Swagelok® PFA Fine Thread Flare Fittings
Swagelok PFA fine thread flare fittings are designed to provide reliable performance in challenging applications that involve reactive and corrosive chemicals, such as semiconductor manufacturing.Request More Information
Swagelok offers a wide variety of PFA fine thread flare fitting shapes and sizes, including straight, elbow, and tee configurations for use with 1/4 to 1 in. tubing. Our PFA fittings offer the tensile strength, resistance to permeation, thermal stability, flow, and creep resistance needed for safe, efficient operation in high-purity applications and aggressive chemical environments. As a result, they are often considered to be a strong choice for use in semiconductor production.
These PFA fittings are a part of a family of Swagelok ultrahigh-purity (UHP) fluoropolymer products that also include pneumatically actuated and quarter-turn manual radial diaphragm-sealed shutoff valves, O-ring-free check valves, and tubing.
|Pressure Ratings||Up to 275 psig (18.9 bar)|
|Temperature Ratings||75 to 350°F (23 to 176°C)|
|Material||Molded PFA/ASTM D3307 Type I|
|Sizes||1/8 to 1 in.|
|Configurations||Straights, elbows, tees, caps, plugs, nuts, PVDF fittings|
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