What is the common SAE standard hydraulic hoses and the types they represent

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SAE (American Society of Automotive Engineers) has developed a series of standards for hydraulic hose, which mainly involve the structural type, size, pressure rating and service conditions of the hose. Here are some common SAE standard hydraulic hoses and the types they represent.

Classification from application:

SAE 100 R1:Single layer steel wire braided hose for medium pressure applications.

SAE 100 R2:Two layers steel wire braided hose for medium to high pressure applications.

SAE 100 R4:Wire spiral and fiber braided combined hose for oil absorption and low pressure applications.

SAE 100 R5:One layer of steel wire and one layer of fiber braided combined hose for medium pressure applications with high flexibility.

SAE 100 R6: Fiber braided hose for low pressure applications.

SAE 100 R7:One layer of steel wire and one layer of fiber braided combined hose for medium pressure applications with high flexibility.

SAE 100 R8: High pressure thermoplastic tube.

SAE 100 R9/R10/R12: Multi-layer (usually four-layer) high-strength steel wire spiral hose for ultra-high pressure applications.

SAE 100 R13/R15: Multi-layer (usually six-layer) high-strength steel wire spiral hose for ultra-high pressure applications.

SAE 100 R14: PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) hose, commonly used in high-temperature and chemical applications.

SAE 100 R16: Compact high pressure hose with thin jacket layer.

SAE 100 R17: Compact high pressure hose with one or two layers of wire braided.

Conclusion:

These standards define different types and applications of hydraulic hoses to suit a variety of working environments and requirements. Each type of hose has specific design characteristics, such as weaving, material and pressure level, to meet the needs of different industrial applications.

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