SKS IR SN72

Plug-in coupling connector

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Properties

Application area General application, e.g. in industry, construction machinery, agricultural technology etc.
Connection 1 BSP cylindrical internal threads
Design Snap-tite series 72
Material Steel
Standard ISO 7241 series B
Surface electro galvanised

Description

Plug-in couplings allow quick coupling.

Article Table

Product Name DN* Connecting thread Mineral oil temp. min. °C SF coup.* Operating pressure bar AF mm Mineral oil temp. max. °C Ø D1 mm
Product Name DN* Connecting thread Mineral oil temp. min. °C SF coup.* Operating pressure bar AF mm Mineral oil temp. max. °C Ø D1 mm
SKS 04 IR SN72 Plug-in coupling connector; Steel; electro galvanised 5 G 1/8" -28 -40 4 500.0 14 90 10.9
SKS 06 IR SN72 Plug-in coupling connector; Steel; electro galvanised 6 G 1/4" -19 -25 4 250.0 19 90 14.2
SKS 10 IR SN72 Plug-in coupling connector; Steel; electro galvanised 10 G 3/8" -19 -25 4 250.0 22 90 19.1
SKS 13 IR SN72 Plug-in coupling connector; Steel; electro galvanised 12 G 1/2" -14 -25 4 250.0 27 90 23.6
SKS 20 IR SN72 Plug-in coupling connector; Steel; electro galvanised 19 G 3/4" -14 -25 4 250.0 34 90 31.5
SKS 25 IR SN72 Plug-in coupling connector; Steel; electro galvanised 25 G 1" -11 -25 4 200.0 41 90 37.8
DN = Nominal diameter, nominal width
SF coup. = Safety factor coupled

Order hints

Other pressure and temperature figures available on request.

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