Areas of application
|Stability under pressure|
Specifications apply only to the hose (medium water, 20°C). The potential working pressure may be lower than specified above for hose lines with couplings due to the nominal pressure of the couplings or the type of assembly.
BS 6391:2009 with British Instantaneous couplings:
Ø 38–76 mm: max. working pressure 15 bar
Ø 89: max. working pressure 12 bar
Approval can only be given by the manufacturer upon clarification of the exact area of application.
In accordance with BS 6391:2009:
Ø 38–89: 22.5 bar
|Inside diameter in mm||Weight in g/m||Wall thickness in mm||Working pressure in bar||Max. working pressure in bar||Burst pressure in bar||Approval|
|38||300||2.3||16||20||50||BSI Kitemark BS 6391|
|45||340||2.3||16||20||50||BSI Kitemark BS 6391|
|52||400||2.5||16||20||50||BSI Kitemark BS 6391|
|64||540||2.6||16||20||50||BSI Kitemark BS 6391|
|70||600||2.8||16||20||50||BSI Kitemark BS 6391|
|75||650||2.9||16||20||50||BSI Kitemark BS 6391|
Specifications apply only to the hose. The potential working pressure may be lower than specified above for hose lines with couplings due to the nominal pressure of the couplings or the type of assembly.
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