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Pneumatic fittings

Push-fit fittings from Parker and Norgren

Our push in fittings from Parker and Norgren are designed to make your life easier. These user-friendly fittings promise quick and reliable leak-free connection and disconnection without the need for tools.

Our broad range of user-friendly push-fit fittings from Parker and Norgren covers a wide variety of materials and connections. The real advantage though is their tool-free installation, which will save you that most precious of commodities: time!

Legris push-fit and pneumatic fittings

Legris, a division of the Parker Hannifin Corporation, designs, manufactures and markets innovative solutions for connecting, conveying and controlling industrial fluids. Legris adopts an ongoing strategy of research and product innovation in order to offer a continuous range of new solutions.

Legris push-in fittings allow rapid, reliable assembly of circuits to convey compressed air, various gasses, or liquids at a range of pressure and temperatures. Also available are pneumatic push fittings and compression fittings to enable the secure installation of plastic and metal tubing and quick acting couplers to allow reliable and quick connection and disconnection.

Norgren push in fittings

Norgren offers one of the industry’s widest range of fittings available – composite, nickel plated brass, stainless steel, miniature and more. The composite bodied Pneufit C range covers most industrial applications and has a range of shapes and sizes in excess of 1000 items. Norgren Pneufit C fittings are ready to use, offering fast assembly with no need for tools and providing optimum flow.

Norgren Pneufit C push fittings are probably one of the most user-friendly push in fittings around. Available with both parallel and taper threads, fittings can be quickly installed into open ports to ensure a leak-free seal. Tubing is then simply cut cleanly with a proprietary tube cutter and inserted into the fitting which is then ready for use. Removal is carried out by holding down the release sleeve and pulling the tube – so simple it can even be done with one hand.

Push-fit fittings for you

Fluid Controls is committed to quality. Our dedication to maintain the highest standards is consistent through everything we approach, from telephone manner and technical advice, right through to the products we supply and after-sales support. Speak to a Fluid Controls adviser today about all your Push-fit Fittings requirements by calling +44 (0) 118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk.

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