Braided PTFE Hose Assemblies eliminate RFI issues.

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Seamless, convoluted NCW and NCB Series PTFE hose assemblies feature flame resistant Nomex braid. With texture that resembles nylon, Nomex hose assemblies are flexible, allowing them to be routed through tight areas and eliminate RFI issues associated with stainless steel reinforcements. Resistant to cracking, stress, and temperatures to 400°, hose assemblies are offered in sizes from ¼-1 in. ID, and static dissipative assemblies can be provided upon request.

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Nomex Braided PTFE Hose Eliminates RFI Issues

Fort Worth TX, Parker PAGE International Hose, a leader in the design and manufacture of engineered Fluoropolymer Hose, is now offering seamless convoluted PTFE with Nomex Braid, a flame resistant fabric with a texture that resembles nylon. Parker PAGE Nomex braided hose assemblies offer superior flexibility, allowing them to route through tight areas and eliminate RFI issues seen in many applications having stainless steel reinforcements. They are also less susceptible to cracking from stress or flexing than metal hose assemblies. For abrasion resistance, a polyester monofilament scuff sleeve can be added.

Nomex braided hose are extremely light weight, about 40% lighter than a typical stainless steel braided hose. With nearly the same temperature resistance, up to 400°F, Nomex is a much cooler reinforcement allowing operators to handle hoses without the risk of a burn. Parker PAGE NCW & NCB Nomex hose is available only in factory made assemblies and sizes range from 1/4" up to 1" ID. NCB static dissipative assemblies can be provided upon request.

With annual sales exceeding $10 billion, Parker Hannifin is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of commercial, mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. The company employs more than 57,000 people in 43 countries around the world. Parker has increased its annual dividends paid to shareholders for 51 consecutive years, among the top five longest-running dividend-increase records in the S&P 500 index. For more information, visit the company's web site at, or its investor information site at

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