Water rotary union ROTOFLUX typ
for compressed airfor hot oilfor vacuum

water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
water rotary union
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for water, for compressed air, for hot oil, for vacuum, for steam, for refrigerant fluids
Number of passages
hydraulic, high-pressure, pneumatic, low-pressure, for machine tools, medium-pressure, industrial, high-temperature
aluminum, brass, stainless steel
Other characteristics
large-diameter, radial, screw-in, with seal, ball bearing, high-speed, low-speed, shaft-mounted, multi-function, all-fluid, for high flow rates
Rotational speed

Min.: 750 rpm
(4,712.39 rad.min-1)

Max.: 15,000 rpm
(94,247.78 rad.min-1)


Min.: 0 bar
(0 psi)

Max.: 100 bar
(1,450 psi)


ROTOFLUX rotary joints The ROTOFLUX type rotary joints, marketed by SENGA, are used in a wide range of applications: with water, steam, hot oil, compressed air, vacuum, hydraulic oil, hot oil, cutting fluid, lubricant or dry (depending on the model). These rotary joints are available in universal single flow, T single flow or high speed radial connection series (for machine tool spraying). Other seals are also available on request (high flow, low speed, 2, 4 or 6 way versions etc...). Please contact us with detailed information for any specific request. ✔ Multiple fluids possible ✔ Several RPM possible Features Fluids: water, steam, hot oil, air, vacuum, hydraulic oil, hot oil, cutting fluid, coolant or dry Working temperature: see data sheet (depending on model) Operating pressure: see data sheet (depending on model) RPM: see data sheet (depending on model) Fields of application Packaging Printing Plastic injection moulding Food industry Machine tools


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