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Ralston Instruments QTQT-HOS-2FT

Quick-test 6900PSI Hose,Brass Hose Ends,2ft(61cm)long

Order #: QTQT-HOS-2FT

Mfg Part #: QTQT-HOS-2FT

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Microbore hoses that provide a very quick, low volume, high pressure way of connecting to any pressure instrumentation, hand pump, calibration source or device under test

  • Low volume reduces the pumping effort or compressed gas usage in pressure calibration
  • No thread sealant required – connect to adapters without wrenches, thread sealant or thread tape
  • Bubble tight connections to 6900 psi (475 bar) with no moving parts reduces maintenance to almost zero
  • Hose is hard to break and very flexible
  • Adapt from hose to virtually any device under test with only one connection
  • Silver color dramatically reduces the effect that changing temperature has on pressure stability
  • A corrosion resistant strain-relief on each hose end reduces wear and dramatically increases hose life
  • Hose is excellent for inert gas applications (except Helium and Argon)
  • Hose is pin-pricked for use in Natural Gas applications
  • Made in U.S.A.
  • Length: 2 ft
  • Pressure Range: 0 to 6900 psi (0 to 475 bar)
  • Burst Pressure: 27000 psi (1,860 bar)
  • End 1: Female Quick-test, brass
  • End 2: Female Quick-test, brass
  • Temperature range: -40 to 140 °F (-40 to 60 °C)
  • Outer Diameter: 0.2 in (5.1 mm)
  • Inner Diameter: 0.08 in (2.0 mm)
  • Minimum Bend Radius: 1 in (25.4 mm)
  • Color: Silver
  • Construction: Polyamide core tube, High tensile synthetic fiber and polyamide outer cover
  • End materials: Brass
  • Fluid Media: Air, Inert Gas, Natural Gas, Petroleum Based Oil, Water