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Systematic Design ............................. A3 TFD Parts Nomenclature ................... A4
Standard Nomenclature ................................ A4 Non-Compressed Standard Nomenclature ... A4 Compressed Standard Nomenclature .......... A6 Pipe Fittings Nomenclature ........................... A7 Non-Standard Nomenclature ........................ A7

Bleeding Hydraulic Systems ....................... A36 Fitting Envelope Dimensions ...................... A37 Tube Line Fabrication Guide for Leak Free Systems ................................ A38 Routing of Lines ...................................... A38 Tube Clamps ........................................... A39 Tools for Tube Line Fabrication .............. A39 Assembling Port Studs (Ends) .................... A40 SAE, ISO and JIS Adjustable End Assembly ......................................... A41 SAE, ISO and JIS Non-Adjustable End Assembly ......................................... A42 Pipe Thread Ports ................................... A42 Suggested Applications for Pipe Thread Fittings and Adapters .............. A43 Type of Sealant/Lubricant ................... A43 Assembly ............................................. A43 SAE Code 61/62 4-Bolt Split Flange ....... A44 Assembly ............................................. A44 ISO 6149 Port Assembly ......................... A45 JIS Parallel Pipe Thread O-Ring Port (JIS B2351, Type “O”) Assembly ............ A45 ISO 1179 (BSPP, Flat Face) Port Assembly ................................................. A45 ISO 9974 (Metric Parallel Thread, Flat Face) Port Assembly ............................... A45 ISO 1179 BSPP and ISO 9974 Metric Port Assembly .............. A46

Selection of Fitting Type .................... A9
Fitting Selection Summary ............................ A9 Connectors for World-Class Products ........ A11 ISO Connector Standards ........................... A12 Tube End Connections ............................... A13 Port End Connections ................................. A16 Port Details ................................................. A18 NPTF and BSPT Dimensions ..................... A23 Tube to Port Pairing .................................... A24

Selection of Materials ...................... A25
Fluid Compatability ..................................... A25 Protective Coatings on Steel....................... A25 Choosing the Tube Material and Type ........ A25 Fluid Compatibility Chart ............................. A26 Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility ...... A27 Corrosion of Base Metals in Contact .......... A28 O-Ring Material Selection ........................... A29

Reference Material ........................... A47 Selection of Tubing ........................... A30
Determining Tube Size for Hydraulic Systems ................................. A30 Recommended Flow Diameter Chart ......... A32 Recommended Design Pressure for Tubes Chart............................ A33 Tube Fitting Pressure Drops ....................... A47 Product Identification Markings ................... A49 Conformance Standards for TFD Products ......................................... A50 Applicable Standards for TFD Products ..... A51 Thread Designations and Standards for Threads Used in Fluid Connectors ........ A52 Document Sources for Connector Specifications ............................ A53

Routing and Assembly .................... A35
Plumbing and Assembly Hints .................... A35 Assembly Height & Minimum Clearances... A36

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Systematic Design

Systematic Design
Basic system design requires determining the following information: 1. Type of fluid used in the system 2. Corrosive nature of service environment 3. Operating temperature range 4. Type of line: pressure, return or suction 5. Maximum operating pressure, for pressure and return lines 6. Maximum flow rate 7. Severity of service: normal, severe, or hazardous 8. Routing or space restrictions System parameter known... Type of fluid used in the system After gathering the information above, the proper tubing material can be determined by using Selection of Materials information on pages A25 through A28. The tube and fitting size can be determined by using Selection of Tubing information on pages A30 through A34. The fitting type can be determined by using Fitting Selection Summary on pages A9 through A24 and the appropriate product section. Finally, Routing and Assembly information can be found on pages A35 through A45 and the appropriate product section. Information on conformance standards, pressure drops, and common thread types can be found on pages A46 through A52 and the appropriate product section.

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...is used to determine... Fluid compatibility of: Tube and fitting material Seal material Plating type Seal material Tube and fitting material Galvanic reaction between tube and fitting materials Tube and fitting material Seal material Fitting type Tube size Tube and fitting material Tube wall thickness

...which can be found in Section... Fluid Compatibility Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility O-ring Material Selection Protective Coatings on Steel O-ring Material Selection Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility Corrosion of Base Metals in Contact

beginning on page... A25 A27 A29 A25 A29 A27 A28

Corrosive nature of service environment

Operating temperature range

Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility O-ring Material Selection Fitting Selection Summary Determining Tube Size for Hydraulic System Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility Recommended Design Pressure for Tubes Fitting Selection Summary Determining Tube Size for Hydraulic System Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility Recommended Design Pressure for Tubes Determining Tube Size for Hydraulic System Recommended Design Pressure for Tubes Tube Fitting Pressure Drops Fitting Selection Summary Routing and Assembly Fitting Envelope Dimensions Fitting Selection Summary Routing and Assembly

A27 A29 A9 A30 A27 A33

Type of line: pressure, return or suction

Maximum operating pressure, for pressure and return lines

Fitting type Tube size Tube and fitting material Tube wall thickness

A9 A30 A27 A33 A30 A33 A47 A9 A35 A37 A9 A35

Maximum flow rate

Tube size Tube wall thickness Pressure drop through fittings

Severity of service: normal, severe, or hazardous Routing or space restrictions

Fitting type Clamping of tubes; clamp spacing Fitting and tube envelope dimensions Fitting type Clamping of tubes

Table A1 — System Parameter Matrix

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Size Code:
The first group of numeric characters, one to four numbers separated by dashes, indicates size of the fitting or the component. See size code section on pages A5 and A6 for details.

TFD Parts Nomenclature

Standard Nomenclature
Parts shown in this catalog are identified using three (3) nomenclature systems: 1. Standard Nomenclature: Has two versions, non-compressed and compressed. A. Non-compressed nomenclature (using dashes and spaces) is used for all inch base parts, except pipe fittings. B. Compressed nomenclature (without dashes & spaces) is used for all metric base parts, except pipe fittings. 2. Pipe fitting nomenclature is used for all pipe fittings. Noncompressed and compressed part nubmers are used for inch base and metric base pipe fittings, respectively. 3. Non-standard nomenclature is used for all parts that cannot be identified by the standard nomenclature. Our normal or non-compressed standard nomenclature is designed to identify following basic styles or configurations and components for Triple-Lok, Ferulok, Seal-Lok, Intrulok and JIS fittings with inch hex and forging flats. Style Connectors Swivels Unions Bulkhead (unions) Reducers Description Tube to port (NPTF, SAE, BSP or metric) Tube to female swivel Tube to tube Tube to bulkhead tube Large female swivel to small tube

Shape, Style And Type Code:
The second group of alphanumeric characters, separated by a space from the first group (size code), indicates, where applicable, shape (straight, elbow, tee, etc.), style (connector, union, swivel, etc.) and type (Seal-Lok, Triple-Lok, Ferulok, etc.) of the fitting. Shape or style codes are given in the chart on page A5 as the first part of the second group of alphanumeric characters (2A). For the connectors identified with the asterisk in column 2A, modifiers from column 2B are added to indicate type of thread and sealing method. Letter “O” is added after the fitting substyles 4, 5, 8, and 87 when the fitting is assembled with the "O"-ring. Example: C5O – SAE straight thread elbow assembled with "O"-ring. Letters “ED” are added after sub-styles 42 and 82 to indicate straight thread connectors using EOlastic seal ring, code named “ED”. Example: F82ED – Metric parallel thread connector with “ED” seal. Number “6” is added to C, V, R, & S styles in 2A to indicate swivel unions. A combination of connector and swivel modifiers is used to identify swivel connectors as shown in column 2B. Fitting type is indicated by one of the codes listed in column 2C on page A5. For Seal-Lok, the letter "O" is added after "L" for fitting with O-ring on Seal-Lok end.

A compressed standard nomenclature is used for all fittings with metric hex or forging flats, and sleeves and braze connectors for metric tubing. Pipe fittings were identified by a different system prior to the introduction of standard nomenclature for tube fittings. All other fittings (except pipe fittings), components and conversion adapters are identified by our non-standard nomenclature which is more flexible.

Material Code:
The third group consisting of one or more alpha characters, separated from the second group by a dash, indicates fitting material, as shown on page A5. For connectors, the tube end is called out first. For all other styles or configurations, larger of the male tube ends or male end is called out first. For tees and crosses, the order of call out is left, right, top (for cross only) and bottom with largest male tube end on the run called out first.

Non-Compressed Standard Nomenclature
The nomenclature consists of three groups of alphanumeric characters (codes), identifying the fitting as follows: Size Code 6-4
Port End Size (-4 SAE) Tube Size (3/8" O.D.)

Shape, Style and Type Code C5L
Seal-Lok Tube End

Material Code S
Steel with Zinc Plating

SAE Straight Thread Port End Male Elbow Connector

tee

cross

Certain pipe sizes are considered standard, or paired, with given tube connections and hence are not shown in the size code. (Example: 1/8" pipe is standard with 1/4" tube; hence, 4 FTX-S is used in place of 4-2 FTX-S.) These paired tube and pipe sizes are shown in the size code table on page A5.

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2B 1 2 3 2B – Sub-Style Modifiers (Connectors, Swivels and Plugs) Connectorsa 3 BSPT Port End 4 BSPP Port End with O-Ring and Retaining Ring 5 SAE Straight Thread Port End 8 Metric Parallel Thread with O-Ring and Retaining Ring 9 SAE Straight Thread with Metal Seal (Male End Only) 42 BSPP Port End with “Eolastic” Seal Ring “ED” 47 JIS B2351 O-Ring Port – BSPP Threads 82 Metric Parallel Thread Port End with “Eolastic” Seal Ring “ED” 87 Male Straight Thread Per ISO 6149 J4 Banjo connection with soft (KDS) seal for BSPP port J8 Banjo connection with soft (KDS) seal for METRIC port Swivel Unionsb 6 Female Swivel Swivel Connectorsc 63 Swivel Connector with BSPT Port End 64 Swivel Connector with BSPP Port End 642 Swivel Connector with BSPP Port End with "ED" Seal Ring 65 Swivel Connector with SAE Straight Thread Port End 68 Swivel Connector with Metric Parallel Thread Port End 682 Swivel Connector with Metric Port End with "ED" Seal Ring 687 Swivel Connector with ISO 6149 Port End Straight Thread Plugsd (Modifier for P) 4, 5, 8, 9 and 87 as in connectors above. Notes: a. Modifiers for connectors as noted with asterisk in 2A. Series L (Light) and S (Heavy), for male connectors is determined by type of fitting: S – for Seal-Lok L – for all other types b. Modifier for C, V, R, S and H, E and J in 2A c. Modifiers for F only in 2A d. Modifiers for P only in PN and HPN in 2A 2C – Fitting Type I K4 L P4 T4 U X Intru-Lok 60° Cone BSPP Seal-Lok JIS, 60° Cone JIS, 30° Flare Ferulok Triple-Lok

TFD Parts Nomenclature

6-4
or or 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 Size -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -8 -10 -12 -14 -16 -20 -24 -32 SAE Straight Thread 5/16-24 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-18 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

C5L
2A NPTF Dash 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

-

S
2C

A

2A – Shape or Style Straights: B Nut F* Male Connector FF* Long Connector or Pipe Nipple FFF* Extra Long Connector or Long Pipe Nipple FN Cap G* Female Connector H Union HH Long Union HPN* Plug, Straight Thread, Hollow Hex LH Large Hex Union PN* Plug, Straight Thread, Hex Head T Sleeve or Ferrule TP Sleeve, Parflange TR Tube Reducer T22 Mountie W Bulkhead Union WF Bulkhead Male Connector WG Bulkhead Female Connector WLN Bulkhead Locknut for Triple-lok, Ferulok and Intru-Lok WLNL Bulkhead Locknut for Seal-Lok 90° Elbows C* Male Elbow Connector CC* Long Male Elbow Connector CCC* Extra Long Male Elbow Connector D Female Elbow Connector E Union Elbow WE Bulkhead Union Elbow 45° Elbows N Union Elbow V* Male Elbow Connector WN Bulkhead Union Elbow Tees J M O R* S* WJ WJJ Union Tee Female Run Tee Connector Female Branch Tee Connector Male Run Tee Connector Male Branch Tee Connector Bulkhead Branch Tee Bulkhead Run Tee

Tube End

Port End

Port End

Paired Tube & Port End Size Code Tables 1 – Size Code Size code calls out the tube and port connection sizes. The size is called out by dash numbers which represent the size in sixteenths of an inch. Thus, 1/4" tube connection or pipe thread is called out as “-4” because 1/4" = 4/16. Fittings with all ends of the the same size are called out with only one number for the size code regardless of the number of ends in the fitting. Example: A Seal-Lok union tee with -12 size ends is called out as 12 JL-S instead of 12-12-12 JL-S. The SAE straight thread connection dash numbers are as listed in the size code table above. Each thread size is paired with a certain tube size via the corresponding dash size. For paired sizes, only one number is used to indicate size. Example: 7/16-20 SAE straight thread is paired to 1/4" OD or -4 tube. Hence, a straight thread connector with -4, 37° flare end and 7/16-20 port end is called out as 4 F5X and not 4-4 F5X. Thus, straight and elbow connectors with paired tube and port connections require only the tube dash size to indicate size. Fittings other than same size or paired tube and port connections require more than one (one for each end) dash numbers in the size code.

Cross K Union Cross

Note: Shading indicates the sample Part Number shown at the top of the page.

3 – Material Code B Brass CUNI Cupro-Nickel, (ex. CUNI 70/30) D Dural (Aluminum), Anodized or Alodined M S SS Monel Steel with Zinc Plating Stainless Steel 316 or 316L, Passivated

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TFD Parts Nomenclature
Assembled Fittings
With Triple-Lok, Ferulok and Intru-Lok, "B" after the shape or style symbol indicates fitting assembled with nut, sleeve or ferrule and O-ring (where applicable). Example: 4 C5BX indicates size 4 Straight thread elbow with nut, sleeve and O-ring 4 C5BU indicates the same for Ferulok 4 CBI2 indicates Intru-Lok assembled with ferrule and nut (I2 indicates captive sleeve in nut) Metric Seal-Lok is identified with compressed nomenclature.

Compressed Standard Nomenclature
Compressed nomenclature eliminates dashes and spaces from the part nomenclature for ease of entry except for dash(s) in size code. In North America, the compressed nomenclature is used only for parts with metric hex or wrench pads (forging) and sleeves and braze or weld connectors for metric tubing. Letter “M” is placed in front of the fitting type code to indicate metric hex or forging wrench pads. Example: 8F87MLS — size 8 Seal-Lok with ISO 6149-2 port end made from metric hex bar. For parts without the fitting type code, such as pipe fittings and adapters, the letter “M” is placed at the end before the material symbol. Example: 1/4 X 1/8 FF33MS — A pipe nipple with BSPT ends. For sleeves and braze or weld connectors for metric tubing, the size code is placed after the material symbol. Example: TLS6 — Seal-Lok braze sleeve for 6mm tubing. MMLHB3S10 — Seal-Lok braze connector for 10mm tubing made from metric hex. Europe uses compressed nomenclature for all fittings. They continue to use US size code (based on dash sizes) for Triple-Lok and Seal-Lok fitting bodies and sleeves and braze or weld connectors for inch tubing. Example: 8C5OMXS — size 8 Triple-Lok elbow with SAE port end with O-Ring and made from a forging with metric wrench pads. 8TXS — Triple-Lok sleeve for 1/2" O.D. tubing. BSP threads are designated with dash numbers same as NPTF pipe threads.

Using Non-Compressed Standard Nomenclature (Examples)
4 C5L-S: Male straight thread 90° elbow — 1/4 tube to 7/16-20 straight threads. The material is steel. 4 C5L-S 4 C5OLO-S: Same as above but includes O-rings on both the tube and port ends. 4 C5OLO-S 4 CL-S: Male 90° elbow 1/4 tube to 1/8 male pipe thread. 4 CL-S 4 CLO-S: Same as above but includes O-ring on the tube end. 4 CLO-S

Metric threads are designated by thread size without pitch because only the following size/pitch combinations are used in hydraulic port connections. All other codes and rules of the non-compressed standard nomenclature apply here as well.

4 C6L-S: Swivel nut elbow. 4 C6L-S 4 C6LO-S: Same as above with O-ring. 4 C6LO-S

Thread Size M8X1 M10X1 M12X1.5 M14X1.5 M16X1.5 M18X1.5 M20X1.5 M22X1.5 M24X1.5 M26X1.5

Code M8 M10 M12 M14 M16 M18 M20 M22 M24 M26

Thread Size M27X2 M30X2 M33X2 M36X2 M38X2 M42X2 M45X2 M48X2 M60X2

Code M27 M30 M33 M36 M38 M42 M45 M48 M60

Table A2 — Metric Thread Sizes and Codes

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Part Number Example:
1/4
Leg Size Run Size

TFD Parts Nomenclature

Pipe Fittings Nomenclature
Pipe fittings are identified by calling out symbols (code letters) for the ends in left, right, up and down sequence except in straights and elbows where male end is called out first. The code letters are as follows: C D F G Male pipe on elbow (leg) Female pipe on elbow Male pipe on straight Female pipe on straight

x

1/8

CD

-

S

Material Female Pipe (Run) Male Pipe Elbow (Leg)

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Compressed nomenclature for parts made from metric hex barstock or forgings with metric wrench flats require that an “M” be placed before material symbol. Above part will be called out as 1/4x1/8CDMS.

Non-Standard Nomenclature
Non-standard nomenclature is to be used only where the part cannot be identified using our standard nomenclature. Part numbers for non-standard fittings are constructed from codes or symbols that identify the size, shape, end machining type and material of the fitting. It consists of three groups of alphanumeric characters similar to the standard nomenclature as shown below: Size Code
8 - 4-6 Branch End Size (-6 SAE Straight Thread) Second Run End Size (1/4" NPTF) First Run End Size (-8 Tube)

HHP Hollow hex pipe plug HP K M O Hex head pipe plug Used in front of end codes for cross Female pipe on run Female pipe on branch

PTR Pipe thread Reducer R S Male pipe on run Male pipe on branch

Shape and End Machining Code
LFJA –

Material Code
S Material (Steel)

Pipe Fittings Shape & Style Codes

Branch End (Adjustable Straight Thread End) Shape (Tee) Second Run End (Male Pipe) First Run End (Seal-Lok)

The part number can be constructed using the following rules using size, shape, end maching and material codes listed on page A8.

Nomenclature rules:
1. 2. 3. 4. All size code rules are the same as the ones in standard nomenclature. In tee and cross callouts, the shape codes J and K come after the codes for both run ends. With different type tube ends, the order of call-out hierarchy is as follows: X, U, I, L, T4, P4, K4. With different type port ends (in adapters), the order of callout is Pipe, SAE, ISO Metric (A87, F87, G87), BSPP, BSPT, Metric (A8, F8) and JIS B2351 (F47, A47). Male port end is called out before female port end. Tube end is called out before port end.

5. 6.

Size Code:
Fractional pipe sizes are used for pipe fittings size code. An “x” instead of a “-” is used between end sizes.

Examples of Non-Standard Nomenclature: 16
1" Tube Ends Triple-Lok

X HU

-

M
Monel

Material Code:
Same as in standard nomenclature. 3/8
3/8" Pipe -8 SAE Port

Ferulok Straight

-

8

FHG5

-

S

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Size, Shape, Material and End Machining Type Code Tables for Non-Standard Nomenclature
Tube Size 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

Port End Thread Size Pipe Thread (NPT, BSP)
1/8 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2

Port End Thread Size Metric Thread
M8x1 M10X1 M12X1.5 M14X1.5 M16X1.5 M18X1.5 M20X1.5 M22X1.5 M24X1.5 M26X1.5 M27X2 M30X2 M33X2 M36X2 M42X2 M45X2 M48X2 M60X2

Shape
C E E4 EM H HM J JM K KM HP HHPM HHP HPM HPCM HPC HSP SHP V VM Cap 90° Elbow 90° Extra Long Elbow 90° Elbow, Metric Wrench Flats Straight Connector Straight Connector, Metric Hex Tee Tee, Metric Wrench Flats Cross Cross, Metric Wrench Flats Plug, Hex Head Plug, Metric Hollow Hex Plug, Hollow Hex Plug, Metric Hex Head Metric Hex Pipe Cap Hex Pipe Cap Plug, Hollow Square Plug, Square Head 45° Elbow 45° Elbow, Metric Wrench Flats

Material B Brass CUNI Cupro-Nickel, (ex. CUNI 70/30) D Dural (Aluminum), Anodized or Alodined M Monel S Steel with Zinc Plating SS Stainless Steel 316 or 316L, Passivated

Dash No.
2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 24 32

Straight Thread
5/16-24 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-18 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

Code
M8 M10 M12 M14 M16 M18 M20 M22 M24 M26 M27 M30 M33 M36 M42 M45 M48 M60

End Machining Type Code or Call Out A A2 A4 A8 A9 A47 A87 BA B B1 B3 B4 ED F F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F8 F9 F41 F42 F46 F47 F81 F82 F86 F87 G G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G7 G8 G28 G47 HB HN HPC HSP Description Adjustable SAE Straight Thread w/Locknut, BUW, & O-Ring ANPT Thread W/Trepanned Groove in Hex Adjustable BSPP Straight Thread w/Lock Nut, BUW, Retaining Ring & O-Ring Adjustable Metric Straight Thread w/Lock Nut, BUW, Retaining Ring & O-Ring Adjustable SAE Straight Thread w/Locknut & Metal Seal Ring Adjustable BSPP Thread with Lock Nut, BUW & O-Ring Adjustable Metric Straight Thread w/Lock Nut, BUW, & O-Ring per ISO 6149 Bleed Adapter Braze-Lok (Requires Ring or Paste) Braze or Weld Male Spud End (Turned Down Diameter) Braze Socket/Female (Silver Braze) Braze Socket/Female (Copper Braze) Eolastic Seal (Rubber) Male Pipe Thread Tapered (NPTF) Male Straight Thread (Any Inch Size) Male Straight Thread/Inverted Flare Nut Male BSPT (British Std. Pipe, Tapered) Male BSPP (British Std. Pipe, Parallel) w/O-Ring and Retaining Ring Male Straight Thread (Non-Adjustable) w/O-Ring Male Straight Thread Metric (Non-Adjustable) w/O-Ring & Retaining Ring Male Straight Thread (Non-Adjustable) w/Metal Seal Male BSPP Thread w/Cutting Face Seal Male BSPP Thread w/Eolastic Seal Male BSPP Thread w/Dowty Seal Male BSPP Thread w/O-Ring (No Retaining Ring) Male Metric Thread w/Cutting Face Seal Male Metric Thread w/Eolastic Seal Male Metric Thread w/Dowty Seal Male Metric Thread w/O-Ring (No Retaining Ring) Female Pipe Thread Tapered (NPTF) Female Straight Thread (Any Inch Size) Female Straight Thread/Inverted Flare Port Female BSPT (British Std. Pipe, Tapered) Female BSPP (British Std. Pipe, Parallel) Port Female Straight Thread/O-Ring Port (SAE) Female Straight Pipe Thread (NPSM) Rigid Construction Female Straight Metric Thread (Port) Female Metric Thread/Inverted Flare Port Female BSPP Port per JIS B2351, Size Called Out by Fractional Equivalent Hose Bead/Single/Size Called Out by Dash Size of Hose ID Hose Barb/Multiple/Size Called Out by Dash Size of Hose ID Hex Pipe Cap Hollow Square/Pipe Plug Code or Call Out I I2 J4 J8 K4 K8 L L2 L6 N4 N8 O P4 P8 P46 P86 Q1 Q2 S S4 S6 S7 T T3 T4 T6 T8 T46 T47 T86 T87 U U2 U4 U6 U8 U8SP U86 U86SP W W2 W3 X X2 X6 X7

End Machining Type Description Intru-Lok Machining Intru-Lok Bulkhead Machining Banjo connection with soft (KDS) seal for BSPP port Banjo connection with soft (KDS) seal for METRIC port 60° Cone/BS 5200 with Male ISO 228-1 G Thread (BSPP) Metric 30° Seat (DIN 7631) Seal-Lok Male ORFS/Bar Stock or Forging Seal-Lok/Male Bulkhead ORFS/Bar Stock or Forging Seal-Lok/Female Swivel/Requires Crimp Style Nut Swivel Nut with BSPP Thread, Size Called Out by Fractional Size Swivel Nut with Metric Thread O-Ring (Rubber) 60° Cone/JIS B 8363 with Male ISO 228-1 G Thread (BSPP) 60° Cone/JIS B 8363 with Male Metric Thread 60° Cone/Swivel Mates with P4 Machining 60° Cone/Swivel Mates with P8 Machining Code 61 Flange End (4-Bolt) Code 62 Flange End (4-Bolt) 45° Male Flare 45° Male Flare/with Male BSPP Thread SAE 45° Swivel End, Requires Swivel Nut 45° Internal Flare (Rigid) to Mate with 45° Cone 30° Male Flare, Inch Threads Blank Tube End for Ferulok or Intru-Lok 30° Male Flare/with Male ISO 228-1 G Thread (BSPP) 30° Female Seat Swivel/Requires Swivel Nut 30° Male Flare/with Metric Thread 30° Female Swivel/to Mate with T4 Machining 30° Female Seat Rigid/to Mate with T4 Machining 30° Female Seat Swivel/to Mate with T8 Machining 30° Female Seat Rigid/to Mate with T8 Machining Ferulok Machining Ferulok Bulkhead Machining Superlok (obsolete) Ferulok Swivel/Requires Swivel Nut 24° Flareless/with Metric Thread (EO) Standpipe for EO (U8) Connection without Bite Ring and Nut 24° Male Seat Swivel/to Mate with U8 Machining (Wirelok) Standpipe for EO (U8) Connection Assembled with Functional Nut (FM) or Bite Ring (DPR) and Nut (M) Weld-Lok Turned Down Male End to Fit Weld-Lok Socket Turned Down Male End for Butt-Weld (Bore to Match I.D.) Triple-Lok Machining Triple-Lok Bulkhead Machining Triple-Lok Swivel End/Requires Swivel Nut (Crimp or wirelok) Triple-Lok Female Seat Rigid/to Mate with X Machining

Table A3 —Size, Shape, Material and End Machining Type Code Tables for Non-Standard Nomenclature For help in identifying EO/EO-2 fittings, see page H24.

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Selection of Fitting Type

Fitting Selection Summary
Selection of an appropriate Parker fitting for a given application depends on the fluid system operating parameters listed below and the tube material and wall thickness they require: 1. Type of fluid 2. Operating temperature range 3. Type of line — pressure, return or suction 4. Maximum flow rate through the line 5. Maximum operating / service pressure 6. Severity of service 7. Environment Using the fluid system operating parameters and the data in the tube selection section (please refer to page A25) determine the appropriate tube material, size and wall thickness for the application. Then, based on the tube selected and appropriate fluid system operating parameters, determine fitting type(s) and material(s) using the features comparison table below. In cases where more than one of the fitting types satisfy the performance requirements, the choice can be narrowed by other considerations, such as current practice or previous experience, personal or customer preference, preferred tube type, assembly and maintenance considerations, cost, etc.

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Features Comparison of Tube Fittings Feature Performance Pressure Capability Seal-Lok Fittings Very high Triple-Lok Fittings Medium to high Ferulok Fittings Medium to high

For details see Working Pressure Charts in the individual fitting sections Seal Reliability Excellent Elastomeric seal High tolerance to minor surface imperfections and damage High tolerance to assembly variations Vibration Resistance in Rigid Systems Very Good Proper tube support and clamping are important Tube Compatibility Tube O.D. Wall thickness Critical Features Inch or metric All O.D. tolerance & hardness for “Parflange” O.D. tolerance only — for brazing Tube Flanging (Parflange) Easy & quick Easy to inspect Ease of Installation Excellent Sleeve brazing Easy but slower than flanging Easy to inspect Good Metal to metal seal Low tolerance to minor surface imperfections and damage Very Good Metal to metal seal Sealing surfaces are less prone to damage

Low tolerance to assembly variations Low tolerance to assembly variations Good Proper tube support and clamping are very important Inch or metric Thin to medium I.D. finish, wall thickness uniformity (concentricity) and hardness Very Good Proper tube support and clamping are important Inch only Medium to heavy O.D. tolerance, finish and hardness

Assembly Tube Preparation

Tube Flaring Easy & quick Easy to inspect Good

Sleeve presetting Easy & quick (Smaller sizes can be hand preset with wrenches) Requires a trained eye to inspect

Minimum skill and training are Low tolerance to assembly variations. Requires skilled and necessary because of high tolerances trained personnel. to assembly variations Ease of Maintenance Excellent No tube entry Table A4 — Features Comparison of Tube Fittings (Table is continued on the next page) Very Good Small tube entry Good Large tube entry

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Features Comparison of Tube Fittings Feature Conformance to Industry and International Standards Current Users Seal-Lok Fittings SAE J1453, ISO 8434-3 (metric only) Triple-Lok Fittings SAE J514, MIL-F-18866, ISO 8434-2 (metric only) Most popular fitting in the world Ferulok Fittings SAE J514, MIL-F-18866 Mainly used in U.S. and Canada The metric version is very popular in Europe

Mainly used in U.S. and Canada Gaining use internationally

Temperature Capability Configurations without O-ring Steel Stainless Steel Brass Aluminum Monel Configurations with O-ring3) Nitrile (Buna-N) N0552 SAE J515, Type I Nitrile (Buna N) N0756 Neoprene C0873 EPDM-EthylenePropylene E0540 SAE J515, Type II Fluorocarbon (e.g., Viton) V0894 SAE J515, Type III

The temperature range of fittings with O-rings must be that which is within both the fitting and the O-ring temperature capabilities

Seal-Lok always has an O-ring. Hence, use O-ring capability information below

-65°F to 500°F1) (-54° to 260°C) -425°F to 1200°F (-254° to 649°C) -40°F to 400°F (-40° to 204°C) -40°F to 400°F (-40° to 204°C) —

-65°F to 500°F1) (-54° to 260°C) -20°F2) to 1200°F4) (-29° to 649°C) — — -65°F to 800°F (-54° to 427°C)

-30°F to 250°F (-34° to 121°C) -65°F to 275°F (-54° to 135°C)

-30°F to 250°F (-34° to 121°C) -65°F to 275°F (-54° to 135°C)

-30°F to 250°F (-34° to 121°C) -65°F to 275°F (-54° to 135°C)

-45°F to 250°F (-43° to 121°C) -70°F to 275°F (-57° to 135°C)

-45°F to 250°F (-43° to 121°C) -70°F to 275°F (-57° to 135°C)

-45°F to 250°F (-43° to 121°C) -70°F to 275°F (-57° to 135°C)

-15°F to 400°F (-26° to 204°C)

-15°F to 400°F (-26° to 204°C)

-15°F to 400°F (-26° to 204°C)

Table A4 (Cont'd.) — Features Comparison of Tube Fittings

1) Zinc protective plating starts degrading at approximately 500°F. 2) Ferrule material limits the low temperature capabilities. 3) Besides temperature capability, O-rings compatibility with the fluid must be verified before final selection. See Table A23 for detailed information on O-ring selection. 4) Stainless steel loses strength at a faster rate than low carbon steel as the service temperature increases. Please refer to the temperature derating chart on Page A31 for more details.

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Meeting The Challenge:
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 subcommittee started this effort in 1989 and has nearly completed development of performance based standards for the most widely used ports and tube/hose connections to limit proliferation, and strongly endorsing those with elastomeric seals to eliminate leakage in hydraulic systems. Five ports, four threaded and the four bolt flange, and four tube/ hose connections as shown on the following page have been standardized. The threaded ports and tube/hose connections are paired in the ISO 8434 series of fitting standards as defined in the table below. To minimize proliferation in port usage and promote leak free connections, the sub-committee strongly endorses use of ISO 6149 port for all new designs by including the following statement in all port standards:

Selection of Fitting Type

Connectors For World Class Products
Connector Proliferation:
Today many different types of connectors are being used around the world. Most of these have come about through historical use and local preference for a certain design concept. Some connections of the North American origin such as four bolt flange, 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.S. machinery to the regions after World War II. But, large majority of usage is made up of a variety of indigenous port and tube connections. 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. Port Connections: NPTF JIS-PT (BSPT) JIS-B2351 (BSPP similar to SAE) 4- Bolt Flange Tube/Hose Connections: 37° Flare (Inch Threads) 30° Flare/60° Cone-JIS 24° Weld Nipple (DIN) 24° Flareless (SAE) 37° Flare (Metric Threads) 60° Cone, Metric Threads BSPP SAE Straight Thread DIN Metric ISO 6149 24° Flareless (DIN) O-Ring Face Seal (ORFS) 24° Flareless-JIS 60° Cone, BSPP NPSM Swivel

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“For threaded ports and stud ends specified in new designs in hydraulic fluid power applications, only ISO 6149 shall be used. Threaded ports and stud ends in accordance with ISO 1179, ISO 9974 and ISO 11926 shall not be used for new designs in hydraulic fluid power applications.”
On the tube/hose connection side, only ISO 8434-3 (O-ring Face Seal) and ISO 8434-4 (24° cone with weld nipple) feature elastomeric seal for zero leak performance. 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 24° Cone With Soft Seal and ISO 6149 Port

The Challenge:
Leakage is no longer acceptable in world class products. Above proliferation, besides limiting availability and increasing cost, increases leakage potential through misapplications. Therefore, the challenge facing the fluid power industry is two fold — eliminate leakage and minimize proliferation.

For large port connections, the four bolt flange connection per ISO 6162 (SAE J518 is included in ISO 6162) remains widely used and the recommended connection. Tube/Hose Connection 24° Cone Flareless (DIN) (Bite Type) ISO 8434-1 37° Flare (Inch Threads) ISO 8434-2 24° Cone Weld Nipple ISO 8434-4

Application For All Designs

Port Metric ISO 6149 (SAE J2244) BSPP ISO 1179 (DIN 3852-2)

ORFS ISO 8434-3

ISO 8434-1

ISO 8434-2

ISO 8434-4

Not for New Designs in Hydraulic Fluid Power

Metric ISO 9974 (DIN 3852-1) UN/UNF ISO 11926 (SAE J1926)

ISO 8434-1

ISO 8434-4

ISO 8434-2

Table A5 — ISO Standard Port and Tube/Hose Connection Combinations

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ISO CONNECTOR STANDARDS
PORT CONNECTIONS

For All Designs

Not for New Designs in Hydraulic Fluid Power

ISO 6149 Metric Threads O-Ring Seal

ISO 6162 Four Screw, Split Flange and ISO 6164 Four Screw, One Piece Square Flange High Pressure

ISO 1179 BSPP Threads Flat Face

ISO 9974 Metric Threads Flat Face

ISO 11926 Inch Threads O-Ring Seal

High Pressure

High Pressure

Elastomeric Seal Ring, Type “E”

Cutting Face Metal to Metal Seal, Type “B”

O-ring with Retaining Ring Seal, Types “G” & “H”

High Pressure

Low Pressure

Medium Pressure

TUBE/HOSE CONNECTIONS

ISO 8434-1 24° Cone Bite Type Metric Tube Only Metal to Metal Seal
Fig. A1 — ISO Connector Standards

ISO 8434-2 37° Flare

ISO 8434-3 O-Ring Face Seal Metric or Inch Tube Elastomeric Seal

ISO 8434-4 24° Cone with Weld Nipple Metric Tube Only Elastomeric Seal

Metric or Inch Tube Metal to Metal Seal

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Tube End Connections
Threads, Conformance Specifications and Use

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ISO 8434-4

SAE J514 ISO 8434-1 JIS B2351

Description O-Ring Face Seal (ORFS) “Seal-Lok” Thread Type ISO 263 ANSI B1.1 unified ISO No. SAE No. DIN No. JIS No. BSI No. Current use 8434-3 (12151-1)1) J1453/J5162) — — — Mainly used in North America slowly gaining acceptance in Europe and Japan.

37° Flare “Triple-Lok” ISO 263 ANSI B1.1, unified 8434-2 (12151-6)1) J514/J5162) — — — Used throughout the world with major usage in North America.

Inch 24° Cone Flareless “Ferulok” ISO 263 ANSI B1.1, unified — J514 — — — Mainly used in North America.

Metric 24° Cone Metric 24° Cone Flareless Flareless “EO” and “EO2” “JIS” ISO 261 Metric fine 8434-1 & -4 (12151-2)1) — 3861, 3865 & 200782) Similar to B2351 — Mainly used in Europe. Slowly gaining acceptance in North America. ISO 261 JIS B 0207 — — — B2351 — Mainly used in Japan for hard plumbed systems.

30° Flare and 60° Cone “JIS” ISO 228-1 JIS B0202, BS2779 — — — B83633) Similar to BS 52004) Mainly used in Japan, U.K. and British commonwealth countries.

Table A6 — Tube End Connections

1) 2) 3) 4)

Hose fitting specification no. (to be published). Hose fitting specification no. Adapter and hose fitting specification no. 60° cone fittings only. See page A15 for more information.

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Tube End Connections
Thread Size Guide — Inch Thread

Tube O.D. or Adapter Size Nominal metric size3) Nominal Inch SAE size dash size

O-ring Face Seal (ORFS) SAE J1453 “Seal-Lok” Inch ANSI B1.1, unified (ISO 263) -2 — -3 -4 -5 -6 -8 -10 -10 -10 -12 -12 -14 -16 -20 -20 -20 -24 -32 — — — 9/16-18 — 11/16-16 13/16-16 1-14 1-14 1-14 1 3/16-12 1 3/16-12 — 1 7/16-12 1 11/16-12 1 11/16-12 1 11/16-12 2-12 2 1/2-124)

37° Flare SAE J514 “Triple-Lok”

Inch 24° cone3) Flareless SAE J514 “Ferulok”

SAE 45° Flare3) SAE J512

(mm) — 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 151) 16 181) 20 221) 25 281) 30 322) 38 50

(in) 1/8 — 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 5/8 5/8 3/4 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 2

Inch Inch ANSI B1.1, unified ANSI B1.1, unified (ISO 263) (ISO 263) 5/16-24 — 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-18 3/4-16 7/8-14 7/8-14 7/8-14 1 1/16-12 1 1/16-12 1 3/16-12 1 5/16-12 — 1 5/8-12 1 5/8-12 1 7/8-12 2 1/2-12 5/16-24 — 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-18 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

Inch ANSI B1.1, unified (ISO 263) 5/16-24 — 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 5/8-18 3/4-16 7/8-14 — — 1 1/16-14 — — — — — — — —

Table A7 — Tube End Connections

1) Not preferred for high pressure applications. 2) Non-preferred size. Use 30mm size in place of 32mm size. 3) Metric tube sizes do not apply to “Ferulok” and 45° flare fittings. 4) Not part of SAE J1453.

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Tube End Connections
Thread Size Guide — Metric, BSPP and JIS Threads

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Tube O.D. or Adapter Size

Metric 24° cone Flareless Weld Nipple DIN 3861 DIN 3865 “EO” and “EO-2” LL Series Metric ISO 261 — M8 x 1 M10 x 13) M10 x 1 M12 x 1 — M14 X 14) M16 x 14) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — L Series Metric ISO 261 — — — M12 x 1.5 M14 x 1.5 — M16 x 1.5 M18 x 1.5 — M22 x 1.5 — M26 x 1.5 — — M30 x 2 — M36 x 2 — — M42 x 2 — M52 x 2 — S Series Metric ISO 261 — — — M14 x 1.5 M16 x 1.5 — M18 x 1.5 M20 x 1.5 M22 x 1.5 — M24 x 1.5 — — M30 x 2 — M36 x 2 — M42 x 2 — — M52 x 2 — —

Metric 24° cone Flareless JIS B2351 “JIS” Metric ISO 261 (JIS B0207) — — — M12 x 1.5 M14 x 1.5 — M16 x 1.5 M18 x 1.5 — — M24 x 1.5 — — M28 x 1.5 — M35 x 1.5 — M40 x 1.5 — — M48 x 1.5 — —

60° Cone

30° Flare and 60° Cone

BS 5200 ISO 228-1 (BSPP)5) — — — G 1/8 A G 1/4 A — G 3/8 A G 1/2 A — — G 5/8 A6) — — G 3/4 A — G1A — G 1-1/4 A — — G 1-1/2 A — G2A

JIS B8363 ISO 228-1 (JIS B 0202) (BSPP)5) — — — G 1/4 B — G 3/8 B — G 1/2 B — — — — G 3/4 B — — G1B — — G 1-1/4 B — G 1-1/2 B — G2B

(mm) — 4 5 6 8 92) 10 12 14 151) 16 181) 192) 20 221) 25 281) 30 322) 351) 38 421) 50

Table A8— Tube End Connections

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

Not preferred for high pressure applications. Not preferred sizes. Use 10mm, 20mm and 30mm sizes in place of 9mm, 19mm and 32mm sizes, respectively. Covered in ISO 8434-1. Non-standard with Parker TFDE (Ermeto). Not part of DIN or ISO standards, but offered by Parker TFDE (Ermeto). ISO 228-1 G threads and JIS B 0202 G or PF threads can be interchanged. “A” and “B” indicate different tolerance classes on the male threads, “A” having tighter tolerances than “B”. 6) Non-preferred size.

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Port End Connections
Threads, Conformance Specifications, and Use

Port Description Thread Type ISO No. SAE No. DIN No. JIS No. BSI No. Current use

Metric Straight Thread O-Ring Port ISO 261 Metric Fine 6149 J2244 3852-3 Form “W” — — Gaining use in U.S. and western Europe. Widely used in former Soviet block countries.

SAE Straight Thread O-Ring Port ISO 263 ANSI B1.1, Unified 11926 J1926 — — — Widely used in North America. Limited use in the rest of the world.

Four Screw Split Flange Metric screws: ISO 261 Inch screws: ISO 263 6162 J518 (covers inch screws only) — B8363 (covers flange head only) — Widely used throughout the world.

Four Screw One Piece Square Flange ISO 261 6164 — — — — Mainly used in Germany. Limited use elsewhere.

Table A9 — Port End Connections

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Port British Standard Description Pipe Parallel Metric (BSPP) Straight Thread Flat Face Port Flat Face Port Thread Type ISO 228-1 BS 2779 11791) — 3852-2 Form X or Y — — Most popular in western Europe and former UK colonies. Limited use in rest of the world. ISO 261 Metric Fine 9974 — 3852-1 Form X or Y — —

NPTF - Dryseal American Standard Taper Pipe ANSI B1.20.3

JIS/BSPT British Standard Pipe, Taper ISO 7 BS 21 JIS B 0203 — — Similar to: 3852-2 form Z B8363 — Mainly used in Japan and parts of western Europe.

JIS/BSPP British Standard Pipe, Parallel O-ring Port ISO 228-1 BS 2779 JIS B 0202 — — — B2351 Type “O” Similar to BS 5380 Mainly used in Japan. Some use in U.K. of similar port, BS5380.

ISO No. SAE No. DIN No. JIS No. BSI No. Current use

— J476 — — —

Moderate use in Mainly used in Europe, mainly in North America Germany. some use in rest of the world.

Table A10 — Port End Connections

1) Being revised.

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Port Detail — ISO 6149-1 — Metric Straight Thread O-ring Port
(SAE 2244-1/DIN 3852, Part 3) Metric ISO 261, “M” Thread

Thread Size d11) M8 X 1 M10 X 1 M12 X 1.5 M14 X 1.56) M16 X 1.5 M18 X 1.5 M22 X 1.5 M27 X 2 M33 X 2 M42 X 2 M48 X 2 M60 X 2

Large d22) min 17 20 23 25 28 30 34 40 49 60 66 76

Small d23) min 14 16 19 21 24 26 29 34 43 52 57 67

d34)

d4

d5 + 0.1 0

d6 +0.5 0 14 16 19 21 24 26 29 34 43 52 57 67

L1 +0.4 0 1.6 1.6 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1

L25) min 11.5 11.5 14 14 15.5 17 18 22 22 22.5 25 27.5

L3

L4

Z° ±1° 12° 12° 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 M33 ISO O-ring M42 ISO O-ring M48 ISO O-ring M60 ISO O-ring

ref. 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 11 14 18 23 30 36 44 12.5 14.5 17.5 19.5 22.5 24.5 27.5 32.5 41.5 50.5 55.5 65.5

max min full thread 1 1 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 2 2 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 10 10 11.5 11.5 13 14.5 15.5 19 19 19.5 22 24.5

9.1 11.1 13.8 15.8 17.8 19.8 23.8 29.4 35.4 44.4 50.4 62.4

FOR CARTRIDGE VALVE CAVITIES ONLY (SEE ISO 7789) M20X1.57) 32 27 — 25.5 21.8 27 2.4 — 2 14.5 15° M20 ISO O-ring

Table A11— Port Detail — ISO 6149-1

1) Per ISO 261 tolerance class 6H. Tap drill per ISO 2306 class 6H. 2) Spotface diameter with identification ridge. 3) Spotface diameter without identification ridge. Port to be identified by marking “metric” next to it or “ISO 6149-1 Metric” on component name plate. 4) Reference only. Connecting hole application may require a different size. 5) Tap drill depths given require use of a bottoming tap to produce the specified full thread lengths. Where standard taps are used, increase tap drill depths accordingly. 6) Preferred for diagnostic port applications. 7) For cartridge valve cavity applications only. 8) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications. NOTE: For port tapping tools, see pages N52 and N53. See page A45 for assembly torques.

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Port Detail — SAE J1926-1 — SAE Straight Thread O-ring Port (ISO 11926-1)
(Conforms to MS16142. Does NOT conform to MS33649.) UN/UNF Threads

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Nominal Tube OD1) Nom2) SAE Dash Size -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -8 -10 -12 -14 -16 -20 -24 -32 Inch Metric

Thread Size ANSI B1.1 (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.3) d3 dia. d4 dia. d5 dia.4) min. (mm) 17 19 21 23 25 30 34 41 45 49 58 65 88 (mm) 1.6 3.2 4.4 6.0 7.5 10.0 12.5 16.0 18.0 21.0 27.0 33.0 45.0 min. (mm) 11 13 15 16 18 22 26 32 35 38 48 54 70 +0.13 -0.00 (mm) 9.1 10.7 12.4 14.0 15.6 20.6 23.9 29.2 32.3 35.5 43.5 49.8 65.7

L1

L25)

L33), 6)

L4 Full Thread min. (mm) 10.0 10.0 11.5 11.5 12.7 14.3 16.7 19.0 19.0 19.0 19.0 19.0 19.0

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

(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

(mm) —4 6 8 10 12 14, 15, 16 18, 20 22 25, 28 30, 32, 35 38, 42 50

+0.4 min. max. -0.0 (mm) (mm) (mm) 1.9 1.9 2.4 2.4 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 12.0 12.0 14.0 14.0 15.5 17.5 20.0 23.0 23.0 23.0 23.0 23.0 23.0 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2

Table A12 — Port Detail — ISO 11926

1) Nominal tube OD is shown for the standard inch sizes and the conversion to equivalent millimeter sizes. Figures are for reference only, as any boss can be used for a tubing size depending upon other design criteria. 2) See SAE J846 for more information. 0.2 3) If face of boss is on a machined surface, dimensions d2 and L3 need not apply as long as corner radius R0.1 is maintained. 4) Diameter d5 shall be concentric with thread pitch diameter within 0.005 in (0.13mm) FIM, and shall be free from longitudinal and spiral tool marks. Annular tool marks up to 100 µin (2.5µm) max shall be permissible. 5) Tap drill depths given require use of bottoming taps to produce the specified full thread lengths. Where standard taps are used, the tap drill depths must be increased accordingly. 6) Maximum recommended spotface depth to permit sufficient wrench grip for proper tightening of the fitting or locknut. 7) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications. NOTE: For port tapping tools, see page N50. For assembly torques see page A41 and A42.

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Port Detail — ISO 6162 — Four-Bolt Flange Connection
(Includes SAE J518)

Nominal Flange Size D3 Type I (in) (mm) Thread

2.5 to 31.5 MPa Series 1) (SAE Code 61) Clamping Screws Screw Holes Type II2) (SAE J518) C max. t1 Min. depth Thread (UNC) t1 Min. depth ± 0.25 Flange Half and Bolt Pattern

O-Rings3) Parker J min. W ±0.25 Y Ref. 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 1.25 M10 x 1.5 M10 x 1.5 M10 x 1.5 M12 x 1.75 M12 x 1.75 M12 x 1.75 M16 x 2 M16 x 2 M16 x 2 M16 x 2

12.5 16.5 14.5 16.5 19.5 19.5 21.5 28.5 28.5 25.5 27.5

5/16 - 18 3/8 - 16 3/8 - 16 7/16 - 14 1/2 - 13 1/2 - 13 1/2 - 13 5/8 - 11 5/8 - 11 5/8 - 11 5/8 - 11

24 22 22 28 27 27 30 30 33 30 33

38.1 47.6 52.4 58.7 69.9 77.8 88.9 106.4 120.7 130.2 152.4

54.9 65.8 70.6 80.3 94.5 103.1 115.8 136.7 153.9 163.6 182.6

53.1 64.3 69.1 78.5 93.0 100.1 112.8 133.4 150.9 160.3 185.7

17.5 22.3 26.2 30.2 35.7 42.9 50.8 61.9 69.9 77.8 92.1

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 3.55 25 x 3.55 32.5 x 3.55 37.5 x 3.55 47.5 x 3.55 56 x 3.55 69 x 3.55 85 x 3.55 97.5 x 3.55 112 x 3.55 136 x 3.55

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. t1 Min. depth Thread (UNC) t1 Min. depth ± 0.25 Flange Half and Bolt Pattern

O-Rings3) Parker J min. W ±0.25 Y Ref. 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 1.25 M10 x 1.5 M12 x 1.75 M12 x 1.75 M16 x 2 M20 x 2.5

14.5 16.5 21.5 18.5 25.5 33.5

5/16 - 18 3/8 - 16 7/16 - 14 1/2 - 13 5/8 - 11 3/4 - 10

21 24 27 25 35 38

40.5 50.8 57.2 66.6 79.3 96.8

57.2 55.6 72.1 70.6 81.8 80.3 96.0 94.5 114.3 111.3 134.9 131.8

18.2 23.8 27.8 31.8 36.5 44.5

48 60 70 78 95 114

16 19 24 27 30 37

22 28 33 38 43 52

19 x 3.55 25 x 3.55 32.5 x 3.55 37.5 x 3.55 47.5 x 3.55 56 x 3.55

2-210 2-214 2-219 2-222 2-225 2-228

Table A13 — Port Detail — ISO 6162

1) 1 MPa = 10 bar = 145 PSI. 2) Not for new design. 3) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications. 4) 16 mm is also acceptable. NOTE: For assembly procedure and torques, see page A44.

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Port Detail — ISO 1179-11) — Flat Face Port with British Standard Pipe, Parallel (BSPP) Threads
(DIN 3852, Part 2) ISO 228-1 “G” Threads
Retaining Ring Locknut Back-Up Washer Seal Ring O-Ring O-Ring Rigid Seal Type “G” O-Ring Adjustable Seal Type “H” O-Ring Cutting Face Seal Type “B” Cutting Face

A

Elastomeric Seal Ring Seal Type “E”

D4 D3
L1 Max. 45° Ra 3.2

Bonded Washer
Min. Full Thread

Bonded Washer (e.g. Dowty) Seal

L2

Thread Pitch Dia.

Special Elastomeric Seal Ring Seal Type “E”

O-Ring with Retaining Ring Types “G” & “H”

Cutting Face Seal Type “B”

Metal-to-Metal Seal

Bonded Washer Seal

Port Sealing Methods

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

D4 (mm) D3 (mm) 9.9 13.3 16.8 21.1 26.6 33.5 42.2 48.1 59.9 Types B&E 15 20 23 28 33 41 51 56 69 Types G&H 17.2 20.7 24.5 34.0 40.0 46.1 54.0 61.5 73.5

L1 max. (mm) 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 3.0

L2 min. (mm) 8.5 12.5 12.5 14.5 16.5 18.5 20.5 22.5 26.0

EOlastic Seal (Type E) Parker Part Number ED10X1/X ED14X1.5/X EDR3/8X EDR1/2X ED26X1.5/X ED33X2X ED42X2X ED48X2X — O-Ring Size 5-585 2-111 2-113 5-256 2-119 2-217 2-222 2-224 —
2

O-Ring and Retaining Ring (Types G & H) O-Ring I.D. x Section (mm) 7.97 x 1.78 10.77 x 2.62 13.94 x 2.62 17.96 x 2.62 23.47 x 2.62 29.74 x 3.53 37.69 x 3.53 44.04 x 3.53 —
3

Retaining Ring Part Number 1/8 Retaining Ring 1/4 Retaining Ring 3/8 Retaining Ring 1/2 Retaining Ring 3/4 Retaining Ring 1 Retaining Ring 1 1/4 Retaining Ring 1 1/2 Retaining Ring —

Bonded Washer Part No. D9DT-2 D9DT-4 D9DT-6 D9DT-8 D9DT-10 D9DT-12 D9DT-16 D9DT-20 D9DT-24
4

Table A14 — Port Detail — ISO 1179-1

1) Conforms to proposed revision. 2) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications. 3) See page I63 for O-ring and retaining ring ordering information. 4) See page G25 for details.

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Port Detail — ISO 9974-1 — Flat Face Port with Metric Threads
(DIN 3852, Part 1) Metric ISO261, “M” Thread
Retaining Ring Locknut Back Up Washer Y O-Ring O-Ring Rigid Seal Type G1) O-Ring Adjustable Seal Type H1) O-Ring Cutting Face Seal Type B

X EOlastic Seal Ring Elastomeric Seal Ring Seal Type E

Z Cutting Face

D4 D3
45° Ra 3.2 W A

L1
Max.

L2 Min. Full Thread

A Thread Pitch Dia.

X

Y

Z

Metal-To-Metal Seal Special Elastomeric Seal Ring Seal Type E O-Ring with Retaining Ring Types G & H 3)
(See Note 1)

Cutting Face Seal Type B

ISO 9974 Port seal types available from Parker Thead Size (ISO 261) M8 x 1 M10 x 1 M12 x 1.5 M14 x 1.5 M16 x 1.5 M18 x 1.5 M20 x 1.53) M22 x 1.5 M24 x 1.54) M26 x 1.5 M27 x 2 M33 x 2 M36 x 24) M42 x 2 M45 x 24) M48 x 2 D3 (mm) 8 +0.2 10 +0.2 12 +0.2 14 +o.2 16 +0.2 18 +0.2 20 +0.2 22 +0.2 26 +0.2 26 +0.2 27 +0.2 33 +0.3 36 +0.3 42 +0.3 45 +0.3 48 +0.3 D4 (mm) 13 15 18 20 23 25 27 28 30 33 33 41 43 51 50 56 L1 max. (mm) 1 1 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 2 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 L2 min. (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. ED8X1X ED10X1X ED12X1.5X ED14X1.5X ED16X1.5X ED18X1.5XX ED20X1.5X ED22X1.5 — ED26X1.5X ED26X1.5X ED33X2X — ED42X2X — ED48X2X O-ring and Retaining Ring 1) O-ring O-ring ID x section Retaining Ring Size2) (mm) Part No. 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 6.07x1.63 8.00x1.50 9.25x1.78 10.82x1.78 13.46x2.08 15.54x2.62 17.17x1.78 18.77x1.78 20.35x1.78 21.89x2.62 23.47x2.62 28.25x2.62 31.42x2.62 37.77x2.62 40.94x2.62 44.12x2.62 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

0.1

0.2

Table A15 — Port Detail — ISO 9974-1

1) Seal types G and H are not covered in ISO 9974-1. See page I64 for retaining ring and O-ring ordering information. 2) 90 durometer nitrile is standard for hydraulic applications. 3) For diagnostic applications. 4) These sizes are not covered in ISO 9974-1.

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NPTF and BSPT Dimensions
Male NPTF

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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

Male Thread Large O.D. 0.41 0.55 0.68 0.85 1.06 1.33 1.67 1.91 2.39

Thread Length D Min. 0.31 0.44 0.47 0.59 0.63 0.75 0.78 0.81 0.81

Tap Drill Depth 1) B Min. 0.38 0.47 0.53 0.69 0.75 0.84 0.84 0.88 0.91

Chmf. Dia. E 0.42 0.55 0.69 0.85 1.06 1.34 1.68 1.92 2.39

Table A16 — NPTF Dimensions

1) For bottoming taps only.

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

Male Thread Large O.D. 0.39 0.53 0.67 0.84 1.06 1.33 1.67 1.90

Thread Length D Min. 0.31 0.44 0.47 0.59 0.63 0.75 0.78 0.81 0.81

Tap Drill Depth 1) B Min. 0.38 0.47 0.53 0.69 0.75 0.84 0.84 0.88 0.91

Chmf. Dia. E 0.42 0.55 0.69 0.85 1.06 1.34 1.68 1.92 2.39

2-11 2.37 Table A17 — BSPT Dimensions

1) For bottoming taps only.

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Tube to Port1) Pairing for Medium Pressure2) Applications
Tube O.D.
Inch (Dash Size) Metric (mm) SAE

Port Thread
ISO NPTF4) BSPP SAE

Thread O.D.
ISO NPTF BSPP

Flow Dia. of Stud End3)
SAE ISO NPTF BSPP5)

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

(-2) (-3) (-4) (-5) (-6) (-8) (-10) (-12) (-14) (-16) (-20) (-24) (-32)

4 5 6 8 10 12 15 16, 18 20 22 25, 28 30, 35 38, 42 50

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

M8X1 1/16-27 M10X1 1/8-27 M10X1 1/8-27 M12X1.5 1/8-27 M14X1.5 1/4-18 M16X1.5 3/8-18 M18X1.5 1/2-14 M22X1.5 1/2-14 M27X2 3/4-14 M27X2 3/4-14 M33X2 1-11 1/2 M42X2 1 1/4-11 1/2 M48X2 1 1/2-11 1/2 M60X2 2-11 1/2

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 G1-11 G 1 1/4-11 G 1 1/2-11 G 2 -116)

0.313 0.375 0.438 0.500 0.563 0.750 0.750 0.875 1.063 1.188 1.313 1.625 1.875 2.500

0.315 0.394 0.394 0.472 0.551 0.630 0.709 0.866 1.063 1.063 1.299 1.654 1.890 2.362

0.315 0.407 0.407 0.407 0.546 0.681 0.850 0.850 1.060 1.060 1.327 1.672 1.912 2.387

0.383 0.383 0.383 0.518 0.518 0.656 0.825 0.825 1.041 1.041 1.309 1.650 1.882 2.347

0.062 0.125 0.172 0.234 0.297 0.391 0.391 0.484 0.609 0.719 0.844 1.078 1.313 1.781

0.118 0.177 0.177 0.236 0.295 0.354 0.433 0.551 0.709 0.709 0.906 1.181 1.417 1.732

0.125 0.188 0.188 0.188 0.281 0.406 0.531 0.531 0.719 0.719 0.938 1.250 1.500 1.938

0.172 0.172 0.172 0.276 0.276 0.354 0.484 0.484 0.709 0.709 0.846 1.083 1.299 1.938

Notes: 1) Ports are in accordance with the standards listed below: SAE J1926-1, ISO 6149-1, NPTF-SAE J476 and BSPP-ISO 1179-1 2) The pressure range covering all the sizes shown is 1000 to 5000 PSI. 3) Stud ends are in accordance with the standards listed below: SAE J1926-3, ISO 6149-3, NPTF-SAE J476, and BSPP-ISO1179-3 light (L) series or ISO 1179-4 4) Not recommended for leak free performance in hydraulic systems in any size for shape fittings (elbows, tees, etc.) and in sizes larger than 3/4-14 for straight fittings. 5) Flow diameters shown are lower of those in ISO 1179-3 light (L) series and ISO 1179-4. 6) Not covered in ISO standard. Table A18 — Tube to Port Pairing for Medium Pressure Applications

Tube To Port1) Pairing For High Pressure2) Applications
Tube O.D.
Inch (Dash Size) Metric (mm) SAE

Port Thread
ISO NPTF4) BSPP SAE

Thread O.D.
ISO NPTF BSPP

Flow Dia. of Stud End3)
SAE ISO NPTF BSPP

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

(-2) 4 (-3) 5 (-4) 6 (-5) 8 (-6) 10 (-8) 12 (-10) 14, 16 (-12) 20 (-14) – (-16) 25 (-20) 30 (-24) 38 (-32) 50

5/16-24 3/8-24 7/16-20 1/2-20 9/16-18 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 1/2-125)

M8x1 1/16-27 M10x1 1/8-27 M12x1.5 1/8-27 M14x1.5 1/8-27 M16x1.5 1/4-18 M18x1.5 3/8-18 M22x1.5 1/2-14 M27x2 3/4-14 M30x2 3/4-14 M33x2 1-11 1/2 M42x2 1 1/4-11 1/2 M48x2 1 1/2-11 1/2 M60x2 2-11 1/2

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 –

0.313 0.313 0.438 0.500 0.563 0.750 0.875 1.063 1.188 1.313 1.625 1.875 2.500

0.315 0.315 0.472 0.551 0.630 0.709 0.866 1.063 1.181 1.299 1.654 1.890 2.362

0.315 0.407 0.407 0.407 0.546 0.681 0.850 1.060 1.060 1.327 1.672 1.912 2.387

0.383 0.383 0.383 0.518 0.656 0.656 0.825 1.041 1.041 1.309 1.650 1.882 –

0.062 0.125 0.172 0.234 0.297 0.391 0.484 0.609 0.719 0.844 1.078 1.313 1.575

0.079 0.118 0.157 0.236 0.275 0.354 0.472 0.591 0.709 0.787 1.024 1.260 1.575

0.125 0.188 0.188 0.188 0.281 0.406 0.531 0.719 0.719 0.938 1.25 1.500 1.772

0.157 0.157 0.157 0.197 0.315 0.315 0.472 0.630 0.630 0.787 0.984 1.260 –

Notes: 1) Ports are in accordance with the standards listed below. SAE J1926-1, ISO 6149-1, NPTF-SAE J476 and BSPP-ISO 1179-1 2) Pressure range covering all sizes shown is 2500 to 9000 PSI. 3) Stud ends are in accordance with the standards listed below: SAE J1926-2, ISO 6149-2, NPTF-SAE J476, and BSPP-1179-2 heavy (S) series. 4) Not recommended for leak-free performance in hydraulic systems in any size for shape fittings (elbows, tees, etc.) and in sizes larger than 3/4-14 for straight fittings. 5) Not covered in SAE J1926-2. Table A19 — Tube to Port Pairing for High Pressure Applications

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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. Other factors that must be considered include, but are not limited to: Fluid temperature, ambient temperature, system pressure (both operating and peak) and applicable standards or regulations. For media not listed, please contact your Parker representative or the Tube Fittings Division.

Choosing the Tube Material and Type
Selection of tube material depends on the fluid, corrosive nature of the service environment, the operating temperature range and the maximum operating pressure. The tube O.D. and wall thickness selection depends on the last four parameters above and the maximum operating temperature. A simple step-by-step approach to selecting the proper tubing is described below. Table A21 describes several common tube types with their recommended operating temperature ranges, general application, and fitting compatibility. Based on the fluid system parameters and media, select the appropriate tube type. If media and/or service environment is different from the commonly used ones listed in the general application column, please consult the Fluid Compatibility chart on the following page or contact the Tube Fittings Division. Caution: When working with highly corrosive media, always consult the Tube Fittings Division.

A

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. Cadmium and zinc corrode sacrificially, protecting the steel substrate from normal atmospheric rusting due to the common presence of oxygen, moisture and acidic gases. They are, however, rapidly attacked by many fluids including those containing acidic hydrogen and reactive fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and nitrogen. Zinc plating will further be attacked by strong bases or water with pH > 12. Zinc reacts with glycol based fire resistant fluids and forms a gelatinous compound that can plug up filters and be harmful otherwise, in a system with many zinc plated tube and hose fittings. Steel fittings with zinc phosphate coating or stainless steel fittings, along with brass fittings in low pressure applications, are viable options. The other option is to run the fluid through the system, without components with moving parts in it, with an auxiliary power source, to generate and flush the gelatinous compound. Then re-connect all components, change filters and charge the system with new fluid. Zinc phosphate coatings protect steel by covering its surface and will retard rusting as long as the inhibiting barrier is not broken. Caution: Where low toxicity and low corrosion are required, as in food or beverage applications, steel coated with any form of zinc or other protective coatings is not recommended.

Notes: 1) Cadmium is not allowed by SAE and ISO stardards for general industrial and commercial use. Some military applications still require cadmium plating. These requirements are met with special (non-standard) processing at extra cost.

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Fitting Material Media Brass Steel 316 SS BUNA-N Seal Material Ethylene Fluorocarbon Propylene (e.g. ,Viton) Neoprene

Acetylene Air (oil free) @ 190° F Air (oil free) @ 300° F Air (oil free) @ 400° F Alcohol, Ethyl Animal Oils (Lard Oil) Aromatic Fuel - 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, Liquid Propane (LPG) Gas, Natural Helium Hydraulic Oil, Petroleum Base Hydraulic Oil, Water Base Hydrogen Gas Jet Fuel Kerosene Lubricating Oil SAE 10, 20, 30, 40, 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, Type 2 Skydrol 7000, Type 2 Soap Solutions Steam (<400° F) Stoddard Solvent Transmission Fluid (Type A) Trichloroethane Water
Table A20 — Fluid Compatibility Chart

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

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

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

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

S S F NR S F NR ID NR NR NR NR NR NR S NR S NR S S ID S NR NR NR S F NR NR NR NR NR NR NR S NR S S NR NR NR S NR NR NR S NR NR NR NR S NR NR NR S S S S S S NR NR NR S

S S S S NR S S S S S S S S S NR S S S S S F S S S S NR F F S NR S S S S S S NR S S S S NR S S S F S S S S S S S S NR S NR F S NR S S S F

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

Codes: S = Satisfactory NR = Not recommended

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Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility
As a general rule, tube and fitting materials should be the same. If different materials must be considered, the following chart can be used as a general guide. Since operating conditions differ with applications, this chart should be used only as a guide and not a firm recommendation. Before making a final decision on material combination, it should be sufficiently tested under appropriate conditions to assure suitability for the intended application. For additional material combinations, contact the Tube Fittings Division.

A

Tube Material Specification Construction SAE J524 (ASTM A179) (8) Seamless SAE J525 Welded & (ASTM A178) (8) Drawn SAE J356 Welded & Flash Controlled ASTM A519 Seamless ASTM A213 ASTM A269 ASTM A249 ASTM A269 SAE J528 (ASTM B-75) (8) Seamless Welded & Drawn Seamless Condition

Max. Hardness

Temperature Range7) Application High pressure hydraulic, air, & some specialty chemicals

Tube Material to Fitting & Material Compatibility Seal-Lok Triple-Lok Ferulok Intrulok ORFS 37° Flare Flareless Flareless (SAE J1453) (SAE J514) (SAE J514) S E E G SS B NR (6) NR (6) S SS B M S SS M G NR (6) NR E NR NR E NR (6) NR E NR NR B NR NR NR NR NR NR

Carbon Steel C-1010 Alloy Steel 4130 Stainless Steel 304 & 316

Fully Annealed

HRB 72

-65° to 500°F -55° to 260°C

NR (6) NR NR (6) NR G NR NR

Copper

Aluminum 6061

ASTM-B210

Seamless

Monel 400 Nylon

ASTM-B165

Seamless Extruded

Polyethylene

ASTM D-1248

Extruded

PVC

Extruded

PTFE

Extruded & Cintered

-65° to 500°F High pressure -55° to 260°C hydraulics -425° to 1200°F High pressure, Fully HRB 90 -255° to 650°C high temperature, Annealed (3) or generally corrosive media (1) Soft 60 Max. -325° to 400°F Low pressure, Annealed Rockwell 15T -200° to 205°C low temperature, Temper 0 water, oil & air T6 Temper HRB 56 Low pressure, low -325° to 400°F temperature water, 0 & T4 Temper HRB 30 -200° to 205°C oil, air & some specialty chemicals Fully -400° to 800°F Sour gas, marine & Annealed HRB 70 -240° to 425°C general chemical processing media Flexible & -60° to 200°F Lube lines, Semi-Rigid -50° to 95°C chemical process controls, & air Instrument -80° to 150°F Instrumentation Grade -60° to 65°C lines Instrument & 0° to 140°F General Laboratory -20° to 60°C purpose Grade laboratory use Very low pressure, -65° to 400°F high temperature, -55° to 205°C fuel, lube, chemical & air applications

E NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR (4) (6) E (6) (6) G (6) NR (6) E NR (6) E (6) (6) E (6) NR (6) E NR

NR G NR NR (2) NR NR NR G NR NR NR E NR NR (2) E NR NR G NR NR NR E NR NR (5) (2) NR (6) NR NR (6) NR E NR (6) E

E

(6)

E

G

(6)

E

E (6) (6)

NR E

NR NR NR NR NR NR NR G G G (2) (2) (2) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR G G G (2) (2) (2) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

E

G

NR NR NR NR NR NR NR G G G (2) (2) (2)

G

Table A21 — Tube and Fitting Material Compatibility

Ratings Key: NR Not Recommended F Fair G Good E Excellent 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8)

Fitting Materials Code: S Steel SS Stainless Steel B Brass M Monel

For highly corrosive media or service environment, contact the Tube Fittings Division. Requires different assembly procedure. Contact the Tube Fittings Division. Low temperature limit for stainless steel Ferulok fittings is -20°F (-30°C). For brazing only. Grade 4130 not recommended with Parflange process. For use with Parflange process only. Not recommended with brazing. Use depends on specific application. Contact the Tube Fittings Division. Applies to tube material. Comparable specifications to SAE.

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Corrosion of Base Metals in Contact
The susceptibility of different base metals to corrosion while in contact, depends upon the difference between the contact potentials, or the electromotive voltages of the metals involved. The greater the potential difference is, the greater is the tendency for corrosion. The metal with the higher potential forms the anode and is corroded. In other words, the larger the separation distance in the electromotive chart between the two metals in contact, the higher the contact potential and chances for corrosion. For example, zinc and aluminum are very short distance apart in the chart; therefore potential for corrosion when these two metals are in contact is very low. On the other hand, aluminum and passivated 316 stainless steel are far apart; hence, when in contact, the potential for corrosion is very high. Aluminum, being more anodic metal, will corrode in this combination. As a general guideline, if the metals are half the length of the chart or more apart, the combination should be avoided. Also, it is not a good idea to combine an anodic metal part with thin cross section, such as thin wall tubing, with a cathodic or less anodic metal part of a heavy cross section, such as a fitting. Example: A thin wall brass tube with steel fitting is a better, although not ideal, combination than a thin wall steel tube with brass fitting.

Electromotive or Galvanic Series for Metals + Anodic (least noble) corroded
Magnesium Magnesium alloys Zinc (Parker steel fittings are zinc plated) Berillium Aluminum 5052, 3004, 3003, 1100, 6053 Cadmium Aluminum 2117, 2017, 2024 Mild steel (1018), wrought iron Low alloy high strength steel, cast iron Chrome iron (active) 430 Stainless (active) 302, 303, 321, 347, 410, 416, stainless steel (active) Ni-resist 316, 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), Yellow brass (CA 268) Red brass (CA 230), Admiralty brass (CA 443) Copper (CA 102) Maganese bronze (CA 675), Tin bronze (CA 903, 905) 410, 416 Stainless (passive) Phospher bronze (CA 521, 524) Silicon bronze (CA 651, 655) Nickel silver (CA 732, 735, 745, 752, 754, 757, 764, 770, 794) Cupro Ni 90-10 Cupro Ni 80-20 430 Stainless steel (passive) Cupro Ni 70-30 Nickel aluminum bronze (CA 630, 632) Monel 400, K500 Silver solder Nickel (passive) 60 Ni 15 Cr (passive) Inconnel 600 (passive) 80 Ni 20 Cr (passive) Chrome iron (passive) 302, 303, 304, 321, 347 stainless stainless steel (passive) 316, 317 stainless steel (passive) (Parker stainless steel fittings are passivated) Carpenter 20 Cb-3 stainless (passive), Incoloy 825 Silver Titanium (passive), Hastelloy C & C276 (passive), Inconnel 625 (passive) Graphic Zirconium Gold Platinum

Electric current flows from plus to minus

- Cathodic (most noble) protected

Table A22 — Electromotive or Galvanic Series for Metals

Direction of attack

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O-Ring Material Selection
Standard O-rings supplied with Parker tube fittings and adapters are 90 durometer hard nitrile (Buna-N) Parker compound #N0552. These O-rings are well suited for most industrial hydraulic and pneumatic systems. They have high extrusion resistance making them suitable for very high pressure static applications. Optional high temperature fluorocarbon (e.g., Viton), Parker compound #V0894, is also available for higher temperature specifications. O-rings for other than normal hydraulic media or higher temperature applications can be selected from the following chart. The chart should be used only as a general guide. Before making final selection for a given application, it is recommended that appropriate tests be conducted to assure compatibility with the fluid, temperature, pressure and other environmental conditions. For fluids not shown in the chart, please contact the Tube Fittings Division.
Not Recommended For Phosphate ester base hydraulic fluids, automotive brake fluids, strong acids, ozone, freons, ketones, halogenated hydrocarbons, and methanol.

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Polymer Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene (Low compression set) Nitrile-Butadiene Nitrile-Butadiene Ethylene-Propylene Ethylene-Propylene

Parker Abbreviated Compound Name No. NBR (Nitrile) N0552 NBR (Nitrile) N0674 NBR (Nitrile) N0103 NBR (Nitrile) N1059

Color Black Black Black Black

SAE J515 Type CH2) CH2)

Hardness Shore "A" 906) 70 70 90

Temperature Range -30° to 250° F -30° to 250° F -65° to 225° F -30° to 275° F

Recommended For Petroleum base oils and fluids, mineral oils, ethylene glycol base fluids, silicone and di-ester base lubricants, air, water under 150°F, and natural gas.

NBR (Nitrile) NBR (Nitrile) EPDM EPDM

N0508 N0756 E0540 E0893

Black Black Black Purple1)

CA3) CA3)

75 756) 80 80

-35° to 250° F Meets FDA requirements for food products. -65° to 275°F CNG Applications -65° to 275° F Phosphate ester base -65° to 275° F hydraulic fluids, hot water, steam to 400°F, silicone oils and greases, dilute acids and alkalis, ketones, alcohols and automotive brake fluids. Refrigerants (freons, ammonia), high aniline point petroleum oils, mild acids, and silicate ester lubricants. Petroleum base oils and fluids, some phosphate ester base fluids, silicone and silicate ester base lubricants, di-ester base lubricants, acids and halogenated hydrocarbons. Dry heat (air to 400°F) and high aniline point oils.

Petroleum base oils and di-ester base lubricants.

Neoprene Neoprene

CR CR

C0873 C0944

Black Red1)

-

70 70

-45° to 250° F -45° to 250° F

Phosphate ester fluids and ketones.

Fluorocarbon (e.g., Viton)

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

Rust 1)

-

70

-65° to 450° F

Ketones, skydrol fluids, amines (VDMH), anhydrous ammonia, low molecular weight esters and ethers, and hot hydrofluoric or chlorosulfonic acids. Most petroleum fluids, ketones, water and steam.

Table A23 — O-Ring Selection

1) These Parker “Chromassure” color assurance O-rings are available from the Parker Hannifin O-Ring Division, (606) 269-2351. They help eliminate assembly errors, reduce warranty costs and liability risks, and assure safety in aftermarket business. 2) Formerly SAE Type I. 3) Formerly SAE Type II. 4) Formerly SAE Type III. 5) “FKM” is the ASTM designation for fluorocarbon. Its ISO designation is “FPM”. 6) Standard compounds available from stock.

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Step 2: Determine Tube O.D. and Wall Thickness Using Table A30, determine the tube O.D. and wall thickness combination that satisfies the following two conditions: A. Has recommended design pressure equal to or higher than maximum operating pressure. B. Provides tube I.D. equal to or greater than required flow diameter determined earlier. Design pressure values in Table A30 are based on the severity of service rating “A” (design factor of 4) in Table A26, and temperature derating factor of 1 in Table A27. If more severe operating conditions are involved, the values in Table A30 should be multiplied by appropriate derating factors from Tables A26 and A27 before determining the tube O.D. and wall thickness combination. Contact the Tube Fittings Division when in doubt. Allowable design stress levels and formula used to arrive at the design pressure values are given in the following chart. Values in Table A24 are for fully annealed tubing.
Material and Type Steel C-1010 Stainless Steel 304 & 316 Alloy Steel C-4130 Copper, K or Y Aluminum 6061-T6 Monel, 400 Allowable Design Stress for Design Factor of 4 at 72 Degrees F 12,500 PSI 18,800 PSI 18,800 PSI 6,000 PSI 10,500 PSI 17,500 PSI

Selection of Tubing

Determining Tube Size for Hydraulic Systems
Proper tube material, type and size for a given application and type of fitting is critical for efficient and trouble free operation of the fluid system. Selection of proper tubing involves choosing the right tube material, and determining the optimum tube size (O.D. and wall thickness). Proper sizing of the tube for various parts of a hydraulic system results in an optimum combination of efficient and cost effective performance. A tube that is too small causes high fluid velocity, which has many detrimental effects. In suction lines, it causes cavitation which starves and damages pumps. In pressure lines, it causes high friction losses and turbulence, both resulting in high pressure drops and heat generation. High heat accelerates wear in moving parts and rapid aging of seals and hoses, all resulting in reduced component life. High heat generation also means wasted energy, and hence, low efficiency. Too large of a tube increases system cost. Thus, optimum tube sizing is very critical. The following is a simple procedure for sizing the tubes. Step 1: Determine Required Flow Diameter Use Table A29 to determine recommended flow diameter for the required flow rate and type of line. The table is based on the following recommended flow velocities: Pressure lines — 25 ft./sec. or 7.62 meters/sec. Return lines — 10 ft./sec. or 3.05 meters/sec. Suction lines — 4 ft./sec. or 1.22 meters/sec. If you desire to use different velocities than the above, use one of the following formulae to determine the required flow diameter.
Tube I.D. (in.) = 0.64 Flow in GPM Velocity in ft./sec. Flow in liters per minute Velocity in meters/sec.

Table A24 — Design Stress Values

OR
Tube I.D. (mm) = 4.61

Design Pressure Formula (LAME'S) D2 - d2 P=S where: D2 + d2 D = Outside diameter of tube, in d = Inside diameter of tube (D-2T), in P = Recommended design pressure, psi S = Allowable stress for design factor of 4, psi T = Tube wall thickness, in

(

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Table A25 — Design Pressure Formula

For thin wall tubes (D/T ≥ 10) the following formula may be Used: P = 2ST/D

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1. Selecting Tube Material: Table A21 indicates that carbon steel, C-1010, tubing would meet the media, operating temperature range, and maximum operating pressure (high) requirements. Sizing the Tube: From Table A29, the recommended flow diameters for various lines for 10 GPM flow rate are: 0.405 for pressure line, 0.639 for return line, and 1.012 for suction line. Now, using Table A30, we need to find tubes with inside diameters (I.D.) equal to or larger than the above flow diameters, and wall thicknesses appropriate for design pressures of 3500 psi minimum for the pressure line and about 500 psi for return and suction lines. Since derating factors for Severity of Service (Table A26) and Max. Operating Temperature (Table A27) are both 1, design pressure values in Table A30 do not need to be reduced. Matching tube I.D.s and design pressures in Table A30 for above conditions, we find: A) For the pressure line, we would choose 5/8" O.D. X .083" wall tubing. The .095" and .109" wall tubes would also be satisfactory if .083" wall is not readily available. B) For the return line, either 3/4" X .035" or 3/4" X .049" would meet the requirements. If Ferulok fittings are being used, we will need to go to 3/4" X .065" because .065" is the smallest wall thickness recommended for 3/4" O.D. tubing used with Ferulok fittings in Table A14. This reduces the flow diameter about 3% below the recommended value, but is still in the acceptable range. The alternative is to go to 7/8" O.D. X .072" wall tubing, which is way too large.
Steel Alloy Steel St. Steel Copper Monel SAE O-ring Face Seal Seal-Lok 1) — — .020 - .083 .020 - .095 .020 - .109 .028 - .148 .035 - .134 .035 - .148 — .035 - .188 .049 - .220 .049 - .250 .065 - .220

Selection of Tubing
Severity of Service A (Normal) B (Severe) C (Hazardous) Design Factor 4.00 6.00 8.00 Derating Factor 1.00 0.67 0.50

Description Moderate mechanical and hydraulic shocks. Severe hydraulic shocks and mechanical strain. Hazardous application with severe service conditions.

A

2.

Table A26 — 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. The derating factors listed here should be applied directly to the design pressure values in Table A30 to arrive at maximum recommended working pressures (i.e., multiply values in Table A30 by these derating factors). Besides severity of service, high operating temperature also reduces allowable working pressure of the tubing. Temperature derating factors for various tube materials are given in Table A27. Where applicable, derating factors for severity of service and temperature should be applied to the design pressure values in Table A30 to arrive at the maximum recommended working pressure. Example: Combined derating factor for 316SS tubing for B (severe) service and 500° F. operation is .67 X .9 = .603

Tube Selection Example:
Maximum Operating Temperature (degrees F) 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 Steel C-1010 and C-4130 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.99 0.98 0.96 Stainless Steel 304 1.00 0.91 0.84 0.79 0.75 0.72 0.69 0.65 0.61 0.59 0.57 0.54 0.52 0.47 0.32 316 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.99 0.97 0.90 0.85 0.82 0.80 0.78 0.77 0.62 0.37 Copper 1.00 0.85 0.80 0.80 0.78 0.67 0.50 Monel Aluminum 6061-T6 Type 400 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.97 1.00 0.94 0.94 0.91 0.80 0.88 0.60 0.86 0.43 0.85 0.84 0.84 0.84 0.83

Tube Material Size O.D. Inches 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 Number -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -8 -10 -12 -14 -16 -20 -24 -32

Table A27 — Temperature Derating Factors* for Tubes

* The derating factors are based on allowable design stress values at various temperatures per ASME B31.1 code for pressure piping (1986). To select tube material and tube sizes for pressure, 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° to +140°F. Maximum operating pressure: 3500 psi Maximum flow rate through each line: 10 GPM Severity of service: A (normal)

Steel St. Steel Copper Aluminum SAE 37° Flare Triple-Lok .010 - .035 .010 - .035 .020 - .065 .020 - .065 .020 - .065 .028 - .083 .035 - .095 .035 - .109 .035 - .109 .035 - .120 .049 - .120 .049 - .120 .058 - .134

Steel St. Steel Monel SAE Flareless Ferulok .010 - .035 .020 - .049 .028 - .065 .028 - .065 .035 - .095 .049 - .120 .058 - .120 .065 - .120 .072 - .120 .083 - .148 .095 - .188 .095 - .220 .095 - .220

Copper Aluminum Plastics

Intru-Lok .012 - .028 .012 - .035 .020 - .049 .020 - .065 .028 - .065 .035 - .083 .035 - .083 .035 - .095 .049 - .095 .049 - .120

1) Brazing to attach sleeve can be used for all wall thicknesses. For flanging tool availability, see page N28. Table A28 — Recommended “Min./Max” Tube Wall Thickness for Common Fittings

C) For the suction line, we can use any one of the following tubes: 1-1/4" O.D. X .049" to .083" wall tube for Triple-Lok or Seal-Lok fittings and 1-1/4" O.D. X .095" wall tube for Ferulok fittings. One final consideration in choosing the right wall thickness for tubing is bending. If bending without the use of a mandrel is desired, then wall thickness of less than 7% of tube O.D. should not be used.
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Maximum Flow Rate GPM 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.00 7.50 8.00 8.50 9.00 9.50 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 18.00 19.00 20.00 22.00 24.00 26.00 28.00 30.00 32.00 34.00 36.00 38.00 40.00 42.00 44.00 46.00 48.00 50.00 55.00 60.00 65.00 70.00 75.00 80.00 85.00 90.00 95.00 100.00 110.00 120.00 130.00 140.00 150.00 160.00 170.00 180.00 190.00 200.00 Recommended Flow Diameter in Inches Pressure Suction Lines Return Lines Lines 0.064 0.101 0.160 0.091 0.143 0.226 0.111 0.175 0.277 0.128 0.202 0.320 0.143 0.226 0.358 0.157 0.247 0.392 0.169 0.267 0.423 0.181 0.286 0.453 0.202 0.319 0.506 0.222 0.350 0.554 0.239 0.378 0.599 0.256 0.404 0.640 0.272 0.429 0.679 0.286 0.452 0.716 0.300 0.474 0.750 0.314 0.495 0.784 0.326 0.515 0.816 0.339 0.534 0.847 0.351 0.553 0.876 0.362 0.571 0.905 0.373 0.589 0.933 0.384 0.606 0.960 0.395 0.623 0.986 0.405 0.639 1.012 0.425 0.670 1.061 0.443 0.700 1.109 0.462 0.728 1.154 0.479 0.756 1.197 0.496 0.782 1.239 0.512 0.808 1.280 0.528 0.833 1.319 0.543 0.857 1.358 0.558 0.880 1.395 0.572 0.903 1.431 0.600 0.947 1.501 0.627 0.990 1.568 0.653 1.030 1.632 0.677 1.069 1.693 0.701 1.106 1.753 0.724 1.143 1.810 0.746 1.178 1.866 0.768 1.212 1.920 0.789 1.245 1.973 0.810 1.278 2.024 0.830 1.309 2.074 0.849 1.340 2.123 0.868 1.370 2.170 0.887 1.399 2.217 0.905 1.428 2.263 0.949 1.498 2.373 0.991 1.565 2.479 1.032 1.629 2.580 1.071 1.690 2.677 1.109 1.749 2.771 1.145 1.807 2.862 1.180 1.862 2.950 1.214 1.916 3.036 1.248 1.969 3.119 1.280 2.020 3.200 1.342 2.119 3.356 1.402 2.213 3.505 1.459 2.303 3.649 1.515 2.390 3.786 1.568 2.474 3.919 1.619 2.555 4.048 1.669 2.634 4.172 1.717 2.710 4.293 1.764 2.784 4.411 1.810 2.857 4.525 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 95 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 Recommended Flow Diameter in Millimeters Pressure Suction Lines Return Lines Lines 1.670 2.640 4.180 2.362 3.734 5.911 2.893 4.573 7.240 3.340 5.280 8.360 3.734 5.903 9.347 4.091 6.467 10.239 4.418 6.985 11.059 4.723 7.467 11.823 5.010 7.920 12.540 5.281 8.348 13.218 5.785 9.145 14.480 6.249 9.878 15.640 6.680 10.560 16.720 7.085 11.201 17.734 7.468 11.806 18.694 7.833 12.383 19.606 8.181 12.933 20.478 8.515 13.461 21.314 8.837 13.970 22.118 9.147 14.460 22.895 9.447 14.934 23.646 9.738 15.394 24.373 10.020 15.840 25.080 10.295 16.274 25.767 10.562 16.697 26.437 11.203 17.710 28.040 11.809 18.668 29.557 12.385 19.579 31.000 12.936 20.449 32.378 13.464 21.284 33.700 13.972 22.088 34.972 14.463 22.863 36.200 14.937 23.613 37.387 15.397 24.340 38.538 15.843 25.045 39.655 16.277 25.732 40.742 16.700 26.400 41.800 17.515 27.689 43.840 18.294 28.920 45.790 19.041 30.101 47.659 19.760 31.237 49.458 20.453 32.333 51.194 21.124 33.394 52.873 21.774 34.421 54.501 22.405 35.419 56.081 23.019 36.390 57.617 23.617 37.335 59.114 24.770 39.158 61.999 25.872 40.899 64.756 26.928 42.569 67.400 27.944 44.176 69.945 28.925 45.726 72.400 29.874 47.226 74.774 30.793 48.679 77.075 31.686 50.090 79.310 32.554 51.463 81.483 33.400 52.800 83.600 35.426 56.003 88.671 37.342 59.032 93.468 39.165 61.913 98.030 40.906 64.667 102.389 42.577 67.307 106.570 44.184 69.848 110.592 45.735 72.299 114.474 47.235 74.670 118.228

Table A29 — Recommended Flow Diameters

* LPM = Liters Per Minute

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Inch Tubes Design Pressure Tube O.D. (in) 0.125 0.125 0.125 0.125 0.188 0.188 0.188 0.188 0.188 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.625 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750 Wall Thick (in) 0.010 0.020 0.028 0.035 0.010 0.020 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.020 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.058 0.065 0.083 0.020 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.058 0.065 0.072 0.083 0.095 0.020 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.058 0.065 0.072 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.058 0.065 0.072 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.120 0.134 0.148 0.188 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.058 0.065 0.072 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.120 0.134 0.035 0.049 0.058 0.065 0.072 0.083 0.095 Tube I.D. (in) 0.105 0.085 0.069 0.055 0.168 0.148 0.132 0.118 0.090 0.210 0.194 0.180 0.152 0.134 0.120 0.084 0.273 0.257 0.243 0.215 0.197 0.183 0.169 0.147 0.123 0.335 0.319 0.305 0.277 0.259 0.245 0.231 0.209 0.185 0.157 0.444 0.430 0.402 0.384 0.370 0.356 0.334 0.310 0.282 0.260 0.232 0.204 0.124 0.569 0.555 0.527 0.509 0.495 0.481 0.459 0.435 0.407 0.385 0.357 0.680 0.652 0.634 0.620 0.606 0.584 0.560 Alloy Steel C-4130 3250 6900 10000 12700 2100 4450 6400 8200 11800 3250 4650 5950 8650 10400 11750 15000 2550 3650 4650 6750 8150 9250 10350 12050 13800 2100 3000 3850 5550 6650 7550 8450 9900 11450 13200 2200 2800 4050 4850 5500 6150 7200 8350 9750 10800 12150 13450 16600 1750 2200 3200 3800 4300 4800 5650 6550 7600 8450 9550 1850 2600 3150 3550 3950 4600 5350
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Metric Tubes (4:1 Design Factor) PSI Aluminum 6061-T6 1800 3850 5600 7100 1200 2450 3600 4600 6600 1800 2600 3350 4850 5800 6550 8350 1450 2050 2600 3750 4550 5150 5750 6700 7700 1200 1700 2150 3100 3700 4200 4700 5500 6400 7350 1250 1550 2250 2700 3050 3450 4000 4650 5450 6050 6800 7500 9300 1000 1250 1750 2150 2400 2700 3150 3650 4250 4700 5350 1050 1450 1750 1950 2200 2550 3000 Monel 400 3000 6450 9350 11800 1950 4100 5950 7650 11000 3000 4350 5550 8050 9700 10950 13950 2400 3400 4350 6300 7600 8600 9600 11200 12850 1950 2800 3550 5150 6200 7050 7850 9200 10650 12300 2050 2600 3750 4500 5100 5750 6700 7800 9050 10050 11300 12500 15450 1650 2050 2950 3550 4000 4500 5250 6100 7100 7850 8900 1700 2450 2900 3300 3700 4300 4950 Tube Wall Tube O.D. Thick I.D. (mm) (mm) (mm) 4 0.5 3.0 4 0.8 2.5 4 1.0 2.0 5 0.8 3.5 5 1.0 3.0 6 0.8 4.5 6 1.0 4.0 6 1.5 3.0 6 2.0 2.0 6 2.3 1.5 8 1.0 6.0 8 1.5 5.0 8 2.0 4.0 8 2.5 3.0 10 1.0 8.0 10 1.5 7.0 10 2.0 6.0 10 2.5 5.0 10 3.0 4.0 12 1.0 10.0 12 1.5 9.0 12 2.0 8.0 12 2.5 7.0 12 3.0 6.0 12 3.5 5.0 14 1.0 12.0 14 1.5 11.0 14 2.0 10.0 14 2.5 9.0 14 3.0 8.0 14 3.5 7.0 14 4.0 6.0 15 1.0 13.0 15 1.5 12.0 15 2.0 11.0 15 2.5 10.0 15 3.0 9.0 16 1.0 14.0 16 1.5 13.0 16 2.0 12.0 16 2.5 11.0 16 3.0 10.0 18 1.0 16.0 18 1.5 15.0 18 2.0 14.0 18 2.5 13.0 18 3.0 12.0 20 1.5 17.0 20 2.0 16.0 20 2.5 15.0 20 3.0 14.0 20 3.5 13.0 20 4.0 12.0 22 1.0 20.0 22 1.5 19.0 22 2.0 18.0 22 2.5 17.0 22 3.0 16.0 25 2.0 21.0 25 2.5 20.0 25 3.0 19.0 25 4.0 17.0 25 4.5 16.0 25 5.0 15.0 28 1.5 25.0 28 2.0 24.0 Design Pres. Bar Steel Low Carbon 313* 409 522* 376 432* 333 389* 549* 692 757 333* 431* 549* 658 282* 373* 478* 576 666 235* 353* 409* 495 576 661 201 302* 403* 434* 507 676 641 188* 282* 376* 409 478 176 264* 353* 386* 452* 157 235* 313* 392 409 212 282* 353* 373* 426 478 128 192* 266* 320 385 226* 282* 338* 394 437 478 151* 201*
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A

Steel C-1010 2150 4600 6650 8450* 1400 2950 4250 5450* 7850 2150 3100* 3950* 5750* 6900 7800 9950 1700 2450 3100* 4500* 5400 6150* 6850 8000 9150 1400 2000 2550* 3650* 4450* 5000* 5600 6550 7600 8750 1500 1850* 2700* 3250 3650* 4100 4800* 5550* 6450 7200 8050 8950 11050 1150 1500* 2100* 2550 2850* 3200 3750* 4350* 5050 5600 6350 1200* 1750* 2100 2350* 2650 3050* 3550*

Stainless Steel 304 & 316* 3250 6900* 10000* 12700* 2100 4450 6400 8200* 11800 3250* 4650* 5950* 8650* 10400 11750* 15000 2550 3650 4650* 6750* 8150 9250* 10350 12050 13800 2100 3000* 3850* 5550* 6650 7550* 8450 9900 11450 13200 2200* 2800* 4050* 4850 5500* 6150 7200* 8350 9750 10800* 12150 13450 16600 1750 2200* 3200* 3800 4300* 4800 5650 6550 7600 8450* 9550 1850* 2600* 3150 3550* 3950 4600 5350*

Copper 1050 2200 3200 4050 650 1400 2050 2600 3750 1050 1500 1900 2750 3300 3750 4800 800 1150 1500 2150 2600 2950 3300 3850 4400 650 950 1200 1750 2100 2400 2700 3150 3650 4200 700 900 1300 1550 1750 1950 2300 2650 3100 3450 3850 4300 5300 550 700 1000 1200 1350 1550 1800 2100 2450 2700 3050 600 850 1000 1150 1250 1450 1700

* Sizes corresponding to the design pressures in bold, for respective materials, are commonly available. Remaining sizes may not be readily available. Table A30 — Recommended Design Pressures for Tubes

1) These values must be adjusted for severity of service and maximum operating temperature by multiplying with derating factors from Tables A26 and A27.

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Inch Tubes Design Pressure Tube O.D. (in) 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.750 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 0.875 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.250 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 1.500 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 Alloy Steel C-4130 6200 6900 7800 8700 11300 1550 2200 2650 3000 3350 3900 4500 5250 5850 6600 7350 1350 1950 2300 2600 2900 3400 3900 4550 5050 5700 6350 6700 8250 9800 1550 1850 2050 2300 2650 3050 3550 3950 4450 4950 5250 6450 7700 1700 1900 2200 2550 2950 3250 3650 4050 4300 5300 6300 7250 1250 1400 1600 1850 2150 2400 2700 3000 3150 3850 4600 5250 6000
1)

Metric Tubes (4:1 Design Factor) PSI Aluminum 6061-T6 3450 3850 4350 4850 6300 850 1250 1500 1650 1850 2200 2500 2950 3250 3700 4100 750 1100 1300 1450 1600 1900 2200 2550 2800 3150 3550 3750 4600 5500 850 1000 1150 1300 1500 1700 2000 2200 2500 2750 2950 3600 4300 950 1050 1250 1400 1650 1800 2050 2250 2400 2950 3500 4050 700 800 900 1050 1200 1350 1500 1650 1750 2150 2550 2950 3350 Monel 400 5800 6450 7250 8100 10550 1450 2050 2450 2800 3100 3650 4200 4900 5450 6150 6850 1250 1800 2150 2400 2700 3150 3650 4200 4700 5300 5900 6250 7700 9150 1450 1700 1900 2150 2500 2850 3300 3700 4150 4600 4900 6000 4750 1600 1750 2050 2350 2750 3000 3400 3800 4000 4900 5850 6750 1150 1300 1500 1750 2000 2200 2500 2800 2950 3600 4250 4900 5550 Tube Wall Tube O.D. Thick I.D. (mm) (mm) (mm) 28 2.5 23.0 28 3.0 22.0 28 4.0 20.0 28 5.0 18.0 30 2.0 26.0 30 2.5 25.0 30 3.0 24.0 30 4.0 22.0 30 5.0 20.0 35 2.0 31.0 35 2.5 30.0 35 3.0 29.0 35 4.0 27.0 35 5.0 25.0 35 6.0 23.0 38 2.5 33.0 38 3.0 32.0 38 4.0 30.0 38 5.0 28.0 38 6.0 26.0 38 7.0 24.0 42 2.0 38.0 42 3.0 36.0 42 4.0 34.0 Design Pres. Bar Steel Low Carbon 252 302 403 434 188 235* 282* 376* 409 161* 201 242* 322 403 419 186 223 297* 371* 390 446 134* 201* 269
1)

Wall Tube I.D. (in) Thick (in) 0.109 0.532 0.120 0.510 0.134 0.482 0.148 0.454 0.188 0.374 0.035 0.805 0.049 0.777 0.058 0.759 0.065 0.745 0.072 0.731 0.083 0.709 0.095 0.685 0.109 0.657 0.120 0.635 0.134 0.607 0.148 0.579 0.035 0.930 0.049 0.902 0.058 0.884 0.065 0.870 0.072 0.856 0.083 0.834 0.095 0.810 0.109 0.782 0.120 0.760 0.134 0.732 0.148 0.704 0.156 0.688 0.188 0.624 0.220 0.560 0.049 1.152 0.058 1.134 0.065 1.120 0.072 1.106 0.083 1.084 0.095 1.060 0.109 1.032 0.120 1.010 0.134 0.982 0.148 0.954 0.156 0.938 0.188 0.874 0.220 0.810 0.065 1.370 0.072 1.356 0.083 1.334 0.095 1.310 0.109 1.282 0.120 1.260 0.134 1.232 0.148 1.204 0.156 1.188 0.188 1.124 0.220 1.060 0.250 1.000 0.065 1.870 0.072 1.856 0.083 1.834 0.095 1.810 0.109 1.782 0.120 1.760 0.134 1.732 0.148 1.704 0.156 1.688 0.188 1.624 0.220 1.560 0.250 1.500 0.281 1.438

Steel C-1010 4150 4600* 5200 5800 7500 1050 1500* 1750 2000* 2200 2600 3000 3500 3900 4400 4900 900 1300* 1550 1750* 1950 2250* 2600* 3000* 3350* 3800 4200 4450 5500 6550 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

Stainless Steel 304 & 316* 6200 6900* 7800 8700 11300 1550 2200* 2650 3000* 3350 3900 4500 5250 5850 6600 7350 1350* 1950* 2300 2600* 2900 3400* 3900* 4550 5050* 5700 6350 6700 8250 9800 1550* 1850 2050* 2300 2650* 3050 3550 3950* 4450 4950 5250 6450 7700 1700* 1900 2200 2550* 2950 3250 3650 4050 4300 5300 6300 7250 1250* 1400 1600 1850 2150 2400 2700 3000 3150 3850 4600 5250 6000

Copper 2000 2200 2500 2800 3600 500 700 850 950 1050 1250 1450 1650 1850 2100 2350 450 600 750 850 950 1100 1250 1450 1600 1800 2000 2150 2650 3150 500 600 650 750 850 1000 1150 1250 1400 1600 1700 2050 2450 550 600 700 800 950 1050 1150 1300 1350 1700 2000 2300 400 450 500 600 700 750 850 950 1000 1250 1450 1700 1900

* Sizes corresponding to the design pressures in bold, for respective materials, are commonly available. Remaining sizes may not be readily available. Table A30 — Recommended Design Pressures for Tubes

1) These values must be adjusted for severity of service and maximum operating temperature by multiplying with derating factors from Tables A26 and A27.

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Plumbing and Assembly Hints
Even after choosing the appropriate type fitting for your application, there are certain instances when a particular style has advantages over others. 1. Straight thread adjustable elbows and tees have several advantages over pipe threaded ones: Adjustable straight thread connections: • permit exact positioning • provide leak free joint • eliminate distortion and cracking of boss due to overtightening • are easier to maintain
Fig. A3 — Swivel Nut Fitting Used with Straight Connector in Tight Space Fig. A4 — Swivel End Fitting with Straight Connector Provides Clearance Above Regular Elbow

A

3. Use reducers/expanders and jump size fittings. There are some instances when it becomes necessary to connect tube lines of different sizes or tube lines to ports of different sizes. This can be accomplished by using either tube reducers, port expanders, port reducers, or jump size fittings. Achieving the reduction or enlargement is the main concern, but you should try to use the minimum number of joints possible. 4. Use conversion fittings and adapters. There are instances when it becomes necessary to use conversion adapters for connecting a fitting to a port with different style threads, for example, UNF thread fitting to a metric thread port. There are also some instances when it is necessary to connect tube ends or hose ends with different style terminations to one another or to a fitting. This can be achieved by using conversion fittings.

Fig. A2 — Adjustable Straight Thread Allows for 360° Positioning of Fitting

5. Use other adapters and fittings for special applications.
Tube Flanged or Brazed to Sleeve Tube Brazed to LHB3 Tube Nut

As a general practice, the use of pipe thread fittings should be avoided wherever possible. They are susceptible to fatigue failure in the pipe thread area, loosening due to temperature fluctuations, galling in the case of stainless steel and aluminum and also system contamination from the various sealants which are generally used to affect a seal. 2. Swivel nut fitting should be used with a straight connector to allow for connections in tight spaces. Swivel end fittings can be used with a straight connector when space limitations will not permit full rotation of an elbow or tee fitting. The combination in Fig. A4 can also be used to stack tube lines or provide clearance for ports that are relatively close and within the same plane.

LHB3

Fig. A5 — LHB3 Simplifies Tube-to-Tube Connection

Fig. A6 — F5HA for Close Coupling of Components with Two SAE Straight Thread Ports

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Fig. A7 — Metric Sleeve Adapts Metric Tube to Standard Seal-Lok

Fig. A8 — Long Elbow (CC5L) Stacks Above Regular Elbow (C5L)

Fig. A11 — Requires: Minimum swing clearance, simple adapter, and more expensive tube or hose assembly.

Fig. A12 — Requires: Larger swing clearance, more expensive adapter, and less expensive tube or hose assembly. Results in more compact assembly. Good for tight quarters.

Bleeding Hydraulic Systems
Trapped air in a hydraulic system is one of the major contributors to inefficient operation. It is therefore desirable to bleed-off the air from the system. But, with fittings using elastomeric seals, the O-ring can extrude and cause leakage. It is also not a safe practice to undo (“crack”) larger fittings, for bleeding off air, because of the high forces possible. Parker's bleed adapters are designed specifically for installation directly onto O-ring face seal type fittings or in manifolds with female pipe threads or SAE straight threads. Whenever possible, the bleed adapter should be mounted at the highest point within the system. Trapped air can then be relieved, while the system is running at low pressure, by turning the bleed screw 1/2 turn counter clockwise. After the fluid begins to run freely, the bleed screw is then retightened.

Fig. A9 — Mountie Used with Triple-Lok for Anchoring Tube Lines

Assembly Heights and Minimum Clearances
There are dimensions given on the product drawings in the individual product sections that can be used for calculating assembly heights and minimum clearances. For example: Take a C6L (90° swivel elbow) and connect it to a F5L (straight thread connector) which is threaded into an SAE straight thread port. The center-line distance above the manifold to the connecting tube may be calculated as HH + AAA from product drawings.

Fig. A10 — Assembly Dimensions

Fig. A13 — Parker Bleed Adapters

The minimum clearance required between the manifold surface and the top of the fitting may be calculated by adding HH for the connector to AAA for the 90° elbow to U which is half the distance across the hex points on the tube nut (page A37).

WARNING: When bleeding air from hydraulic systems, operate below 500 psi. To avoid injury, ensure no one is in the path of discharge. It is good practice to attach a piece of hose to bleed adapters to direct oil away from the fittings.

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Fitting Envelope Dimensions
Seal-Lok Fittings
Straight Shape
Nominal Tube O.D. 1/4 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 A 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 C 0.255 0.295 0.394 0.393 0.452 0.512 0.512 0.512 U 0.40 0.47 0.54 0.65 0.79 0.94 1.08 1.30

A

Table A31 — Seal-Lok Fitting Envelope Dimensions

NOTE: For “A” dimension for parflange, see bulletin 4390-1040A.

Triple-Lok Fittings
Straight Shape
Nominal 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

A 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.08 0.08 0.12 0.13 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.20 0.18 0.28

F 0.19 0.25 0.19 0.30 0.28 0.31 0.38 0.36 0.38 0.34 0.34 0.50 0.55

G 0.12 0.12 0.17 0.11 0.19 0.19 0.27 0.25 0.31 0.41 0.39 0.55 0.53

U 0.22 0.25 0.33 0.36 0.40 0.51 0.58 0.72 0.79 0.87 1.15 1.30 1.66

Table A32 — Triple-Lok Fitting Envelope Dimensions

Ferulok Fittings
Straight Shape
A B U 0.19 0.31 0.22 0.23 0.34 0.25 0.23 0.42 0.33 0.25 0.42 0.36 0.25 0.47 0.40 0.31 0.50 0.51 0.35 0.53 0.58 0.35 0.56 0.72 0.35 0.53 0.79 0.42 0.66 0.87 0.42 0.72 1.15 0.49 0.72 1.30 0.49 0.84 1.66 Table A33 — Ferulok Fitting Envelope Dimensions Nominal 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

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Tube Line Fabrication Guide for Leak Free Systems
Every hydraulic, pneumatic and lubrication system requires some form of tube line fabrication and fitting installation for completion. Proper fabrication and installation are essential for the overall efficiency, leak free performance, and general appearance of any system. Start by planning ahead. After sizing the tube lines and selecting the appropriate style of fitting, consider the following in the design of your system: 1. Accessibility of joints 2. Proper routing of lines 3. Adequate tube line supports 4. Available fabricating tools

Fig. A18 — Correct Routing

Fig. A19 — Incorrect Routing

Routing of Lines
Routing of lines is probably the most difficult yet most significant of these system design considerations. Proper routing involves getting a connecting line from one point to another through the most logical path. Always try to leave fitting joints as accessible as possible. Hard to reach joints are hard to assemble and tighten properly. Inaccessible joints are also more difficult and time consuming to service. The most logical path should have the following characteristics: • Avoid excessive strain on joint — A strained joint will eventually leak. (See Figures A14 through A21.) • Allow for expansion and contraction — Use a “U” bend or a hose in long lines to allow for expansion and contraction. (See Figure A22.) • Allow for motion under load — Even some apparently rigid systems do move under load. (See Figure A23.) • Get around obstructions without using excessive amount of 90° bends — Pressure drop due to one 90° bend is greater than that due to two 45° bends. (See Figures A24 and A25.) • Keep tube lines away from components that require regular maintenance. (See Figures A26 and A27.) • Have a neat appearance and allow for easy troubleshooting, maintenance and repair. (See Figures A28 and A29.)
Fig. A20 — Correct Routing Fig. A21 — Incorrect Routing

Fig. A22 — U-Bend Allowing Expansion and Contraction

Fig. A23 — Bent Tube Allowing for Motion Under Load

Fig. A14 — Correct Routing

Fig. A15 — Incorrect Routing

Fig. 24 — Correct

Fig. A16 — Correct Routing

Fig. A17 — Incorrect Routing

Fig. A25 — Incorrect

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Tools for Tube Line Fabrication
Using the proper tool for the job is the best way of achieving good results. Parker sells a variety of fabricating tools which were specifically designed to help you achieve the most accurate results in 1) cutting, 2) bending and 3) tube end preparation (flaring, presetting, brazing or flanging). For details on use of these tools please refer to individual fittings sections and/or the Tube Fabricating Section. 1) Cutting
Fig. A26 — Correct Fig. A27 — Incorrect

A

For making smooth, square cuts in metal tubing you have the choice of: A) The TP432 and TP1025 Tube Preparation Centers with an electrically driven circular toothed saw. (The TP432 can also make cuts at angles other than 90°, e.g., for dip tubes (page N47 and N48)). B) Hardened wheel type tube cutters (page N5). C) Tru-Kut Sawing Vise for guiding your hacksaw for a smooth square cut (page N5). D) The 974250 Cut-Off Saw. The Cut-Off Saw can also make cuts at angles other than 90° (page N5). 2) Bending For smooth, wrinkle free bending without excessive flattening there are a number of benders to choose from: A) Hand held lever type benders (pages N9 and N10). Individually sized for tube sizes 1/8" through 1". B) Manual crank, table mount or vise mount benders: I) Model 412 (page N13). For bending 1/4" through 3/4" O.D. tube or 6mm through 20mm. II) Model 424 (page N14). For bending 1/4" through 1 1/2" O.D. tube or 6mm through 38mm. C) Hydraulically powered bender. I) Model 632 (page N16). For bending 3/8" through 2" O.D. tube or 10mm through 50mm. Manual crank and hydraulic benders have accessories for mandrel bending to prevent tube wall flattening and wrinkling in case the tube wall is too thin relative to the tube O.D. and bend radius. As a rule of thumb, if the tube wall thickness is less than 7% of the tube O.D. then mandrel bending is recommended.

Fig. A28 — Correct

Fig. A29 — Incorrect

Tube Clamps
Tube line supports are mainly for dampening vibration. Fatigue failure due to mechanical vibration accounts for the majority of tube line failures. Use a clamping system such as Parker’s ParKlamp and space the clamps according to the Table A34 Recommended Tube Clamp Spacing. Proper clamping of the tube also reduces system noise.

Fig. A30 — Recommended Clamping for Dampening Vibration

Note: See bulletin 4306-B5 for detailed bending instructions. 3) Tube End Preparation

Tube O.D. 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" 1/2" 5/8" 3/4" 7/8" 1" 1 1/4" 1 1/2" 2"

A (in.) 2"

B (ft.) 3'

C (in.) 4"

4"

5'

8"

6"

7'

12"

The tube end preparation depends on the style of fitting being used. For example, Triple-Lok fittings require flaring, Ferulok requires pre-setting and Seal-Lok requires brazing or flanging. A) Flaring I) Vise block and flaring pin — 37° flare (page N30) — impact type flaring tool for copper, aluminum, fully annealed steel and stainless steel. Requires separate set for each tubing size — 1/4" O.D. through 1-1/2" O.D. II) 210A combination flaring tool — 37° flare (page N30) — impact type flaring tool for copper, aluminum, fully annealed steel and stainless steel. Flares 7 sizes — 1/8" O.D. through 5/8" O.D.

Table A34 — Recommended Tube Clamp Spacing

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III) Rolo-Flare — 37° or 45° flare (page N31) manual rotating cone type flaring tool for copper and aluminum tube. Flares 8 sizes — 1/8" O.D. through 3/4" O.D. IV) Hydra-Tool — 37° or 45° flare (page N31) — hydraulically operated, axial piston type. Flares (inch or metric) sizes 1/4" (6mm) through 2" (50mm) O.D. V) Parflange 1040 (page N26) — For high speed precision flanging for Seal-Lok and 37° flaring for Triple-Lok from 1/4" (6mm) to 2" (50mm) O.D. tubing. VI) Parflange 1025 (page N27) — for precision flanging and flaring of 1/4" (6mm) to 1 1/2" (38mm) O.D. tubing. VII) 1015 — 37° or 45° flare (page N35) hydraulic axial piston. Machine flares inch or metric 1/4" (6mm) through 1 1/2" (38mm) O.D. B) Pre-setting I) Ferulset Pre-setter (page N37) — Hand tool with contour similar to a fitting body but made of specially hardened material for individual sizes 1/8" O.D. through 2" O.D. II) Hyferset (page N39) — Hydraulically operated tool capable of presetting sizes 1/4" through 2" O.D. III) Hydra-Tool (page N31) — The Hydra Tool is equipped with pre-setting accessories which makes it a hydraulic pre-setting tool capable of pre-setting sizes 1/4" through 2" O.D. C) Brazing I) Single Point Torch — Torch uses acetylene and air for brazing 1/4" through 5/8" steel or stainless steel Seal-Lok fittings. II) Multi-point torch (page N29) — Torch uses acetylene and air to achieve wrap-around flame for brazing 1/4" through 2" Seal-Lok fittings. D) Flanging I) Parflange 1040 (page N26) — For high speed precision flanging for Seal-Lok and 37° flaring for Triple-Lok from 1/4" (6mm) to 2" (50mm) O.D. tubing. II) Parflange 1025 (page N27) — for precision flanging and flaring of 1/4" (6mm) to 1 1/2" (38mm) O.D. tubing. Other tools such as taps and counterbores, for making SAE & ISO straight thread ports, and IN-EX deburring tools are also available (pages N50 through N53, and N6 respectively).

Assembling O-Ring Port Studs (Ends)
The three common types of port ends used in the United States with tube fittings, pipe fittings and hose fittings are: 1) SAE straight thread O-ring, 2) National Pipe Thread, and 3) SAE Code 61 and Code 62 4-Bolt Split Flange.

Fig. A31 — SAE Straight Thread O-ring Port

Fig. A32 — SAE Straight Thread O-ring Port Assembly

Parker straight thread inch base fittings shown in this catalog are for connection with the SAE straight thread port as shown on page A19. When properly assembled, they provide the best leak free port connection there is. Metric Seal-Lok fittings are for connection with ISO 6149-1, the metric ISO straight thread O-ring port. Basic port dimensions for SAE straight thread port are given on page A19. For counterbores and taps to machine this port, see page N50. O-rings used with this port are shown on pages A19 and B45. Basic port dimensions for ISO 6149-1 port are given on page A18. For counterbores and taps to machine this port, see pages N52 and N53. O-Rings for this port are shown on pages A18 and I35. Assembly procedure for this port is the same as that for SAE straight thread port. For assembly torques, see page A45. The SAE port is the same as MS 16142. It is also similar to, but dimensionally not the same as, MS 33649 and AND 10050. The male and female ends of an SAE Straight Thread O-ring Port connection have UN/UNF straight threads; an elastomeric O-ring is fitted to the male end. On assembly, the O-ring is firmly sandwiched between the angular sealing surface of the female port and the shoulder of the male end. Sealing is thus effected and maintained by the O-ring compression which results from the clamping force generated by the tightening action. The straight threads do not offer sealing action; they provide the resistance (holding power) for service pressure.

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SAE, ISO and JIS Adjustable End Assembly

SAE J1926 with Triple-Lok and Ferulok Adjustable Fittings SAE Dash Size 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 24 32 Thread Size (UN/UNF) 5/16 - 24 3/8 - 24 7/16 - 20 1/2 - 20 9/16 - 18 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 Assembly Torque (+10% -0) in. lbs. 60 120 155 250 300 480 — — — — — — — ft. lbs. 5 10 13 21 25 40 60 75 100 110 215 240 310 N-m 7 13.5 17.5 28 34 55 80 100 135 150 290 325 420

A

Fig. A33 — Fitting with Adjustable Straight Thread O-ring End

Table A35 — Port End Assembly Torques for SAE J1926 Studs with Triple-Lok and Ferulok Adjustable Fittings

SAE J1926 with Seal-Lok Straight and Adjustable Fittings

Fig. A34 — Locknut Backed Off Prior to Assembly

Fig. A35 — Threaded into Port Until Back-up Washer Contacts Port Face

SAE Dash Size 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 24

Thread Size (UN/UNF) 7/16 - 20 12-20 9/16 - 18 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

Assembly Torque (+10% -0) in. lbs. 180* 360 420 — — — — — — — ft. lbs. 15 30 35 60 100 135 175 200 250 305 N-m 20 40 46 80 135 185 235 270 340 415

1. 2.

Inspect to ensure that both mating parts are free of burrs, nicks, scratches or any foreign particles. Install O-ring on port end of fitting, if it is not pre-installed, taking care not to nick the O-ring.

32 2 1/2 - 12 — 375 510 * Use 310 in. lbs. for size 4 straight fittings.

Table A36 — Port End Assembly Torques for SAE J1926 Studs with Seal-Lok Fittings Fig. A36 — Fitting Backed Off for Alignment Fig. A37— Fitting Tightened in Final Position

3. 4. 5. 6.

7.

8.

Lubricate O-ring with light coat of system fluid or compatible oil. Back off lock nut as far as possible. Make sure back-up washer is not loose and is pushed up as far as possible. Screw fitting into port until the back-up washer contacts the face of the port. Light wrenching may be necessary. To align the tube end of fitting to accept incoming tube or hose assembly, unscrew by required amount, but not more than one full turn. Using two wrenches, hold fitting in desired position and tighten locknut to the appropriate torque value shown in the appropriate Assembly Torque table. Inspect to ensure that O-ring is not pinched and back-up washer seats flat on face of port.

Note: Always lubricate threads and mating surfaces. Values in chart are for steel fittings in steel ports. For stainless steel fittings, use upper limit of torque range. For brass fittings, decrease torque by multiplying value given in table by 0.65. For ISO 6149 port assembly torques, see Table A42. For JIS B2351 port assembly torques, contact Tube Fittings Division.

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SAE, ISO and JIS Non-Adjustable End Assembly (Straight Fitting)

SAE J1926 with Straight Thread O-Ring Plugs SAE Dash Size 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 Thread Size (UN/UNF) 5/16 - 24 3/8 - 24 7/16 - 20 1/2 - 20 9/16 - 18 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 in. lbs. 30 55 120 170 410 — — — — — — — — Assembly Torque (+10% -0) Hollow Hex Head (HP5ON) ft. lbs. 2.5 4.5 10 14 34 60 100 135 175 200 250 305 375 N-m 3.5 6 13.5 19 46 80 135 185 235 270 340 415 510 Hex Head (P5ON) in. lbs. 85 155 300 360 410 — — — — — — — — ft. lbs. 7 13 25 30 34 60 100 135 175 200 250 305 375 N-m 9.5 17.5 35 40 46 80 135 185 235 270 340 415 510

Fig. A38 — Straight Fitting Assembled to SAE Port

20 24 32

1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Inspect components to ensure that male and female port threads and sealing surfaces are free of burrs, nicks, and scratches, or any foreign material. If O-ring is not pre-installed to fitting port end, install proper size O-ring. Lubricate O-ring with light coating of system fluid or compatible oil. Screw fitting into port until the hex flat contacts the port face. Light wrenching may be necessary. Tighten to given torque for the size from appropriate table.

Table A38 — Port Assembly Torques for SAE J1926 Straight Thread O-ring Plugs

Note: Always lubricate threads and mating surfaces. Values in chart are for steel fittings in steel ports. For stainless steel fittings, use upper limit of torque range. For brass fittings, decrease torque by multiplying value given in table by 0.65.

Pipe Thread Ports

SAE J1926 with Triple-Lok and Ferulok Non-Adjustable Fittings SAE Dash Size 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 24 32 Thread Size (UN/UNF) 5/16 - 24 3/8 - 24 7/16 - 20 1/2 - 20 9/16 - 18 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 Assembly Torque (+10% -0) in. lbs. 85 155 205 250 300 540 — — — — — — — ft. lbs. 7 13 17 21 25 45 85 105 140 155 215 240 310 N-m 9.5 17.5 23 28 34 60 115 140 190 210 290 325 420

Fig. A39 — Pipe Thread Port

The variety of thread forms available under Pipe Thread include: NPT - American Standard Taper Pipe Thread (ANSI B1.20.1) NPTF - Dryseal American Standard Taper Pipe Thread (SAE J476, ANSI B1.20.3) NPSF - Dryseal American Fuel Internal Straight Pipe Thread (SAE J476, ANSI B1.20.3) NPSM - American Standard Straight Pipe Thread for Free Fitting Mechanical Joints (ANSI B1.20.1) PTF - Dryseal/SAE Short Taper Pipe Thread (SAE J476, ANSI B1.20.3) ANPT - Aeronautical National Pipe Thread (Mil-P-7105A) The majority of Parker Tube Fittings Division’s standard pipe thread fittings are machined with the NPTF thread form. NPTF thread is also referred to as Dryseal Pipe Thread. The NPTF male and female threads have a diametral taper of 3/4" per 12" of length (or approximately 1 degree and 47

Table A37 — Port End Assembly Torques for SAE J1926 Studs with Triple-Lok and Ferulok Non-Adjustable Fittings

Note: Always lubricate threads and mating surfaces. Values in chart are for steel fittings in steel ports. For stainless steel fittings, use upper limit of torque range. For brass fittings, decrease torque by multiplying value given in table by 0.65. For ISO 6149 port assembly torques, see Table A42. For JIS B2351 port assembly torques, contact Tube Fittings Division.

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minutes angular taper). NPTF (Dryseal) thread has controlled truncation at the crest and root to assure metal to metal crestroot contact prior to, or just as the male-female thread flanks make hard contact. Upon tightening further, the thread crests flatten out and allow the flanks to make contact. This full thread profile contact is supposed to give the NPTF threads selfsealing ability. However, variations in condition of mating threads, fitting and port materials, assembly procedures and operating conditions make self-sealing highly improbable. It should be noted that in addition to affecting a seal, the pipe thread also provides holding power for service pressure. For this, as well as other reasons, the pipe threaded fittings are not recommended for high dynamic pressure systems. The SAE straight thread O-ring fitting/port is a preferred choice.

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Fig. A40 — Elbow fitting assembled to pipe port

Suggested Applications for Pipe Thread Fittings and Adapters
In light of its sealing mechanism, assembly restrictions and design limitations, pipe thread components are suitable when the following conditions exist: 1. Minimum hydraulic shocks or vibration 2. The fitting is limited to one or two re-uses 3. The system utilizes low pressure; or few operating cycles (static condition) for higher pressure service 4. Skilled workers trained in the pros and cons of pipe fitting assembly are present

Type of Sealant/Lubricant
Sealant/Lubricants assist in sealing and provide lubrication during assembly, reducing the potential for galling. Pipe thread sealants are available in various forms such as dry pre-applied, tape, paste and anaerobic liquid. Pre-applied sealants, such as “Vibraseal” (registered trademark of Loctite Corporation) and powdered PTFE are usually applied to connectors by the manufacturer. Connectors with some of these sealants may be remade a few times without needing additional sealant. Vibraseal may also help reduce loosening due to vibration. PTFE tape, if not applied properly, can contribute to system contamination during assembly and disassembly. In addition, because of PTFE’s high lubricity, fittings can be more easily over tightened; and it does not offer much resistance to loosening due to vibration. Paste sealants can also contribute to system contamination, if not applied properly. They are also messy to work with; and some types require a cure period after component installation, prior to system start up. Anaerobic liquids are available from several manufacturers and perform sealing as well as thread locking functions. They are applied to the connectors by the user and require a cure period prior to system start up. Some are soluble in common hydraulic fluids and will not contaminate the system. For proper performance they need to be applied to clean and dry components, carefully following the manufacturer’s directions. For proper application of the sealants see the following assembly section and follow the manufacturer’s recommendation.

The proper method of assembling pipe threaded connectors is to assemble them finger tight and then wrench tighten further to the specified number of turns from finger tight (T.F.F.T.) given in Table A39. The assembly procedure given below is recommended to minimize the risk of leakage and/or damage to components. 1. Inspect port and connectors to ensure that threads on both are free of dirt, burrs and excessive nicks. 2. Apply sealant/lubricant to male pipe threads. For stainless steel fittings, the use of Parker Threadmate sealant/lubricant is strongly recommended. (Pre-applied dry sealants are preferred over other sealants). With any sealant, the first one to two threads should be left uncovered to avoid system contamination. If PTFE tape is used it should be wrapped 1 1/2 to 2 turns in clockwise direction when viewed from the pipe thread end. Caution: More than two turns of tape may cause distortion or cracking of the port. Screw the connector into the port to the finger tight position. Wrench tighten the connector to the appropriate T.F.F.T. values shown in Table A39, making sure that the tube end of a shaped connector is aligned to receive the incoming tube or hose assembly. Never back off (loosen) pipe threaded connectors to achieve alignment. If leakage persists after following the above steps, check for damaged threads and total number of threads engaged.

3. 4.

5.

If threads on the fitting are badly nicked or galled, replace the fitting. If port threads are damaged, re-tap, if possible, or replace the component. If the port is cracked, replace the component. Normally, the total number of threads engaged should be between 3 1/2 and 6. Any number outside of this range indicates either under or over tightening of the joint or out of tolerance threads. If the joint is under tightened, tighten it further but no more than one full turn. If it is over tightened, check both threads, and replace the part which has out-oftolerance threads. Pipe 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 T.F.F.T. 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 1.5 - 2.5 1.5 - 2.5 1.5 - 2.5 1.5 - 2.5
Table A39 — Assembly Turns From Finger Tight (T.F.F.T) Values For Steel, Stainless Steel and Brass Fittings

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As a general rule, pipe threaded fittings should not be assembled to a specific torque because the torque required for a reliable joint varies with thread quality, port and fitting materials, sealant used, and other factors. Where many of these factors are well controlled, such as particular jobs on an assembly floor, a torque range that produces the desired results may be determined by test and used in lieu of turns count for proper joint assembly.

SAE Code 61 and Code 62 4-Bolt Split Flange
Large threaded port connections, such as SAE straight thread, require very high torque to assemble in high pressure applications. This makes assembly very difficult, especially where wrench clearance is limited. Split flange adapters solve this problem by dividing the hydraulic load among four bolts each requiring much less torque and smaller wrench clearance. The 4-Bolt Split Flange Adapter consists of four main components: a body, an O-ring, two flange clamps and four bolts. The four bolt port is simply a flow passage surrounded by a pattern of four tapped holes for accepting the clamping bolts. The flat surface of the port compresses the O-ring contained in the groove in the flange head when the clamp bolts are torqued down. The bolts, through the clamp halves, clamp down the flange head on to the flat surface of the port compressing and trapping the O-ring in the groove and leaving no gap for it to extrude under pressure. The hydraulic pressure is thus sealed by the compressed O-ring as long as the bolts are tightened enough to maintain solid metal to metal contact between the flange head at the outside diameter of the O-ring and the top of the port.

Fig. A42 — Recommended Bolt Torque Sequence
Code 61 Flange Adapter Recommended Bolt Torque Dash Size 12 16 20 24 32 Flange Size 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 Bolt Thread Size 3/8-16 3/8-16 7/16-14 1/2-13 1/2-13 in. lbs. 300 ± 50 375 ± 50 488 ± 62 625 ± 75 725 ± 75 Torque ft. lbs. 25 ± 4.5 31 ± 4.5 41 ± 5 52 ± 6 60 ± 6

Table A40 — Code 61 Bolt Size & Assembly Torques
Code 62 Flange Adapter Recommended Bolt Torque Dash Size 12 16 20 24 Flange Size 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 Bolt Thread Size 3/8-16 7/16-14 1/2-13 5/8-11 in. lbs. 300 ± 50 375 ± 50 825 ± 75 1500 ± 100 Torque ft. lbs. 30 ± 4.5 46 ± 4.5 69 ± 6 125 ± 8

Table A41 — Code 62 Bolt Size & Assembly Torques

Fig. A41 — 4-bolt split flange connection

Assembly
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Make sure sealing surfaces are free of burrs, nicks, scratches or any foreign particles. Lubricate the O-ring. Position flange and clamp halves. Place lock washers on bolts and bolt through clamp halves. Hand tighten bolts. Torque bolts in diagonal sequence in small increments to the appropriate torque level listed in Table A40 or A41.

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ISO 6149 Port Assembly
ISO 6149 port and stud ends are similar in design to SAE straight thread port and stud ends, respectively. Therefore, the assembly procedure for adjustable and non-adjustable stud ends is the same as that for SAE straight thread ends shown on pages A41 and A42.
ISO 6149 / DIN 3852-T3 Port Assembly — Metric ISO Thread "M" Assembly Torque (+10% -0) ISO 6149-2 Stud Ends ISO 6149-3 Stud Ends (S-Series) (L-Series) (Seal-Lok, EO & (Triple-Lok, EO, Ferulok VSTI-OR Plugs) & Pipe Adapters) N.m. ft. lbs. N.m. ft. lbs. 10 20 35 45 55 70 80 100 170 235 310 320 330 420 500 7.5 15 26 33 41 52 59 74 125 175 230 235 145 310 370 8 15 25 35 40 45 — 60 100 130 160 185 210 260 315 6 11 18 26 30 33 — 44 74 95 120 135 155 190 230
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JIS Parallel Pipe Thread O-Ring Port (JIS B2351, Type “O”) Assembly
The sealing concept of this O-ring port, shown on page A17, is the same as that of SAE straight thread O-ring port. Therefore, the assembly procedure for the adjustable and non-adjustable stud ends is the same as shown on pages A41 and A42. For assembly torques, please contact the Tube Fittings Division.

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Metric Thread M Size M8X1 M10X1 M12X1.5 M14X1.5 M16X1.5 M18X1.5 M20X1.54) M22X1.5 M27X2 M30X21) M33X2 M38X22) M42X2 M48X2 M60X2

ISO 1179 (BSPP, Flat Face) Port Assembly
In ISO 1179 port, the sealing takes place, via several different sealing methods, on the top flat face of the port as seen on page A21. Assembly procedure for all non-adjustable stud ends is the same as the SAE non-adjustable stud end as shown on page A42, except for different sealing methods. The adjustable stud ends (seal type “H”) can be assembled using the procedure shown on page A41. Recommended assembly torques are given in Table A43.

ISO 9974 (Metric Parallel Thread, Flat Face) Port Assembly
This port is similar to ISO 1179 port except with metric threads. It employs similar sealing methods as seen on page A22. Use the same assembly procedure as ISO 1179. Assembly torques are given in Table A44.

1) M30X2 will be added to ISO 6149 standards at next revision. 2) M38X2 is not covered in ISO 6149 standards. 3) These torques are for steel fittings, assembled lubricated. 4) For cartridge valves only.
Table A42 — Assembly Torques for ISO 6149-2 and 6149-3 Stud Ends

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ISO 1179-1 / DIN 3852-T2 Form X Port Assembly — BSPP Thread “G”
Assembly Torque Nm +10% -0 Non-Return Valves RHV / RHZ Form E with EDSealing 18 35 35 50 85 65 140 190 360 540 45 45 60 60 145 100 145 260 360 540 Plugs VSTI-ED Form E with EDSealing 13 30 60 80 140 200 450 450 Straight and Adjustable Fittings O-Ring with Retaining Ring and Bonded Washer 18 35 35 70 90 90 180 310 450 540 35 35 70 70 90 90 180 310 450 540

Straight Male Stud Fittings BSPP Thread G Size G 1/8A G 1/4A G 1/4A G 3/8A G 1/2A G 1/2A G 3/4A G 1A G 1 1/4A G 1 1/2A G G G G G G G G G G 1/4A 1/4A 3/8A 3/8A 1/2A 1/2A 3/4A 1A 1 1/4A 1 1/2A Form A for Sealing Washer 9 35 35 45 65 65 90 150 240 290 35 35 45 45 65 65 90 150 240 290 Form B with Cutting Face 18 35 35 70 140 100 180 330 540 630 55 55 90 90 150 130 270 340 540 700 Form E with EDSealing 18 35 35 70 90 90 180 310 450 540 55 55 80 80 115 115 180 310 450 540

Banjo Fittings

Series

L

Tube O.D. 6 8 10 12 15 18 22 28 35 42 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 25 30 38

WH / TH 18 45 45 70 120 120 230 320 540 700 45 45 70 70 120 120 230 320 540 700

SWVE 18 40 40 65 90 90 125

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40 40 65 65 90 90 125

Note: Lubricate threads before assembly! Tightening torques are for steel fittings assembled in steel components. Table A43 — Assembly Torques for ISO 1179-1 Port

ISO 9974-1 / DIN 3852-T1 Form X Port Assembly — Metric ISO Thread “M”
Assembly Torque Nm +10% -0 Non-Return Valves RHV / RHZ Form E with EDSealing 18 25 35 50 70 125 145 210 360 540 35 45 55 70 100 125 135 210 360 540 Straight and Adjustable Fittings O-Ring with Retaining Ring 15 25 35 40 45 60 100 160 210 260 35 55 70 90 125 135 180 310 450 540

Straight Male Stud Fittings Tube O.D. 6 8 10 12 15 18 22 28 35 42 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 25 30 38 Metric Thread M Size M 10 x 1 M 12 x 1.5 M 14 x 1.5 M 16 x 1.5 M 18 x 1.5 M 22 x 1.5 M 27 x 2 M 33 x 2 M 42 x 2 M 48 x 2 M 12 x 1.5 M 14 x 1.5 M 16 x 1.5 M 18 x 1.5 M 20 x 1.5 M 22 x 1.5 M 27 x 2 M 33 x 2 M 42 x 2 M 48 x 2 Form A for Sealing Washer 9 20 35 45 55 65 90 150 240 290 20 35 45 55 55 65 90 150 240 290 Form B with Cutting Face 18 30 45 65 80 140 190 340 500 630 35 55 70 110 150 170 270 410 540 700 Form E with EDSealing 18 25 45 55 70 125 180 310 450 540 35 55 70 90 125 135 180 310 450 540

Banjo Fittings

Plugs VSTI-ED Form E with EDSealing 12 25 35 55 65 90 135 225 360 360

Series

L

WH / TH 18 45 55 80 100 140 320 360 540 700 45 55 80 100 125 135 320 360 540 700

SWVE 18 35 50 60 80 120 130

S

35 50 60 80 110 120 135

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Note: Lubricate threads before assembly! Tightening torques are for steel fittings assembled in steel components. Table A44 — Assembly Torques for ISO 9974-1 Port

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Tube Fittings Pressure Drop
In hydraulic systems, pressure drop represents loss of energy and therefore should be kept to a minimum. Pressure loss in straight tubing and hose is mainly caused by the frictional resistance of the walls, while in fittings it is mainly caused by changes in the magnitude or direction of the fluid velocity. Mathematical analysis of pressure drop, even though possible, may not be exact because of the interrelationship of factors such as fluid density, velocity, flow area and frictional co-efficients. 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. To determine pressure drop for a given flow, 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. Example: A size 8 CTX, with oil, similar to the test fluid, flowing through it at 4 gallons per minute, would cause a pressure drop of approximately 2.3 psi. Conversions will have to be made for fluids which are not similar to test fluid. The Tube Fittings part numbers are listed below the Pressure Drop Chart to which they apply.

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Examples:

Fig. A43 — Pressure Drop Chart for 90° Fittings or Branch Path Through a Tee or Cross Fitting (Triple-Lok)

Seal-Lok/Metric Seal-Lok* AEL6, CL, C5L, C6L, EL, JL, KL, R5L, R6L S5L, S6L, CML, C87ML, C6ML, EML, JML, KML, R87ML, R6ML, S87ML, S6ML

Triple-Lok CTX, C5X, C6X, ETX, JTX, KTX, RTX, R5X, R6X, STX, S5X, S6X

Ferulok* CU, C5U, C6U, EU, JU, KU, RU, R5U, R6U, SU, S5U, S6U

Pipe* AEG, CD, CR, DD, KMMOO, MMO, MMS, MRO, RRS

*These pressure drop curves were established with Triple-Lok fittings. 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, raised to the 4th power. Example: Find pressure drop for 6C5L at 5 gallons per minute flow rate: From the chart, the pressure drop for 6C5X is 10 psi. Also, the ratio of 6C5X to 6C5L flow diameters is 0.297/0.264, or 1.125. Therefore, the pressure drop for Seal-Lok = 10 x (1.125)4 = 16 psi.

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Fig. A44 — Pressure Drop Chart for Straight Fittings and Run Legs of Tees and Crosses (Triple-Lok)

Seal-Lok/Metric Seal-Lok* FL, F5L, HL, JL, KL, R5L, R6L, S5L, S6L, F87ML, HML, JML, KML, R87ML, R6ML, S87ML, S6ML

Triple-Lok FTX, F5X, HTX, JTX, KTX, LHTX, RTX, R5X, R6X, STX, S5X, S6X

Ferulok* FU, F5U, HU, JU, KU, RU, R5U, R6U, SU, S5U, S6U

Pipe* FF, FG, F5G

Example:

Fig. A45 — Pressure Drop Chart for 45° Elbow Fittings (Triple-Lok)

Seal-Lok/Metric Seal-Lok* V5L, V6L,V87ML, V6ML

Triple-Lok VTX, V5X, V6X

Ferulok* VU, V5U, V6U

Pipe* CD45, DD45

*See footnote on Page A46.

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Product Identification Markings
Parker “P” Appears on Every Forging
All Materials “316” Stainless Steel and “NA1” Monel

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Parker “P” appears on one wrench flat.

Fittings with the Parker “P” in a circle indicate metric flats.

Material is identified on the flat opposite the Parker “P” on stainless steel and monel forgings.

Heat code is stamped on the hex flat for heat traceable parts.

Ferulok Ferrules
Steel Stainless Steel Monel

Barstock Parts
All Materials

Carbon steel ferrules have no knurl.

Stainless steel ferrules have a knurl and a “P” as shown.

Monel ferrules are marked with “NA1”.

Barstock fittings have the Parker “P” and material symbol, for all materials other than standard steel, marked on hex flats. Heat code is stamped on one of the flats of heat traceable parts.

The Parker “P” appears in a circle, on parts with metric flats.

Nuts
Triple-Lok Fittings
Steel — Barstock Steel — Headed

Ferulok Fittings
Steel — Barstock Steel — Headed

Parker “P” and size are marked on flats.

Parker “P” and size are marked on back face of nut.

Parker “P”, size and name are marked on hex flats.

Parker “P”, size and name are marked on back face of nut.

Stainless, Brass and Monel Nuts Parker “P”, material symbol and size are marked on the flats of barstock nuts; and on the back face of headed nuts. Heat code is marked on flats of stainless steel and Monel barstock nuts.

Stainless and Monel Nuts Barstock nuts: Parker “P”, material symbol and size are marked on the flats of barstock nuts. Cold formed nuts: Parker “P” or “Parker” and 6BU-SS are marked on the back face of stainless steel nuts. Heat code is marked on flats of stainless steel and Monel barstock nuts.

Fig. A45 — Marking and Identification (continued on the next page)

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Steel — Barstock Seal-Lok Sleeves Flange Style
INCH TUBING METRIC TUBING

High Strength Steel — Barstock

Parker “P”, size and name are marked on hex flats. Steel — Headed Sleeves have “Parflange®” or “Parflange® Patented” roll marked on the small diameter. Braze Style
INCH TUBING METRIC TUBING

Parker “P”, material, size and name are marked on hex flats. *Indicates high strength nut for use with copper braze tube assembly.

Parker “P”, and size are marked on back face of nut Stainless Parker “P”, material symbol, size, heat code and name are marked on the hex flats.
Fig. A45 (Cont'd.) — Marking and Identification

Conformance Standards For TFD Products
by Product Type or Subject
None (meet SAE J1453 requirements) “EO” Bite Type: ISO 8434-1, DIN 3861 (tube connection), DIN 2353 (configurations) Ferulok: SAE J514, MIL-F-188663) Flange Adapters: Flange end conforms to SAE J518 Tube/Hose ends conform to SAE J514 and SAE J1453 Intru-Lok: None JIS Adapters: JIS B8363 (hex sizes and some center to end dimensions do not conform) K4 Adapters: BS 5200 Metric Seal-Lok: SAE J1453-11) and -21), ISO 8434-3 Metric Triple-Lok: ISO 8434-2 Pipe Fittings: SAE J514 Pipe Plugs: SAE J531 Seal-Lok: SAE J1453 Straight Thread Plugs: SAE J514 Triple-Lok: SAE J514, MIL-F-188663) 07 Adapters: SAE J514
Table A46 — Conformance Standards by Product Type or Subject

Fittings: Bleed Adapters:

Platings: Carbon Steel — Zinc Phosphate: Carbon Steel — Zinc With Yellow Chromate:

DOD - P - 16232, Class 1

ASTM B633 Type II FE/ZN5, Federal QQ-Z-325C - Type II Class 3, MIL-STD - 171 (latest revision), JIS 8610 Class 2 Grade 4 Stainless Steel Passivation: QQ-P35 Type VI, ASTM A380

Test Methods: Leak, Burst, Impulse, Over Torque and Repeated Assembly: SAE J1644, NFPA T3.8.32) and ISO 8434-51) Vibration: NFPA T3.8.32), ISO 7257

1) To be published.

2) Inactive.

3) Some Ferulok and Triple-Lok parts do not conform to MS518XX and MS515XX requirements under MIL-F-18866, respectively. Please contact the Tube Fittings Division for conformance details.
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Applicable Standards For TFD Products
by Standard Number
Seamless and welded type 316 Stainless Steel tubing ASTM B633 Zinc plating ASTM F1387 Mechanically attached fittings — Triple-Lok, Ferulok and Seal-Lok DIN 2353 24° cone compression (bite-type) fitting range (configurations) DIN 3852-1 Metric parallel thread port (ISO 9974-1) DIN 3852-2 BSPP parallel thread port (ISO 1179-1) DIN 3861 24° cone machining and sleeve for compression (bite-type) fittings DIN 3865 24° cone nipple with O-ring DIN 3859 Technical delivery conditions for compression fittings DIN 1630 Seamless steel tube DIN 2391 Seamless precision steel tubes DIN 17458 Stainless steel tubes BSPP, flat face port and stud ends – same ISO 11791) as DIN 3852 - Part 2 ISO 6149 Metric straight thread O-ring port and stud ends – same as SAE J2244 and DIN 3852, Part 3 ISO 6162 Four bolt split flange connections – inch and metric bolts (inch bolt, Part II – same as SAE J518) ISO 8434-1 24° cone bite type fittings (EO fittings) ISO 8434-2 Metric 37° flare fittings (Metric Triple-Lok) ISO 8434-3 Metric face seal fitting with ISO 6149 port end – (Metric Seal-Lok) ISO 8434-4 24° cone bite type fittings with weld nipple (EO Fittings) ISO 8434-5 Test methods for threaded fluid connectors ISO 9974 Metric flat face port and stud ends – same as DIN 3852 - Part 1 JIS B8363 60° cone (male and female) hose adapters MIL-16142 UN/UNF straight thread O-ring port – same as SAE J1926-1 MIL-F-18866 37° flare and flareless tube fittings – TripleLok and Ferulok (dimensionally similar to SAE J514) MIL-33649 Straight thread O-ring port – different from SAE J1926-1
Table A47 — Applicable Standards by Standard Number

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ASTM A269

NFPA T3.8.32) Test methods for steel separable tube fittings SAE J343 Tests and procedures for hose and hose assemblies (impulse test applies to fittings) SAE J356 Welded and flash controlled low carbon steel tubing SAE J512 Automotive tube fittings - 45° flare type - Inverted flare type - Tapered sleeve compression type SAE J514 Hydraulic tube fittings - 37° flare (Triple-Lok) - Flareless – 24° bite type (Ferulok) - O-ring plugs - Pipe fittings - Adapter unions (pipe swivel – “07” adapters) SAE J515 Hydraulic O-rings (SAE straight thread, face seal, four-bolt split flange, and metric O-ring port) SAE J518 Code 61 and 62 four-bolt split flange connections – (same as ISO 6162 Type II flange connection) SAE J524 Seamless low carbon steel tubing SAE J525 Welded and cold drawn low carbon steel tubing SAE J527 Brazed double wall steel tubing SAE J528 Seamless copper tube SAE J531 Automotive pipe, filler and drain plugs (HP and HHP plugs) SAE J533 Flares for tubing – 37° and 45° single and double flares SAE J846 Coding system for identification of fluid connectors Formed tube ends for hose connections SAE J9623) SAE J1065 Pressure ratings for hydraulic tubing SAE J1231 Beaded tube hose fittings SAE J1453 O-ring face seal fitting with SAE port end – (Seal-Lok) SAE J1644 Test methods for fluid connectors SAE J1926 SAE straight thread O-ring port and stud ends – same as ISO 11926 SAE J2244 Metric straight thread O-ring port and stud ends – same as ISO 6149

1) Being revised.

2) Inactive.

3) Superceded by J1231.

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Thread Designations and Standards for Threads Used in Fluid Connectors
Abbreviation Straight Pipe NPSC NPSF American Standard Straight Pipe Threads in Pipe Couplings Couplings Dryseal American Standard Fuel Internal Straight Pipe Threads (generally used in soft or ductile materials to mate with NPTF external taper threads) Dryseal American Intermediate Internal Straight Pipe Threads (for brittle or hard materials; intended to mate with PTF-SAE short external taper threads) American Standard Straight Pipe Threads for Free-Fitting Mechanical Joints for Fixtures (these threads fit freely over NPTF threads. They are used in swivel nuts of 07 adapters) Aeronautical National Taper Pipe Threads (similar to NPT with various additional requirements in gaging) American Standard Taper Pipe Threads for General Use Dryseal American Standard Taper Pipe Threads (used in all of our steel and brass fittings) Dryseal SAE Short Taper Pipe Threads (mainly used in low pressure pneumatic and fuel applications) Dryseal Special Short Taper Pipe Threads Dryseal Special Extra Short Taper Pipe Threads ANSI B1.20.1 FED-STD-H28/7 SAEJ476 ANSI B1.20.3 FED-STD-H28/8 SAE J476 ANSI B1.20.3 FED-STD-H28/8 ANSI B1.20.1 FED-STD-H28/7 Description Applicable Std.

NPSI

NPSM

Taper Pipe ANPT NPT NPTF MIL-P-7105 ANSI B1.20.1 FED-STD-H28/7 SAE J476 ANSI B1.20.3 FED-STD-H28/8 SAE J476 ANSI B1.20.3 FED-STD-H28/8 ANSI B1.20.3 ANSI B1.20.3

PTF — SAE Short PTF — SPL Short1) PTF — SPL Extra Short1) Unified Threads UN UNC UNEF UNF UNS UNJ

Unified Constant Pitch Threads (standard series: 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 20, 28, 32) Unified Coarse Threads Unifed Extra Fine Threads Unified Fine Threads Unified Special Pitch Threads Unified Controlled Root Radius Threads

ANSI B1.1 FED-STD-H28/2 ANSI B1.1 FED-STD-H28/2 ANSI B1.1 FED-STD-H28/2 ANSI B1.1 FED-STD-H28/2 ANSI B1.1 FED-STD-H28/3 ANSI B1.15 FED-STD-H28/4

Table A48 — Thread Designations and Standards for Threads Used in Fluid Connectors (continued on the next page)

1) Used in some pneumatic components where shortened thread depth is required because of lack of enough material due to component size limitations.

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Abbreviation Metric Threads M Metric Screw Threads — M profile ISO 261 ANSI B1.13M FED-STD-H28/21 DIN 158 Description Applicable Std.

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M — Keg British Standard Pipe Threads R (BSPT) Rc (BSPT) Rp or G (BSPP) Japanese Standard Pipe Threads PF1) PT1) PS

Metric Taper Threads (mainly used in Germany)

British Standard Taper Pipe Threads, External British Standard Taper Pipe Threads, Internal British Standard Pipe (Parallel) Threads

BS 21 ISO 7/1 BS 21 ISO 7/1 BS 2779 ISO 228/1

JIS Parallel Pipe Threads JIS Taper Pipe Threads JIS Parallel Internal Pipe Threads (to mate with PT threads)

JIS B202 ISO 228/1 JIS B203 ISO 7/1 JIS B203

Table A48 (Cont'd) — Thread Designations and Standards for Threads Used in Fluid Connectors

1) PF and PT threads are functionally interchangeable with BSPP and BSPT threads, respectively. These are old designations. They are being replaced with G (for PF) and R and Rc (for PT) as documents are revised.

Document Sources for Connector Specifications
ANSI American National Standards Institute 11 West 42nd Street, 13th Floor New York, New York 10036-8002 Phone: 212-642-4900 Fax: 212-398-0023 www.ansi.org/public/std_info.html British Standards Institution 389 Chiswick High Road London, W4 4AL United Kingdom Phone: 44-181-996-9000 Fax: 44-181-996-7400 www.bsi.org.uk/bsis/index.htm British Standards are also available from ANSI Deutsches Institut Fur Normung (German Institute for Standards) Burggrafenstrasse 6 Postfach 1107 D - 1000 Berlin 30, Germany www.beuth.de/beuth.htm/?datenbanken English translations of some German Standards can be obtained from: ANSI — or — Global Engineering Documents 15 Inverness Way East Englewood, CO 80112-9660 Phone: 1-800-854-7179 FED-STD Federal Standard Department of Defense Single Stock Point Commanding Officer Naval Publications and Forms Center 5801 Taber Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19120-5099 International Organization for Standardization Case Postale 56 I, Rue de Varembe CH - 1211 Geneve 20 Switzerland www.iso.ch/infoe/catinfo.html ISO Documents are also available from ANSI Japanese Industrial Standards Published by Japanese Standards Association 1-24 Akasaka 4 Minto-ku, Tokyo 107-8440 Japan Phone: 81-3-3583-8000 Fax: 81-3-3586-2014 English translations of some Japanese Standards can be obtained from ANSI SAE International 400 Commonwealth Drive Click Here to Go to the First Page Warrendale, PA 15096-0001 of the Next Section Phone: 412-776-4841 Fax: 412-776-0002 www.sae.org/prodserv/stds/stdsinfo/ standard.html
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