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Petroleum and petrochemical vapor recovery in bottom loading, ship-to-shore and tank truck transfer
NOTE: Not for dry material service.

Vapor Recovery Hose

Parker composite petrochemical hose is economical, flexible, light weight, durable and resistant to abrasion, kinking and vibration. Parker composite hose assembly systems - using a new generation of hose constructions, innovative dry seal coupling technology and parker crimping equipment - save time and expense due to quick fabrication, easy installation and superior long-lasting performance. Assemblies manufactured per customer requirement; hydrostatically tested to 150% of the rated working pressure.

Inner Wire: Galvanized steel (G)
Inner Liner: Polypropylene fabric
Hose Wall: Multiple layers of fabric/film/tubes
Cover: Yellow PVC-covered polyester
Outer Wire: Galvanized steel (G)
Temp. Range: -40F to +212F (-40C to +100C)
Design Factor: 4:1
Industry Standards: USCG 33CFR 154.810
Vacuum: Full
Compare to: Apollo 110P, Dantec Danoil VR; Peraflex GGP-VRH; Tift 944 Chemflex VRH; Uni-Chem Uni-VR; Wilcox 1321
Standard Wire: G (Galvanized) inner and outer
Alternate P/N Example: 1000GS-4000 (Galvanized inner, Stainless outer)
Coupling Rec: Permanently attached one-piece male pipe or flanged ends; cam and groove. Refer to page 387 for standard factory coupling options.
Assemblies: Per customer requirement; hydrostatically tested to 150% of the rated working pressure. Contact Parker.

Part No. ID
Rad (in)
WP (psi)
Lg (ft)
1000GG-10000 10 254.0 18.0 35.0 100 50
1000GG-4000 4 101.6 3.0 11.0 100 70
1000GG-6000 6 152.4 4.0 16.0 100 65
1000GG-8000 8 203.2 8.0 22.0 100 65

Table Notes 
Inner liner and inner wire selection should match that of the composite transfer hose.

It is the responsibility of the user to determine if the hose is suitable for the application. Elevated temperatures can change the chemical resistance ratings. Many chemicals will become more aggressive as temperatures increase, reducing the ability of hose materials to withstand them. Contact Parker for chemical compatibility data at elevated temperatures. Refer to the Safety and Technical section of this catalog for safety, handling and use information. Refer to the Composite Hose table in the Chemical Guide section of this catalog to determine compatibility with specific chemicals. Contact Parker for additional chemical compatibility information. If no data exists, users are required to perform compatibility testing at the desired temperature.