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A Push-In Connector for Rotating Components

Oct. 23, 2018
A ball bearing rotary connector, an addition to Eisele Connectors’ B. can rotate freely around its own axis.

A ball bearing rotary connector, an addition to Eisele Connectors’ B. can rotate freely around its own axis. This lets the connector convey compressed air from a rigid component to a rotating component. It can handle pressures of-0.9 to 16 bar, and works with all applications compatible with nickel-plated brass. The seals are made of NBR and FKM. They are available as straight, angled or T-shaped version for tube diameters of eight, ten and twelve millimeters. The screw-in end is equipped with G1/4 threads. The connector’s rotary movement is provided a hybrid stainless steel-ball bearing with ceramic balls, which is approved for rotational speeds of up to 800 rpm. Stainless steel versions that are suitable for other operating media will follow.

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