In this data sheet you will find a list of the most important outlet connectors commonly used in Europe for pressure regulators on tanks and cylinders. These connectors also apply for other fittings or appliances assembled in the piping.
You will also find the commercial names, main dimensions as well as the countries for which the outlet connectors apply.
In this data sheet you will find a list of the most important inlet connectors commonly used in Europe for pressure regulators on tanks and cylinders.
You will also find the commercial names, main dimensions as well as the countries for which the inlet connectors apply.
This data sheet shows clearly the different female and male threads for pipes as well as pipe and hose connections.
Pipe threads R for connections where the seal is made on the thread according to EN 10226-1 require, for example, sufficiently deformable materials for the use with fittings, whereas pipe threads G for connections where the seal is not made on the thread according to EN ISO 228-1 can be used in diverse ways.
This data sheet answers the following questions on compression fittings with 24° inner cone in a short and clear way:
- Which standards are relevant?
- How does the olive guarantee the reliable connection?
- Which materials can go together?
- What is the maximum operating pressure a (screw-in) compression fitting may be subject to?
- What influence do higher temperatures have on the maximum operating pressure?
- What has to be taken into account when using compression fittings as connector for plain ended pipes according to the German DIN 3387-1 in the gas installation?
- Which minimum pipe lengths are required for the assembly?