SAE 100R Hose Data

Descriptions of SAE 100R series hose

SAE 100R series
Description
100R1
Steel wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic hose (one wire braid)
Type A - Thick cover (skive type)
Type AT - Thin cover (no-skive type)
100R2
High pressure, steel wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic hose (two wire braid)
Type A - Thick cover (skive type)
Type AT - Thin cover (no-skive type)
100R3
Double fiber braid (non-metallic), rubber covered hydraulic hose
100R4
Wire inserted hydraulic suction hose
100R5
Single wire braid, textile covered hydraulic hose
100R6
Single fiber braid (non-metallic), rubber covered hydraulic hose
100R7
Thermoplastic hydraulic hose
Black
Orange - non-conductive
100R8
High pressure thermoplastic hydraulic hose
Black
Orange - non-conductive
100R9
High pressure, four-spiral steel wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic hose
Type A - Thick cover (skive type)
Type AT - Thin cover (no-skive type)
100R10
Heavy duty, four-spiral steel wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic hose
Type A - Thick cover (skive type)
Type AT - Thin cover (no-skive type)
100R11
Heavy duty, Six-spiral steel wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic
100R12
Heavy duty, high impulse, four-spiral wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic hose
100R13
Heavy duty, high impulse, multiple-spiral wire reinforced, rubber covered hydraulic hose
100R14
Polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE)-lined hydraulic hose, single-stainless steel braid
Type A - Reinforced with a one braid of 303XX series stainless steel
Type B - Same as Type A; includes electrically conductive inner tube
100R15
Heavy duty, high impulse, multiple-spiral wire reinforced, rubber
100R16
Compact high pressure, one- and two-wire reinforced rubber covered hydraulic hosecovered hydraulic hose
100R17
Compact 21 MPa maximum operating pressure, one- and two-steel wire reinforced rubber covered hydraulic hose with smaller bend radius
100R19
Compact 27.5 MPa maximum operating pressure, one- and two-steel wire reinforced rubber covered hydraulic hose with smaller bend radius
1The number designation following the letter R does not identify the number of reinforcement layers, but rather the specific requirements of a type of hose.

NPT vs. BSP Pipe

While NPT threads are common in the United States, BSP threads are widely used in many other countries.  I have found that my Japanese-built injection mold presses have predominantly BSP fittings. 

Thread Type Compatibility

In order for two components to fit properly, thread types must be compatible. See the list below for thread types that can be used together.

 ** We had previously indicated GHT as compatible with 3/4-NH.  This was incorrect.  Oops... sorry.

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Pipe Size
Pitch  (Threads/Inch)
NPT/NPS
BSP
 1/16"
27
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 1/8"
27
28
 1/4"
18
19
 3/8"
18
19
 1/2"
14
14
 5/8"
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14

 
Pipe Size
Pitch  (Threads/Inch)
NPT/NPS
BSP
 3/4"
14
14
1"
11 1/2
11
1 1/4"
11 1/2
11
1 1/2"
11 1/2
11
2"
11 1/2
11
2 1/2"
8
11

 
Pipe Size
Pitch  (Threads/Inch)
NPT/NPS
BSP
3"
8
11
3 1/2"
8
11
4"
8
11
5"
8
11
6"
8
11
8"
8
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