Flextubes

Fluke Calibration DH400 flexible tubes are used in systems where high pressure flexible connections are needed to facilitate make-and-break operations

  Fluke Calibration DH400 flexible tubes are used in systems where high pressure flexible connections are needed to facilitate frequent make-and-break operations, allow individual movement of components under pressure, and/or withstand high frequency vibration.

These flexible lightweight tubes weigh only 0.5 ounces per yard of length (16 g/m). They can handle working pressure up to 6,000 psi (41 MPa), with a flexible bending radius of 15/16 inches (2.4 cm)
at maximum operating pressure. Burst pressure of 20,000 psi (138 MPa) provides a 3.3 margin with operating pressure.

Inert to ozone and ultraviolet and compatible with an extremely wide range of liquid and gas media, and negligible humidity absorption these tubes are suitable for use in a wide variety of conditions and environments. No derating of operating pressure for temperatures from -30 °F to 212 °F (-34 °C to 100 °C).

  • Lightweight - Tube weight is only 0.5 oz/yd of length (16 g/m).
  • Working Pressure - Up to 6 000 psi (41 MPa).
  • Flexibility - Bending radius of 15/16 in. (2.4 cm) at maximum operating pressure.
  • Temperature - No derating of operating pressure for temperatures from -30 to 212 °F, (-34 to 100 °C).
  • Weather - Inert to ozone and ultraviolet
  • Safety - Burst pressure of 20,000 psi (138 MPa) for a 3.3 margin with operating pressure.
  • Aging - Negligible humidity absorption
  • Growth - Less than 5% physical change overall at maximum operating pressure
  • Chemical Resistance - Compatible with an extremely wide range of liquid and gas media

 

 

 

 

  Lengths for each tube configuration are standard.  Other non-standard lengths are available up to 300 ft (90 m).

 

Model Name

Description

DH400 High Pressure Flex Tubes

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