Fittings and flanges are used to connect pipe, tube, hose and similar structures.
Gas fittings are specifically designed for use with gases, such as flammable propane or hazardous phosgene. These types of fittings have a reverse thread; meaning, the threads are cut in the reverse direction from all other fittings so that gas lines cannot be connected to air lines, water lines, or vent lines.
Grease fittings are used to lubricate assemblies and parts. By applying pressure to a ball valve in the fitting, grease flows into the lubricating chamber but cannot flow out.
Hose fittings are a category of components used to connect hoses and tubes for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations.
Hydraulic fittings are parts used to connect hoses, pipes, and tubes in hydraulic lines and systems.
Pipe fittings cover many components that connect pipe ends for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations.
Flanges are used to connect pipes, tubes, hoses, and similar structures.
Pneumatic fittings are parts used to connect sections of pipe, tube, and hose in pneumatic (pressurized gas) lines and systems.
Pressure test connectors are mechanical assemblies for leak testing and filling fluids. They comprise a fitting connected to a fluid source, a flow control valve, and a quick connecting fitting to make the connection with the destination assembly.
Sanitary fittings are designed and constructed for use in food, beverage, medical, pharmaceutical and biological applications where cleanliness and sterility are required.
Tube fittings connect runs of tubing for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations to other tubing sections, pipe, hose, and other fluid transfer components.