Oil Field Industrial Hoses | Parker | Corrugated Fracturing (Frac) Tank Hose | 7307 Series


Frac-Tank-7307

Series 7307 is a versatile suction and discharge hose designed to handle brine, crude oil, drilling mud, mild chemicals, petroleum waste, sediments, sludges, slurries and water in oil field applications such as frac tank service. The corrugated hose construction incorporates a wire helix that provides full suction capability, flexibility, kink resistance, and a path to conduct a static electrical discharge to ground. The nitrile/SBR cover is resistant to abrasion, oil and weathering. Series 7307 is available in 200-foot continuous lengths.

Note: Do not use with refined oil or fuel.

 

TUBE Black nitrile/SBR
REINFORCEMENT Multiple textile plies with wire helix
COVER

Black nitrile/SBR; corrugated wrapped finish

TEMPERATURE RANGE -20°F to 180°F (-28°C to 82°C)
DESIGN FACTOR 3:1
INDUSTRY STANDARDS None applicable
APPLICATIONS
  • Brine, crude oil, mild chemicals, petroleum waste, sediments, sludges, slurries, water
  • Frac tank transfer, oil field waste recovery, general industrial
VACUUM Full
COMPARE TO Texcel SuperFrac
PACKAGING Coils

 

Part #

ID (in) Reinf Plies OD (in) Min Bend Rad (in) Max Rec WP (psi) Perm Cplng Rec*
7307-6000 6 3 6.710 18.0 150 *
7307-8000 8 3 8.800 24.0 150 *

*Couplings: Refer to CrimpSource at www.safehose.com for coupling recommendations and crimp specifications.

 

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IMPORTANT!
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.

California Prop 65 Warning WARNING: These products 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