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.
shavings from hose bore.
Slip two sockets onto new hose.
Ensure the sockets are back to back.
Push a sleeve over the end of the tube
and under the wire braid by hand.
Position sleeve in hose by pushing the
hose against a flat surface. Ensure the
tube stock butts against the inside
shoulder of the sleeve.
Set the sleeve barbs into the Teflon
tube by installing the end of the sleeve
and tube over the nipple and then work
the hose bore over the nipple as
threads with hydraulic fluid (item 9,
(9) Clamp the nipple hex in a vise. Push
the hose over the nipple using a
twisting action until seated against
nipple clamper. Push socket forward
and thread onto nipple handtight.
socket in vise. Tighten nipple in a
clockwise direction until 1/32 in. (1
mm) clearance between nipple and
socket is achieved. Further tightening
is acceptable if socket and nipple
hexes are to be alined.
(11) To prevent any contamination from
new hose assembly, blow out hose
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 assembly.
(12) If new hose assembly is not going to
be installed immediately after installing
fittings, cap both ends to keep hose