Hydraulic Coupling Poppet MALE ONLY side ISO 7241-1 Series A 4400 PSI 1/4",3/8",1/2"
SKU NV MALE ONLY
ISO7241-1 A-SERIES Poppets #MALE HALF ONLY!!!
These Male half only, Hydraulic Poppet couplers are the most common poppet style. They are used extensively in agricultural applications etc . They come with 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" BSPP female threaded ends and are fully interchangeable with Faster ANV, Stucchi BIR, PARKER 6600,2000, Aeroquip 5600, G5600, Ryco R81/82(1/2",3/4"&1" only) Safeway S56 & DNP PAV1 couplers. Please compare the measurements shown in the photos of the male to your existing male to confirm fit. These poppet couplers are designed and manufactured to conform to ISO 7241-1 Series A.
They are used to minimize the pressure drop characteristics and provide a positive sealing arrangement.Typical applications include: Earthmoving equipment, construction, manufacturing, chemical processing, agricultural equipment and general industrial machinery.
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Dimensions and Performance.
Rated Working Pressure
From 350 Bar (5000 PSI) for 1/4" to 230 Bar (3300psi) for 1"
From 15 to 200 Litres/Minute
Pressure drops; see chart photo
-20 to 100 degrees Celsius
Materials of Construction
Zinc plated, heat treated carbon steel. Nitrile ‘O’ ring seals with PTFE backing rings
• Positive, quick connection ensured by the snap together locking ball system.
When connected the male and female halves can rotate, even under pressure, thus avoiding any torsional stress in the flexible hoses.
Poppet valves have balanced springs and calibrated oil flow passages to minimize the pressure drop.
Poppet valve seals have shockproof protective edges.
This Series conforms to ISO 7241-1 Series A.
IMPROPER SELECTION, INSTALLATION, IMPLEMENTATION AND/OR OPERATION BY ANYONE OTHER THAN PERSONS WITH APPROPRIATE TECHNICAL AND MECHANICAL TRAINING CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT OR PROPERTY, SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. PROPER PRECAUTIONS AND SAFETY PROCEDURES SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT.