Compression Nuts

Compression fittings are also used extensively for hot and cold water faucets (taps) and toilet stop valves; compression fittings are well suited to this application, as these valves are usually located in confined spaces where copper pipe would be difficult to solder without creating a fire hazard.

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Detailed Description for Compression Nuts

Compression fittings are also used extensively for hot and cold water faucets (taps) and toilet stop valves; compression fittings are well suited to this application, as these valves are usually located in confined spaces where copper pipe would be difficult to solder without creating a fire hazard.

 

Features:

1.Material: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, stainless steel, aluminum, etc

2.Thread: M, UNC, UNF, BSW

3.Finish:Black,Zinc Plated ,HOT GALVANIZED,Cr Cu, Ni Plated 

 

Suitable for pneumatic and medium pressure hydraulic applications Compatible with many industrial fluids Large product range: 22 configurations excellent sealing due to the tightening of the olive onto the tube Metallic sealing guarantees maximum service life High strength brass for increased mechanical reliability

 

Connection of different types of tubing and hose: metal, polymer, steel, rubber, etc. Multiple tube diameters can be connected using the Parker Legris reducer assembly system No insert required for rigid and semi-rigid polyamide tubing below 14 mm

 

How They are assembled:

Use a tube cutter on the tubing to cut to length and assure a clean straight cut. 2. Prepare the end of the tube with a deburring tool to assure a surface free of burrs. 3. Slide the nut and then the ferrule onto the tube. The thread end of the nut must face out. 4. Insert tubing into the fitting body, making sure the tube is bottomed out on the fitting shoulder. 5. Assemble the nut to the body, hand tight. 6. Tighten the nut to the body using a wrench to the number of turns indicated in the table to the right.

 

 

 


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