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All-metal push-in and threadedfittings for cooling water supply

By Chemical Engineering |

Eisele Pneumatics

Eisele Pneumatics

The Liquiline line of threaded fittings and coolant connectors (photo) are available in dezincification-resistant brass, as well as aluminum and stainless steel. In addition, 45- and 90-deg elbows made of brass or stainless steel with optimized flow properties have been added to the line. The new swept screw-in elbow of dezincification-resistant brass or stainless steel achieves significantly better flowrates than conventional elbow fittings in comparative tests, since there is no turbulence and no obstruction of the flow to prevent heat dissipation, says the manufacturer. They are suitable, for example, for coolant connectors in welding processes, power electronics or high-frequency induction heating systems. The improved flowrate of the elbows allow the use of smaller diameters to achieve the same cooling effect as with conventional elbow connectors. — Eisele Pneumatics GmbH & Co. KG, Waiblingen, Germany

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