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  • Choosing the Right Fluid Connector for Your Liquid Cooling Application - Part 1: Fittings
    article will cover couplings. Fitting Types. There are many types of fittings used in liquid cooling applications but the more commonly used fittings are: beaded, barbed, NPT tapered pipe threads, SAE straight threads, compression, 37 º AN flare, bite-type, mechanical grip-type and o-ring face seals
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Valves
    the fluid path from the solenoid is made of ethylene propylene, also an inert material. Liquid flow rates up to 1.7 L/min at 2-psi differential are common. The valve is rated as bubbletight against 50 psi in either direction, and the barbed ports are configured to accommodate 1/4-in.-ID tubing. South Bend
  • Port Sealing: An Effective Heat Sealing Solution
    are called port plates, port discs, end dispensing fitments or boat fitments. These various ports and fitments are manufactured by injection mold companies worldwide and are readily available in standard shapes, styles and sizes. Flanged port plates with barbed port for tube installation
  • Medical Device Link .
    valves, single- and dual-flow piercing devices, barbed connectors, burette chambers, caps, Y-fittings, T-fittings, and triconnectors, as well as custom designs. Burron OEM Div., B. Braun Medical Inc., 824 Twelfth Ave., Bethlehem, PA 18018. Standard and custom IV components Check valves, connectors
  • KENT Systems: A Comparison
    , the individual is always in control of the product. Barb Fitting. A barbed fitting is a often used as a cheap method to connect and disconnect hoses, when a quick coupling should be used instead. When a user wants to disconnect a tube from a fitting, they simply pull the tube off the barb fitting
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Subminiature Solenoid Valve. A two-way closed valve is now available with in-line barbed fittings. The Series 58 subminiature solenoid valve offered by Peter Paul Electronics Company, Inc. (New Britain, CT; www.peterpaul.com) comes in 3.5 or 0.9 W units. The valve is suitable for interfacing to circuit
  • Medical Device Link .
    of methods, both permanent such as bonding and moulding, or reversible such as barbed luer fittings (Figure 3). The disassembly force of the tubing from the terminal is a critical parameter in the quality and performance of the device. The force must be sufficiently high to avoid failure in use and ensure
  • Thermoplastic Selection
    . It is available in FDA and in industrial grades. It has good chemical resistance, and by adding UV stabilizers, it has good outdoor properties. Available in natural (translucent white), stock and custom colors. For flexible water and air lines where barbed fittings are used, LLDPE is preferred because