A grease fitting, grease nipple, jerk fitting, grease jerk, or Ale mite fitting is a metal fitting used in mechanical systems to feed lubricants, usually lubricating grease, into a bearing under moderate to high pressure using a grease gun.
Category: Hydraulic section
Stainless steel Hydraulic fittings connect conductors such as hoses, pipes and tubes in a hydraulic system. Most fittings have a male and female component that joins to form a connection. These connections help contain and direct the flow of hydraulic fluid in the conductor while preventing leaks and maintaining pressure. Different fittings allow designers to change flow direction, the elevation of lines or split flow.
Stuff pipe clamps are made accordance with DIN 3015 standards. Stuff pipe clamps are used for quick and easy pipes and hoses installations. They are used to reduce the impact and vibration of fluid flow and provide strength in the direction of the tube axis.Pipe clamps are commonly known as pipe brackets, PVC clamps, pipe clamps, tube clamps, or just stuff clamps. Stuff pipe clamps are typically available in three series: Standard. Heavy, and Twin. Common materials used for pipe clamps are polypropylene (PP), polyamide (PA), Aluminum (AL). Different configurations of pipe clamp are available to suit different requirements
An oil filter is a filter designed to remove contaminants from engine oil, transmission oil, lubricating oil, or hydraulic oil. Oil filters are used in many different types of hydraulic machinery. A chief use of the oil filter is in internal-combustion engines in on- and off-road motor vehicles, light aircraft, and various naval vessels. Other vehicle hydraulic systems, such as those in automatic transmissions and power steering, are often equipped with an oil filter. Gas turbine engines, such as those on jet aircraft, also require the use of oil filters. Aside from these uses, oil production, transport, and recycling facilities also employ filters in the manufacturing process.