Parker HMKA | Komatsu Male Unions

 Parker Komatsu Male Unions

 

Komatsu Male Unions

Part #: HMKA
Manufacturer: Parker

 

30° Flare


TUBE
FITTING
PART #

END SIZE

H
HEX
(mm)

L
(mm)

Dynamic
Pressure
(x 1,000 PSI)

1
(in.)

2
Metric Thread

S

4-4HMKA

1/4

M14 X 1.5

17

39.4

4.0

6-6HMKA

3/8

M18 X 1.5

22

43.4

4.0

8-8HMKA

1/2

M22 X 1.5

24

47.5

4.0

10-10HMKA

5/8

M24 X 1.5

27

52.1

4.0

12-12HMKA

3/4

M30 X 1.5

32

63.2

4.0

16-16HMKA

1

M33 X 1.5

38

72.1

4.0


 

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