Pneumatic fittings are the key to compressed air efficiency

Pneumatic fittings are important, as are any fittings that hold one thing to another. Quality fittings should effectively seal the join, allowing free passage of liquid, gas or air, without leakage or spillage. The industries, which manufacture fittings, have had so much critical learning experience, over centuries and so many fields of endeavour, that their development has reached an optimum. Fittings that hold an astronaut’s breathing apparatus to an oxygen tank, or a deep-sea diver’s air hose to the tank on his surface ship, we could say are crucial to preserving life.  Fittings that hold together gas pipes on a central heating system are possibly life saving, and certainly health-preserving. Most fittings small or large fulfil a crucial function.

Like their name indicates, pneumatic fittings embody speed and efficiency to fit pneumatic tools to a compressed air or gas supply; they are quick-change fittings- fast locking, achieving perfect sealing, and quick releasing for moving to another air source, allowing the worker the confidence to assume the freedom and speed necessary around his/her workshop or workspace, disengaging from one compressed air supplier to another; and generally being able to work safely and effectively.

For those ordering pneumatic fittings for engineering workshops, take a note of PCL airflow couplings and adaptors; they are made of steel, with positive locking and quick release, as are PCL Twin Airflow and Vertex couplings.  For smaller workshops or garages try PCL 100 series couplings and adaptors with a wide choice of threads and hose tail sizes. All available on this website.

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