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Swagelok Kansas City | Little Rock | Omaha | Quad Cities

Authorized Swagelok Sales and Service Center

Hoses and Flexible Tubing

Hoses and Flexible Tubing

Swagelok hose and flexible tubing is available in custom lengths, in diameters 2" and under, and with a wide variety of end connections. Choose materials and end connections for a wide range of pressures and temperatures. Learn how Swagelok can help you find the right hose with the right end connection.

  • Multiple-layered flexible conduit hose
  • Single-layered flexible conduit tubing
  • Static and dynamic applications
  • Vacuum service to working pressures up to 6000 psig (413 bar) 
  • Temperature ranges –325 to 1000°F (–200 to 537°C)
  • ECE R110-approved hoses available

View and purchase our most widely used products and discover more about how Swagelok products can work for you. Browse our catalogs for more information on the right hose for your application.

An Installer's Pocket Guide for Swagelok Hoses

Your Must-Have Reference!

Our 162-page slim design pocket guide covers all the bases, including:
  • Applications in 25 industries
  • Materials specifications
  • Working pressures
  • Temperature ranges
  • End connections
  • Hydrostatic testing, tags, and other options
  • Handling and installation
  • Inspecting hose and flexible tubing

We are happy to deliver a copy at no charge*. Just send us an email or call us at 800.332.6693.

*This offer applies to those in Swagelok Kansas City | Little Rock | Omaha | Quad Cities sales and service area. If your company is not in our area, we are required to forward your request to the Swagelok center nearest to you.

Swagelok Installer's Pocket Guides An Installer's Pocket Guide for Swagelok HosesDownload: An Installer's Pocket Guide for Swagelok Hoses

"Safe Product Selection: The complete catalog contents must be reviewed to ensure that the system designer and user make a safe product selection. When selecting products, the total system design must be considered to ensure safe, trouble-free performance. Function, material compatibility, adequate ratings, proper installation, operation, and maintenance are the responsibilities of the system designer and user.

Do not mix or interchange product components with those of other manufacturers."