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4217IS Standard Diesel Emission Fluid Hose

Diesel-powered heavy duty vehicles needed a more functional solution. So, we created one. Diesel Emission Fluid (DEF) Tank Transfer Hose is manufactured for the specific filling functions of DEF tanks. They feature the highest quality construction to meet the demands of Diesel Emissions Fluid handling and transfer. Transfer of urea solutions such as AdBlue® used in exhaust treatment of diesel engines equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology.

  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C (-40°F to +257°F).
  • Material engineered to avoid DEF contamination.
  • High 2.4 MPa (350 psi) working pressure.

All Parts

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Part # Product # Description
42170316 DEF750025 3/4 X 25 DEF DISPENSING
42170317 DEF100025 1 X 25 DEF DISPENSING
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ECO-FRIENDLY SOLUTIONS

EPA emissions standards regulate the amount of allowable NOx emissions from diesel-powered heavy duty vehicles, including trucks, buses, construction machinery, and agricultural equipment. Gates® Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank Transfer Hose provides a solution that's superior OE and aftermarket parts. It works in conjunction with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems that use Diesel Emissions Fluid (DEF) to convert noxious NOx in vehicle emissions into harmless diatomic nitrogen gas and water.

Features and Benefits

  • Designed and manufactured to meet EPA emissions standards related to the release of noxious nitrogen oxide gas (NOx).
  • Zinc Free Peroxide EPDM Tube and Cover; Synthetic Fiber Reinforcement.
  • Custom Lengths available with minimum order quantity.
  • Shipped Bulk in Box.

TRUSTED TO PERFORM

When the temperature drops, Gates rises to the challenge. Designed to perform in the coldest, harshest operating environments, Gates® Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank Transfer Hose provide a solution that's superior to OEM and aftermarket parts. That's why they'rein use by more than 1.6 million class 8 SCR system equipped vehicles worldwide.