Girol Rotating Union for Hot Oil - K Series
Industrial Clutch Parts Ltd. supply a full range of Girol Rotary Unions and Rotary Joints. Girol’s state of the art engineering facility produces high precision mechanical products.
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Girol K Series is a universal Rotating Union with rotary seals. Available in stainless steel for the food industry.
Rotary Unions for Hot Oil - K Series:
- Max. Speed: 520 rpm
- Max. Temp: 110°C
- Max. Press: 70 bar
Girol Rotating Union - K Series for Hot Oil
These mechanical devices are used to transfer fluid from a stationary source, such as a supply pipe, into a rotating piece of machinery. ICP offers Girol single passage rotary joints, Girol dual passage rotary unions, Girol triple passage rotary unions, and Girol four passage rotary unions.
Suitable for a vast range of industries such as Agriculture, Automotive, Car Wash, Converting, Corrugating, Floor Covering, Machine Tools, Mining, Oil & Gas, Paper, Plastics, Pressure Wash, Printing, Renewable Energy, Rubber, Semi-Conductor, Steel, Textile, Wall Covering, etc.
Rotating Unions can also be referred to as rotary swivels, swivel joints, and rotary couplings. Girol Rotating Unions are used in numerous manufacturing processes to cool, heat, or transfer pneumatic or hydraulic fluid power.
Girol manufactures a diverse range of rotating unions for Hot Oil. The K series is a universal rotating union with rotary seals, suitable for air use up to 12 Bars and fluid use up to 70 Bars. The union shaft is designed with a cylindrical BSP threading (right or left-handed available). The seal is made of teflon and viton. The fixed external part is made of anodized aluminum and the rotary part is made of nickel plated carbon steel. Able to withstand temperatures up to 110°C and speeds up to 520 rpm.
|Industry Applications||Steel, paper, rubber and plastic, chemical, food, glass and packaging|
|Max. Working Pressure||70 Bar|