Ensuring power transmission and control in hydraulic systems
Hoses for every application challenge
Hydraulic hoses are generally used to transmit forces (in this case system pressure) using the hydraulic fluid, so that a certain action is carried out. Hydraulic hoses are also used for other functions such as reducing pressure peaks or vibrations. Depending on the application, hoses made of elastomers, thermoplastic elastomers or thermoplastics are used. Depending on the required pressure resistance and type of stress, they are reinforced with textile inserts, steel wire braiding or wound steel wire layers.
- Construction machinery industry
- Machinery industry
- Automotive industry
- Building technology
Which hydraulic hose is the right one for me?
The determination of the appropriate hose quality and hose dimension is essentially based on the following criteria:
• Pressure conditions (static, dynamic)
• Fluids (chemical resistance)
• Temperature conditions (fluids, external influences)
• Installation situation (bending radius, movement absorption)
• Connection fittings (size, connection form, material)
• Pressure drop
• External influences (mechanical, thermal, chemical)
• Installation options on site and weight
In order to ensure interchangeability such as dimensions, system pressures, bending radii etc., but also to ensure rapid availability, we recommend that you use standardized hydraulic hoses whenever possible. Our hoses are according to DIN EN 853/854/855/856/857, DIN 20021, EN ISO 6806, SAE100 R1AT, SAE100 R7, SAE100 R8, SAE 100 R9R, SAE100 R13. Our experts will be happy to advise you!
We have a variety of hydraulic fittings for every pressure level in our standard range for safe and suitable installations of hydraulic hose lines.
For further connection options, we have a complete VOSS range, cutting ring fittings according to DIN 2353 and ISO 8434-1.
For certain applications, hose lines have to be replaced quickly and easily. We recommend you to use our FLAT-FACE plug-in coupling according to ISO 16028, NFPA T3.20.15 and HTMA for such applications. All fittings and couplings are made of galvanized and nickel-plated steel and stainless steel as a standard.
|Product||Description||Technical data||Key applications||Order|
Outer Ø range (in mm)
Inner Ø range (in mm)
Operating temperature (in °C)
Operating pressure range (in bar)
Norms / conformities
|Construction machinery industry||Machinery industry||Automotive industry||Building technology||Other industries|
|SILVERPRESS||Low pressure hydraulic hose, suitable for fuel oils, diesel fuels, lubricants, cooling water, compressed air and other fluids on mineral oil and glycol basis||DN 1 - DN51||7 - 61.5||3.2 - 50||NBR||-40 à +90||10 - 30||- EN ISO 6806
- DIN EN 854
|HYDROFLEX PM20/30||Medium pressure hydraulic hose, type 2TE& 3TE, applicable for liquid media on mineral oil and glycol basis, mineral and vegetable lubricants, compressed air up to max. +70°C, cooling water, engine lubricating oils, HD oils and diesel fuels||DN 5 - DN51||12.8 - 62.3||4.8 - 50.8||NBR||-40 à +100||30 - 160||- DIN EN 854||x||x||x|
|HYDROFLEX high pressure||High pressure hydraulic hose, Type 1SN, 2SN, 1SN-K, 2SN-K, SSC, 1T, & 2T (made of EPDM inliner): Special hose for high-pressure cleaning devices for hot water and steam||DN 5 - DN51||11.8 - 64||4.8 - 50.8||NBR or EPDM||-40 à +155||40 - 450||- DIN EN 853
- DIN EN 857
- DIN 20021
- SAE 100 R16-S
- SAE 100 R1AT
- SAE100 R2AT
|Highest pressure hydraulic hose, Type 4SP, 4SH, 4SH-Plus for liquids based on mineral oil and glycol, mineral and vegetable lubricants, compressed air up to max. +70°C and cooling water||DN 6 - DN51||17.9 - 68.1||6.35 - 50.8||NBR and synthetic rubber, resistant against oil||-40 à +100||165 - 450||- DIN EN 856
- DIN 20021
- SAE 100 R9R
|Highest pressure hydraulic hose, Sempershield, with excellent wear and ozone resistance, due to the two-layer structure of the outer layer; no measurable abrasion according to EN ISO 6945||DN 19 - DN51||32.2 - 68.1||19.05 - 50.8||Synthetic rubber, resistant against oil||-40 à +100||280 - 445||- DIN EN 856
- DIN 20021