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Action Sealtite are now pleased to offer Stainless Steel 3 way T & L port ball valves for purchase through our website.
Check out our new coupling for TriClover Connections on YouTube
There are a number of considerations when choosing the correct seal for your quick coupling or quick disconnect fitting. Quick couplings are often used in fluid lines and choosing the right seal is important to the operational performance alongside specifications such as pressure and flow requirements. Check this post for a run-down of the seals most commonly used in quick couplings, their materials and what they are most generally used for.
Welcome to part two of our series of blog posts about how to specify the right valves, couplings or hose. In part one, we applied the STAMP theory to Ball Valves. In the interests of consistency, we will address the second letter of that all-important acronym, STAMP, which is ‘T’ for Temperature.
Welcome to part one of a series of five short posts about Ball Vales. We’re exploring everything you need to consider when choosing the right ball valve for your application. In order to do this justice, we’d like to introduce you to ‘STAMP’. So lets get started…
Action Sealtite are attending Achema 2018! Find out all about what to expect right here!
Want to know more about the different types of fittings to attach to an IBC tank? Check out our list of the six most common fittings for more information on measuring and connecting, including connectivity guides, pdf data sheet downloads, and instruction video.
Do you work in an environment where pressure hose is used? Find out whether you should be using safety whipchecks in your hose assembly. The answer is probably yes!