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Flareless & Bite Type Fittings

Whether you need a secure connection between two pieces of tubing or hoses, or you’re looking for high pressure applications solutions, Wainbee has the flareless and bite type fittings you’re looking for – from weld fittings to hydraulic DIN fittings to hydraulic flange adapters, and more.
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  • What are flareless fittings?

    Flareless fittings consist of a body and nut assembly that creates a mechanical grip on the tubing and an O-ring, which provides additional sealing power. The nut is tightened on top of the body to compress it against the tubing, forming a leakproof seal. This makes them ideal for applications requiring frequent disassembly and reassembly, such as in hydraulic circuits or other fluid transfer systems where connections must be regularly made and broken apart quickly and easily.

  • What are bite type fittings?

    Bite type fittings are an essential component of industrial automation systems. They have an internal sleeve crimped onto the tube with specialized tools, creating an even tighter seal than flareless fittings.

  • What is the difference between flare and flareless fittings?

    Flared and flareless fittings offer secure connections between two pieces of tubing or hoses, allowing for the safe and efficient transfer of fluids. Flareless fittings use a compression seal to create a tight connection without flaring the end of the tube, while traditional flared connections require special equipment to form flares at each end before they can be connected securely using nuts or clamps over them.

  • What is a bite type fitting?

    Bite type fittings are a superior choice for high-pressure applications involving gasses, liquids, and steam due to their ability to withstand greater forces while maintaining reliable tight seals.

  • What are the five most common types of fittings?

    There are five common types of industrial automation system connectors. The different shapes allow users to configure custom piping layouts based on individual needs and desired results. Common fittings include: Straight unions, Elbows, Tees, Crosses and Adapters and unions.