GlobalCore Hose Resources, Information and Videos
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Download the brochure to learn how GlobalCore hydraulic hoses provide the simple, robust solution that OEMs and end users around the world have been asking for.

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All the GlobalCore resources to help with your next project, all in one place. Here you’ll find the collection of GlobalCore product literature, Parker’s HoseFinder tool, the helpful SAE vs. ISO Specification Chart, GlobalCore blogs and videos, and more.

How to Select The Right GlobalCore Hose and Fitting

Hose and Fitting Selection: Simply select the GlobalCore based on the pressure required for your application, then identify the right hydraulic fitting series needed for your GlobalCore hose assembly:

Selecting The Right GlobalCore Hose and Fitting using the charts.

Keep in mind that ISO 18752 hose are specified by the performance definitions below. These ISO definitions identify the grade and type of hose required for different applications based on criteria such as temperature, impulse pressure or cycle ratings. These performance definitions are included in the technical specifications for each GlobalCore hose.

Resistance to Impulse Chart

To replace existing SAE specified hoses, simply find your existing hose/spec in the SAE matrix below. The equivalent GlobalCore hoses are listed on the right of each SAE specification in order of dash size.

GlobalCore vs SAE and ISO Hoses

GlobalCore Literature

Download the brochure to learn how GlobalCore hydraulic hoses provide the simple, robust solution that OEMs and end users around the world have been asking for.

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Download Parker's HoseFinder App

Parker’s HoseFinder is a mobile application that allows you to search the entire catalog of products available from Parker's Hose Products, Industrial Hose Products, and Parflex divisions quickly and efficiently. Narrow down precisely what you need with the STAMP process, find GlobalCore hoses, and browse thousands of other products by category. It's like a catalog in your pocket, only better!

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GlobalCore Agency Approvals

GlobalCore will carry the most common international agency approvals as requested by our customers. ABS, DNV, Lloyd's, MSHA and USCG are comprehensive approvals, while other certifications are specific to designated hoses or sizes.

A ship classification society which establishes standards for the design, construction, and periodic survey of vessels. ABS classifies ships, which helps to ensure that they are fit for their intended service, and possess the structural and mechanical capability for safe performance.
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
A Norwegian Ship classification society which establishes rules and guidelines for the classification of ships, mobile offshore platforms, and other floating marine structures. DNV also issues rules and standards for the classification, certification, and verification of fixed offshore structures.
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
A global engineering technical and business services organization wholly owned by the Lloyd's Register Foundation, a UK charity dedicated to research and education in science and engineering. Founded in 1760 as a marine classification society, LR now operates across many industry sectors.
MSHA carries out the mandates of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (Mine Act) at all mining and mineral processing operations in the United States, regardless of size, number of employees, commodity mined, or method of extraction.
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
Developed through the cooperative efforts of the USCG and SAE, the J1942 specification became the official document for nonmetallic flexible hose assemblies for commercial marine use.
U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)

GlobalCore Videos

Watch the GlobalCore overview video to learn about the high-performance GlobalCore solution, or watch one of four Tiger Talk videos focusing on hydraulic hose attributes like hose covers, laylines, crimpers, and spiral construction.

With Parker’s GlobalCore solution, OEMs can significantly reduce their inventory and part number complexity by using just six hoses and two fittings. See how GlobalCore hoses revolutionized an industry, by simplifying it.
See the GlobalCore Story
Our abrasion resistant hose covers offer you a world of protection and a choice of covers — Tough Cover (TC) for tough environments and SuperTough (ST) for the really rough stuff. Learn more about Parker hose covers and how to select the right one for your application.
Hose Covers
The layline, or printing along the length of the hose, contains a wealth of information about that hose. Learn more about the information contained on each layline, what it means, and how to use it.
Hose Laylines
Parker’s 787 and 797 compact spiral hoses offers measurably greater advantages in routing and installation, product size and weight, performance, and much more. Learn more about how a compact spiral hydraulic hose can extend your maintenance cycles, reduce installer fatigue, and decrease downtime.
Compact Spiral Hose
Parker’s Parkrimp family of crimpers are the easiest to use, most accurate, and most effective for making safe and reliable high performance hose assemblies every time. Learn more about how they can work for you.
Parkrimp Modular Crimpers

GlobalCore Blogs

Did you ever wonder why there are so many different hydraulic hose standards in use across industries, regions, and applications? Read a blog about manufacturer-driven and region-specific standards like SAE and how they measure up to the global ISO 18752 standard.
Multiple SAE Specs Vs. One ISO Standard
To say that hose is an important part of a hydraulic system is a huge understatement. Hydraulics have become progressively more complicated. This blog shares the most essential tips to consider when building a hose assembly.
Successful Hydraulic Hose Assembly
Have you noticed all the writing on your hydraulic hoses? To most people it looks like a bunch of words, to others it’s an indispensable source of information about hose identification. The layline runs the length of the hose and contains information to assist when re-ordering hose.
Decoding a Hydraulic Hose Layline
There are thousands of reasons a hydraulic hose can fail, but often, the most common failures could have been avoided with proper precautions.
Top 8 Reasons Hydraulic Hoses Fail
The basic method of making a hose assembly is the same for every machine. We’ve outlined the steps in this blog. You also can watch the process through the linked video from a recent hose school training session.
Step-by-Step Hydraulic Hose Assembly
Although establishing and maintaining a safe work environment might seem like common sense, refreshing associates and employees on the basics will help lessen the risk of catastrophic outcomes.
Safety and Maintenance Tips

The Global Standard that Streamlines Specification

Haven't adopted the global ISO 18752 standard when specifying hydraulic hoses for your systems? Read our new whitepaper on why more OEMs and end users are looking for the single global standard that replaces older region- and manufacturer-specific specs and simplifies design on a global scale.

Where can I buy GlobalCore hoses?

You can buy GlobalCore hose from an authorized Parker distributor. Follow this link to enter your zip code and find distributors in your area.

Get Technical and Engineering Support

Parker Engineers and Product Specialists are standing by to help explain product details, specify GlobalCore products, or explain how to use the ISO 18752 specification for your next project. Just fill out the form available through the link below to request Engineering and Technical support.