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•Typical Application - Hydraulic brake, power steering, fuel lines and transmission
cooler lines, LP and natural gas.
•Conformance - Meets specifications and standards of ASA, ASME, SAE and
MS (Military Standards).
•Material - CA360 Brass.
•Temperature Range -65F to +250F (-53C to +121C) range at maximum
•Working Pressure Ranges - Temperature and type of tubing used are important factors. However, the following table is a good guide for proper
selection. Temperature 73F with copper tubing:
2800 PSI 1/8" TUBE O.D. 0.030" TUBE WALL
1900 PSI 3/16" TUBE O.D. 0.030" TUBE WALL
1400 PSI 1/4" TUBE O.D. 0.030" TUBE WALL
1200 PSI 5/16 TUBE O.D. 0.032" TUBE WALL
1000 PSI 3/8" TUBE O.D. 0.032" TUBE WALL
750 PSI 1/2" TUBE O.D. 0.032" TUBE WALL
650 PSI 5/8" TUBE O.D. 0.035" TUBE WALL
550 PSI 3/4" TUBE O.D. 0.035" TUBE WALL
•Assembly Instructions - 1)Cut tubing to desired length. Make sure all burrs are removed and the ends are cut square. 2) Slide nut on tube. Threaded end “A” of nut must face out. 3) Flare end of tube with a 450 flaring tool, a) Measure flare diameter. b) Examine flare for excessive thin out. c) On thin wall, welded or brazed tubing, use double flare to prevent pinch-off and cracked flares. 4) Lubricate threads and assemble to fitting body. Nut should be turned hand tight. 5) Tighten assembly with wrench until a solid feeling is encountered. From that point, apply a one-sixth turn. Note: Do not over-torque as it may damage the fitting or split the tubing at the flare.