New Parker Catalog Saves Time for Fluid Power Pros

Noria news wires, Noria Corporation
Tags: hydraulics

A new catalog (Catalog 4400) is available from the Hose Products Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, a global leader in motion and control technologies. For fluid power professionals, it represents the single best resource for selecting Parker hoses, fittings and equipment.

From choosing the correct crimper die to checking hose/chemical compatibility, the catalog will save readers time otherwise spent looking for answers online, via e-mail or on the phone.

The glossy four-color, 344-page catalog is three-hole punched for easy binder storage and is divided into five tabbed sections – Hoses, Fittings, Equipment, Accessories and Technical information – for quick reference.

Complete dimension and application data is listed for all of Parker's hose and fitting offerings. Each is accompanied by a detailed image and list of available sizes/part numbers. Likewise, the new catalog presents all pertinent facts about Parker crimpers, crimper conversion kits, hose cut-off machines and related hose assembly accessories. A collection of "how-to" instructions, conversion charts, application tables and safety guides further makes the catalog a truly indispensible in-shop index.

An abbreviated Hose Products Division catalog is also available. The eight-panel Quick Reference Guide (Bulletin 4400-B13) is a handy foldout directory to Parker's hydraulic, Push-Lok, suction and return, transportation and refrigerant hoses. It is currently available in English and Spanish.

For a copy of Catalog 4400 or Bulletin 4400-B13, contact Parker at 1-800-C-PARKER, visit the ParkerStore location near you or view them on the Web at

Parker also reminds fluid power professionals that the safest, highest-quality hose assemblies are made with hoses, fittings and crimping equipment from the same manufacturer. Components from different manufacturers should not be combined to create hose assemblies (apart from rare instances when both manufacturers have approved the exception).

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