Meet demands for higher system pressure
COST-EFFECTIVE HS-50 HIGH PRESSURE HYDRAULIC TUBING™
Hydraulic System Engineers searching for steel tubing to meet today’s demands now have a cost-effective solution:
HS-50 High Pressure Hydraulic Tubing™ featuring a minimum yield strength of 50,000 psi and 30% minimum elongation.
- Design for higher system pressures
- Reduce overall system weight
- Reduce fluid turbulence and flow velocity
- Improve fluid flow volume
- Reduce system heat generation
HS-50 High Pressure Hydraulic Tubing™ fills a void in the market for DOM tubing that meets the SAE J2614 specification. HS-50 High Pressure Hydraulic Tubing™ is a High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) DOM tubing developed to meet the mechanical and chemical composition requirements of SAE J2614 Type-A. HSLA tubing that has been subcritically annealed carries a thermal warning that cautions against the use of brazing on end forms. Because SAE J2614 Type-A material is normalized rather than sub-critically annealed, Plymouth’s HS-50™ is better suited for brazing applications. Find out more at www.plymouth.com.