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82-M-R-STANDPIPE-STR

82-M-R-STANDPIPE-STR
Item #: 33482-10-10B

Product Info

Parker Hannifin

Parker 82 Series “Push-Lok®” Fittings are push-on, barb-style field-attachable hydraulic fittings that allow users to quickly and easily make hose assemblies right on the job site without special tools. When coupled with Parker’s Push-Lok hoses, 82 series fittings deliver convenience and shorter assembly times, as no clamp is required. Reusable 82 Series fittings feature a one-piece construction for reduced complexity and less chance of leakage. Compatible with the Push-Lok family of multipurpose hoses, 82 series fittings can be used with high temperature, dry air, hot water, fire-resistant, and higher pressure hoses. Offered in a wide range of end configurations and in sizes ranging from size -4 /DN 6) to size -16 (DN 25), 82 Series fittings are available in steel, brass or stainless steel steel. Applications include pneumatics, petroleum-base fluids, antifreeze, diesel, and phosphate ester.

Features:

  • Can be assembled in field with wrenches
  • Imperial HEX
  • Wide range of end configurations
  • One piece reduces complexity and leakage path
  • No-Skive technology offers easy, efficient, and safe production processes

    Applications:

  • Petroleum base hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils
  • Pneumatic
  • Antifreeze solutions
  • Diesel fuels
  • Phosphate ester
  • Dry air and water
  • Compatible Hoses:

  • 801PLUS
  • 801RH
  • 804
  • 821FR
  • 830M
  • 836
  • 837BM
  • 8337PU
  • 838M
  • 846
  • Markets:

    Machine Tools | Paper Industry | Injection Moulding Machines | Ground Support Equipment | Chemical Industry | Transfer Lines | PET Blow Forming Machines | Robots and Welding Installations | Power electronics

    Item Specifications

    • -10
    • 5/8 Inch 15.9 MM
    • Brass
    • Hose Products
    • Fluid Connector
    • 10 Inch
    • 82 - HPDE
    • Straight
    • Inch Standpipe (Brass)
    • 0.18 lbs per

    $34.22 /EA
    NOT IN STOCK
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