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Water rotary union DNHC, DNHCR series
for chemicalsfor slurryhydraulic

water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
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Characteristics

Medium
for water, for chemicals, for slurry
Applications
hydraulic, high-pressure, low-pressure, for pipes, for rollers, medium-pressure, for clean-in-place systems
Material
stainless steel, carbon steel
Other characteristics
radial, screw-in, with seal, ball bearing, compact, low-speed, right-angle, large-diameter
Pressure

Max.: 350 bar (5,076 psi)

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Rotational speed

Max.: 1,500 rpm (9,425 rad.min-1)

Min.: 0 rpm (0 rad.min-1)

Nominal size

Max.: 1.5 in

Min.: 0.25 in

Description

Description: The Duff-Norton Europe DNHC & DNHCR Series Rotary Unions is designed to be installed primarily on manual or electric reels of hydro-powered trucks used in the sanitation market. By design, this series makes it easier to operate the winders, minimizing the stresses and stresses applied. Its anti-corrosion treatment allows it to be particularly suitable for the passage of water. Activities: – Energy, Environment – Trading – Transport and Logistics Technical Data: Number of ports: 1 way Fluid: Water 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), High (from 0 to 350 bars) Size: from 1/4″ to 3/8″, from 3/8″ to 1/2″, from 1/2″ to 1″, from 1″ to 1″ 1/4, from 1″ 1/4 to 1″ 1/2 Material: Steel, Stainless Steel Surface treatment: Anti-seizing treatment of stainless threads Implantation: Straight Temperature working: Up to 150°C Connection: Thread BSP, NPT *for any other type of connection, please contact us.

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