CUSTOM HOSE ASSEMBLIES


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  • Granite City, IL USA

A.E.R.O. Hose Shop

https://www.aerohoseshop.com/

General Specs (cont.)

2018

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Detailed Description

AERO Hose Shop has customized applications for most aircraft and helicopters!

What is a Custom Hose Assembly?
A custom hose assembly is a made-to-order length of hose, two fittings (may have firesleeve or other covering), and a data plate. Use our app below to scope out a custom hose and get a free estimate:

REQUIRED INFORMATION:
Length: Either 'Flare to Flare' or 'End to End'
Size: Dash number or wrench size of nut.
Fittings: Straight to Straight, Straight to 90 etc.
Hose Type: See Below
Firesleeve: Yes or No
Clock Angle: Only if both fittings are elbow fittings.

HOSE TYPE AND APPLICATIONS:
111 Cloth Braid Rubber Hose – Mainly used on brake applications rated up to 3000 psi (-4 size) working pressure. Also commonly used for fuel and oil.

124 Stainless Steel Teflon Hose – Mainly used for fuel and oil. Can be used for medium pressure hydraulic applications up to 1500 psi working pressure.

156 Stainless Steel Rubber Hose – Mainly used on Cessna aircraft for fuel and oil due to its lightweight construction and superior bend radius. Rated to 1500 psi working pressure.

130 Cloth Brain Rubber Hose – Mainly used on Beechcraft King Air aircraft for fuel and oil. Rated to 1500 psi working pressure.

171 Stainless Steel Teflon Hose – Mainly used for hydraulic systems up to 3000 psi working pressure.

193 Rubber Hose – Mainly used for instrument hoses. Rated for air and vacuum up to 200-300 psi depending on size.

Main Hose for Brake/Hydraulic Use: 171, 111, 124 (note only Teflon lined hose are applicable for Skydrol – i.e. 124 & 171)
Main Hose for Fuel and Oil: 111, 124, 156, 130

HOSE MEASURING: 
-    We highly recommend when measuring for the hose length that you measure from sealing surface to sealing surface (flare to flare).
-    We do understand that can be difficult at times, so measuring from the end of the B-nut to the end of the other B-nut (tip to tip) is necessary.

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