SPS Single Passage Rotary Union

By: Dynamic Sealing Technologies  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Stainless Steel, Rotary Unions

The single passage SPS Series rotary unions are small, lightweight and corrosion-resistant featuring aluminum construction with a stainless steel shaft.

The SPS Series

rotary unions

can be mounted in the bore of our

for integrating a single fluid passage with power, signal and data transfer.

Keywords: Rotary Unions, Stainless Steel,

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