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Applications

Abrasive materials, debris, water
Construction, general industrial, sewer cleaning

DAY-LITE Corrugated Material Handling Hose Suction / Vacuum Natural Rubber / SBR Blend Tube

Series 8341 is a flexible suction/vacuum and discharge hose for dry or wet abrasive materials such as debris evacuation by mobile vacuum trucks in sewer cleaning and similar applications. The static dissipating natural rubber/SBR blend tube provides abrasion resistance, and the wire helix provides full suction capability and kink resistance. The corrugated natural rubber/SBR cover provides flexibility and is resistant to abrasion and weathering. Series 8341 is available in 200-foot continuous lengths.

Tube: Black natural rubber/SBR blend
Reinforcement: Multiple textile plies with wire helix
Cover: Black natural rubber/SBR; corrugated wrapped finish
Temp. Range: -40F to +180F (-40C to +83C)
Brand Method: Black text on green stripe
Brand Example: PARKER SERIES 8341 DAY-LITE SUCTION AND DISCHARGE HOSE MADE IN USA (DATE CODE)
Design Factor: 3:1
Industry Standards: None applicable
Vacuum: Full
Compare to: Veyance Plicord Vacuum
Packaging: Coils

 
 
Part No. ID
(in)
ID
(mm)
Reinf.
Plies
OD
(in)
OD
(mm)
Approx.
Wt. (lbs/ft)
Approx.
Wt. (kg/ft)
Min.
Bend
Rad (in)
Max.
Rec.
WP (psi)
Std
Pack
Qty (ft)
Stock
Status
**
8341-1500 1-1/2 38.1 2 1.969 50 0.77 0.35 4.5 75 100 N
8341-2000 2 50.8 2 2.48 63 1 0.45 6 75 100 N
8341-3000 3 76.2 2 3.543 90 1.62 0.73 9 75 100 N
8341-4000 4 101.6 2 4.615 117.2 2.47 1.12 12 75 100 N
8341-6000 6 152.4 2 6.693 170 4.41 2 18 75 100 Y
8341-8000 8 203.2 3 8.724 221 5.91 2.68 24 75 100 N

Table Notes 
** Stock: Y indicates stocked item; N indicates non-stocked item. Stock status subject to change. Contact Parker Customer Service.








Warning: 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 NAHAD Industrial Hose Assembly Guidelines.