|Description||Hose Size |
|Hose Size |
|Burst PSI||Wgt/Ft||Part No.|
|Aeroquip 306 Hose|
|A low-pressure hose for instrument air & vacuum lines. Consists of an inner tube of seamless synthetic rubber, reinforced with a single layer of cotton braid and a synthetic rubber cover. Used with slip-over hose fittings such as the AN840 series, or with Aeroquip 471 hose fittings when connecting to AN type fittings. Conforms to Specification MIL-H-5593. Specify hose I.D. when ordering. Sold by the foot.|
Works great. Never had the outside covered with oil. If you do you have a leak somewhere it’s not the hose.
Very happy with the quality. I ordered 2 and received 28 Im giving four stars because the delivery took a bit longer than expected.
Does what it is supposed to do, but the outside surface becomes moist with oil soon after initial use. No dripping, but I wish it would stay dry.
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Per the supplier: The Shelf life is 32 quarters or 8 years.
The 471 fittings are used on 306 Aeroquip hose. The dash number indicates what size fitting works with the size hose, example 471-4D works with 306-4 hose.
The 306 listed on this page is priced and sold by the foot. We do not sell in fractions of a foot, so for 10 meters your would need to order qty 33 feet and then trim off the 0.2 extra hose.
The 306 hose also has the operating temperatures of -65F to +165F.
No 306 is not approved for fuel. You would want 303 hose.
Yes it can.
306 hose is approved for instrument air and vac lines, you would need to speak with your A&P/IA to determine the correct hose for your application.