Instrumentation Pipe Fittings
- Manufactured from 316 stainless steel for superior corrosion resistance
- Available with NPT and ISO thread configurations
- All exposed threads protected to prevent damages
- All pipe threads meet NASI B1.20.1 requirements
Ultra High Pressure
Parker Autoclave Engineers High & Ultra High Pressure connections are a refinement of the original cone & thread joint which has been the standard connection in high pressure technology since its development by an agency of the US Government over 75 years ago. This design set precedence of quality and reliability found in all Parker Autoclave Engineers products to this day.
The pressure handling capabilities of this connection design have been applied successfully to control pressures up to 150,000 psi. All-metal sealing and working temperatures from 0° to 600°F (-18° to 315°C), along with a variety of different material options make this connection one of the most versatile ever. Fittings and tubing found in this section are designed using ASME B31.3 Chapter IX standards to be compatible with all of our Ultra High Pressure Valve and Fitting configurations.
- Available in socketweld, buttweld and automatic buttweld connections
- Manufactured to meet ASME Section III, and ANSE B31.1 and B31.7 codes
- Permanent. leak free connection
- For critical applications and high temperature such as steam
Low Pressure Speedbite
Parker Autoclave Engineers Low Pressure “Speedbite” and “Mini” Series fittings are designed to work with 10V/SW Series and Mini Series Low Pressure Valves as well as Low Pressure Tubing made of commercially sized 316/316L SS in the “Annealed” condition. Pressures to 15,000 psi and sizes from 1/16″ to 1/2″ are readily available.
The Speedbite connection is a single-ferrule bite-type compression fitting engineered for use with tubing designed by Parker Autoclave Engineers to a controlled hardness. Speedbite fittings employ a bite-type compression style single ferrule that is manually tightened.
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