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Applications

Chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, water
Agriculture, commercial lawn and garden

NEXSPRAY PVC Spray Hose

Series 268 is a high pressure spray hose designed to handle chemicals, herbicides and pesticides. The longitudinally ribbed cover reduces drag and is resistant to abrasion, ultraviolet light and weathering.
NOTE: Do not use with hydrocarbon based spray solutions. Refer to Series 202 (U600).

Tube: Green or yellow PVC
Reinforcement: Multiple textile plies
Cover: Green or yellow PVC; longitudinally ribbed finish
Temp. Range: +25F to +150F (-5C to +65C) Working pressures are at +68F (+20C). Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure.
Brand Method: Black ink
Brand Example: NEXSPRAY 600 BY PARKER NEXGEN (P/N) (ID) X (OD) MAX WP 600 PSI AT 68F (20C) CANADA (DATE CODE)
Industry Standards: None applicable
Vacuum: Not recommended
Packaging: Coils

 
 
Part No. Color ID
(in)
ID
(mm)
Reinf.
Plies
OD
(in)
OD
(mm)
Approx.
Wt. (lbs/ft)
Max. Rec.
WP (psi)
@ 68F
Perm
Cplg
Rec *
Std
Pack
Qty (ft)
Stock
Status
** USA
268-06002300 Yellow 3/8 9.53 2 .635 16.1 35.00 600 * 300 N
268-06002400 Yellow 3/8 9.53 2 .635 16.1 46.00 600 * 400 N
268-06005300 Green 3/8 9.53 2 .635 16.1 35.00 600 * 300 N
268-08002300 Yellow 1/2 12.70 2 .790 20.1 50.00 600 * 300 N
268-08002400 Yellow 1/2 12.70 2 .790 20.1 67.00 600 * 400 N
268-08005300 Green 1/2 12.70 2 .790 20.1 50.00 600 * 300 N
268-08005400 Green 1/2 12.70 2 .790 20.1 67.00 600 * 400 N

Table Notes 
* Couplings: Refer to CrimpSource at www.safehose.com for coupling recommendations and crimp specifications.
** Stock: Y indicates stocked item; N indicates non-stocked item. Stock status subject to change. Contact Parker Customer Service.









WARNINGS!
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 the NAHAD Industrial Hose Assembly Guidelines.
Working pressures are at +68F (+20C). Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure.