The Parkair push-in fittings full metal solution to hostile working environments.
Hostile working environments where strong vibrations, abrasions and welding sparks are the norm, require heavy duty, robust fittings. The Parkair brass nickel-plated push-in fittings offer such features, being widely used in the robotics, automotive welding, heavy industry, railway, compressed air circuit, and vacuum industries. Durable brass material with NBR seals and stainless-steel gripping teeth, the design features a double O-ring for better swivel. The nickel-plated push-in fitting is suitable for air at a working pressure of 0 – 210 psi (0 – 15 bar) and compatible with the following tubing materials: PTFE, FEP, PU, PE, PA. The working temperature range is -20ºC to +80ºC.
Also, from Parkair is a 316L stainless steel push-in fitting, which is ideal for the more demanding applications where corrosive environments are a factor. A high grade 316L stainless steel, it can be used with food, medical and chemical applications, and extreme hot or cold conditions. The fittings have been approved to ISO9001:2008, RoHS, and CE. Suitable for air, water and oil, the working pressure is 0 – 225 psi (0 – 15 bar). With a versatile working temperature, the range -15ºC to +220ºC is compatible with the following tubing materials: PTFE, FEP, PU, PE, PA, PVDF.
Contact: For more information, please contact Tom Parker Ltd’s Business Development Manager: John Pomeroy. Tel: 01772 255113. Alternatively email the Business Development Department at email@example.com