|Extruded silicone hose specially recommended for engine cooling and heating system applications.|
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
|Physical Tests||Method||SAE |
|Cold Flexibility |
|SAE J20 (5.1.2)||Not Fracture, not show |
any cracks or breaks
|Ozone Test |
|ASTM D-1149||Not show any cracks||Pass|
|Kink Test (%)||SAE J20 (5.1.4)||Collapse allowed 25%||<9|
Very high quality material and finishing.
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No, these are for experimental aircraft applications only.
Per the supplier: Yes, it will work just fine.
Per the supplier: -50 inches vac / 350 temp / 100 psi. It is the same hose Rapco uses.
This hose is not recommended for fuel or oil.
It is intended for use in the engine cooling and heating systems. It could probably be used in a vacuum system but it may be a little heavier than needed.