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Applications

NOT FOR STEAM SERVICE
Drainage of hot residue from steam cleaning operations
Manufacturing and processing plants, refineries

Series 7200 is a hydrocarbon drain hose designed to evacuate hot, liquefied residue from steam cleaning operations. The high temperature, oil-resistant tube and cover withstand attack by steam vapors and petroleum-based runoff. The wire braid reinforcement provides crush-resistant durability, kink resistance and a path to conduct a static electrical charge to ground. The vivid blue chloroprene cover is resistant to oil and weathering, and provides color-coded identification. Series 7200 is qualified with Parker non-skive crimp couplings for easy and quick assembly fabrication as well as maintenance-free service.

NOTE: Do not use for steam service.

Tube: Black nitrile
Reinforcement: One wire braid
Cover: Blue chloroprene; wrapped finish
Temp. Range: -20F to +300F (-29C to +149C)/+350F (+177C) intermittent
Brand Method: Blue text on green stripe
Brand Example: PARKER SERIES 7200 HYDROCARBON DRAIN HOSE 350 PSI WP MADE IN USA
Design Factor: 4:1
Industry Standards: None applicable
Vacuum: Not recommended
Compare to: Boston Hydrocarbon Drain Hose
Packaging: Cartons

 
 
Part No. ID
(in)
ID
(mm)
Reinf.
Braids
OD
(in)
OD
(mm)
Approx.
Wt. (lbs/ft)
Min.
Bend
Rad (in)
Max.
Rec.
WP (psi)
Perm
Cplg
Rec *
Std
Pack
Qty (ft)
Stock
Status
**
7200-1001050 1 25.4 1 1.5 38.1 0.76 12 350 43 50 Y
7200-751050 3/4 19.1 1 1.187 30.1 0.52 9.5 350 43 50 Y

Table Notes 
* Couplings: Refer to CrimpSource at www.safehose.com for coupling recommendations and crimp specifications.
** Stock: Y indicates stocked item; N indicates non-stocked item. Stock status subject to change. Contact Parker Customer Service.









WARNINGS!
Use only hoses designated for steam service for steam applications.
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