Pneumatic fittings connect sections of pipe, tube and hose in pressurized gas systems. Compared to hydraulic fittings
, pneumatic fittings are generally characterized by tighter seals and lower pressure requirements. They are common in pneumatic logic control systems and instrumentation. We will discuss the vessels and types of pneumatic fittings.
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There are numerous types of hoses for the industrial, residential and commercial industries. These hoses have a variety of applications. Therefore, knowing what type of hose you need based on what you are going to use it for is necessary for before making a purchase. We will discuss the different industrial hose applications, so you can best determine which type of industrial hose is right for you.
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Hydraulic fittings can connect a variety of materials, including tubes, pipes or hoses to components such as pumps, valves or cylinders. When combining these components, you create a leak free system that hydraulic fluid allows for safe transmission. There’s a multitude of fitting configurations and variations to choose from. So, designers have the ability to change the direction of flow, split flows and alter the elevation of lines. Therefore, we have put together some information on how to choose your hydraulic fitting.
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Steel is one of the most crucial construction metals in the world. This may be common knowledge, but many do not understand the difference between carbon steel and other types of steel. Like any other specific type of steel, the carbon version of this metal contains specific properties unique to itself. In addition, it boasts both unique advantages when compared to other types of steel. We will discuss the metal properties of carbon steel.
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Stainless steel covers a wide range of alloys with different properties. One property all stainless steels have in common is that they all contain at least 12 percent chromium. They can be divided into three main groups: Austenitic stainless steel, Ferritic stainless steel and Martensitic stainless steel. We will discuss the metal properties of stainless steel.
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Valves are not necessarily the most exciting tool in any toolkit. However, they’re not only heroes in their own right but absolutely vital to make any building’s management system run smoothly. Knowing what kind of valve you need when you’re working with a range of pressure applications is crucial. We will discuss a few factors to consider when choosing the right valve for the job.
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is a mechanical gasket
in the shape of doughnut-shaped ring. O-Rings are ideal for placement in a groove and compression during assembly between two or more parts. It is a loop of elastomer with a round cross-section which creates a seal at the interface. They are one of the most common seals in machine design today.
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Quite often our customers will ask our team here at Bryan Hose & Gasket about the different types of metal, and what to look for when selecting grades, shapes and sizes. A metal is one of the basic elements in nature. Over three-quarters of the more known elements are metal. Metal is an ideal conductor of electricity and heat. Physically, metal is generally hard, heavy and tenacious. Brass, specifically, is a binary alloy consisting of Copper and Zinc that has been produced for millennia and is valued for its workability, hardness, corrosion resistance and attractive appearance. We will discuss the metal properties of brass.
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Whether its in large diameters or small, for liquid or gas, for high- or low-pressure systems under a wide range of temperatures, you can depend on copper piping and reduce costs for any mechanical system.
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There are numerous things going on in your hydraulic system. Pressure readings, temperature fluctuations and fluid level can all alter the way your system operates. This is why having the right hydraulic instrumentation on your system is essential. These important tools assist in maintaining a high-quality hydraulic operation, so lets take a look at how these tools can benefit you.
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