Oil rotary union 8000 series
for steam2-passagehydraulic

oil rotary union
oil rotary union
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Characteristics

Medium
for oil, for steam
Number of passages
2-passage
Applications
hydraulic, low-pressure
Material
cast iron, steel
Other characteristics
radial, screw-in, right-angle, large
Pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 100 bar (1,450 psi)

Rotational speed

Min.: 0 rpm (0 rad.min-1)

Max.: 1,500 rpm (9,425 rad.min-1)

Nominal size

Min.: 0.5 in

Max.: 2 in

Description

Ideal For Steam Applications: Designed for operation in a variety of steam applications. Safety: An anti-torque lug prevents rotation of the housing while in operation. No Lubrication Needed: The special carbon graphite bearing is lubricated by the process fluid and requires no additional lubrication. Hot Oil Applications: 8000HO offers the same design features as the standard 8000 Series but with a special high temperature seal ring for hot oil applications. Stainless Steel Insert: The stainless steel housing insert in the 8000T Series makes this joint a favorite in the textile industry. Activities: – Food – Chemistry, Plastic, Health – Trading – Paper, Printing, Publishing – Textile, Clothing Technical Data: Number of ports: 1 way, 2 ways Fluid: Air, Water, Oil, Steam Rotation Speed: Articulation (up to 5 RPM), Low speed (from 5 to 20 RPM), Intermediate speed (from 20 to 1500 RPM) Pressure working: Low (from 0 to 10 bars), Intermediate (from 0 to 100 bars) Size: from 1/2″ to 1″, from 1″ to 1″ 1/4, from 1″ 1/4 to 1″ 1/2, from 1″ 1/2 to 2″ Material: Steel Surface treatment: Not available Implantation: Angle elbow Temperature working: -20°C à 200°C Connection: Thread BSP, NPT *for any other type of connection, please contact us.

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