Loc-Line - 41401 Coolant Hose Component, Acetal Copolymer, Segment, 5-3/4" Length, 1/4" Hose ID (Pack of 2) 0.25 Inch
Loc-Line - 41401 Coolant Hose Component, Acetal Copolymer, Segment, 5-3/4" Length, 1/4" Hose ID (Pack of 2)
The Loc-Line hose component is two hose segments made of blue acetal copolymer plastic for use with coolant. The acetal copolymer plastic resists corrosion and moisture and can be used with acetone, alcohol, ethyl, greases, oils, commercial dish detergents, gasoline, lacquer solvents, and sodium hydroxide. The component has a maximum operating temperature of 170 degrees F. The material meets National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)/American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 14, 51, and 61 specifications for use with drinking (potable) water, and complies with Registration, Evaluation, Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) and Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) standards. The component connects to other Loc-Line components by a ball-and-socket design that snaps together for a tight seal.SpecificationsMaximum Pressure, 1/4" Inner Diameter30 psi (up to 110 psi with element clamp)Maximum Flow, 1/4" Inner Diameter250 gallons/hourMaximum Pressure, 1/2" Inner Diameter20 psi (up to 110 psi with element clamp)Maximum Flow, 1/2" Inner Diameter478 gallons/hourMaximum Pressure, 3/4" Inner Diameter10 psiMaximum Flow, 3/4" Inner Diameter1,140 gallons/hourLockwood Products manufactures the Loc-Line modular hose system of low-pressure hose and couplings used for coolant, air delivery, smoke and dust removal, and other applications. The company, founded in 1981, is headquartered in Lake Oswego, OR.
- Two segments of Loc-Line modular hose
- Connects to Loc-Line fittings or another Loc-Line hose segment
- Acetal copolymer plastic has a blue color, resists corrosion and moisture, and can be used with acetone, alcohol, ethyl, greases, oils, commercial dish detergents, gasoline, lacquer solvents, and sodium hydroxide
- Maximum operating temperature of 170 degrees F
- Material meets NSF/ANSI standards 14, 51, and 61 for drinking (potable) water