Ultra High-Pressure Hydraulic Products, Hose Assemblies

Hose 250 MPa, DN 5

The CEJN High-Pressure hose is a spiralized steel reinforced polymer hose that picks up where conventional product capabilities stop. It gives you ultra-high working pressure with maintained flexibility through entire life. Its low volumetric expansion gives fast response time in hydraulic systems while the smooth inner bores provide a minimized pressure drop. A long-lasting service time and extended hose life in even the toughest applications is a result of the kink-resistant steel-reinforced construction, abrasion-resistant covers and a superior chemical resistance. The small outside diameter makes the hose ideal for tight routing.

Hose 250 MPa, DN 5
Technical data
Design: Inner tube of polyoxymethylene (POM), 6 spiral layers of high tensile steel wire, outer sheath of polymide (PA)
ID x OD: 4.7 x 13.0 mm
Max. working pressure: 250.0 MPa
Min. burst pressure: 625.0 MPa
Min. bend radius: 175 mm (6.9")
Weight: 410 g/m (14.4 oz)
Temperature range: -40°C — +100°C (-40°F — +212°F)
Hose Part No. Description
  19 951 2501199512501Red

End Connections Part No. Description
  19 951 2530199512530G 1/4" male with 120° ext. sealing cone (CMS)
 19 951 2534199512534G 1/4" male flat end for copper washer
 19 951 2531199512531Sealing head (60°) + G 1/4" female swivel nut
 19 951 2533199512533M16x1.5 male with 60° ext. cone
 19 951 253219951253259° ext. sealing cone + 9/16"-18 UNF female swivel nut

Accessories Part No. Description
  19 951 1880199511880Protection hose PVC

Check with an authorized CEJN distributor for availability and prices. Other connections and sealing material on request. Some part numbers may be subject to minimum order quantities. CEJN reserves the right to make changes without further notification. Thread connections are listed according to ISO Standards. All measurements are in mm.

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