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1/4 K245 Kim-Krimp Hydraulic Hose - 250 Feet

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SAE 100R16

Package Quantity: 250

Package Weight: 50 lbs

Item: K24504-250

  • HIGH FLEXIBILITY HOSE: Offers half the bend radius of K425 series hose.
  • TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: Most commonly used for high pressure lines on off-the-road construction equipment, farm equipment and other high pressure applications.  Will work with water/glycol, water, hydraulic fluids and diesel fuel.
  • INNER TUBE: Nitrile.
  • REINFORCEMENT: 2 steel braids.
  • COVER: Neoprene.
  • TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +212°F (-40°C to +100°C).
Brand: Kim-Krimp
Burst Pressure: 23,200 P.S.I.
Hose I.D.: 1/4"
Hose O.D.: 17/32"
Length: 250'
Minimum Bend Radius: 2"
Operating Pressure: 5,800 P.S.I.
Operating Temperature: -40° to 212°F
PackageType: Feet
Private Label: Yes


WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  • HIGH FLEXIBILITY HOSE: Offers half the bend radius of K425 series hose.
  • TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: Most commonly used for high pressure lines on off-the-road construction equipment, farm equipment and other high pressure applications.  Will work with water/glycol, water, hydraulic fluids and diesel fuel.
  • INNER TUBE: Nitrile.
  • REINFORCEMENT: 2 steel braids.
  • COVER: Neoprene.
  • TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +212°F (-40°C to +100°C).
Brand: Kim-Krimp
Burst Pressure: 23,200 P.S.I.
Hose I.D.: 1/4"
Hose O.D.: 17/32"
Length: 250'
Minimum Bend Radius: 2"
Operating Pressure: 5,800 P.S.I.
Operating Temperature: -40° to 212°F
PackageType: Feet
Private Label: Yes


WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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