Universally applicable, now also in nominal size 3!
With the new nominal size 3 mm the CT series, so far available in 5, 7, 9, 12 und 19 mm, is complemented. Here, the engineers of WALTHER successfully combined the advantages of the coupling series also in this nominal size. Thus, this "little one" plays a big part particularly regarding substances that are harmful to health and the environment, aggressive or toxic, in the pressure range from vacuum to 64 bar!
The clean-break technology of the CT series thereby enables the user to connect and disconnect the non-drip, non-squirting coupling safely and quickly. Thus, with this small nominal diameter, too, the safety for the user and the environment is optimised. Consequently, the problems usually arising at and with the fluids-line interface are reliably solved and implementation of all relevant occupational safety or environmental regulations ensured.
Like all members of the CT series, this small coupling has minimal pressure drop and, accordingly, high flow rates due to a flow-enhanced design. Thus, power loss caused by friction is minimized and the energy demand is reduced.
Quick connection and disconnection times, a safe and simple one-hand operation through the integrated automatic lock as well as the possibility to safely connect the coupling even under residual pressure apply to this small nominal size, too.
The clean-break couplings of the CT series are manufactured as standard from high-quality stainless steel and come with an ATEX approval. The CT series is very versatile; it can be applied, for example for taking samples in chemical engineering or for connecting small fluids-containing vessels. Further, the CN series provides for larger nominal diameters well established in the chemical industry. WALTHER-PRÄZISION thus offers an extensive quick coupling programme for all customary nominal sizes and for a wide range of fluids.
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