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â Couples to any standard 1/4â ISO 7241-B coupler
â Heavy knurled sleeves for non-slip grip
â Our couplers are machined out of carbon steel, which offers corrosion resistance, as well as an extra layer against normal wear and tear.
â The ISO 7241 B Series of quick disconnect couplers are used on a large spectrum of hydraulic applications such as the aerospace, automotive, electronics industries.
â Material: Brass
"1/4"" NPT ISO 7241-B Brass Quick Disconnect Hydraulic Couplings /Couplers
Specifics: Condition: 100% Brand New Type: Quick Coupler Set Material: Brass Body: 1/4"" ISO Standard: ISO 16028 Thread: Male 1/4"" NPT + Female 1/4"" NPT Rated Flow: 11.5L/Min Nitrile Rubber (NBR) Seal Temperature Range: -4°F to 212Â°F Fluororubber Seal Temperature Range: -4Â°F to 356Â°F
Note: 1. Please do not use it for fluids other than applicable fluids. 2. Do not exceed the maximum use pressure limit during use. 3. Do not use it outside the operating temperature range to prevent wear or leakage of the sealing material. 4. Do not hit, bend, or stretch artificially to prevent damage. 5. Do not use it in places mixed with metal powder or sand to prevent poor work or leakage. 6. For threaded installation, do not exceed the maximum tightening torque during installation to prevent damage. 7. Do not use hoses with cracks to prevent leakage or falling off. 8. If it is used in a machine with vibration or impact, it will reduce the durability. 9. The fluid used must be clean fluid filtered by a filter. 10.Do not disassemble the quick connector. 11.Please allow 1-5mm errors due to manual measurement.
Package Included: 1x Female Couplers 1x Male Couplers"
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