Clean break quick coupling system: tool change without dripping
Non-squirting and easy disconnection
Requirement: The tool manufacturer voestalpine Polynorm GmbH & Co. KG in Schwäbisch-Gmünd planned to equip its tool cooling circuits with a mono coupling system that guarantees a high flow rate with a nominal size of 80 mm and which in addition can be disconnected against residual pressures of approx. 3 bar without leakage.
WALTHER-PRÄZISION in Haan (Rhineland) supplied ten non-squirting clean break couplings of series CN to Schwäbisch-Gmünd, which already had proved to be a non-dripping coupling system in the process industry. Martin Bauer, shell construction manager at voestalpine Polynorm: "Compared to the competitors the clean break coupling type CN-080 has a higher flow rate, is leak-free during disconnection and can easily be handled by means of a handwheel."
voestalpine Polynorm GmbH & Co. KG in Schwäbisch-Gmünd (320 employees, 40 trainees), a subsidiary of the steel group voestalpine AG in Linz (Austria), is a tool manufacturing company with integrated press plant that has specialised in class A skin panels, large structures and press tools, particularly for the automotive industry.
Carl Kurt Walther GmbH & Co. KG
WALTHER-PRÄZISION, a division of Carl Kurt Walther GmbH & Co. KG (founded 1931 in Wuppertal) has been developing and producing mono-couplings, multi-couplings and docking systems used wherever there are liquids, steam, gases, electrical or optical signals and electrical power to be transferred and disconnected safely. The company develops solutions which fulfil the highest demands in industries such as the automotive, aerospace, aviation, chemical, pharmaceutical, offshore, medical, transportation, machine and systems engineering or defence. WALTHER-PRÄZISION offers the world's largest programme of mono-couplings, multi-couplings and docking systems with more than 400,000 options.
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