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IS 8805 (2002): General Requirements for Ferrule Type


Couplings Used in Oil Hydraulic Systems [PGD 17: Fluid
Power Fittings, Hoses and Hose Assemblies]

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Indian Standard

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FERRULE


TYPE COUPLINGS USED IN OIL
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
(First Revision )

ICS 23.100.30

@BIS 2002

BUREAU

OF INDIAN

STANDARDS

MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG


NEW DELHI 110002
September

2002

Price Group 6

&-+

Fluid Power Fittings, Hoses and Hose Assemblies Sectional Committee, BP/PE 17

FOREWORD
This Indian Standard (First Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the draft finalized by
the Fluid Power Fittings, Hoses and Hose Assemblies Sectional Committee had been approved by the Basic and
Production Engineering Division Council.
This standard was first published in 1978 and designated as IS 8805 (Part 1). At that time the standard was
intended to be published in three parts. The other two parts of the standard contemplated to be formulated were:
Part 2 Survey of coupling assemblies and assembly procedure
Part 3 Test requirements
With the advancement of technology and its uses, it was decided to revise the standard and to bring it in line with
the present practices prevalent in the industry. While taking up revision of this standard it was decided to
publish it as single standard without any part as standard on survey of coupling assemblies and assembly
procedure was not needed by the industry at present and for test requirements for ferrule type couplings another
1S 10103:1982 Method for test for ferrule type couplings used in oil-hydraulic systems has already been
formulated. In this revision the following major changes have been made:
a) Title of the standard has been modified by deleting Part No.;
b) Working pressure has been indicated in bar in Table 2;
c) Metric thread sizes at pordstud end and taper pipe thread and taper metric thread sizes at stud end have
been added in Table 2; and
d) Following two new tables have been added:
1) Table 4 Dimensions for ports with metric thread, and
2) Table 6 Dimensions for stud end with parallel and taper metric thread.
While formulating
Standards:

this standard, considerable

assistance has been derived from the following

International

a) DIN 2353: 1991 Compression fittings and couplings,


b) DIN 3852 (Part 1): 1992 Stud ends and tapped holes with metric fine pitch thread, for use with compression
couplings, valves and screw plugs Dimensions, and
c) DIN 3852 (Part 2): 1991 Stud ends and tapped holes with pipe thread, for use with compression couplings,
valves and screw plugs Dimensions.

IS 8805:2002

Indian Standard

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FERRULE


TYPE COUPLINGS USED IN OIL
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
(First Revision )
Title

IS No.

1 SCOPE

10416:1992

This standard specifies the requirements for ferrule type


couplings for tube with outside diameter from 4 mm to
42 mm used in oil-hydraulic systems.

Fluid
power
systems
components Vocabulary
revision)

and
~rst

13170
2 REFERENCES

IS No.
554:1999

1368:1987

Connections for fluid power and


general use Ports and stud ends
with ISO 261 threads and O-ring
sealing : Part 1 Ports with O-ring
seal in truncated housing (jrst
revision)

(Part 1): 1999

The following Indian Standards contain provisions


which through reference
in this text, constitute
provisions of this standard. At the time of publication,
the editions indicated were valid. All standards are
subject to revision, and parties to agreements based
on this standard are encouraged to investigate the
possibility of applying the most recent editions of the
standards indicated below:

3 DEFINITIONS
For the purpose of this standard, the definitions given
in IS 10416 shall apply.

Title
Pipe threads where pressure-tight
joints are made on the threads
and
Dimensions,
tolerances
designation ~ourth revision)

4 WORKING

4.1 A coupling body, a coupling nut and a ferrule when


assembled with a tube forms a joint. After the alignment
of the body, nut and ferrule with the tube, the nut is
progressively tightened causing the ferrule to move
along with the nut. On tightening, the force exerted
uniformly makes the ferrule to bite onto the tube. Thus
the ferrule is made to throw up in front of it a ridge of
displaced metal, which acts as a metallic interlock and
gives the joint the pressure holding quality
(see
Fig. 1 and 2).

Dimensions for ends of parts with


external ISO metric threads (tfiird
revision)

1369 (Part 1): 1993 Fasteners Thread runouts and


undercuts: Part 1 Dimensions for
screw thread runouts for external
1S0 metric threads (third revision)
2500 (Part 1): 1992 Sampling inspection procedures:
Part 1 Attribute sampling plans
indexed by acceptable quality level
(AQL) for lot by lot inspection
(second revision)
2643:1999

Pipe threads where pressure-tight


joints are not made on the threads
Dimensions,
tolerances
and
designation (second revision)

42181)
8788:1993

ISO metric screw threads


Dimensions for metric external taper
and internal parallel screw threads
(first revision)

10103:1982

Method of test for ferrule type


couplings used in oil-hydraulic
systems

PRINCIPLE

SHOULDER OF

COUPLING NUT

FIG. 1 BEFORE TIGHTENING OF COUPLING NUT

I)Under revision

..-

IS 8805:2002
Table 1 Tolerance on Tube Sizes
(Clause 5)
All dimensions
Outsie

Diameter
(1)

in millimetres,

of Tube I

Tolerance
(2)

14

15

=#===10
22

Fm. 2 AFTER TIGHTENING OF COUPLING NUT

25

28

4.2 On making of the joint, the ferrule is altered in


shape and its leading edge becomes embedded in the
tube. When the joint is broken, the ferrule remains
permanently attached to the tube end, and because of
this, the joint can be dismantled and re-made without
affecting sealing characteristics for a number of times.
In addition to acting as a sealing member, the ferrule
also functions as a spring washer between the nut, the
body portion and the surface of the tube which helps
the joint to remain pressure tight even during heavy
vibrations.
5 TUBE SIZES
Tubes having the outside diameter and tolerances
specified in Table 1 and suitable to withstand the
desired pressure shall be chosen.
6 \VORKING
PRESSURE
The minimum working pressure for couplings used at
temperatures between 100C and + 1200C shall be as
given in Table 2. For applications involving other

30
@.15

35
38

~.2

42

working temperatures, the working pressures shall be


subject to agreement between the purchaser and the
manufacturer.
7 PORT DETAILS
The types and details of threads for ports shall be as
given in Tables 3 and 4. Type X and Y tapped holes are
intended for use with Type A, B and E stud ends. Type
Z tapped holes are intended for Type C stud ends.
8 DETAILS

OF STUD END FOR COUPLINGS

The types and details of stud end for couplings


be as given in Tables 5 and 6.

shall
.

lS 8805 :2002
Table 2 General Outlay of Pressure Ranges, Tube Sizes and Threads
(Clawse 6)
Series

OD of
Tube
mm

Nominal
Bore of
Tube
mm

Working
Pressure
Bar
f

T
Port/Stud
A

Pipe

Thread Size at
A
End
\

Metric

thread

thread
(1)

Light
L

Heavy
13

(2)

(3)

(4)

4
6
8
10
12
I5
18
22
28
35
42

3
5
6
8
10
12
16
20
25
32
40

100
250
250
250
250
250
160
160
100
100
100

G 1/8
G 1/8
G 1/4
G 1/4
G 3/8
G 1/2
G 1/2
G 3/4
G1
G I 1/4
G 1 1/2

M1O
M12
M14
M16
M18
M22
M26
M33
M42
M48

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2

6
8
10
12
14
16
~o

3
4
6
8
10
12
16
20
25
32

630
630
630
630
630
400
400
400
250
250

G 1/4
G 1/4
G 3/8
G 3/8
G 1/2
G 112
G 314
GI
G 1 1/4
G 1 1/2

M12
M14
M16
MIS
M20
M22
M27
M33
M42
M48

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2

25
30
38

(5)

NOTES
1 Parallel pipe threads shall be as per IS 2643.
2
[S0 metric parallel threads shall be as per IS 4218.
3 Taper pipe threads shall be as per IS 554.
4 Taper metric threads shall be as per 1S 8788.

(6)
M8X1

\
Stud End
A

Taper pipe

Taper metric

thread

thread

(7)

(8)

R1/8
R1/8
R114
R1/4
R318
RI12
R1/2

MC8
Mc1O
Mc12
Mc14
MC16
MC18
Mc22

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

R1/4
RI/4
R318
R3/8
R1/2
R1/2

Mc12
Mc14
MC16
MC18
Mc20
Mc22

x
x
x
x
x
x

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

--

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u

4-

z
n

1U

+---.2

,,
A.

d, for

d,

Type X and

Type Z

+0.4

Y Tapped

Tapped

Holes

Holes

Thread

Size

G1/8

&
+0.3
0

4
+0.3

al
Max

b,

b,

t,

tz

t,

Min

Min

Min

Min

A4in

d,

Lim.

Dev.

Rp 1/8

15

9.9

1.5

5.5

13

12

9.5

9.8

12

8.5

18.5

17

13.5

13.2

18.5

17

13.5

16.7

G114

RP1/4

19

13.4

1.2

G3/8

RP3t8

23

16.9

1.2

12

8.5

Glf2

RP112

27

21.2

1.2

2.5

14

10.5

22

20

16.5

21

33

26.7

1.2

2.5

16

13

26.5

+ ().2

0.1

G314
w!

40

GI

33.5

1.6

2.5

18

24

22

19

27

24.5

0.2

33.3

G1 1/4

50

42.1

1.6

2.5

20

29

26.5

42

G1 1/2

56

48.1

1.6

2.5

22

31

28.5

47.9

+ 0.3
0

NOTES
1 Parallel internal pipe thread for Type X and Y tapped holes shall be as per 1S 2643.
2 Parallel internal pipe thread R, for Type Z tapped holes shall be as per IS 554.

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Table 5 Dimensions for Stud Ends with Parallel and Taper Pipe Threads
(Clause 8)
All dimensions

WI
..

in millimetres.

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0

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TO

U3

-QG-l

d5

THRiIAD CHAMFERED TO MINOR DIAMETER


TYPE

DETAIL

1:16

TYPE

DETAIL

( WITH SEALING BY COMPRESSION AGAINST

( WITH SEALING BY WASHER )

TAPER

FACE OF BODY )

TYPE
TYPE

( WITH SEALING IN TAPERED THREAD )

( WITH M~HOD

OF SEALING SUBJECT TO AGREEMENT )

d, for

dz for

d3

d,

Type A, B

Type C

h14

& E Stud

Stud

Ends

Ends

-0.3

G1/8A

R1/8

14

G1/4A

R1/4

18

10
13.4

d,

a2

Min

+0.3

-0.2

-0.5

&

f(u

11

OD of Tube

Min

13

1.5

8.3

17

11.2

12

12

for Series

1
1.2

4/6

8/10

6/8
10/12

0.1
G318A

R318

22

17

21

2.5

14.7

12

12

1.2

12

G1/2A

R1/2

26

21.3

25

18.4

14

14

1.2

15/18

14/16

32

26.7

30

23.9

16

16

1.2

22

20

G314A
GIA

GI l/4A
a

GI 112A

39

33.5

37

29.9

16

14

1.6

28

25

49

42.2

47

38.6

16

15

1.6

35

30

55

48.1

53

44.5

16

15

1.6

42

38

0.2

NOTES
1 Threads on Type A, B and E stud ends shall be external parallel pipe threads as per class A of 1S 2643.
2 Threads on Type C stud ends shall be taper pipe thread as per IS 554.

..

,.
.

. .
y

Table 6 Dimensions for Stud Ends with Parallel and Taper Metric Threads
(Clause 8)
All dimensions in millimetres.

0 TO

h+%

:2

yyo

w]

300min

-J4

-J=--l
THREAD CHAMFERED TO MINOR DIAMETER
TYPE

DETAIL

TYPE

DETAIL

( WITH SEAUNG BY COMPRESSION AGAINST FACE OF BODY )

( WITH SEALING BY WASHER )

ds

A
C12

THE FORM OF THE CONTACT


FACES SHALL BE THE SUBJECT
OF AGREEMENT

~r

IF
b

1
9

~450

dj

TYPE
TYPE

( WITH SEALING IN TAPERED THREAD )

( WITH M~HOO

OF SEAUNG SUBJECT TO AGREEMENT )

..
.-

-.-2$:

.~
?-

d, for
Type A,
B&E
Stud Ends

dl for
Type C
Stud
End

d,
h14

d,

o
-0.3

M~xl

MC8X 1

12

8.3

M1OXI

Mc1OX1

14

10.3

M12x I.5

Mc12x I.5

17

12.3

M14x I.5

Mc14x 1.5

19

M16x1.5

Mc16x I.5

21

M18x I.5

Mc18x 1.5

M20x1.5
M22x1.5

al

Min

+0.3
0

-0.5

g,

o
-0.2

~o.2

Min

OD of Tube
for Series

41-

61

11

1.5

6.4

13

1.5

8.4

16

9.7

12

12

14.3

18

11.7

12

12

1.2

16.3

20

13.7

12

12

1.2

73

18.3

22

2.5

15.7

12

12

1.2

15

Mc20x I.5

25

20.3

24

2.5

17.7

14

14

1.2

[14

Mc22x I.5

27

22.3

26

19.7

14

14

1.2

118116

31

26.3

30

23.7

16

32

27.3

30.5

24

16

1.6

39

33.3

37

30

16

1.6

M26x I.5
M27x2

d,

M33K2

1.2

0]*

I
I

12

I
I
I

1.2

M42x2

49

42.3

47

39

16

1.6

M48x2

55

48.3

53

45

16

1.6

NOTES
1

Threads on Type A, B and E stud ends shall be external parallel ISO metric threads as per IS 4218, tolerance class 6 g,

Threads on Type C stud ends shall be external metric taper threads as per IS 8788.

Type C is self sealing without sealing agent for oil medium up to a nominal size of M22

For metric

ports refer 13170 (Part

l).

1.5.

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., -,,

lS 8805 :2002
9 DETAILS

10 WORKMANSHIP

OF TUBE END FOR COUPLINGS

The details of tube end for couplings shall be as given


in Table 7.

All couplings shall be finished smooth and free from


burrs, fins, sharp edges and other surface defects.
11 SURFACE PROTECTION

Table 7 Dimensions of Tube End for Couplings


All dimensions

AND FINISH

in millimetres.

Surface protection of coupling shall be as specified in


individual standards.

UNDERCUT
7

12 TEST REQUIREMENTS
12.1 Ferrule type couplings used in oil hydraulic
systems shall meet the test requirements of IS 10103
for proof pressure test and dismantling and reassembling.
12.2 When tested as above, the assembled joint shall
show no sign of leakage.
13 SAMPLING
13.1 In a consignment, all the ferrule type couplings
of same designation, manufactured
from the same
material under similar conditions of production shall
be grouped together to constitute a lot.

Series

O.D of Tube

Light
T

4
6
8
10
12

M8xl
M12 x
M14 x
M16 x
M18X

Is

22
28
35
41

M22x
M26x
M30
M36
M45
M52

6
8
10
i2

M14
M16
M18
M20

14
16
20
25
30
38

Ii

d,
B11

d,
+0.1

i
h
tO.2 +0.3

6
8
10
12

584
8.1
10.1
12.3
14.3

10 7
10 7
11 7
11 7

12
15
19
24
30
36

15
18
22
28
35
42

17.3
20.3
24.3
30.3
38
45

12
12
14
14
16
16

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

4
5
7
8

6
8
10
12

8.1
10. I
12.3
14.3

12 7
12 7
12 7.5
12 7.5

1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2

10
12
16
20
25
32

14
16
20
25
30
38

16.3
18.3
22.9
27.9
33
41

14 8
14
8.5
16 10.5
18 12
20 13.5
22 16

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

34
4
6
8
10

x
K
x
~

1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2

x
x
x
x

M22x
M24x
M30 x
M36 x
M42 x
M52 x

7
7.5
7.5
7.5
10.5
11

13.2 Unless otherwise agreed to between the supplier


and the purchaser, the procedure given in IS 2500
(Part 1) shall be followed for sampling inspection. The
inspection level, acceptable quality level (AQL), and
type of sampling plan to be followed for various
characteristics shall be as given in 13.2.1.
13.2.1 For shape,
dimensions,
clesignatjon,
workmanship and finish and general requirements, a
single sampling plan with Inspection Level III and AQL
of 2.5 percent as given in Tables I and II-A of IS 2500
(Part 1) shall be followed.
14 MARKING
14.1 Each coupling shall be clearly marked with size
(outside diameter of tube), series (letter L or H) and
manufacturers name, initial or recognised trade- mark.
14.2 BIS Certification Marking

Heavy
H

NOTES
1 For undercut details, refer IS 1369 (Part 1).
2 For vaiues of chamfer, refer [S 1368.
3 Threads for dia D shall conform to class 6 g of IS 4218.

Couplings may also be marked with the Standard Mark.


14.2.1 The use of the Standard Mark is governed by
the provisions of the Bureau of Indian Standards Act,
1986 and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder.
The details of conditions under which the license for
the use of the Standard Mark may be granted to
manufacturers or producers maybe obtained from the
Bureau of Indian Standards.
15 PACKINGANDDESPATCH
15.1 Each coupling shall be packed as agreed
between the purchaser and the manufacturer.

to

12

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