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缓冲接头(压力表保护器)

Swagelok® Snubber Fittings

Snubber fittings protect gauges and instruments from the potential damage that system pressure and shocks can cause and allow the instruments to smoothly come to line pressure.

Snubber Fittings Catalogs

Locate detailed product information, including materials of construction, pressure and temperature ratings, options, and accessories.

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The Swagelok® Tube Fitting Advantage

Swagelok tube fittings are designed to meet your highest expectations for safety and dependability, featuring proven design, precise manufacturing, and superior raw materials.

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An Introduction to Fittings: Identifying Thread Size and Pitch

Even the most seasoned professionals can experience difficulty identifying threads. Swagelok product manager Andy Hitchcock explains how to identify thread size and pitch on your fittings using a caliper, pitch gauge and thread identification guide.

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Optimizing Medium-Pressure Oil and Gas Applications with Compression Fittings

For medium-pressure applications in oil and gas topside assets, learn how compression fittings can offer installation speed and performance benefits over traditional cone and thread connections.

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How Shenyang Blower Works Group Improved Safety and Reliability

Learn how Swagelok Shanghai has helped Shenyang Blower Works Group Corporation achieve consistency, reliability, and cost savings for its customers while improving its own safety and production efficiency.

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Swagelok Tube Fitting Installation

This video demonstrates the integral steps for installing Swagelok tube fittings, which have earned a global reputation for consistency, quality, and reliability.

缓冲接头

Snubber Fittings (Gauge Protectors)

The response rate of an instrument to system changes is reduced when a Swagelok snubber fitting is installed upstream from a pressure-sensitive instrument, protecting it from potential damage. Pressure damping (snubbing) is accomplished through the use of a porous sintered 316 stainless steel element. The response rate then generally varies with the initial pressure drop across the element, allowing the instrument to smoothly come to line pressure.