Push-pull fittings

Sept. 6, 2012
The metric NPQP Series of push-pull fittings are resistant to aggressive media due to the use of polypropylene material, and are an economic alternative to stainless-steel fittings.

The metric NPQP Series of push-pull fittings are resistant to aggressive media due to the use of polypropylene material, and are an economic alternative to stainless-steel fittings.

Tubing connections come in sizes 4 to 12-mm OD and threaded types feature 1Ÿ/8 to ½ R threads. The fittings connect with flexible plastic tubing for a variety of pneumatic applications.

Features of the fittings, which come in clean-room packaging, include a polypropylene body, including threaded portion and releasing sleeve; stainless-steel tube-gripping teeth; and EPDM sealing rings.

Festo Corp.
395 Moreland Rd., Box 18023
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 435-0800
www.festo.com/usa

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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