Josh Cosford is Operations Manager at Higginson Equipment in Burlington, Ontario, where he currently resides. Josh studied fluid power at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario. He has more than a decade of experience with fluid power systems, and has held the Certified Fluid Power Hydraulic Specialist designation from the Fluid Power Society since 2009. Josh has been involved in the design and sales of hydraulic systems since 2006. Josh is the Director of Communications for the Canadian Fluid Power Society. He is also a Fluid Power World reader favorite, contributing to both our magazine and many websites regularly.
Josh will be speaking on the following:
100R2 Is Not a Star Wars Droid. Find Out What It and the Other SAE J517 Standards Mean.
The SAE J517 hose standard defines common hydraulic hose construction types to help you avoid confusion while choosing the best hose type for your application. I break down the difference between 100R1 and 100R19 hose, and everything in between. Fluid type, pressure rating and even flexibility will come into play, so join me to discover the specifics of the sometimes confusing hose rating system you see so often.