flare fitting


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flare fitting

A mechanical connection used with soft-metal tubing; one end of a tube is flared and provided with a mechanical seal.
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The automaker is recalling the vehicles because a fuel feed line has a single flare fitting instead of the specified double-flare connection.
That makes them perfect for plumbing jobs where you need a thin wrench to hold the body of a compression or flare fitting while you tighten the nut with a second wrench.
Compared to the original compression fitting, the flare fitting can handle higher pressures and wider system parameters.
But remember, you can't connect the flare fitting on the flexible gas line directly to a steel pipe thread.
Entegris has taken its Flaretek(R) flare fitting platform and has incorporated a sweep feature to improve the elbow's flow capability.
The unit also features a dual-angle seat that accepts both 37[degrees] and 45[degrees] flare fittings in certain sizes.
If the job does not require flare fittings, they may need solder, paste or a torch kit.
The Teflon PFA flare fittings have several patented design features to offer maximum sealing reliability and fluid entrapment.
Teflon[R] diaphragm valve with flare fittings is designed for high purity applications.
New Swagelok(R) high-purity PFA fine thread flare fittings and tubing are the latest additions to the Swagelok high-purity PFA product line.
Flare fittings are usually used for gas and refrigeration lines.
Make gas connections with solid steel pipe or soft copper with flare fittings.