Introduction of hose coupling

Introduction of hose coupling

The hose coupling is a connector on the end of a hose to connect (or couple) it with another hose or with a tap or a hose appliance, such as an irrigation sprinkler. It is usually made of steel, brass, stainless steel, aluminium or plastic. Hose fittings from K&G are designed for use with their entire range of rubber hoses,PVC hoses and composite hoses. They have proven themselves in a wide range of industrial and mining applications and are manufactured to cater for all bore sizes across our comprehensive range of industrial and mining hoses. This ensures that we have hose fittings for your requirements.

Camlock Couplings
Medium pressure couplings for use where quick or frequent connection and disconnection is required. Used mainly for suction and delivery of petroleum products, chemicals, water and other liquid or dry products. Available in aluminium, nyglass, polypropylene, brass and stainless steel.

Geka Couplings
A medium pressure coupling used mainly on air or water hoses.

Combination Nipple
Low to medium pressure suction and discharge of water, slurries and other liquid or dry materials. Available in carbon steel in sizes up to 250mm. Normally attached with Band-It clamps or Double Bolt hose clamps.

Storz couplings 
Storz couplings have an identical locking head with no separate male or female halves and are available with BSP male and female threads, or serrated hose tails for fitting into various types of hose. Blank caps are available for shutting off delivery when not in use. The maximum working pressure for this range of couplings is 16 Bar and they are stocked in aluminium alloy and brass with stainless steel units available upon request.

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