Couplings & fittings

Couplings & fittings

The joints of industrial hoses are made of various materials, such as aluminum, stainless steel, brass, various plastics, etc. Each material has its own advantages and scopes depending on the specific conditions and cases of use.

Aluminum joints are lightweight, but durable and are quite resistant to corrosion. They are used in various industries, especially where weight and corrosion resistance are important.

It is appropriate to choose stainless steel industrial hose joints because of the high corrosion resistance, resistance to a wide variety of chemicals, durability, strength. Stainless steel joints are widely used in the chemical, food industries, as well as in pharmaceuticals and other industries. 

Brass connections are often used in plumbing, in the most diverse heating and water supply systems. Brass joints have excellent thermal conductivity properties and are resistant to corrosion.

Plastic joints are lightweight and often cheaper than metal ones. The areas of their application include water supply, sewerage or watering systems, but their use may be limited at high temperatures or with aggressive chemicals.