304 and 316 stainless steel c type camlock coupler with serrated hose shank

 Stainless Steel C type Camlock Coupler with Serrated Hose Shank

Quick Details


Material: Stainless Steel, 304, 316,CF8,CF8M,1.4308,1.4408
Technics: Casting
Type: Nipple
Connection: camlock
Shape: Equal
Head Code: ROUND
Size: 1/2'' to 6'' DN15 up to DN150
Thread Type: NPT, DIN2999
Application Medium: Water, Oil, Gas
Pressure: 150LB
Surface treatment: Sand Blasting
Usage: Pipe Quick Easy Pipe Repair Clamp
Certificate: ISO 9001:2008, CE
Sample: free sample is available

OPERATION


To connect
1. Open the coupler by pulling back the locking lever above the cam handles, whilst rotating the handles
away from the body of the coupler.
2. Insert the adaptor into the coupler
3. Close the coupler by rotating the cam handles towards the body of the coupler. Locking occurs when
the cam handles are closed. The coupler is properly closed when the locking levers on both the cam
handles assemblies are flush. For extra security, insert safety clip through the holes above the cam
handles. Line pressure, which moves the coupler and adaptor independently, increases the pressure
on the cam face, ensuring increased locking leverage. Under normal conditions, safety locks are not
necessary, but are recommended. The adaptor and the coupler are designed to minimize the fluid
turbulence and the abrasion from dry products when connected.

To disconnect
4. Be sure that the hose-coupling connection is depressurized before disconnecting.
5. Open the coupler by pulling back the locking lever above the cam handles, whilst rotating the handles
away from the body of the coupler.
6. Remove the adaptor from the coupler.
7. Close the coupler by rotating the cam handles towards the body of the coupler. Locking the coupler
when not in use will help protect it from accidental damage.dy of the coupler.

 

GOOD vs BAD


Burrs and flashing
You may get products with burrs and flashing from the market. It is mainly caused by the wax injection, shell making and pouring procedures. A proper grinding shall be given to every single product. The suppliers who allow this kind of flaw to get out of their factory is of low standard or even doesn't have one.

Unflat surface
The casting parts may get could shut, hump, pit or shape deformation on the surface.It is mainly caused by wax injection and pouring procedures. Approvement of this kind of flaw shows the low standard of inspection of the supplier.

Over grinding or cutting
The parts shall be cut off from the tree after poured, and then grind the surface to make it flat.
Sometimes, the operating worker may over cut or over grind the surface of the parts. This kind of products can’t be repaired. It happens, but a supplier shall not release this kind of product to you.

Casting or pickling residue uncleaned.
Some times, after casting or pickling, a layer of oxidized residue may cover some part of the surface. Shoot blasting is needed to clean all this. Some buyer may say it is not big deal, as long as the dimension and other parts are good. Well, anyway, it is a necessary procedure a supplier shall provide.

Eccentric problem
This is a sheer machining problem. It has nothing to do with casting. It will lead to a decrease of working pressure of the product. The slim side of the wall would be more easier to break. Watch out for this kind of flaw. Because it is sometimes hard to detect.