The model number of a hydraulic hose can usually be seen from the pipe mark or product model number. Different manufacturers may have different marking methods, but generally the following information can help you identify the model:

1. Inner diameter (inner diameter): Hydraulic hoses usually have a specific inner diameter that is used to determine the size of the passage of fluid inside the pipe. The inner diameter is expressed in millimeters (mm), such as 10mm, 25mm, etc.

2. Pressure level: Hydraulic hoses are usually marked with their pressure resistance or working pressure range. Pressure is usually expressed in units of megapascals (MPa) or pounds-force per square inch (psi), such as 20MPa, 3000psi, etc.

3. Applicable standards: Hydraulic hoses may comply with specific national standards or industry standards. These standards can be marked on the product, such as the international standard ISO 18752, the European standard EN 853, etc.

4. Durable material: The material of hydraulic hose is usually composed of rubber and reinforcement layer. Pipe markings may contain information about rubber type, reinforcement material, and outer protective material.

Zaozhuang Jinflex Rubber & Plastic Technology Co., Ltd. reminds customers that the hydraulic hose model marking methods of different manufacturers may be different. You can refer to the product packaging, product instructions or contact the seller or manufacturer to obtain accurate information. Model information and technical specifications. If you have special requirements or require a specific type of hydraulic hose, it is recommended to communicate with a professional hydraulic engineer or supplier to ensure that the selected hydraulic hose is suitable and meets your needs.

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