Huge collection of push-in fittings, which can be used with various pneumatic hoses. Here you can find subcategories with elbows, straight fittings, reducing fittings, tees, equal crosses, and many many more.
Male and female straight push-in fittings. Most popular. Threads from M5 up to G 1/2.
Push-in fittings designed to connect two pneumatic tubes with same diameter. Equal straight push-in fittings.
Reducing straight push-in fittings allows to join together tubes with different diameters. Simple and easy way to reduce tube diameter.
Using push-in fittings with reducing stem you can join together tubing with another push-in fitting. You simply push tube on one side, and the stem is suppose to be pushed into another push-in fitting.
Straight push-in fittings with built-in stop valve. This solution prevents air flow through valve when tube is disconnected, which can be useful in various scenarios.
Those fittings have check valve built-in which will prevent back air flow in case of input pressure drop. Great in scenarios where there is a variable input pressure.
Classic male elbow push-in fitting. Various tube diameters and thread sizes are available.
Male elbow with extended one arm. Works nicely together with classic male elbows because they fit nicely under the extended ones. Great for valve islands.
Another male elbow push-in fitting in our outstanding collection, this one is quite unique because it can rotate by 360° with huge speed even up to 500 rpm. For sophisticated applications.
Classic equal elbow for diameters from 4 up to 16 mm. Can be used to change direction of air hose easily.
Reducing stem elbows have one reduced hose connection, and stem which can be pushed into another push-in fitting with larger diameter.
Stop valve in this push-in fittings prevents air leakage when tube is disconnected. Great for temporary ad-hoc connections.
Classic T shaped fitting with one thread and two air hose connections. Easily branch out your air line into two opposite directions.
Male tee with thread on one and, and two air hose connections, one just opposite to threaded port, and the other running perpendicularly to them.
Tee with three hose push-in connections.
Standard Y piece with male thread on one side, and two parallel push-in connections for air hoses.
Y shaped fitting with three push-in air hose connections.
Another Y-shaped push-in fitting. Stem can be pushed into another push-in fitting thus creating firm and solid connection, with many possible outcomes.
If you need to change hose diameter and split stream into two smaller diameters reducing Y-shaped fitting might come in handy.
Reducing Y-shaped fitting with stem allows to split stream directly from a push-in fitting.
Very common push-in fitting, allowing to connect together four hoses with same diameter.
Elbow with male thread and built-in flow control valve. Control flow speed directly on push-in fitting.
Flow control valves which can be mounted directly on air hose.
Shut off valve that can be installed directly on air hose. Two push-in connections for air tubing with same diameter.
This category contains push-in fittings equipped with shut-off vent valve. When air flow is cut off, redundant air from the system (on the receiver side) is released through the vent.
Manifold push-in fittings with various number of outgoing push-in connections. Simple way to create additional outgoing connections directly on tubing.
If you need to move tubing through some obstacle, or mount it to some kind of board bulkhead fittings is a way to do it. Simply drill a hole, and screw on bulkhead push-in fitting, and then connect air hose on the both sides.
Blanking plugs are suppose to be pushed into other push-in fittings thus closing any unnecessary opened connections.
Using blanking cap you can create blank ending on air hose with appropriate diameter.
Common technical parameters and features:
All threads are expressed in British Standard Pipe.