Biodiesel hoses

  • 11-Nov-2016 09:37 EST
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GH100 and GH101 hoses from Eaton (Eden Prairie, MN) are suited for high-percentage biodiesel blend and high-temperature oil applications. Engineered for maximum performance in systems with a variety of fuel types, the hoses feature a unique polymer that more effectively resists degradation. The GH100 and GH101 are designed to perform in high-temperature mobile applications, including trucks, buses, agriculture and construction equipment and eco-friendly power vehicles. Compatible with high-percentage biodiesel fuels and new synthetic oils, the GH100 and GH101 support a longer hose life while also ensuring safety requirements and quality standards are met. They are qualified for -40 to +150°C (-40 to +302°F) with B2, B5 and B20, -40 to +125°C (-40 to +275°F) with B100. For more information, visit www.eaton.com.

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