Wholesale SS PTFE Hose Fittings For SAE R14 Hose

QC Hydraulics as one of leading manufacturer of stainless steel PTFE hydraulic hose fittings in China.

QC Hydraulics has worked with many international clients to provide cost-effective solutions to meet their unique needs. Most of them are big wholesalers and distributors in the North America and Europe. By partnering with QC Hydraulics, we can provide you with the expertise, quality, and support you need to deliver superior PTFE hose fittings to your clients while improving your bottom line. Our team of experts has over 20 years of experience in CNC production and machining, and we’re committed to providing exceptional service and support to our clients.

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What’s PTFE Hose Fittings?

Talking about PTFE hose fittings, firstly we need to figure out what’s PTFE hose.

PTFE hose or Teflon hose is also known as SAE 100 R14 hose that used in hydraulic systems

PTFE hose consists PTFE inner tube 304 or 316 stainless steel wire reinforced cover. PTFE tube is ideal for transferring super high and low temperature hydraulic fluids within -40℃ to +260℃. PTFE hoses are commonly used in industrial, automotive, and aerospace applications where the transport of aggressive fluids, gases, or liquids is required.

PTFE hose fittings are specialized fittings designed for use with hoses made from PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) material. PTFE hose fittings are typically made from stainless steel or brass and are used to connect PTFE hoses to various components such as pumps, valves, and manifolds. The fittings are designed to provide a leak-free connection and to withstand high pressures and temperatures. The fittings come in various types, including JIC female swivel hose ends, NPT male hose ends, compression tube stub hose ends… PTFE hose fittings offer a range of benefits, including chemical resistance, durability, and high temperature resistance. They are commonly used in industries such as chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, and food processing, where the transport of hazardous materials or aggressive fluids is required.

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