TP1100 RMF ROTARY UNION - 1" to 4"

Adjustable rotary union for every type of connection

Rotating joint that can be adjusted to suit your installation: construct your threaded joint from our weld-on version!
Make the most of the reliable heavy-duty TP1100 MF on larger NPSs (2"1/2 to 4")
Many configurations available

Strengths and specificities

  • Rotating joint that is suitable for a wide variety of applications and DNs 
  • Many threads available 
  • Ideal for processes with space constraints

Operating conditions

Air, water, oils, gas, vacuum and others
2 1/2'' to 4": Male/Female thread cylindrical BSP gas pipe (BSPP) - 1" to 4": all types of threads
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


  • Food industry
  • Robotics - Electronics
  • Energy - Environment - Wastewater treatment
  • Chemistry - Health
  • Petrochemicals


  • 1 passage 
  • Stainless steel - Steel with anti-corrosion coating 
  • BSP gas pipe thread as standard - Other types of thread available: contact us  
  • 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 RMF, Pacquet


  • Hose orientation
  • Low-pressure reels bearing external mechanical loads
  • Upstream installation of a washing or filling rod

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

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