Yes. No reason that wouldn't be fine. They would have to be made to almost exact length or preferably a little longer to allow a "U" or pigtail (complete 360 loop) between cylinder fittings. They would have to fit in where there is no stress ( or very little) at the hose to fitting crimp area. Some earlier manifold setups with single set of tank bands relied on the manifold for some of the rigidity of the system, but your system with two band assemblies would be rigid.SurfLung wrote:Thanks Bill. I have another question, but its not about compressors...
Seeing the exotic multi-tank systems the Cousteau used, and that they were connected with metal tubing rather than a manifold, I have wondered if something like that could be done with flexible high pressure hoses?
Hi Tom,captain wrote:What was the pressure of the hydraulic system they are used on. Unlike air if they fail in a hydraulic system not much happens except for some oil on the ground. Most hydraulic parts and pieces are rated either 3000 or 5000 psi.
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