Different types of stainless steel can be used for making Tube Fittings, which makes them work better. Tube fittings can be used in industrial as well as instrumentation settings. Besides stainless steel, Tube Fittings can also be made from other materials like copper, brass, alloy 400, and carbon steel.Tube fittings are utilized to connect tubing and other sections of pipe equipment. Typically, these fittings are configured in straight sections that are connected with connection joints.
The fittings play an important role in within the system. Compression type fittings are flared to create a tight seal. A tube connector is comprised of a body, front ferrule, and nut. These connectors are easy to install and can be disassembled or removed at a later time.
We engage in the production of Tube fittings, adhering to rigorous quality control procedures and standards that ensure optimal surface and near dimensional tolerances. Our company boasts of ASME Quality and ISO 9001:2015 Certifications, which position us as a leading supplier of Tube fittings solutions made from carbon steel, alloy steel, and stainless steel, with a global reach. In addition to our production of top-quality stainless steel Tube fittings, we are authorized dealers of ISMT and Jindal, enabling us to supply carbon steel and alloy steel Tube fittings of exceptional quality.
|SS 304||0.08 max||2 max||0.75 max||0.045 max||0.030 max||18 – 20||–||8 – 11|
|SS 304L||0.035 max||2.0 max||1.0 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||18 – 20||–||8 – 13|
|SS 304H||0.10 max||2 max||0.75 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||18 – 20||–||8 – 10.5|
|SS 304||S30400||1.4301||Z7CN18‐09||X5CrNi18-10||SUS 304||304S31||08Х18Н10|
|SS 304L||S30403||1.4306/1.4307||Z3CN18‐10||X2CrNi18-9 / X2CrNi19-11||SUS 304L||304S11||03Х18Н11|
|OD||OD Actual||Thread Designation - Nominal Size||Thread per inch|
Tube fittings are specifically engineered for utilization with tubing, which possesses a smaller diameter and thinner walls in comparison to pipes. These fittings are commonly constructed from materials such as stainless steel, brass, aluminum, or various plastics. Depending on the intended application, tube fittings employ a variety of connection types, including compression, flare, push-to-connect, or mechanical grip fittings. The primary objective of these fittings is to establish dependable and impervious connections within systems that prioritize precision, compactness, and flexibility.
Piping fittings are specifically engineered for utilization with pipes, which commonly possess a greater diameter and thicker walls than tubing. These fittings are typically constructed from materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel, or cast iron. The installation of piping fittings frequently involves threaded connections (NPT, BSP) or welding techniques. These fittings may encompass a variety of components, including elbows, tees, reducers, and flanges, which are specifically designed to withstand the stresses and pressures associated with larger pipe sizes and heavy-duty applications.
Tube fittings are user-friendly, requiring no flaring or threading during installation. Standard tools and wrenches can be used to install them.
Tube fittings offer resistance against bending, vibrations, and deflection, making them suitable for use in machinery that involves high vibration. McNeil Instruments produces highly dependable tube fittings that are designed to provide superior grip and contact support, ensuring uninterrupted flow within the system.
Tube fittings are engineered to provide leak-free connections, thanks to their mechanical metal-to-metal seal. McNeil Instruments' tube fittings are guaranteed to be leak-proof for life, making them the most trusted choice for all types of industrial applications.