China Custom Wholesale Excellent Abrasion Corrosion Rubber Flexible Coupling/Reducer/Elbow/End Cap/Tee

Product Description

Hot Sales Rubber Products Flexible Rubber Coupling with the best price
 

Spare parts in pipe system, controlling, turning, shunting, sealing and support the other action
Including union joint,cast iron pipe ,plastic pipe ,copper pipe ,steel pipe , coupling, card sleeve, hose clamp, elbow, variable
diameter (reducer), reducing elbow, branch pipe, reinforcing pipe, tee, four-way, plug, U-bent tube and so on.
1. CZPT rubber, NBR, PVC and stainless steel material
2. Excellent abrasion corrosion and ageing resistance
3. Easy to assemble and replace
4. Varieties of materials or types pipe available
 

Material

EPDM, NR, Silicon, FKM, IIR, NBR, SBR, or Custom Compound

Color

Black, white, red, green, transparent or any color according to Pantone code 

Size

As per customer’s requirements

Technology

Compression molding, injection molding, vacuum vulcanizing, extrusion.

Surface Treatment

Powder coating, Zinc coating, Galvanization, Electro-deposition coating, Chrome/zinc/nickel plating, Polishing, Silkscreen, Black oxide

Application

Automotive, ATV, Mechanical equipment, Construction, Home appliance, Aviation,
Office facilities, Agriculture, etc.

Shippment

We have longterm cooperation with internation shipping agent and express company, so that shipping safty and arriving time are secured

 

Specifications
 

Figure

Specification

PCS/CTN

G.W.kg

MEAS. CM

m3

 

 

test cap 1-1/2″

100

7.5

29x29x16

0.013

test cap 2″

100

9.5

40x40x22

0.035

test cap 3″

50

8

 40x34x14

0.019

test cap 4″

25

11

50x42x17

0.036

Flex CPLG 1-1/4″x1-1/4″

100

16

32x32x30

0.031

Flex CPLG 1-1/2″x1-1/2″

100

15

38x38x30

0.043

Flex CPLG 2″x2″

100

18

44x44x30

0.058

Flex CPLG 3″x3″

50

13

46x40x30

0.055

Flex CPLG 4″x4″

50

21

62x50x32

0.100

Flex CPLG 6″x6″

25

19.5

52x52x45

0.122

 

Flex CPLG 1-1/2″x1-1/4″

100

13

32x32x24

0.571

Flex CPLG 2″x1-1/2″

100

20

53.5x38x26

0.053

Flex CPLG 3″x1-1/2″

60

16

48x48x26

0.060

Flex CPLG 3″x2″

60

20

48x48x26

0.060

Flex CPLG 4″x1-1/2″

50

17

55x51x24

0.067

Flex CPLG 4″x2″

50

18.5

55x51x24

0.067

Flex CPLG 4″x3″

50

19

55x51x24

0.067

Flex CPLG 6″x4″

10

16

42x42x22.5

0.040

Qwik Elbow W/ss Clamp 1-1/2″

50

10

42x41x18

0.031

Qwik Elbow W/ss Clamp 2″

50

14

50x49x21

0.051

Qwik Elbow W/ss Clamp 3″

30

19

59x53x31

0.097

Qwik Elbow W/ss Clamp 4″

10

11.5

62x38x36

0.085

Qwik Tee W/ss Clamp 1-1/2″

30

25.5

34x30x21

0.571

Qwik Tee W/ss Clamp 2″

50

15.5

57.5×39.5×34.5

0.078

Qwik Tee W/ss Clamp 3″

20

18.5

61x61x28

0.104

Qwik Tee W/ss Clamp 4″

10

16

62x62x23

0.088

Our factory and packing 
 

Packing as customized

Certifications

Related Product
 

 

FAQ: (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is your MOQ?
Our MOQ is usually 5 CTNS.

2. What is your delievery time?
Our delievery is about 25-30days.

3. What is your payment terms?
We accept T/T, 100% L/C, or West Union and so on.

4. Could you provide free samples?
Usually, we offer free samples, customers bear freight cost. 

5. Why choose us?

Firstly, comparing with many factories, our prices are more competitive.

Secondly, We 100% test working pressure for ALL our products.

Finally, After- Services will be highly satisfied. Any problems and feedbacks will be responded efficiently.

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Specific Safety Considerations for Using Reducer Couplings in High-Pressure Systems

When using reducer couplings in high-pressure systems, there are several important safety considerations to keep in mind to ensure the integrity and safety of the overall system. Here are some key points to consider:

  • Material Strength: Ensure that the reducer coupling is made from a material that can withstand the high pressure of the system. High-pressure applications often require couplings made from robust materials such as stainless steel, brass, or high-grade carbon steel.
  • Pressure Rating: Always check and verify the pressure rating of the reducer coupling. The pressure rating should be suitable for the maximum pressure that the system will experience. Exceeding the pressure rating of the coupling can lead to catastrophic failure.
  • Proper Sizing: Select a reducer coupling with the appropriate size to transition between pipes of different diameters while maintaining the required flow rate and pressure. Using an incorrectly sized reducer coupling can cause flow restrictions and pressure drops.
  • Sealing Integrity: Ensure that the reducer coupling has proper sealing mechanisms to prevent leaks under high pressure. O-ring seals or gaskets are commonly used to provide a reliable seal in high-pressure systems.
  • Fastening and Torque: If the reducer coupling has fasteners, such as bolts and nuts, make sure to use the correct tightening torque. Under-tightening can result in leaks, while over-tightening may damage the coupling or compromise its integrity.
  • Pressure Testing: Perform a pressure test on the entire system after installing the reducer coupling to identify any potential leaks or weak points. This step is crucial in high-pressure applications to ensure the system’s safety and reliability.
  • Regular Inspection and Maintenance: High-pressure systems require regular inspection and maintenance to identify any signs of wear, corrosion, or fatigue in the reducer coupling. Addressing issues promptly can prevent accidents and system failures.
  • Compliance with Standards: Ensure that the reducer coupling complies with relevant industry standards and regulations for high-pressure applications. Using couplings that meet specific safety standards can provide added assurance of their reliability.
  • Operator Training: Properly train all personnel who handle high-pressure systems, including installation, maintenance, and operation procedures. Knowledgeable and skilled operators can contribute to the safe and efficient operation of the system.
  • Emergency Procedures: Establish clear emergency procedures and protocols in case of any unforeseen incidents or leaks in the high-pressure system. Preparedness is crucial to mitigate potential risks.

By taking these safety considerations into account and following industry best practices, the use of reducer couplings in high-pressure systems can be safe and reliable. It is essential to consult with experienced professionals and engineers when designing, installing, and operating high-pressure piping systems to ensure their proper functioning and safety.

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Potential Limitations or Drawbacks of Using a Reducer Coupling

While reducer couplings are commonly used and offer advantages in certain applications, they also have some limitations and drawbacks that should be considered:

  • Flow Restrictions: Reducer couplings may create flow restrictions due to the change in pipe diameter, which can lead to increased pressure drop and reduced flow rates in the system.
  • Pressure Loss: When fluid flows through a reducer coupling, there is a pressure loss associated with the change in diameter. This pressure loss can impact the overall system performance, especially in high-pressure applications.
  • Mechanical Stress: The transition from a larger to a smaller pipe diameter in a reducer coupling can cause mechanical stress and turbulence in the fluid flow, potentially leading to fatigue and premature wear in the system.
  • Corrosion and Material Compatibility: If the reducer coupling material is not compatible with the materials of the connected pipes, it can lead to galvanic corrosion and deterioration of the coupling, reducing its lifespan.
  • Space Considerations: Reducer couplings add length to the pipeline due to their tapered design, which may require more space for installation and can be a constraint in compact or crowded installations.
  • Thermal Expansion: Differences in thermal expansion coefficients between the pipe materials and the reducer coupling material can cause stress and potential leaks at the joints during temperature variations.
  • Flow Turbulence: The abrupt change in pipe diameter at the reducer coupling can induce flow turbulence, affecting the efficiency of the fluid transport system.
  • Cost: In some cases, using a reducer coupling may require additional material and labor costs for installation, especially when transitioning between pipes of significantly different diameters.
  • Disassembly Difficulty: In situations where maintenance or repairs are required, disassembling a reducer coupling can be more challenging compared to other types of pipe fittings, particularly if it is permanently welded or glued.
  • Limitation in Transitioning Pipe Materials: Reducer couplings may not be suitable for transitioning between pipes with vastly different materials due to potential corrosion or compatibility issues.

Despite these limitations, reducer couplings remain valuable components for connecting pipes of different diameters in plumbing and piping systems. It is essential to carefully consider the specific requirements and challenges of the application to determine whether a reducer coupling is the best choice or if other types of pipe fittings would be more suitable.

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What are the Materials Commonly Used for Manufacturing Reducer Couplings?

Reducer couplings are manufactured using a variety of materials, each chosen based on its specific properties and suitability for different applications. The most commonly used materials for manufacturing reducer couplings include:

  • PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride): PVC is a widely used material for manufacturing reducer couplings in plumbing systems. It is lightweight, durable, and resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. PVC couplings are commonly used in residential and commercial plumbing installations.
  • CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride): CPVC shares similar properties with PVC but has enhanced temperature and pressure resistance. This makes CPVC reducer couplings suitable for hot water and higher-pressure applications.
  • ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene): ABS is known for its high impact resistance and durability. ABS reducer couplings are commonly used in drain and waste systems, vent lines, and other low-pressure applications.
  • Brass: Brass reducer couplings are valued for their excellent corrosion resistance and strength. They are often used in plumbing systems where there is a need for a more robust and reliable connection.
  • Copper: Copper is known for its superior conductivity, making it suitable for applications that require electrical grounding. Copper reducer couplings are commonly used in water supply lines and heating systems.
  • Stainless Steel: Stainless steel reducer couplings offer excellent corrosion resistance and are ideal for applications that involve aggressive or harsh environments, such as chemical processing or marine applications.
  • Ductile Iron: Ductile iron is used for manufacturing heavy-duty reducer couplings designed for industrial and large-scale applications. It provides high strength and durability.

When selecting a reducer coupling material, factors such as the fluid or gas being conveyed, temperature and pressure requirements, environmental conditions, and the overall application must be taken into consideration. Additionally, compliance with industry standards and regulations is essential to ensure the reducer coupling’s reliability and safety.

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editor by CX 2023-08-11

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