Hydraulic fittings connect conductors such as hoses, pipes and tubes in a hydraulic system. Most fittings have a male and female component that join to form a connection. These connections help contain and direct the flow of hydraulic fluid in the conductor while preventing leaks and maintaining pressure. Different fittings allow designers to change flow direction, the elevation of lines or split flow. Crimping is the most common method for assembling hoses and fittings. Once the crimp specifications have been checked for the specific hose and fitting, a crimping machine is adjusted to the appropriate crimping diameter setting. The next step is to lubricate the fitting, put it on the end of the hose, and then put it in the crimping machine.
Hydraulic Fitting Fractional Size Are Available: 1/8” to 2”
North American Thread Types :
NPTF, NPSM, JIC 37° Flare (SAE J514), SAE 45° Flare (SAE J512), O-Ring Boss Straight Thread (SAE J514), O-Ring Face Seal (SAE J1453 ORS/ORFS), SAE J514 Flareless Tube Fitting, Code 61/Code 62/Caterpillar® Flange (SAE J518), SAE 45° Inverted Flare (SAE J512), SAE J1467 Clip Fastener.
British Thread Types :
BSPT (British Standard Pipe Tapered), BSPP (British Standard Pipe Parallel)
French Thread Types:
Millimetrique and GAZ 24 28 GAZ Poclain 24° Flange.
German Thread Types :
DIN 2353 24° Cone, DIN 3863 60° Cone, DIN 3852 Types A & B, DIN 3852 Type C, Standpipe Assembly, DIN 20066 4-Bolt Flange.
Japanese Thread Types:
JIS 30° (Parallel Pipe Threads), JIS 30° Male Inverted Seat (Parallel Pipe Threads), JIS Tapered Pipe (JIS B 0203),
Japanese Komatsu® 30° Flare with Metric Threads (JIS B 0207), Komatsu® Flange Fitting, JIS B 8363 4-Bolt Flange.
Hydraulic Fittings are available in carbon steel and mild steelas a standard. Hydraulic fittings can also be manufactured in Brass, SS 316L, Monel and other exotic alloys upon request. Raw material outsourced meets requirements of one or more following ASTM specifications.