Use Decimals
Note: fields marked * are mandatory
Hose Diameter (in) *
This field is required! Only numbers > 0 allowed!
Flow Rate (GPM) *
This field is required! Value should not be 0!
Hose Length (Feet) *
This field is required! Only numbers > 0 allowed!
FLUID PROPERITES
Specific Gravity (g/ml) *
This field is required! Only numbers > 0 allowed!
Viscosity (cP) *
This field is required! Value should not be 0!
For Unknown Specific Gravity or Viscosity Reference to Viscosity Data link on Left Side or Call Product Applications
FITTINGS - enter the number of
Std. Straight Couplings *
This field is required!
45 Deg Angle Couplings *
This field is required!
90 Deg Angle Couplings *
This field is required!
90 Deg Elbow Adapters *
This field is required!
45 Deg Elbow Adapters *
This field is required!
Standard Branch Tees *
This field is required!
Standard Run Tees *
This field is required!
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HOSE DATA
Hose I.D. (in.)
{{hData.HoseId}}
Hose Length (ft.)
{{hData.HoseLen}}
Flow (GPM)
{{hData.FlowRate}}
Reynolds Number
{{hData.ReynoldsNumber | number: 0}}
Viscosity
{{hData.Viscosity}}
Velocity (ft./sec)*
{{hData.Velocity | number: 0}}
Pressure Loss (psi.)
{{hData.PressureLoss | number: 2}}
Pressure Drop (psi/ft.)
{{hData.PressureDrop | number: 1}}
* Velocity must be less than 35 ft/s
Reynolds No. <= 2000 = Laminar Flow
Reynolds No. > 2000 and < 3000 = Transient Flow
Reynolds No. >= 3000 = Turbulent Flow

Velocity - The fluid's distance traveled over a unit of time. The units this program uses feet per second. The velocity of the fluid must be kept under 35ft/s and maintain a laminar flow, to keep from tube peeling.
Laminar Flow - Uniform flow of the fluid. The fluid particles flow in parallel layers. (Re £ 2000)
Transient Flow - The fluid begins to fluctuate in the transition region between laminar and turbulent flow. (2000 < Re < 3000)
Turbulent Flow - Non-uniform (turbulent) flow of fluid. The fluid particles no longer flow in parallel layers. (Re ³ 3000)
Reynolds Number - Used to study the viscous flow of the fluid and to help determine the flow.

HOSE ASSEMBLY DATA
Hose I.D. (in.)
Total psi Loss (inc. ftgs.)
Reynolds Number
Velocity (ft./sec.)*
Heat Gain (BTUH)
Horsepower Loss
{{hData.TotalPsiLoss | number: 1}}
{{hData.HoseId}}
{{hData.ReynoldsNumber | number: 0}}
{{hData.Velocity | number: 0}}
{{hData.HeatGain | number: 0}}
{{hData.HosePowerLoss | number: 2}}
* Velocity must be less than 35 ft/s