Light duty Annular Corrugated Flexible Hose

Light duty Annular Corrugated Flexible Hose Low pressure stainless steel braided corrugated hose is designed to stay and bend in a certain position providing a stress-free connection between piping systems. To some extent, it can absorb part of vibration and noise created by the equipment. Unbraid or single braid is available.

Light duty flexible metal hose is often used in static places where flow velocity is constantly slow and working pressure is usually low. Its advantage lies in its long service life which can last the machine.

Features:

Low pressure stay-put metal hose

  • Low working pressure;
  • Excellent for static applications;
  • Extreme temperature range.
  • Premium resistances against weathers and chemicals.

Product description:

  • Corrugated hose: T316, T321;
  • Wire braid: T304;
  • Hose I.D.: 1/4″ through 2″;
  • Braid: unbraid or single;
  • Max. working pressure: 900psi;
  • Working temperature: cryogenic to 1250°F.

What does item number mean?

  • LP – abbreviation of Low Pressure;
  • 40 – Stainless steel T321, T316 should be specially ordered.
  • 00 – unbraided;
  • 50 – single braid;
  • 51 – double braid;
  • -4 – hose inside diameter in SAE Dash.
Low Pressure Corrugated Metal Hose
Item No.Hose
I.D. (in.)
Nos of
Braids
Hose
O.D. (in.)
Static
Min.
Bend
Radius (in.)
Dynamic
Min.
Bend
Radius (in.)
Max. Working
Pressure
(psi)
Burst
Pressure (psi)
Weight
per ft. (lbs.)
LP4000-41/400.411n/a90n/a0.04
LP4050-410.4790036000.11
LP4000-63/800.651.2n/a70n/a0.1
LP4050-610.7180032000.17
LP4000-81/200.771.5n/a70n/a0.11
LP4050-810.8366526600.19
LP4000-105/800.961.8n/a57n/a0.17
LP4050-1011.0250020000.26
LP4000-123/401.162.1n/a43n/a0.19
LP4050-1211.2238015200.29
LP4000-16101.472.7n/a43n/a0.26
LP4050-1611.5335514200.42
LP4000-201 1/401.753.1n/a43n/a0.29
LP4050-2011.8128011200.47
LP4000-241 1/202.083.9n/a28n/a0.47
LP4050-2412.1426410560.71
LP4000-32202.615.1n/a14n/a0.59
LP4050-3212.692218840.9

Notes:

  • Bend radius measured from the centerline of the hose;
  • Working pressure decreases at the temperature increases.
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