Have you ever wanted to know more details about different types of threads that exist for the tubbing? The following document edited by CPC in 2007 covers the following topics about this issue : 1 EVOLUTION OF THREADS 2
CHOOSING THE CORRECT REGULATOR In order to choose the correct regulator the following information is needed: – Function: Pressure reducing or backpressure control? – Pressure: What are the maximum and minimum inlet and outlet pressure ranges? – Fluid: Is it
Valve size often is described by the nominal size of the end connections, but a more important measure is the flow that the valve can provide. And determining flow through a valve can be simple. This technical bulletin shows how
Parker’s instrument tube fittings have been designed to work in a wide variety of applications that demand the utmost in product performance. Although Parker’s Instrument tube fittings have been engineered and manufactured to consistently provide this level of reliability, no
Standard fluid line systems, whether for simple household use or for the more exacting requirements of industry, were for many years constructed from threaded pipe of assorted materials and were assembled with various standard pipe fitting shapes, unions and nipples.