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Hydraulic Hoses

Hydraulic Hoses, Industry, Curated

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Leaks from high-pressure hydraulic lines are not just messy; they are dangerous. Leaks create slip and fall hazards, fire danger, and they contaminate the environment. Leaks can cause skin burns and, under high pressure, can penetrate the skin. The most common causes of leaking hoses are abrasions and improper assembly. If you work with hydraulic hoses, you should become skilled at inspecting hoses and fixing them when needed.

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Curated toolbox talk provided by a trusted source that reviews what can go wrong with hydraulic hoses, how to inspect hoses to discover potential issues and how to fix them when needed.

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