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Applications

Hot water
Furnaces and industrial cooling systems
Foundries, glassworks, steel mills

Softwall Furnace Door Coolant Hose Nonconductive

Series 7385 is an industrial cooling/water hose for furnaces in foundries, glassworks, steel mills and other worksites that require a hose to withstand extreme external temperatures. The durable, heat resistant aramid cover withstands steel splashes and external heat radiation to 572F (300C). The hose construction is electrically nonconductive with a minimum resistance of one megaohm per inch at 1000 volts DC. Series 7385 is available in 200-foot continuous lengths.

NOTE:
The user must determine if the hose is suitable for applications subject to electrical hazard. Contact Parker for additional information.

Tube: Black SBR
Reinforcement: Multiple textile plies
Cover: Off-white aramid fabric; wrapped finish
Temp. Range: Internal: -20F to +212F (-29C to +100C)
External: to +572F (+300C)
Brand Method: Not branded
Design Factor: 4:1
Industry Standards: Nonconductive
Vacuum: Not recommended
Compare to: Kuriyama Furnace Door Coolant; Veyance Plicord Furnace Door
Packaging: Coils

 
 
Part No. ID
(in)
ID
(mm)
Reinf.
Plies
OD
(in)
OD
(mm)
Approx.
Wt. (lbs/ft)
Min.
Bend
Rad (in)
Max.
Rec.
WP (psi)
Perm
Cplg
Rec *
Std
Pack
Qty (ft)
Stock
Status
**
7385-0500 1/2 12.7 2 0.969 24.6 0.33 5 150 * 100 Y
7385-0750 3/4 19.1 2 1.26 32 0.49 6 150 * 100 Y
7385-1000 1 25.4 2 1.442 36.6 0.51 8 150 * 100 Y
7385-1250 1-1/4 31.8 2 1.718 43.6 0.66 9 150 * 100 Y
7385-1500 1-1/2 38.1 2 2.135 54.2 1.11 12 150 * 100 Y
7385-2000 2 50.8 4 2.679 68.1 1.38 24 150 * 100 Y

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.









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.