The new joint is made of high-grade stainless steel. They have excellent chemical resistance, high temperature resistance and radiation resistance. They are specifically designed for areas that require long-term reliable solutions in extreme environments, such as nuclear power, energy, medical and food processing applications. They are not only safe, but also easy to clean, fully disinfectable and versatile.
The materials used for stainless steel pipe nipples are stainless steel pipe nipples 304, polyether ether ketone (PEEK) and ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM). They provide radiation and corrosion resistance, while ensuring consistent high performance even at high temperatures, and can be microbiologically sterilized.
In some medical fields, sterilization needs to be combined with radioactive purification. Nuclear medicine uses radioisotopes for therapeutic or imaging applications, such as PET scanner images and scintigraphy images. Therefore, it is necessary to design high-quality components to ensure radiation protection. Some stainless steel pipe nipples are compatible with decontamination fluids. Combining sterilization and decontamination can make the connector reusable, thereby reducing the total cost of ownership.
In the medical environment, cleanliness is essential, and reliable, fully sterilizable connections are essential to ensure personnel protection. Considering these challenges, this new stainless steel series and other types of nipple fittings were developed. There are many different combinations of stainless steel pipe joints 304 and are highly configurable to meet the unique requirements of customers.
Customers can choose size, body style, plug and contact block. Provide sealed or unsealed options, including IP68, and can add 360 degrees EMC shielding. With the patented industry standard push-pull locking system, it is easy to operate the joints while wearing gloves for simple fit, uncoupling and full control of the operation.