NexConnect Plug-In

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COST SAVING BENEFITS WITH PLUG-IN TECHNOLOGY

NexConnect Plug-In hose fittings slash downtime and installation time for original equipment manufacturers. The plug-in connection and self-aligning features of the fittings make them easy to install in hydraulic systems, which will lead to dramatic cost reductions.

Easy to connect and disconnect

NexConnect fittings are designed with an innovative click-to-connect feature that provides easy engagement of the product’s male and female halves, without the aid of tools or wrenches.

Leak-free connections

Since NexConnect fittings “plug in” tightly to hydraulic systems, hydraulic leakage is virtually eliminated.

No follow-up tightening needed

NexConnect fittings automatically lock into place, eliminating the need for tightening during follow up checks.

Minimum space requirement enables new system designs

NexConnect fittings make it easier to build compact, reliable hydraulic systems that include hose and tubes, since access for hand-tool clearance is not a requirement.

Work injuries associated with connection/disconnection are eliminated

Since NexConnect fittings are quick and easy to connect and disconnect, physical injuries associated with tightening and untightening traditional threaded connections no longer occur.

NexConnect Handling Instructions

Connection

Step 1

Make sure the assembly stop is in place and the release ring runs freely in its groove.

Step 2

The plug is pushed into the socket so that the locking hooks are pressed outwards.

Step 3

Push the plug all the way in until the assembly stops touching the socket.

Step 4

The O-ring presses the locking hooks inwards so that they grip the outer locking flange on the plug. The coupling is now locked and cannot be disconnected.

1: Assembly stop

2: Release ring

3: Locking hook

4: Socket

5: O-Ring

6: Outer locking flange

Disconnection

Step 1

Using a screwdriver, remove the assembly stop.

Step 2

Push the plug all the way in so that the release ring pushes the locking hooks aside.

Step 3

Pull the plug out so that its outer flange connects with the release ring and draws it backwards, preventing the hooks from locking and allowing the plug to be fully withdrawn.

1: Assembly stop

2: Release ring

3: Locking hook

4: Outer flange

5: Release ring

 

Technical Data

Temperature Range: -30°C 100°C

Max Working Pressure: (1/4 - 3/4 inch) 350 bar.  (1 inch) 250 bar.

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NXC Cartridge
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Swivel
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External G-Thread
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ORB Coupling
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Hose Connection
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Coupling Plug
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Straight Hose End
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Bulkhead
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90° Hose End
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BSPP
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45° Hose End
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NexConnect: A groundbreaking plug-in technology for hydraulic systems.