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PTFE and PFA Fittings

Fluid Controls only supplies the best PTFE and PFA Fittings form Parker Partek. Their chemically inert fittings are specially designed for ultra high purity requirements. The beauty of these fittings is that they offer the benefits of reduced assembly time and downtime, saving you money in the long-term. Among our PFA fittings, we can supply PFA pipe fittings and PFA ball valves.

Parker Partek Fittings

Parker Partek produces a range of chemically inert PTFE/PFA fittings for ultra high purity applications, where safeguarding media purity and corrosion protection is paramount. The range is available in imperial and metric dimensions and can be manufactured to specific customer configurations. The all PFA design yields maximum corrosion resistance.
Parflare Fittings are ideally suited for any ultrapure or corrosive chemical application. The fitting design ensures a leak-tight connection with minimal dead volume and can be used in side loading and vibrational applications.

Parflare Fittings feature a PFA body manufactured from virgin High Purity PFA materials, which is easily assembled to provide a leak tight seal and numerous configurations. They give the benefits of fewer surface particulates, TOC, and anions resulting in cleaner operation. They also offer reduced assembly time, less downtime, reduced system complexity and ultimately lower costs.
Pargrip Fittings are ideally suited for use in corrosive environments and chemical applications. The fitting design yields a leak-tight connection and requires no special tools to assemble. The connection is achieved by merely inserting the tubing into the fitting assembly and tightening the nut. Parbond Fittings offer similar capabilities, except that the connection is achieved by fusion welding the two ends together.

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PTFE and PFA Fittings

PTFE & PFA Fittings

Parker Partek produces a range of chemically inert PTFE/PFA fittings for ultra-high purity applications, where safeguarding media purity and corrosion protection is paramount. The range is available in imperial and metric dimensions and can be manufactured to specific customer configurations if requested.

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