Operating Temperature Range
Inline connector for connecting a tube to a female threaded connection in a straight run
Push-to-connect tube connection on one end and male NPT threads on the other end
Nickel-plated brass construction
PBT body and nickel-plated brass sub-base
Handles pressures up to 145 psi (10 bar), an operating temperature range of -20 to +60 degrees C (-4 to +140 degrees F), and a vacuum capability of 750 mm Hg
Meets RoHS and ISO 9001 specifications
This inline connector is a nickel-plated brass push-to-connect fitting that connects a tube to a female threaded connection in a straight run. It has a push-to-connect tube connection on one end and male National Pipe Taper threads on the other end for connecting to female threaded pipes. The NPT threads create a tighter seal than straight threads. This fitting's nickel plating is corrosion resistant, ferromagnetic, maintains much of its strength at high temperatures, and stays tough and ductile at low temperatures. This inline connector is suitable for use in air, water, oil, chemical, and food applications.
Tube fittings are components used for connecting, branching, terminating, and changing the direction of tubing in pneumatic and hydraulic systems. They are made of brass, stainless steel, PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), and other materials that resist corrosion and wear. Tube fittings have various types of connections, including threaded, welded, barbed, and push-to-connect (also called one-touch). Push-to-connect connections do not require tools or sealants. Tube fittings are used in various applications, including machine tools, airplane and truck controls, and automated production lines, among others.