Stainless steel compression fittings could be the perfect solution for your problem. Before making a decision on the material of your tube fittings, it’s best to consider the benefits of the material.
We’ve listed some of the main benefits you can gain with our high quality 316 tube fittings.
Stainless Steel Compression Fittings: The Advantages
- Proven resilience within many industry sectors
From chemical processing companies to filtration plants … stainless steel compression fittings have proved to be a popular choice as an engineering solution within many industries. Stainless steel brings the ability to utilise both low and high pressure compression fittings.
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- Corrosion resistance
Our compression fittings are crafted with the highest quality stainless steel. This ensures safe and impeccable usage in many different industrial applications.
The corrosion resistant properties of 316 stainless steel guarantee a high-performance tube fitting. This overall offers a great tube fittings that can withstand long-term usage.
*Please note: If stainless steel is treated or stored incorrectly, this can cause staining or discolouration.
Routine maintenance of stainless steel instrumentation will pro-long it’s working lifespan.
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Alternative corrosion resistance materials are available. We offer a fantastic special metals range of alloys such as titanium and Monel 400 – these compression fittings can be used in the most demanding engineering environments.
- High and low pressure performance ability
Stainless steel is a sturdy alloy. This allows our single ferrule compression fittings and twin ferrule compression fittings to flourish in a high or low pressure environment.
*If you are unsure of which fitting is best for your application, please discuss your requirements with an engineer at Waverley Brownall.
- Temperature resistance
Some grades of this material can withstand high temperatures.
Certain grades of stainless steel can also withstand very low temperatures which gives it very well-rounded properties for several applications. Send us an enquiry about our stainless steel instrumentation fittings and we will reply to you promptly.
For more information on 316 stainless steel and its properties, send us an enquiry today.
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