The FIRGQ Series Flat Face Couplings utilizing QPQ plating technology for a corrosion resistant finish that is superior to zinc plating in many environments. It is a low-cost alternative to cost-prohibitive stainless steel applications and can be supplied with a variety of seals for fluid compatibility and operating temperature requirements.
The DP Series of Multi-Coupling Plates allows the simultaneous couple and uncouple of two to four hydraulic and/or electrical lines with a single, simple movement requiring very little force. The circuit lines can all have the same coupler nominal diameter and different media. A dust cap is supplied, and options include: an electrical connector for low voltage requirements and a parking station.
The VEP Series is a popular solution for hydraulic circuit applications subject to high pressure impulses and circuits which experience high residual or trapped pressure in a line. Thread-to-connect design eliminates premature wear or brinelling, a patented internal valve allows connection/disconnection with high residual pressures, and the flat face design avoids loss of hydraulic fluid and contamination into the circuit. A yellow o-ring indicator makes the VEP series even easier to work with.
The A Premier International Series offers the same higher pressure ratings, superior flow characteristics, and lower pressure drop features and benefits as the A Premier series, with convenient international BSP British or German DIN port configurations. Specifically designed for applications needing no-leak performance and the ideal solution for limiting contamination in hydraulic circuits,the non-spill design avoids fluid loss during connection and disconnection. We also have our standard A-Premier series with NPT, SAE, JIC, and ORFS port connections.
The SV2 Series of Multi-Coupling Plates allows the simultaneous couple and uncouple of two large diameter hydraulic lines with a single, simple movement requiring very little force. The system eliminates crossing of lines, reducing downtime and insuring couplers are fully connected. The auto-locking system insures that lines are connected safely and provides secondary retention of the connection.