- A rotary joint is a mechanism used to transfer fluid (under pressure or vacuum) from a stationary inlet to a rotating outlet, preserving and isolating the fluid.
-Rotary joints are engineered to endure a wide range of temperatures and pressures for a variety of conditions and environments.
In addition, rotary unions may integrate multiple passages and handle different types of fluid simultaneously.
• Rotary Joints are suitable for transferring gas, fluid and vacuum such as steam, compressed air, water oil etc.
• 1~6 passages are available.
• Various pipes and hose sizes are optional.
• Precision ball bearings for long life
• Speeds up to 200 rpm continuous
• Available in flange type and general type
• Very low torque
• Firmly anodized housing
• It can be designed to integrate with our electrical slip rings.
|Pressure Number of Circuit
||Max 200 rpm
||1/2, 3/8, 1/4, 1/8, M5, M6
|| Max ø04 ~ ø16
||Max ø02 ~ ø14
AIR : 7 ~ 20 Bar
WATER, OIL : Min 7 Bar ~Max 200 Bar
||Min 0.3 ~ 1.5