2022N Series Parker Parflex Hose

Note: 2022N Series High Pressure Hose is recommended as a replacement of HP8 Series High Pressure Hose. Parker stopped production of HP8 in September 2018.


Features & Certifications


  • 10,000 psi working pressure at 4:1  design factor 
  • Meets or exceeds SAE J517 for less than 50 microamps leakage under 75000 volts per foot*
  • Lightweight, ultra-flexible design 
  • Abrasion resistant polyurethane cover in standard black or non-conductive orange
  • Available in long continuous lengths
  • Seamless polyamide core tube
  • Compact bend radius


  • Industrial Hydraulics
  • Mobile Machinery
  • Rescue Equipment 
  • Rigging Jacks
  • Hydraulic Tools
  • Non-flammable Gas Transfer


Tube: Polyamide

Reinforcement: Aramid Fiber Braid

Cover: Polyurethane (Perforated on 2022N-04V10-P)

Operating Parameters
Temperature range: -40 F° to 176° F (-40° C to 80° C) 
Min. Burst Pressure is 4x Max. Working Pressure at 73°F (23°C)


  • Warning tags are required for all hose assemblies
  • Bend restrictors are required for all hand held applications. Parker Parflex suggests the use bend restrictors for all assemblies
  • Only use 2022N-04V10-P for non-flammable gas transfer applications.


Sizes and specifications

Part Number Nominal I.D. Maximum O.D. Maximum Working Pressure Minimum Bend Radius Weight
part no. part no. nominal id max od max press bend radius lbs kg
General Industrial Non-Conductive inch mm inch mm psi bar inch mm lbs/ft  kg/m
2022N-04V10-P 2022N-04V15* 1/4 6.4 .560 13.8 10000 690 3.9 100 .09 0.14 


Hose and hose fittings series must be correctly matched. Using any fittings other than those specifically designated by the hose manufacturer for use with each specific hose can lead to hose assembly failure. Hose assembly failures have lead to damage, injury and death.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and/or DEHP and/or carbon black, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov