 5.0 6.5 3.0 390 24.0 252 22.5 4. Low-Carbon Steel St.0 3.0 235 245 14.0 1.5 3.0 692 1.5 4.0 478 25.75 1.0 188 25.0 347 Metric Tube Pressure Ratings Tube O.0 1.0 437 49.5 757 6.0 431 472 4.0 313 2.5 3.0 576 6.0 201 29.5 409 2.0 282 294 11. Low-Carbon Steel St.0 2.D.

Example: Find pressure drop for 6C5L at 5 gallons per minute flow rate: From the chart. it is directly proportional to the specific gravity of the fluid. Mathematical analysis of pressure drop. the pressure drop for 6C5X is 10 psi.parker. may not be exact because of the interrelationship of factors such as fluid density. is so small in this case that it can be ignored. Conversions will have to be made for fluids which are not similar to test fluid.125)4 = 16 psi. while in fittings it is mainly caused by changes in the magnitude or direction of the fluid velocity.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Tube Fittings Pressure Drop In hydraulic systems.com/tfd . The Tube Fittings part numbers are listed below the Pressure Drop Chart to which they apply. Thus. raised to the 4th power. Examples: Fig. velocity. with oil. flowing through it at 4 gallons per minute. Ohio http://www. The following pressure drop charts were derived from actual test data and may be used as a guide for determining pressure drops at various flow rates through fittings for fluid indicated. the ratio of 6C5X to 6C5L flow diameters is 0.873) Dimensions and pressures for reference only. or 1. similar to the test fluid. Pressure Drops for Other Fluids: Pressure drop through a fitting is mainly caused by change in direction and velocity of the fluid. pressure drop represents loss of energy and therefore should be kept to a minimum. or: New Drop = Value from the graph x Specific Gravity of New Fluid Specific Gravity of Test Fluid (0. subject to change. Also.3 psi. trace a vertical line up from the flow axis to the desired size line then trace a horizontal line from this intersection over to the pressure drop axis. The drop due to friction. which is dependent on the viscosity of the fluid. the pressure drop for Seal-Lok = 10 x (1. The pressure drop values can be adjusted for other fittings of the same size by multiplying the value from the chart by the ratio of Triple-Lok flow diameter to that of the other fitting. To determine pressure drop for a given flow. would cause a pressure drop of approximately 2. the pressure drop with a different fluid can be calculated by multiplying the value from the graph above by the ratio of specific gravity of the two fluids. even though possible.125. Therefore. Example: A size 8 CTX.297/0. flow area and frictional co-efficients. Therefore. Pressure loss in straight tubing and hose is mainly caused by the frictional resistance of the walls. U2 — Pressure Drop Chart for 90° Fittings or Branch Path Through a Tee or Cross Fitting (Triple-Lok) Pressure Drops for Other Fitting: *These pressure drop curves were established with Triple-Lok fittings. U22 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.264.

4300 Catalog General Technical Examples: Return To Index Fig.com/tfd . U3 — Pressure Drop Chart for Straight Fittings and Run Legs of Tees and Crosses (Triple-Lok) Example: Fig. subject to change. U23 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.parker. U4 — Pressure Drop Chart for 45° Elbow Fittings (Triple-Lok) Dimensions and pressures for reference only. Ohio http://www.

there are applications.33 x 6000 = 8000 psi Higher (dynamic) Ratings Some parts are capable of performing at higher pressures than those shown on the product pages. once pressurized. The dynamic and static systems can be defined as follows: Dynamic: A system in which the operating pressure fluctuates. in accordance with load. Ohio http://www.33. Hence. contact Tube Fittings Division. Example: A backhoe. such as hydraulic jacks. the fitting is capable of holding a pressure equal to 4 times the rated pressure before leakage or failure. the design factor can be 3. Static pressure rating = 1. A vast majority of systems where our fittings are used fall in this category. However. with such pressurizations not exceeding 30. vibration and temperature excursions. U24 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Fitting and Adapter Pressure Ratings Pressure Ratings Pressure ratings shown on the product pages of this catalog are for dynamic systems.parker. the system may also experience shocks. vibration and temperature excursions. shock. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.33 x Dynamic pressure rating Example: Static pressure rating for a fitting rated at 6000 psi = 1. subject to change. is essentially free of pressure fluctuations. where the system pressure is essentially static once it is pressurized. For static applications. the static rating can be determined by multiplying the dynamic rating by 1. up to a maximum pressure limited by the relief valve. The dynamic pressure ratings are based on a minimum design factor of 4. Example: A hydraulic jack.com/tfd . In addition. For information on higher ratings. In other words. For this type of an application the fittings can be used at higher pressures.000 in the life of the system. Static: A system.

5 11.5 32.56) M16 X 1.5 13 14.5 11.5 65.com/tfd .5 24.5 2 2 2 2 2.8 23.5 15.4 0 1. 4) Reference only.5 15° M20 ISO O-ring Table U17— Port Detail — ISO 6149-1 1) Per ISO 261 tolerance class 6H.57) 32 27 — 25.5 Z° ±1° 12° 12° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° Parker O-ring Size8) M8 ISO O-ring M10 ISO O-ring M12 ISO O-ring M14 ISO O-ring M16 ISO O-ring M18 ISO O-ring M22 ISO O-ring M27 ISO O-ring M30 ISO O-ring M33 ISO O-ring M42 ISO O-ring M48 ISO O-ring M60 ISO O-ring 12.5 M14 X 1.5 2. 3) Spotface diameter without identification ridge.5 55.1 0 d6 +0.8 19. See page T6 for assembly torques.5 17.5 19.5 14.5 M27 X 2 M30 X 2 M33 X 2 M42 X 2 M48 X 2 M60 X 2 Large d22) min 17 20 23 25 28 30 33 40 44 49 58 63 74 Small d23) min 14 16 19 21 24 26 29 34 38 43 52 57 67 d34) ref.parker.5 22 24.1 3.4 32. 3 4.5 17 18 22 22 22 22. Ohio http://www.1 11. NOTE: For port tapping tools.5 M22 X 1.5 L4 min full thread 10 10 11.5 41.5 50.1 L25) min 11. 8) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications. increase tap drill depths accordingly. 5) Tap drill depths given require use of a bottoming tap to produce the specified full thread lengths.5 2. U25 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.8 27 2. see pages S34 and S35.6 2.4 2.5 27.4 2.5 14 14 15.4 50.4 3.5 1. Port to be identified by marking “metric” next to it or “ISO 6149-1 Metric” on component name plate.1 3. Tap drill per ISO 2306 class 6H. Part 3) Metric ISO 261.8 29.4 2. 7) For cartridge valve cavity applications only. subject to change.1 3. “M” Thread Thread Size d11) M8 X 1 M10 X 1 M12 X 1.5 6 7.5 22. Connecting hole application may require a different size.5 L3 max 1 1 1.4 2.5 2.5 9.4 — 2 14. Where standard taps are used.5 36.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index ISO 6149-1 — Metric Straight Thread O-Ring Port (SAE 2244-1/DIN 3852.1 3.4 35.6 1.5 9 11 14 18 21 23 30 36 44 d4 d5 + 0. 2) Spotface diameter with the optional identification ridge. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.8 15.5 1.1 13.5 19 19 19 19. 6) Preferred for diagnostic port applications.4 62.4 FOR CARTRIDGE VALVE CAVITIES ONLY (SEE ISO 7789) M20X1.5 M18 X 1.8 17.5 21.5 25 27.4 44.1 3.5 0 14 16 19 21 24 26 29 34 38 43 52 57 67 L1 +0.

3 3.2 3. see page S34.0 12.7 12.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index SAE J1926-1 — SAE Straight Thread O-ring Port (ISO 11926-1) (Conforms to MS16142.4 2. 6) L4 Full Thread min.0 10.0 18.6 1. Does NOT conform to MS33649(8).0 23.9 2.7 19.0 23.0 23.00 (mm) 9. 7) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications.7 L1 L25) L33).6 1.1 is maintained. 28 30. (mm) 10.0 33.0 15. subject to change. 20 22 25.0 1. 2) See SAE J846 for more information.6 1.5 12.5 2. 42 50 +0.3 16.5 3. as any boss can be used for a tubing size depending upon other design criteria.0 45.0 19.0 19. For assembly torques see page T5.5 49.0 15. d4 dia.0 19. 15.0 23.6 3.3 3. Where standard taps are used. U26 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. 5) Tap drill depths given require use of bottoming taps to produce the specified full thread lengths.2 Table U18 — Port Detail — SAE J1926-1 (ISO 11926-1) 1) Nominal tube OD is shown for the standard inch sizes and the conversion to equivalent millimeter sizes.3 12.2 4.0 14.4 3.9 1.0 min.8 65.5µm) max shall be permissible.3) d3 dia. max.4 2.1mm) FIM.004 in (0.6 1.6 23.4 2.0 19.5 20.0 21.7 14. 0. (mm) 17 19 21 23 25 30 34 41 45 49 58 65 88 (mm) 1.6 20.0 12. Ohio http://www.2 3. 6) Maximum recommended spotface depth to permit sufficient wrench grip for proper tightening of the fitting or locknut. 35 38.4 14.4 2.13 -0.0 27.1 (ISO 263) (in) 5/16-24 UNF-2B 3/8-24 UNF-2B 7/16-20 UNF-2B 1/2-20 UNF-2B 9/16-18 UNF-2B 3/4-16 UNF-2B 7/8-14 UNF-2B 1 1/16-12 UN-2B 1 3/16-12 UN-2B 1 5/16-12 UN-2B 1 5/8-12 UN-2B 1 7/8-12 UN-2B 2 1/2-12 UN-2B d2 dia. -0.5 16.9 29.2 3.4 6.3 3. and shall be free from longitudinal and spiral tool marks. the tap drill depths must be increased accordingly. d5 dia.2 32.5 10.parker.5 2.0 23. Figures are for reference only.0 11. 4) Diameter d5 shall be concentric with thread pitch diameter within 0.5 43. Dimensions and pressures for reference only. 32.3 35. Annular tool marks up to 100 µin (2.1 10. NOTE: For port tapping tools. (mm) 11 13 15 16 18 22 26 32 35 38 48 54 70 +0.4) min.6 2.0 23.2 3) If face of boss is on a machined surface.0 (mm) (mm) (mm) 1.0 7.5 17.0 19.3 3.0 14.) UN/UNF Threads Nominal Tube OD1) Nom SAE Dash Size -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -8 -10 -12 -14 -16 -20 -24 -32 2) Thread Size ANSI B1. 8) See page U27. dimensions d2 and L3 need not apply as long as corner radius R0.0 Z ±1° deg 12° 12° 12° 12° 12° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° 15° Parker O-ring Size7) 3-902 3-903 3-904 3-905 3-906 3-908 3-910 3-912 3-914 3-916 3-920 3-924 3-932 Inch (in) 1/8 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 Metric (mm) —4 6 8 10 12 14.com/tfd .5 11. 16 18.3 3.4 min.4 2.

4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index SAE Straight Thread Connector Use in MS33649 SAE straight thread connectors. when MS33649 was more popular.com/tfd . In the past. this port has been superseded by SAE J1926-1 in industrial applications for over 50 years. However. a chamfer modification requirement for MS33649 will not be in the next printing of the SAE J514 specification. again to discourage the use of this port. If you must use this port. U27 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. discourages the use of MS33649 port in nonaircraft applications. which makes them special and more expensive. In fact. Parker fittings were made with this chamfer. Since J1926-1 is a superior design. such as Parker F5OX. need a special hex chamfer of 35° to a controlled diameter to function properly in MS33649 port. you have to request fittings with this special chamfer requirement. Ohio http://www. along with other manufacturers.parker. Parker.

1 64.5 M12 x 1.8 57.5 16.1 112.16 3/8 .5 27.75 M12 x 1.9 131.2 30.25 M10 x 1.5 x 3.8 36.3 69.5 16.5 25.55 112 x 3.3 185.13 5/8 .5 21. subject to change.55 32.55 47.25 Y Ref.7 69.5 19.9 77.55 37.9 163.75 M16 x 2 M16 x 2 M16 x 2 M16 x 2 12.5 19. t1 Min.5 5/16 .6 79. U28 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.11 24 22 22 28 27 27 30 30 33 30 33 38.5 x 3.2 35.8 70.6 72.5 25.1 78.5 x 3.55 32.7 153.5 114.2 152.8 92.75 M16 x 2 M20 x 2.9 106.11 5/8 .8 57.75 M12 x 1.5 103.16 7/16 .5 14.3 111.5 93.5 44.4 120.3 26.9 160.5 x 3.1 70.1 47. depth ± 0.55 85 x 3.75 M12 x 1.16 7/16 . 3) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications.5 x 3.6 52.6 81.5 MPa Series1) (SAE Code 61) Clamping Screws Screw Holes Type II2) (SAE J518) C max.5 M10 x 1.55 37.1 115.5 48 60 70 78 95 114 16 19 24 27 30 37 22 28 33 38 43 52 19 x 3.25 Flange Half and Bolt Pattern O-Rings3) Parker J min.55 97.2 55.9 77.8 80.8 136.3 96.6 53.5 to 31.8 31.9 69.55 2-210 2-214 2-219 2-222 2-225 2-228 Table U19 — Port Detail — ISO 6162 1) 1 MPa = 10 bar = 145 PSI.13 1/2 . Ohio http://www.8 27.5 M12 x 1.55 56 x 3.1 46 52 59 73 83 97 109 131 140 152 181 13 14 16 144) 16 16 19 22 22 25 28 19 22 22 24 25 26 38 41 28 35 41 19 x 3.8 18. W ±0.0 94.2 66.55 2-210 2-214 2-219 2-222 2-225 2-228 2-232 2-237 2-241 2-245 2-253 Nominal Flange Size D3 Type I (in) (mm) Thread 40 MPa Series1) (SAE Code 62) Clamping Screws Screw Holes Type II2) (SAE J518) C max.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index ISO 6162 — Four-Bolt Flange Connection (Includes SAE J518) Nominal Flange Size D3 Type I (in) (mm) Thread 2.25 Flange Half and Bolt Pattern O-Rings3) Parker J min. see page T8.55 25 x 3.5 16.5 21.55 69 x 3.25 M10 x 1.10 21 24 27 25 35 38 40.18 3/8 . depth ± 0. L5 L6 ISO 3601-1 ID x Section O-Ring Size 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 13 19 25 32 38 51 M8 x 1.3 94.5 28.8 88.5 18.5 5/16 . depth Thread (UNC) t1 Min.9 65.3 96.3 134.5 x 3.5 x 3.6 80.com/tfd .8 133.7 42.5 28. t1 Min. L5 L6 ISO 3601-1 ID x Section O-Ring Size 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 3 1/2 4 5 13 19 25 32 38 51 64 76 89 102 127 M8 x 1.7 17.14 1/2 .5 50.11 5/8 . W ±0.8 61. NOTE: For assembly procedure and torques.11 5/8 .0 100. 4) 16 mm is also acceptable.13 5/8 . 2) Not for new design.5 33.55 136 x 3.55 25 x 3.14 1/2 .5 14.55 47.4 150.5 M10 x 1.4 54. depth Thread (UNC) t1 Min.2 23.55 56 x 3.6 182.11 3/4 .parker.13 1/2 .7 130.4 58.18 3/8 .9 50.25 Y Ref.5 22.

Ohio http://www.5 42.0 60. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.3 L1 max.D.94 x 2.5 2.6 33.2 48.5 16.5 2.0 2.96 x 2.parker.0 46. x Section Retaining Ring O-Ring Size2 (mm) Part Number 5-585 7.8 21.9 Narrow Types B&E 15 20 23 28 33 41 51 56 69 Wide Types G&H 17.0 L2 min.3 16.5 20.5 2.5 12.69 x 3.5 3.62 3/4 Retaining Ring 2-217 29. 2) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications.5X ED33X2X ED42X2X ED48X2X — Table U20 — Port Detail — ISO 1179-1 1) Conforms to proposed revision. 3) See page O5 for O-ring and retaining ring ordering information.0 EOlastic Seal (Type E) O-Ring and Retaining Ring (Types G & H)3 Parker O-Ring I.53 1 1/2 Retaining Ring — — — Bonded Washer Part No.0 1.1 59.com/tfd . subject to change.5 2.0 40.53 1 Retaining Ring 2-222 37.88 1/8 Retaining Ring 2-111 10.04 x 3.5 34.5 12.5 73.98 x 1.7 24.1 26.5X EDR3/8X EDR1/2X ED26X1. 4) See page O6 for details.5 2. Part 2) ISO 228-1 “G” Threads D4 (mm) Thread Size (ISO 228-1) G 1/8-28 G 1/4-19 G 3/8 19 G 1/2-14 G 3/4-14 G 1-11 G 1 1/4-11 G 1 1/2-11 G 2-11 D3 (mm) 9.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index ISO 1179-11) — Flat Face Port with British Standard Pipe.62 3/8 Retaining Ring 5-256 17.5 26.9 13.2 20.62 1/2 Retaining Ring 2-119 23. U29 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.5 14. (mm) 1. Parallel (BSPP) Threads (DIN 3852.53 1 1/4 Retaining Ring 2-224 44.77 x 2.47 x 2. (mm) 8.5 22.1 54.74 x 3.62 1/4 Retaining Ring 2-113 13.5 18.4 D9DT-2 D9DT-4 D9DT-6 D9DT-8 D9DT-12 D9DT-16 D9DT-20 D9DT-24 D9DT-32 Part Number ED10X1X ED14X1.

parker.5X ED18X1.54 x 2.2 22 +0.24 x 2.5 M18 x 1.5 2. (mm) 8 8 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 16 16 18 18 20 20 22 W (mm) EOlastic Seal (Type E) Part no. “M” Thread (See Note 1) ISO 9974 Port seal types available from Parker Thead Size (ISO 261) M8 x 1 M10 x 1 M12 x 1. 2) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications.62 28.78 10.07 x 1.25 x 1. U30 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index ISO 9974-1 — Flat Face Port with Metric Threads (DIN 3852.5 M16 x 1.62 17.5 2. 3-902 6-074 2-012 2-013 3-907 2-114 2-017 2-018 2-019 2-118 2-119 2-122 2-124 2-128 2-130 2-132 6. Part 1) Metric ISO261.5X ED22X1. Ohio http://www. 3) For diagnostic applications.54) M26 x 1.5 2 2 2.12 x 2.5 2.2 10 +0.5 L2 min.5X ED14X1.53) M22 x 1.94 x 2. 4) These sizes are not covered in ISO 9974-1.2 18 +0.62 40.5 1.5X — ED26X1.2 27 +0.5XX ED20X1.3 45 +0.5X ED33X2X — ED42X2X — ED48X2X O-ring and Retaining Ring1) O-ring O-ring ID x section Retaining Ring Size2) (mm) Part No.3 42 +0.77 x 2. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.50 9.78 20.5 2.89 x 2.5 M20 x 1.5 2.5 1.17 x 1.2 26 +0.com/tfd .62 37.2 Table U21 — Port Detail — ISO 9974-1 1) Seal types G and H are not covered in ISO 9974-1.47 x 2.5 2.78 21.2 12 +0. (mm) 1 1 1.62 M8 RR M10 RR M12 RR M14 RR M16 RR M18 RR M20 RR M22 RR M24 RR M26 RR M27 RR M33 RR M36 RR M42 RR M45 RR M48 RR 0.62 31.5 M14 x 1.78 13.5X ED26X1.35 x 1.5X ED16X1.2 33 +0. See page O4 for retaining ring and O-ring ordering information.77 x 1. ED8X1X ED10X1X ED12X1.63 8.2 16 +0.2 20 +0.62 44.5 2.5 M27 x 2 M33 x 2 M36 x 24) M42 x 2 M45 x 24) M48 x 2 D3 (mm) 8 +0.82 x 1.62 23.3 D4 (mm) 13 15 18 20 23 25 27 28 30 33 33 41 43 51 50 56 L1 max.3 48 +0.08 15.00 x 1.46 x 2.5 M24 x 1.1 0.78 18. subject to change.2 26 +0.2 14 +o.42 x 2.5 2.3 36 +0.

85 1. Ohio http://www.38 0. Male Thread Large Dia.92 2.67 0.55 0.44 0.06 1.69 0. U31 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.84 0.55 0.31 0.39 Table U22 — NPTF Dimensions 1) For bottoming taps only.81 B Min.67 1.85 1.84 0.75 0.81 B Min.75 0.75 0.53 0.34 1.41 0.53 0.68 1. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.33 1.68 0. Thread Length 0.85 1. 0.47 0.75 0. Dia.06 1.34 1.31 0.com/tfd .55 0.90 2.parker. Tap Drill Depth 1) 0.38 0.69 0. Male BSPT Female BSPT Thread Size BSPT 1/8-28 1/4-19 3/8-19 1/2-14 3/4-14 1-11 1 1/4-11 1 1/2-11 2-11 O.47 0.53 0.47 0. 0.84 0.59 0.44 0.D.63 0.92 2.33 1.39 0.06 1. Male Thread Large Dia.59 0.39 Table U23 — BSPT Dimensions 1) For bottoming taps only. Tap Drill Depth 1) 0.88 0. Thread Length 0.63 0.81 0.37 D Min. 0.39 D Min. subject to change.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index NPTF and BSPT Dimensions Male NPTF Female NPTF Thread Size NPTF 1/8-27 1/4-18 3/8-18 1/2-14 3/4-14 1-11 1/2 1 1/4-11 1/2 1 1/2-11 1/2 2-11 1/2 O.69 0.91 E Chmf.78 0.67 1.91 E Chmf.42 0. 0.42 0. Dia.69 0.81 0.06 1.84 0.91 2.88 0.D.84 1.78 0.68 1.47 0.

D.5 M18 x 1.5 M22 x 1.parker.5 M22 x 1. Inch (Dash Size) 1/8 (-2) 3/16 (-3) 1/4 (-4) 5/16 (-5) 3/8 (-6) 1/2 (-8) 5/8 (-10) 3/4 (-12) 7/8 (-14) 1 (-16) 1 1/4 (-20) 1 1/2 (-24) 2 (-32) Metric (mm) 4 5 6 8 10 12 14.5 M14 x 1.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Tube to Port1) Pairing for Medium Pressure2) Applications Tube O.com/tfd . subject to change.5 M27 x 2 M30 x 2 M33 x 2 M42 x 2 M48 x 2 M60 x 2 NPTF 1/16-27 1/8-27 1/8-27 1/8-27 1/4-18 3/8-18 1/2-14 3/4-14 3/4-14 1-11 1/2 1 1/4-11 1/2 1 1/2-11 1/2 2-11 1/2 BSPP G 1/8-28 G 1/8-28 G 1/8-28 G 1/4-19 G 3/8-19 G 3/8-19 G 1/2-14 G 3/4-14 G 3/4-14 G 1-11 G 1 1/4-11 G 1 1/2-11 — Table U25 — Tube to Port Pairing for High Pressure Applications Notes: 1) Ports are in accordance with the standards listed below. SAE J1926-1. Dimensions and pressures for reference only. 16 20 — 25 30 38 50 Port Thread SAE 5/16-24 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-20 3/4-16 7/8-14 1 1/16-12 1 3/16-12 1 5/16-12 1 5/8-12 1 7/8-12 2 1/2-12 ISO M8 x 1 M10 x 1 M12 x 1.D.5 M14 x 1. Tube to Port1) Pairing for High Pressure2) Applications Tube O. 18 20 22 25. NPTF-SAE J476 and BSPP-ISO 1179-1 2) The pressure range covering all the sizes shown is 1000 to 5000 PSI. U32 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Inch (Dash Size) 1/8 (-2) 3/16 (-3) 1/4 (-4) 5/16 (-5) 3/8 (-6) 1/2 (-8) — 5/8 (-10) 3/4 (-12) 7/8 (-14) 1 (-16) 1 1/4 (-20) 1 1/2 (-24) 2 (-32) Metric (mm) 4 5 6 8 10 12 15 16. Ohio http://www. ISO 6149-1. 28 30. ISO 6149-1. 42 50 Port Thread SAE 5/16-24 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-20 3/4-16 3/4-16 7/8-14 1 1/16-12 1 3/16-12 1 5/16-12 1 5/8-12 1 7/8-12 2 1/2-12 ISO M8 x 1 M10 x 1 M10 x 1 M12 x 1. NPTF-SAE J476 and BSPP-ISO 1179-1 2) Pressure range covering all sizes shown is 2500 to 9000 PSI. 35 38.5 M16 x 1.5 M27 x 2 M27 x 2 M33 x 2 M42 x 2 M48 x 2 M60 x 2 NPTF 1/16-27 1/8-27 1/8-27 1/8-27 1/4-18 3/8-18 1/2-14 1/2-14 3/4-14 3/4-14 1-11 1/2 1 1/4-11 1/2 1 1/2-11 1/2 2-11 1/2 BSPP G 1/8-28 G 1/8-28 G 1/8-28 G 1/4-19 G 1/4-19 G 3/8-19 G 1/2-14 G 1/2-14 G 3/4-14 G 3/4-14 G 1-11 G 1 1/4-11 G 1 1/2-11 G 2-11 Table U24 — Tube to Port Pairing for Medium Pressure Applications Notes: 1) Ports are in accordance with the standards listed below: SAE J1926-1.5 M18 x 1.5 M16 x 1.

Distilled Water. Dimensions and pressures for reference only.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index 316L Gas and Fluids Chart — Conveyed Media – Gases or Fluids Combustion Gases Cooking Oil Diesel Fuel Freon 12 Gasoline. unleaded Grease Helium Hydraulic Oil Hydrogen Gas Manufactured (Town) Gas Motor Oil Natural Gas Propane Gas Steam Water. Ohio http://www. Fresh Compatibility A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Recommended for Use with Seal-Lok Lite Table B7 – 316L Gas and Fluids Chart Ratings – Chemical Effect A = Excellent. subject to change. U33 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus.parker.com/tfd . Deionized Water. 250°F max. based upon O-ring.

Tin-Lead Plating 100°F Plating Solutions. Dry Gas Hydrofluoric Acid 20% Hydrofluoric Acid 50% Hydrofluoric Acid 75% Hydrofluosilicic Acid 100% Ink Iodine Lead Sulfamate Magnesium Chloride Melamine Mercuric Chloride (dilute) Mercuric Cyanide Nickel Chloride Nitrating Acid (<15% HNO3) Nitrating Acid (>15% H2SO4) Nitrating Acid (Š15% H2SO4) Oils: Ginger Pentane Perchloric Acid Phosphoric Acid (>40%) Phosphoric Acid (molten) Phosphoric Acid (Š40%) Plating Solutions. Indium Sulfamate Plating R. Ohio http://www. Chromium Plating: Black Chrome Bath 115°F Plating Solutions. Nickel Plating: Watts Type 115-160°F Plating Solutions. Zinc Plating: Acid Sulfate Bath 150°F Sea Water Silver Bromide Sodium Bisulfate Sodium Bromide Sodium Fluoride Sodium Hypochlorite (<20%) Sodium Hypochlorite (100%) Sodium Sulfide Stannic Chloride Sulfur Chloride Sulfur Trioxide Sulfuric Acid (10-75%) Sulfuric Acid (75-100%) Sulfuric Acid (hot concentrated) Tartaric Acid Tin Salts Trichloroacetic Acid Compatibility C D D C C C C D C D D D C C C C C D C C D C C C D C C D C D D D D C D D C C D C Table B8 – Chemical Compatibility Chart Ratings – Chemical Effect C = Fair – Moderate Effect. Not recommended for continuous use. Iron Plating: Ferrous Sulfate Bath 150°F Plating Solutions. Zinc Plating: Acid Fluoborate Bath R. Plating Solutions. Gold Plating: Acid 75°F Plating Solutions. Zinc Plating: Acid Chloride 140°F Plating Solutions.T. subject to change. Iron Plating: Fluoborate Bath 145°F Plating Solutions. Monobasic Aniline Hydrochloride Antimony Trichloride Aqua Regia (80% HCl. Softening. Tin-Fluoborate Plating 100°F Plating Solutions. Dimensions and pressures for reference only. Chromium Plating: Fluoride Bath 130°F Compatibility C D C C C D D D C D D C C C D B D D D D D D D D D D D D D D C D C D D D C C D C C D C C D C C D C C D Chemicals NOT Recommended for Use with Seal-Lok Lite Chemical Plating Solutions. Copper Plating (Acid): Copper Sulfate Bath R. Chromium Plating: Barrel Chrome Bath 95°F Plating Solutions. U34 Parker Hannifin Corporation Tube Fittings Division Columbus. Chromium Plating: Chromic-Sulfuric Bath 130°F Plating Solutions. Plating Solutions. Chromium Plating: Fluosilicate Bath 95°F Plating Solutions. Nickel Plating: Fluoborate 100-170°F Plating Solutions. Copper Plating (Acid): Copper Fluoborate Bath 120°F Plating Solutions.T.T. Nickel Plating: High-Chloride 130-160°F Plating Solutions. Nickel Plating: Sulfamate 100-140°F Plating Solutions. Lead Fluoborate Plating Plating Solutions. swelling may occur. Iron Plating: Ferrous Chloride Bath 190°F Plating Solutions. Iron Plating: Ferrous Am Sulfate Bath 150°F Plating Solutions. Dibasic Ammonium Phosphate. loss of strength. Anhydrous Liquid Copper Chloride Copper Cyanide Copper Fluoborate Ethyl Sulfate Ferric Chloride Ferrous Chloride Hydrobromic Acid 100% Hydrobromic Acid 20% Hydrochloric Acid 100% Hydrochloric Acid 20% Hydrochloric Acid 37% Hydrochloric Acid. Iron Plating: Sulfate-Chloride Bath 160°F Plating Solutions. D = Severe Effect.com/tfd . Not recommended for ANY use. Plating Solutions. 20% HNO3) Aromatic Hydrocarbons Benzonitrile Bromine Chloric Acid Chlorine Water Chlorine.parker. Gold Plating: 75°F Plating Solutions.4300 Catalog General Technical Return To Index Chemical Compatibility Chart — Chemical Aluminum Chloride 20% Aluminum Fluoride Aluminum Hydroxide Ammonium Phosphate. Iron Plating: Sulfamate 140°F Plating Solutions. Rhodium Plating 120°F Plating Solutions.

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