KP 100 (1SC)

HD hose in compact design


Properties

Outer layer oil resistant and weatherproof synthetic rubber
Special features narrow bending radius
Insert one high tensile steel wire braided insert
Application Medium pressure circuits with restricted installation spaces, Pre-control hoses, Return hoses
Colour black
Inner layer oil resistant synthetic rubber
Elongation + 2 % to - 4 %
Media Mineral oil, Polyglycol based oil, Water (0°C to + 70°C), Water-oil emulsions
Standard EN 857 1 SC

Hints

The change in length of the hose is determined at max. working pressure during testing to EN ISO 1402.

Article Table

Product Name DN* Size Inches Internal Ø min. mm Internal Ø max. mm Ø Insert min. mm Ø Insert max. mm External Ø max. mm Operating pressure bar Test pressure bar Burst pressure bar Min. bending radius mm
Product Name DN* Size Inches Internal Ø min. mm Internal Ø max. mm Ø Insert min. mm Ø Insert max. mm External Ø max. mm Operating pressure bar Test pressure bar Burst pressure bar Min. bending radius mm
KP 106 6 4 1/4" 6,1 6,9 9,6 10,8 13,5 225,0 450 900 75
KP 108 8 5 5/16" 7,7 8,5 10,9 12,1 14,5 215,0 430 860 85
KP 110 10 6 3/8" 9,3 10,1 12,7 14,5 16,9 180,0 360 720 90
KP 113 12 8 1/2" 12,3 13,5 15,9 18,1 20,4 160,0 320 640 130
KP 116 16 10 5/8" 15,5 16,7 19,8 21,0 23,0 130,0 260 520 150
KP 120 19 12 3/4" 18,6 19,8 23,2 24,4 26,7 105,0 210 420 180
KP 125 25 16 1" 25,0 26,4 30,7 31,9 34,9 88,0 176 352 230
DN = Nominal diameter, nominal width

Disclaimer

Despite careful checking, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information included on this site, and we accept no liability.
All data and information in our online catalogue are based on currently valid standards and the regulations from the employer's liability insurance association. Product safety can only be guaranteed when our assembly instructions are carefully observed. Non-adherence to these regulations can affect product operation and functioning and result in a loss of warranty. Our warranty is only valid for HANSA-FLEX products. Our products are constantly subject to further development and technical changes are therefore possible.