Hydraulic Hose And Fitting Assembly And Crimping
A broken hydraulic hose can leave your equipment down for a long period of time, especially if you have to call the manufacturer or a service truck to make a replacement hose. If you need a hydraulic hose repair and are near one of our more than 1,400 O’Reilly Auto Parts locations that build custom hydraulic hoses, you can bring in the broken hose and have a new one made while you wait. Whether you have a hay bales, excavator, forklift, or any other agricultural or construction equipment equipped with a hydraulic system, O'Reilly Auto Parts has the right hydraulic hoses and fittings to help you complete the job. To find an O’Reilly Auto Parts location that performs hydraulic hose repairs near you, find a store that offers custom hydraulic hoses.
When you bring your damaged or broken hydraulic hose into an O’Reilly Auto Parts location, our team members will match the fittings and cut the new hydraulic hose to length to ensure the new hose assembly is an exact replacement. Many service trucks and hydraulic hose houses charge per crimp when building custom hydraulic hoses. They may charge ten dollars or more per crimp, which can add large costs to a custom hose. At O’Reilly Auto Parts, we offer assembly and crimping of hydraulic hoses as a free service when you purchase your hose and fittings in-store. As a safety precaution and under the recommendation of the manufacturer, we cannot crimp a new fitting on an old hydraulic hose. If a new fitting is crimped on a used hydraulic hose, it may not crimp correctly or may damage the hose, and this may create a weak connection that could allow the fitting to separate from the hose while under pressure. Gates hydraulic hose fittings are designed for use with only new Gates hydraulic hoses, and our team members would be happy to build you a custom hydraulic hose to fit your needs.
Replacement of Flexible Hose. When an alternative of the bendy hose is important, use the same type, size, part variety, and period of hose as the road to be replaced. Check TSO necessities.
Repair of aircraft hydraulic Metal Tube Lines. Minor dents and scratches in tubing may be repaired. Scratches or nicks not deeper than 10 percentage of the wall thickness in aluminium alloy tubing, that are not in the heel of a bend, may be repaired by burnishing with hand gear. Replace lines with severe die marks, seams, or splits in the tube. Any crack or deformity in a flare is unacceptable and motive for rejection. A dent much less than 20 percent of the tube diameter is not objectionable except it is inside the heel of a bend. A seriously-damaged line should be replaced; however, it is able to be repaired by using slicing out the damaged phase and putting a tube phase of the same length and material. Flare each ends of the undamaged and substitute tube sections and make the connection by using the use of standard unions, sleeves, and tube nuts. If the broken component is short sufficient, omit the insert tube and restore with the aid of the use of one union and units of connection hose fittings.