PTFE Chemical Transfer Hose | Parker 5100 Series

PTFE Chemical Transfer Hose - Series 5100

 

THE INFORMATION BELOW IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY. THE HOSE IS NO LONGER MANUFACTURED.

Parker PTFE Chemical Transfer Hose Sizes & Specifications 

  • Inner Wire: Stainless steel (S)
  • Inner Liner: Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE / Teflon®) film
  • Hose Wall: Multiple layers of fabric/film/tubes
  • Cover: Red PVC coated polyester
  • Outer Wire: Stainless steel (S)
  • Temp Range: -40°F to +212°F (-40°C to +100°C)
  • Brand Method: Black text on gold stripe
  • Brand Example: PARKER SERIES 5100 PTFE CHEMICAL TRANSFER HOSE 250 PSI MAX WP MADE IN USA
  • Design Factor: 4:1
  • Industry Standards: None applicable
  • Applications: Chemicals, inks, paints, pharmaceuticals, plant processing, rail cars, tank trucks NOTE: Not for dry material service.
  • Vacuum: Full
  • Compare To: Apollo 1052T; Dantec Danflon SS/SG; Peraflex SST/SGT Aggressive Chemical; Tift 947 Tel-Flex SS/SG; Uni-Chem Uni-Flon SS/SG; Wilcox 4124SS/4121SG
  • Standard Wire: S (Stainless) inner and outer
  • Available Wire Options: See table below
  • Alternate P/N Example: 5100SG-4000 (Stainless inner, Galvanized outer)
  • Coupling Rec: Permanently attached one-piece male pipe or flanged ends; cam and groove.
  • Assemblies: Per customer requirement; hydrostatically tested to 150% of the rated working pressure.

Part Number

ID
(in)

ID
(mm)

Approx Wt
(lbs/ft)

Min Bend Rad
(in)

Max Rec WP
(psi)

Max Lg
(ft)

5100SS-1000

1

25.4

0.8

5.0

250

75

5100SS-1500

1-1/2

38.1

1.0

6.0

250

75

5100SS-2000

2

50.8

1.2

6.5

250

75

5100SS-2500

2-1/2

63.5

1.6

8.0

250

75

5100SS-3000

3

76.2

2.0

9.5

250

70

5100SS-4000

4

101.6

4.4

16.0

250

70

5100SS-6000

6

152.4

7.0

20.0

250

65

5100SS-8000

8

203.2

10.0

29.0

250

65

 PTFE chemical transfer 5100 series


WARNINGS!
„It is the responsibility of the user to determine if the hose is suitable for the application. Elevated temperatures can change the chemical resistance ratings. Many chemicals will become more aggressive as temperatures increase, reducing the ability of hose materials to withstand them. Refer to the Safety and Technical section for safety, handling and use information. Refer to the Composite Hose table in the Chemical Guide section to determine compatibility with specific chemicals. If no data exists, users are required to perform compatibility testing at the desired temperature.
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