Measurement and Testing
Ralston USN high pressure Hoses and quick-connects make connecting a snap
Oct 09 2018 Read 332 Times
Ralston Instruments introduces the USN line of 70 MPa Quick connect micro bore hoses and adapters. These are a great accessory for pressure calibration or pressure testing where time is of the essence. The Quick-connects are push-to-connect and release with a sleeve that can be released like a standard industrial quick-connect. The difference is that when the pressure gets above 350 kPa the Quick-connect is locked in place and cannot be disconnected until the pressure is vented, preventing accidental release under pressure.
Developed for military purposes, the USN line consists of Ralston high pressure light and flexible micro bore hose. Adapters are all precision machined from 316 stainless steel in the USA to military standards. Adapters are available in both male and female NPT, male and female AN/JIC 37° flare as well as male and female High Pressure coned and threaded connections. Dust caps for adapters and dust plugs for Quick-connects with hanging rings are available also.
The best configuration of USN hose and adapters can be selected for each application in either one of the available kits or purchased separately.
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