TP1100 RB ADJUSTABLE ROTARY UNION

Adjustable weld-on joint, weld-neck flange connection and others

Highly flexible design
Many types of flanges available (PN10/16, PN20 - ASA150, PN50 - ASA300)
Indicative standard NPS - Other NPS sizes on request

Strengths and specificities

  • The advantages of our adjustable swivel joints applied to your installation: we construct your non-standard flanged connection from our weld-on version! 
  • Flanges that can be adapted on request (number of holes, DCP, flange thickness, etc.)

Operating conditions

Air, water, oils, gas, vacuum and others
DN 1" to 8 as standard - DN250 to DN600 on request: contact us
Orientation and/or slow non-continuous rotation
Up to 16 bar depending on the flanges - Higher pressures available on request: contact us
Up to 180°C depending on the nature of the seal and the grease used: contact us

MAIN SECTORS OF ACTIVITY

  • Food industry
  • Energy - Environment - Wastewater treatment 
  • Robotics - Electronics
  • Marine environment 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

  • 1 passage 
  • Stainless steel - Anti-corrosion coated steel
  • Connection with weld-neck flanges - Non-standard flanges on request
  • Rotation guided by a double row of ball bearings
  • Main seal provided by the seal - Material adapted to your operating conditions: contact us

dimensions (IN MM)

Rotary union TP1100 RB, Pacquet

EXAMPLES OF APPLICATIONS

  • Sludge unloading arm in wastewater treatment plants
  • Treatment of waste
  • Loading arm

Rotating joint delivered with maintenance manual and assembly instructions (excluding welding instructions) - Equipped with a lubricator: lubrication intervals to be defined according to your operating conditions- Maintenance kits available on request- Other possible configurations: contact us- The operating conditions are interdependent: do not combine pressure, speed and temperature- Cycle time: contact us- Terms of use available on our site

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