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Hose Assembly Instructions - Type 811 and Type 910 Hose

Hose Assembly Instructions - Type 811 and Type 910 Hose

Using Bent Tube Style or Forged Black and Silver Anodized Hose Ends

Super-Flex Braided PTFE Fuel/Oil Hose & AN Hose Ends
Type 811 Hose End Assembly - Step 1
Step 1

Cut the hose squarely to length using a Cut-off Machine or a very fine tooth hacksaw. To minimize braid flare out, wrap Type 811 Aramid Braided Hose with low-tack blue painter's tape or wrap Type 910 Stainless Braided Hose with glass filament strapping tape. Do not remove tape until ready for step 2.

Type 811 Hose End Assembly - Step 2
Step 2

Remove tape and then quickly insert hose into the socket. Insert hose with a turning motion, feeding the braid in as you turn the hose. Koul Tools aren't needed on these easy-to-install hose ends.

Type 811 Hose End Assembly - Step 3
Step 3

Hold the fitting in a vice with smooth or soft jaws, and lubricate the threads with a light oil.

Type 811 Hose End Assembly - Step 4
Step 4

Push the hose firmly onto the thread while rotating the hose. Keep turning the hose until the first three to four threads have engaged.

Type 811 Hose End Assembly - Step 5
Step 5

Tighten socket using a wrench. Continue turning the socket until it reaches the base of the thread. IMPORTANT: When the socket reaches the base of the thread keep turning for two complete turns.

Type 811 Hose End Assembly - Step 6
Step 6

Thoroughly clean the assembly. Proof test to twice operating pressure and carefully inspect all assemblies.

Super-Flex Braided PTFE Fuel/Oil Hose & AN Hose Ends

Assembly Instructions for Other Types of Hose:

Assembly Instructions for Standard (Rubber-Lined) Braided Stainless Fuel/Oil Hose
Assembly Instructions for PTFE-Lined Braided Stainless Brake Hose
Plumbing Technical Information

This article was first published on 2/9/2009.

It was most recently modified on 3/26/2015.