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
P Series Fittings and Nipples
Parker Autoclave Engineers use high quality UNS S31600/S31603 316/316L material cold worked to our stringent specifications that enable certification of NPT style Instrument Pipe Fittings to a maximum working pressure of 15,000 psi (1050 bar). It’s the strength of the material that allows this superior pressure rating and care should be taken to only use with other similar fittings made to the same specification.
- Three piece simple design to work on all instrumentation grade tubing
- Superior body seat surface finish to seal gases and liquids
- Molybdenum Disulfide coated nuts to prevent galling to provide lubrication
- Single ferrule technology to provide excellent anti-vibration performance
- Single ferrule system treated with Suparcase technology to insure sealing
- Excellent in high thermo cycling applications
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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