Parker Industrial
DYNAFLEX PVC Corrugated Lightweight Suction Hose - Series 7561

DYNAFLEX PVC Corrugated Lightweight Suction Hose - Series 7561

Type:  Suction & Discharge

Sub Type:  Water Suction & Discharge Hose

Vendor:  Parker Industrial

Application:

DYNAFLEX™ PVC Corrugated Lightweight Suction Hose
Series 7561

  • Abrasive materials, debris, mild chemicals, sewage, slurries, water
  • Agriculture, construction, mining


Series 7561 is a flexible, lightweight suction and discharge hose for dry abrasive materials such as debris, granules, pellets and powders; mild chemicals; and water in a variety of transfer applications. The hose features a smooth tube that is abrasion resistant and allows full-flow. The corrugated construction incorporates a white PVC helix that provides suction capability, flexibility for ease of handling and kink resistance. The cover is resistant to abrasion, mild chemicals, ultraviolet light and weathering.

NOTE:  Do not use in applications where a static charge may develop unless externally grounded.

Design Factor:  3:1
Industry Standards:  None applicable

Tube:

Green PVC, smooth finish

Reinforcement:

Rigid white PVC spiral helix

Cover:

Green PVC, corrugated finish; clockwise/right hand orientation

Temperature:

+23°F to +140°F (-5°C to +60°C) Working pressures are at +68°F (+20°C). Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure.

Packaging:

Coils

Branding:

Non-Branded

Couplings:

Contact JGB for proper fitting recommendation and coupling procedure.

Colors:

Green

Part No. ID OD Approx
Wt.
Min Max Rec WP Vacuum Std
Pack
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Bend Rad @ 68°F
(in) (mm) (in) (mm) (lbs/ft) (in) (psi) Hg (in) Qty (ft)
7561-1500 1-1/2 38.1 1.780 45.2 0.33 0.15 5.0 99 22 Request Quote
7561-2000 2 50.8 2.320 58.9 0.51 0.23 7.0 78 22 Request Quote
7561-2500 2-1/2 63.5 2.830 71.9 0.67 0.30 9.0 71 22 Request Quote
7561-3000 3 76.2 3.400 86.4 0.85 0.39 12.0 56 22 Request Quote
7561-4000 4 102.0 4.450 113.0 1.33 0.60 15.0 56 22 Request Quote

Warnings!

  • Couplings attached with bands or clamps may reduce the working pressure of the hose assembly to less than the maximum rated working pressure of the hose. Refer to the NAHAD Industrial Hose Assembly Guidelines.
  • Working pressures are at +68°F (+20°C). Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure.
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