Death or serious injury could occur if compressed air is directed against
the skin. Do not use compressed air for cleaning or drying unless the
pressure is/has been reduced to 30 psi (2.11 kg/cm2) or less. When
working with compressed air always use chip guards,,eye protection and
other personal protective equipment..
Using compressed air, blow out shavings from hose
Clamp socket in vise. Thread new hose into socket in
a counterclockwise direction until it bottoms out. Then
back out hose 1/4 turn.
Using hydraulic oil (item 9, Appendix B), liberally
lubricate nipple threads and inside of hose.
Insert nipple into hose and socket and tighten in a
clockwise direction. Leave 1/32 in. (1 mm) between
nipple hex and socket.
assembly, blow out hose assembly using compressed
air. Rinse inside of hose with hot water. Do not allow
water temperature to exceed 180 deg. F (82 deg. C).
Using compressed air, blow out all water from hose
(10) If hose assembly is not going to be installed
immediately after installing fittings, cap both ends to
keep hose clean.
TEFLON HOSE - Medium Pressure (with Vacuum Service)
Carefully examine both hose end fittings. Discard hose
end fittings if any sign of damage is evident. Proceed
to step 3 following, to assemble new hose assembly
using new hose end fittings.
If hose end fittings are to be reused, remove from old
hose. Clamp socket in vise. Unscrew nipple (in a
counterclockwise direction) and remove. Slide the
socket away from the hose end by tapping on flat
surface. Using pliers, pull the sleeve from hose.
It is recommended that new sleeves be used when old fitting is reused.
Wrap teflon hose with masking tape (item 18, Appendix
B) at cutoff area Using a cutoff saw or a fine-tooth
hacksaw, cut hose square to length. Remove all tape.
Trim any extending wires flush with hose end, then
remove hose material burrs.