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Dixon® H5242L-A

Dixon® 520-H Brass Permanently Attached Petroleum Coupling, 2 in Hose x 2 in MNPT

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Dixon® Permanently Attached Petroleum Coupling, Series: 520-H, Connection Type 1: Hose, Connection Size 1: 2 in, Connection Type 2: NPT, Gender 2: Male, Connection Size 2: 2 in, Hex Size: 3 in, Material Construction: Brass

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Connection Size 1      :      2 in
Connection Size 2      :      2 in
Connection Type 1      :      Hose
Connection Type 2      :      NPT
Gender 2      :      Male
Hex Size      :      3 in
Material      :      Brass
Material Construction      :      Brass
Series      :      520-H
Shape      :      Coupling
  • Male has octagonal facets for tightening with a wrench
  • The stem is expanded to nominal ID of hose for a rigid, uniform, full-flow area
  • Couplings are pre-lubricated for assembly
  • Stems are machined from bar stock or solid brass forgings
  • Designed for internal expansion only

Applications: For discharge and suction service and commonly used in the transfer of fuel to homes, airplanes, ships

Safety Notes:

  • Do not interchange with other manufacturer's fittings.
  • Designed for internal expansion only.
  • Dixon® Holedall stems and ferrules are specifically designed to be used together as a coupling system.
  • Do not use a wrench or vice on ferrule.
  • Holedall couplings, regardless of coupling style, are never to be used for steam service at any pressure.
  • Holedall fittings are not to be used with cable reinforced high-pressure hose, 4 or 6 braid wire hydraulic hose or any other service not listed in the recommendations.
  • Consult Dixon® for recommendations on usage.
  • Strict adherence to ferrule OD range (internally expanded) for each hose end to be assembled is essential for satisfactory performance.
  • Hose service working pressure (including surges and spikes) is never to exceed the maximum recommended working pressure for the fitting.
  • The assembly's (hose + coupling) maximum working pressure is the lesser of the hose rated working pressure or the coupling rated working pressure.
  • Media being transported through the hose should be compatible with the stem material.
  • Compatibility of ferrule material with the environment in which it will be used is recommended.
  • Consult the Compatibility Chart or the Dixon® factory for material compatibility.
  • For applications other than the ones list, please consult Dixon®.
  • pdfCatalog https://www.alaskarubbergroup.com//ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/ITEMS/EN/Dixon_10WSDPA_CAT.pdf
  • pdfCut Sheet https://www.alaskarubbergroup.com//ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/ITEMS/EN/Dixon_H5282LA_SS.pdf
  • pdfTechnical Drawing/Parts Diagram https://www.alaskarubbergroup.com//ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/ITEMS/EN/Dixon_H5242L-A_TD.pdf

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