Push-in fittings offer a reliable seal in washdown environmentsJune 8, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Parker Hannifin’s LIQUIfit product range features a selection of leak-free and compact push-in fittings for liquid transfer applications. Available in Canada through Wainbee, these products are suitable for use in food processes, drink dispensers, water purification systems and other washdown environments.
An innovative alternative
LIQUIfit Push-In Fittings are known for offering reliable and compact connections for liquid transfer applications; however, they are also an innovative alternative for water applications. This is because, when using this product, no fluid contamination occurs, and environmental protection is guaranteed. The fittings feature a patented sealing technology, which is 100 percent leak-tested in production environments.
An innovative design
These fittings are the most compact product on the market for water, beverages and liquid foodstuffs. Their surfaces are easy to clean, and they are also easy to use, with simple push-in connection and disconnection. LIQUIfit fittings are also “eco-designed” using eco-friendly materials, manufacturing processes and more.
For example, the fittings are made from a bio-sourced polymer that meets the most severe food process regulations. The material is free of bisphenol A and phthalates, enabling it to conform to strict regulations. This material is also suitable for contact with water and beverages, and offers excellent chemical and mechanical resistance, even at high temperatures.
LIQUIfit Push-In Fittings are also available with metal adaptors made from 316L stainless steel or FDA chemical nickel-plated brass to ensure reliable and compact connections, along with excellent robustness.
Parker LIQUIfit Push-In Fittings are available in a range of styles and sizes to meet the needs of each unique application. They offer an effective seal in temperatures ranging from -10 to 95 degrees C.
To learn more, contact Wainbee.