Parker Hannifin has introduced the 187 Hose, a 7MPa / 1,000 psi constant working pressure hose. 187 Hose is designed to provide maximum performance, flexibility, and hose life in demanding hydraulic applications across a variety of markets. As the only 1,000 psi constant working pressure hose on the market, 187 Hose is a revolutionary product made to meet the needs of evolving higher pressure hydraulic systems, including rigorous mining applications.
The addition of 187 Hose to GlobalCore expands our range of high-performance ISO 18752 hoses to cover the most critical sizes, from -4 (1/4-in.) through -48 (3-in.), and pressure ranges, from 1,000 psi to 6,000 psi. Having a constant working pressure hose means simplified hose selection, specification by pressure, not construction, and improved uptime and productivity. Converting from various product lines to a singular hose family that provides constant working pressure across sizes leads to reduced inventories, reduced maintenance costs, and reduced downtime for OEMs and end users.
Designed to meet the most common working pressures in today’s industries, GlobalCore’s unified system delivers hoses built to the ISO 18752 specification, which was developed around hose specification and consumer needs – by pressure range rather than construction. With the addition of 187 Hose, Parker’s comprehensive GlobalCore system has expanded to support your hydraulic hose needs regardless of where your equipment was originally manufactured or where it is today.
“We’re excited to add 187 Hose to our GlobalCore product line,” said Gregory Reardon, business development manager, Hose Products Division. “The 187 Hose fills a gap at the lower end of our constant working pressure hose range and meets two needs; it can be used as a high-pressure return line, or it can be used to address an application where other hoses may be excessive.”
The GlobalCore system stands above the competition and serves customers around the world with a high performance, cohesive, and simple solution that OEMs and MROs need to meet the demands of their applications.