Product Description

Product Description

 

Product Name 1/4″(6.4mm) Hose Barbed Plastic Connector to Non-Valved Female Body Fitting POM Quick Connect Couplings for Fluid Control System 
Technology Injection Molding
Usage Standard flow quick-disconnect couplings require a body and an insert in the same flow size. Plug insert into body to connect fitting and easily disconnect the fitting by simply press the thumb latch.
Application medical devices, laboratory, life science, biopharmaceutical, biochemical analysis, bioengineering, circulating water cooling pipe system, water treatment and disinfection, food&beverage, packaging machinery, industrial and hundreds of other applications;
Adapted Medium Gas/Liquid
Material  POM Plastic
Seal Ring Material Buna-N/FKM/EPDM/Silicone rubber, depend on your usage
Valve Spring 316 Stainless Steel 
Temperature Range  32°F – 180°F (0°C – 82°C)
Pressure Range Vacuum to 100 psi, 6.9bar
Valve Option Valved(shut off) or Non-valved (straight through)
Shape Option Panel Mount/In-line/Elbow/NPT Threaded;
Hose Barb Size 1/16″ =1.6mm (01); 1/8″= 3.2mm (02); 3/16″= 4.8mm (03); 

1/4″=6.4mm  (04); 5/16″=8mm (05); 3/8″=9.6mm  (06);

Threaded End 1/8″-27NPT, 1/4″-18NPT Male Thread

1/4″ Flow rate, 1/4″(6.4mm), 5/16″(8mm),3/8″(9.5mm) Hose Barb Coupling 

 

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FAQ

 

Q1: Are you trading company or manufacturer?
A1: We are 15 years factory. Welcome to visit our factory.
 
Q2:What is your sample policy?
A2:
1. Only for terminal  manufacturer;
2. Please kindly provide detail  information of company for sample application process. Sample is available after confirmed and approved by management;
3.The international freight cost should be paid by the applicant;
 
Q3:What is your terms of payment?
A3: 100% payment before delivery; T/T 50% as deposit when mass customization, the balance before shipment.
 
Q4: How about your delivery time?
A4: Generally, it will take about 7-15 days after payment confirmed. The specific delivery time depends on the items and the ordered quantity .
 
Q5:What’s the shipping way?
A5: Usually by DHL, UPS, TNT, FedEx express or as your request.
 
Q6: Can you produce according to the samples?
A6: Yes, we can produce by your samples or technical drawings. We accept ODM & OEM.

 

 

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Factors to Consider when Choosing between a Fluid Coupling and a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive)

When selecting between a fluid coupling and a VFD for a power transmission application, several factors should be taken into account:

  • Speed Control Requirements: Consider whether variable speed control is essential for your application. VFDs are excellent for applications that require precise and flexible speed control, while fluid couplings typically offer limited speed control capabilities.
  • Energy Efficiency: Evaluate the energy efficiency requirements of your system. VFDs can offer higher energy efficiency by allowing the motor to run at optimal speeds, whereas fluid couplings introduce some energy losses due to slip.
  • Starting Torque: Examine the starting torque requirements of the driven load. Fluid couplings can provide high starting torque and smooth acceleration, which may be advantageous for applications with high inertia loads.
  • Overload Protection: Consider the need for overload protection. Fluid couplings inherently provide some protection against shock loads by allowing slip, while VFDs may require additional protective mechanisms.
  • Maintenance and Service: Evaluate the maintenance and service requirements of both systems. Fluid couplings are generally simpler and require less maintenance compared to VFDs, which involve electronic components.
  • Cost: Compare the initial and long-term costs of both options. VFDs often have higher upfront costs but can provide significant energy savings in the long run, while fluid couplings may have lower initial costs but could lead to higher energy consumption.

Ultimately, the choice between a fluid coupling and a VFD depends on the specific needs of your application. Each option has its advantages and limitations, and a thorough analysis of the operating conditions and performance requirements will help determine the most suitable solution for your system.

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Fluid Couplings in Pumps and Compressors

Yes, fluid couplings can be effectively used in pumps and compressors to optimize their operation and improve overall efficiency. Here’s how fluid couplings are beneficial in these applications:

1. Smooth Starting: Fluid couplings provide a soft-start capability, which is particularly advantageous for pumps and compressors. During startup, the fluid coupling allows the pump or compressor to gradually reach the desired operating speed, reducing mechanical stress on the equipment and preventing sudden torque spikes.

2. Overload Protection: Pumps and compressors may experience sudden changes in load due to variations in fluid demand or system pressure. A fluid coupling acts as a torque limiter and protects the connected equipment from damage during such overload conditions. It slips and absorbs excess torque, preventing mechanical failures and downtime.

3. Torque Control: Fluid couplings enable precise control over the torque transmitted to the pump or compressor. This feature allows operators to adjust the output speed and torque to match the specific requirements of the application, ensuring optimal performance and energy efficiency.

4. Vibration Damping: The inherent damping properties of fluid couplings help in reducing vibrations in pump and compressor systems. This not only extends the life of the mechanical components but also enhances the reliability of the entire system.

5. Energy Efficiency: By eliminating the need for direct mechanical connections and providing smooth acceleration, fluid couplings contribute to energy savings in pumps and compressors. The reduction in shock loads and vibrations leads to lower energy consumption and improved overall efficiency.

6. Heat Dissipation: Continuous operations in pumps and compressors can generate heat, potentially affecting the equipment’s performance. Fluid couplings have the ability to absorb and dissipate heat, maintaining proper operating temperatures and ensuring consistent performance.

7. System Protection: In addition to overload protection, fluid couplings also protect pumps and compressors from torque fluctuations, which can occur during transient conditions. This protection prevents mechanical damage and enhances the longevity of the equipment.

Overall, fluid couplings offer several advantages in pump and compressor applications, including smooth starting, overload protection, torque control, vibration damping, energy efficiency, heat dissipation, and system protection. These benefits make fluid couplings a valuable component in optimizing the performance and reliability of pumps and compressors in various industrial settings.

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Environmental Concerns Related to Fluid Coupling Operation

Fluid couplings are generally considered environmentally friendly and pose minimal direct environmental concerns during their operation. They do not contain hazardous materials or produce harmful emissions, making them a relatively safe choice for power transmission systems.

However, it is essential to consider some potential indirect environmental impacts associated with the use of fluid couplings in certain applications:

  1. Energy Efficiency: As discussed earlier, fluid couplings can improve energy efficiency in power transmission systems. By reducing energy wastage and optimizing torque transmission, they indirectly contribute to lower energy consumption. Energy efficiency is crucial in industries where high power consumption may have environmental implications due to increased energy demand from power plants.
  2. Maintenance Practices: Regular maintenance is essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity of fluid couplings. Proper maintenance reduces the risk of leaks and other potential issues that could lead to fluid spillage. Implementing sound maintenance practices can prevent environmental contamination and contribute to sustainable operations.
  3. Fluid Selection: The choice of fluid used in the coupling can impact the environment. While most fluid couplings use environmentally safe hydraulic fluids, it is essential to ensure that the selected fluid complies with environmental regulations and does not pose any environmental hazards if accidentally released.
  4. End-of-Life Disposal: At the end of their lifecycle, fluid couplings may need to be disposed of properly. The recycling or disposal of fluid couplings should follow local environmental regulations to minimize any potential environmental impact.

Overall, fluid couplings themselves are not a significant source of environmental concerns. Still, it is essential to consider their indirect impacts, such as energy efficiency, maintenance practices, fluid selection, and end-of-life disposal, to ensure responsible and environmentally conscious use.

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editor by CX 2024-04-09