Composite Industrial Hoses | Parker | Aggressive Chemical Transfer Hose | 4100 Series


Parker's Series 4100 Composite Aggressive Chemical Suction Hose provides excellent service across a variety of chemical media in medium pressure applications. The hose is lighter weight, more flexible and significantly easier to bend, install and handle than conventional rubber hoses. Series 4100 provides full suction capability, resists crushing and kinking and absorbs vibration, keeping the hose securely in place. The distinctive green cover is easily identified and the hose incorporates stainless steel inner and outer helical wires for extreme chemical resistance, and is qualified with permanent crimp couplings for a safe and secure connection in challenging applications.

NOTE: Not for dry material service.

 

INNER WIRE Stainless steel (S)
INNER LINER Polypropylene fabric
HOSE WALL Multiple layers of fabric/film/tubes
COVER Green PVC-covered polyester
OUTER WIRE Stainless steel (S)
TEMPERATURE RANGE

-40°F to 212°F (-40°C to 100°C)

DESIGN FACTOR 4:1
INDUSTRY STANDARDS None applicable
APPLICATIONS Chemicals, inks, paints, plant processing, rail cards, tank trucks
VACUUM Full
COMPARE TO Apollo 1052P, Dantec Danchem SS/SG; Peraflex SSP/SGP Chemical; Tift 951 SS/SG; Uni-Chem SS/SG; Wilcox 4094SS/4091SG
COUPLINGS 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 #

ID (in) Min Bend Rad (in) Max Rec WP (psi) Max Lg (ft)
4100SS-1000 1 5.0 250 75
4100SS-1500 1-1/2
6.0 250 75
4100SS-2000 2 6.5 250 75
4100SS-2500 2-1/2 8.0 250 75
4100SS-3000 3 9.5 250 70
4100SS-4000 4 16.0 250 70
4100SS-6000 6 20.0 250 65
4100SS-8000 8 29.0 250 65

 Outer wire also available in Galvanized Steel. Example part number: 4100SG-1000.

 

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California Prop 65 Warning 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