1 Eaton Everflex Hose and Fittings Catalog Solutions for Your Most Demanding Applications Everflex Eaton has been a pioneer in the production of hoses made with Teflon resin. Everflex hoses are ideally suited for use in Applications where high and low temperature, chemical resistance, low coefficient of friction, flexibility, and non-aging characteristics are required. Since 1961, Everflex has been the premier brand of hose products made from Teflon resin for use in truck, chemical, hot melt, paper and pulp, hot presses, steam, packaging, paint, machinery and many other Demanding Applications . Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont used under license by Eaton . 2 Eaton Everflex Hose Catalog E-HOEV-MC001-E5 February 2014. Everflex Hose Application Data A. Smooth Bore Hose B. Table of Contents Design Considerations Section A. Safety Information A-2. Steam Hose Safety Information A-3.
2 Steam Temperatures A-4. Convoluted Hose C. Why Eaton Everflex Hose? A-5 and Hose Ends How to Order A-6. Hose Length Information A-6. Warranty A-6. Everflex Smooth Bore Hose Section B. S-Series B-2 Everswage D. SC-Series B-3. S-TW Series B-4. Swaged Hose Ends, SC-TW Series B-5 Components and Fitting B-Series and M-Series B-6. S3-PVC Series B-7. Hi-PSI Series B-8. FC493 B-9 E-Series Crimp E. FC740 and FC742 B-10 Hose Ends and Fittings SC-GTW LP Gas Hose B-11. Convoluted Hose and Hose Ends Section C. Conv-O-Crimp Bulk Hose C-2. Conv-O-Crimp Hose Ends C-3. Everswage Swaged Hose Ends, Components and Fitting Section D. Everswage Hose Ends D-2 Field Attachable Fittings F. Everswage Components D-6. Everswage Fitting Bill of Material Cross-Reference D-8. E-Series Crimp Hose Ends and Fittings Section E. E-Series Crimp Hose Ends E-2. Field Attachable Fittings Section F. Fittings for use with Everflex Hose S-TW, SC-TW F-2.
3 Everflex Hose Accessories Section G. Everflex Hose Accessories G. Firesleeve & Chafe Sleeve G-2. Spring Guards G-3. Guardian Sleeve G-4. Assembly Equipment Section H. Everswage Equipment & Tooling H-2. Everswage Tooling Selector Chart H-3 Assembly Equipment H. E-Series Barrel Crimp Tooling Selector Chart H-4. Conv-O-Crimp Equipment & Tooling H-6. Field Attachable Fittings Assembly Equipment H-7. Chemical Resistance Chart Section I. Partial List of Chemicals - Everflex Only I-2. Chemical Resistance Chart I. Eaton Everflex Hose Catalog E-HOEV-MC001-E5 February 2014 3. A. Design Considerations Basic Considerations in Hose Selection Smooth Bore vs. walls will provide better can be fitted with several Braid Material Convoluted resistance to buckling. different forms of external 304 Stainless is the The primary differentiators Thick wall hoses are also protection. Options include baseline braid material for between smooth and less permeable with both extruded thermoplastic and most hoses made with convoluted tubes are size fluids and gases than thin silicone sleeves, slip-over or Teflon.
4 316 Stainless is the and bend radius. Smooth wall hoses. Thin wall hoses integral fire-resistant sleeves, recommended material for bore hoses are generally only tend to have a lower price and a variety of metallic marine hose Applications . available in tube diameters of because they contain less and fabric protective braids. Monel is available for hoses one inch or less, and they will material. Most Everflex Hoses used in vacuum exposed to severe corrosion have much greater minimum hoses are classified as Applications , particularly at environments, and bronze bend radii. For example, one either thin wall (.030 ) or high temperatures, are often is used in Applications inch smooth bore hose has thick wall (.040 ). fitted with internal coils or where hoses may rub a minimum bend radius of sleeves to prevent collapse. together or against other Fittings 12 inches while the same Conductive vs.
5 Pieces of equipment. In the size convoluted hose has a Hoses made with Teflon Non-Conductive Teflon latter case, the excellent minimum bend radius of only can use crimp, swage, or Hoses, typically fuel lines lubricity of bronze often can three inches. Convoluted reusable fittings. The choice carrying low-viscosity deliver longer wear life than hoses are also more resistant is largely one of individual hydrocarbons at high flow stainless steel. Braid material to collapse in vacuum. preference, since there are rates, tend to build-up static is also a major factor in the Smooth bore hoses tend no significant performance electrical charges that can pressure rating for a given to have a lower price than differences between the arc through the Teflon to the hose. Special braid materials same-sized convoluted hoses. systems. braid. This can create a pin- and configurations are Wall Thickness Interior & Exterior hole in the Teflon.
6 Specifying available to handle pressures Treatments conductive Teflon will allow up to 5,000 psi. In Applications where a hose is flexed severely, thicker Hoses exposed to severe the static charge to bleed off environmental conditions harmlessly to the fitting. Table of Contents Safety Information A-2. Steam Hose Safety Information A-3. Steam Temperatures A-4. Why Eaton Everflex Hose A-5. How to Order A-6. Hose Length Information A-6. Warranty A-6. A-1 Eaton Everflex Hose Catalog E-HOEV-MC001-E5 February 2014. Safety Information A. This catalog is intended as a guide in This symbol is used WARNING: Selection of the proper end selecting the proper hose and fittings for when personal injury is fittings for the hose end possible. the Applications listed herein. It contains application is essential to the proper operation cautions, warnings, guidelines and directions and safe use of the hose WARNING: A failure for the safe and proper use of Everflex hose.
7 And related equipment. of Everflex hose in service Inadequate attention to the All these directions and footnotes should be can result in personal selection of the end fittings injury, death or damage read and understood before specifying or for your application can of property. result in leaking or the hose using any of these hoses. ends blowing off the hose, Do not use Everflex hose leading to serious at temperatures or pres- personal injury, death or sures above those recom- property damage. mended by the manufac- turer. All operators must The use or intermixing of be thoroughly trained in fittings and hose not the care and use of this specifically engineered and hose and must at all times designed for use with the wear protective clothing. Eaton Everflex equipment A hose or system failure may result in the produc- could cause the release of tion of an unsafe or unreli- a poisonous, corrosive or able hose assembly.
8 The flammable material. Eaton limited warranty is contingent upon the fact WARNING: These that only Eaton Everflex hoses can be used to con- end fittings and Eaton vey hazardous chemicals, Everflex hose be used on steam, hot liquids or other Eaton Everflex assembly dangerous materials which equipment. can cause death, serious injury including burns, In order to avoid serious pressure wounds or chemi- bodily injury or property cal exposure if released damage resulting from accidentally. They should, selection of the wrong end therefore, only be handled fitting, you should carefully or worked on by personnel review the information in properly trained in the safe this catalog. handling of the materials or chemicals being conveyed in the hoses. WARNING: In the case of low viscosity hydrocarbon fluids moving at high flow rates, it is necessary to use conductive tubed Everflex hose products.
9 Eaton Everflex Hose Catalog E-HOEV-MC001-E5 February 2014 A-2. Steam Hose Safety Information A. Make Your Selection Make Sure the Hose Common Sense Periodic Maintenance With Safety In Mind is Installed Properly with Steam Hose of Steam Hose S. elect a hose identified as A. void extreme flexing P. rovide operators All steam hoses are expect- steam hose construction. of the hose near the with adequate safety ed to wear out in time. It is I dentify the type of coupling. If necessary, clothing, include gloves, important to continually be service the steam hose use elbows in the piping rubber boots, full length on the look-out for hose is required to accomplish system to assure a protective clothing, and that has deteriorated to and review these straight line connection eye protection. The the point where it can no considerations: with the hose. objective is to provide longer provide safe service.
10 I nstalling and using a protection from scalding The following guidelines a) Is the hose manually burns resulting from can help in that determina- handled? shut-off valve between the steam source and splash-back of steam or tion. Operators should be b) What is the antici- the hose will maximize hot water. aware of the obvious signs pated frequency of service life and operator E. nsure that the work area of trouble. They include: use? safety. Eaton considers is free of tripping hazards S. team leakages at the c) What is the actual such a valve mandatory and other clutter. coupling ends or any- pressure of the for safe operation. D. o not allow the hose to where along the length steam service? T. he use of spring guards remain pressurized when of the hose. d) Is it subject to surges can relieve some of the not in service. Turning off F. lattened or kinked areas or peak pressures?