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45° SAE FLANGE 6000 P.S.I.   PART NUMBER HOSE FLANGE   B mm L mm D mm  M mm  S mm   DN In SIZE             H876C0 – 10 – 12 16 5/8″ 10 3/4″ 18 61,9 41,3 28 8,76 H876C0 – 12 – 12 20 3/4″ 12 3/4″ 18 69,9 41,3 30,5 8,76 H876C0 – 12 – 16 20 3/4″ 12 1″ 23 72,6 47,6 33,3 9,53 H876C0 – 16 – 16 25 1″ 16 1″ 23 85,5 47,6 37,5 9,53 H876C0 – 16 ...

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H876C0 – 10 – 12 16 5/8″ 10 3/4″ 18 61,9 41,3 28 8,76
H876C0 – 12 – 12 20 3/4″ 12 3/4″ 18 69,9 41,3 30,5 8,76
H876C0 – 12 – 16 20 3/4″ 12 1″ 23 72,6 47,6 33,3 9,53
H876C0 – 16 – 16 25 1″ 16 1″ 23 85,5 47,6 37,5 9,53
H876C0 – 16 – 20 25 1″ 16 1.1/4″ 30 87,9 54 40,1 10,29
H876C0 – 20 – 20 32 1.1/4″ 20 1.1/4″ 30 100,2 54 43 10,29
H876C0 – 20 – 24 32 1.1/4″ 20 1.1/2″ 36 105,1 63,5 47,9 12,57
H876C0 – 24 – 24 40 1.1/2″ 24 1.1/2″ 36 113 63,5 51,8 12,57
H876C0 – 24 – 32 40 1.1/2″ 24 2″ 48 120,4 79,4 59,2 12,57
H876C0 – 32 – 32 50 2″ 32 2″ 48 150,8 79,4 67,8 12,57

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    This manual tool is particularly simple to operate due its specifically designed clamping device and its jaws. These ensure that the hose is perfectly fixed to allow easy, secure and accurate insertion.

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    This manual tool can be used for low, medium and high pressure hose assemblies from size -4 up to -20.

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