Selecting a High Pressure Hydraulic Hose Supplier

Hydraulic hoses provide an efficient means of moving materials that cannot be carried by hand and also maintain stable pressure readings within them.

Parker Hannifin’s GlobalCore system makes selecting high pressure hydraulic hoses easier by classifying them based on their maximum working pressure and offering color-coded laylines to increase safety and make installation simpler.


There are various hydraulic hose specifications. Certain options, like those made with nitrile with metal wire braid, tend to be more flexible. Knowing your application details will help determine which flexibility options best meet your needs.

Hydraulic hoses must have flexible protection that can withstand abrasion and vibration. Jason Industrial provides Dreamshield rubber covers, which boast six to eight times greater abrasion resistance than traditional materials – ideal for airport ground support equipment where failure could compromise traveler safety.

ISO 14000 registered manufacturer of flexible interlocked metal armor hose. Available in sizes with nominal IDs from 1/8 in. to 5/8 in. and coil lengths up to 25 feet long coil length. Custom sizes also available.


Your hydraulic machinery relies on its hoses being strong and durable to withstand constant use without leakage or breakage causing costly downtime, damage and faults – which costs millions in lost productivity. Their longevity depends heavily on what materials go into creating their rubber compounds that compose their construction as well as any standards to which they’re designed and created.

ISO 18752 performance definitions outline specific hose grades and types based on temperature and impulse pressure cycle ratings, enabling hoses to operate at set temperatures while meeting maximum working pressure ratings of their system. By adding components like quick-acting pressure-relief valves, excessive pressure spikes that accumulate over time may also be prevented resulting in potential hose failure.

Heat Resistance

Hydraulic hoses transport pressurized hydraulic fluid between components within a hydraulic system. As extreme temperatures can degrade many plastics and elastomeric materials, weakening their strength, flexibility and abrasion resistance capabilities over time, hydraulic hoses must have the ability to withstand such temperatures to remain effective.

Heat resistance of hoses is determined by their outer cover material – typically rubber or synthetic fabric – designed to withstand industrial environments’ extreme temperatures and abrasions. Furthermore, its durability relies on its reinforcement layer – typically composed of metal or synthetic fiber.

Distributor of high-heat, abrasion resistant and antistatic flexible hose products designed for autoclaving, sterilizing, crushing, ozone radiation moisture weathering applications including industrial milk handling food processing applications as well as custom engineering fabrication consulting and crib management services.

Resistance to Chemicals

Chemical resistant hoses are essential in industrial settings where chemical transport safety is of utmost importance. Different hoses are tailored for different chemicals and must meet strict standards; so it is crucial that you understand all available types, materials and factors when selecting an ideal hose to suit your needs.

Rubber or vinyl construction hoses are often preferred, as they provide excellent chemical resistance as well as excellent resistance against abrasion and high temperatures. However, some chemicals require metal or PTFE linings in order to withstand harsh substances and extreme pressure levels.

Parker 791 hydraulic hose is ideal for use with petroleum-based hydraulic fluids, lubricating oils, emulsions and water/glycol hydraulic fluids. It features an MSHA-compliant tough cover resistant to abrasion.

Pressure Resistance

Hydraulic systems rely on pressurized fluid to transmit force and energy between equipment, exerted on it by pressurized fluid. Hydraulic hoses come in many different sizes and pressure ratings to meet varying applications; their three primary components being inner tube, reinforcement and outer covering.

The inner hose is constructed with synthetic rubber that is oil resistant and offers superior abrasion, ozone and weather resistance; its reinforcement comprises single steel wire braid while its cover features an abrasion-resistant synthetic fabric cover.

Distributor of automotive, metric, flexible hydraulic transfer hose. Custom length hoses can be cut upon request and come complete with fittings. Engineering services as well as fabrication management, crib management, process audits and evaluation evaluation services are provided as additional offerings.