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Hydraulic fitting Push-to-Connect Fittings
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hydraulic fitting
hydraulic fitting
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Characteristics

Applications
hydraulic, pneumatic
Attachment
screw-in, quick
Configuration
elbow, T
Material
stainless steel
Other characteristics
compact, chemical-resistant, for the pharmaceutical industry, miniature, wide temperature range, for the food industry, for harsh environments, vacuum, for chemical applications, corrosion-resistant, for the biotechnology industry, poppet
Diameter

Min.: 1.6 mm (0.063 in)

Max.: 9.5 mm (0.374 in)

Operating pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 10.3 bar (149.39 psi)

Description

Beswick's stainless steel, Push-To-Connect style fittings permit easy tube connections and disconnections, and are an excellent choice for use with many types of plastic or metal tubing including Polyurethane, Polyethylene, Nylon, Teflon, Copper, and Stainless Steel. All components, including the release collar, are fabricated from stainless steel, permitting use in corrosive or high temperature environments, as well as applications requiring clean components. This design offers convenience, leak-free connections, and corrosion resistance in a space saving package. The maximum pressure rating is 150 psig. NOTE: Beswick push-to-connect fittings work well with some types of "soft" plastic tubing such as polyurethane with a hardness of 95 Shore A. In some applications, even softer polyurethane tubing such as 90 Shore A or 85 Shore A durometer tubing will work with Beswick push-to-connect fittings however we recommend that you verify that this lower durometer tubing is acceptable in your particular application before specifying them in your final design.

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