3/8"-18 Steel Hydraulic Coupler Set, 3/8" Body Size
- Item # 2F769
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # S30-3P
- Catalog Page # 2528
- UNSPSC # 27121701
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- Item Hydraulic Coupler Set
- Quick Coupler Type Hydraulic Coupler Set
- Coupler Interchange Type S30
- Series 30
- Connection Type MNPT and FNPT
- Coupler Thread Size 3/8"-18
- Coupler Body Size 3/8"
- Coupler Flow Rate 6.0 gpm
- Max. Pressure 10,000 psi
- Coupler Body Material Steel
- Sleeve Material Steel
- Coupler Finish Trivalent Chromium Zinc
- Seal Type Captive Valve
- Operating Temp. Range -40 Degrees to 250 Degrees F
- Coupler Connection Type FNPT and MNPT
- Seal Material Buna
- Shut Off Double
- Valve Design Poppet
- Locking Mechanism Screw Together
- For Use With Pumps and Cylinders at 10,000 psi
- Includes 3/8" NPT Male and Female Coupler
- Hansen Interchange WA 56527 00 & WA 56524 00
- Parker Interchange 3010-3 & 3050-3
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