Dry Disconnect Comparison - Bayloc®, Bayonet, and Dixon MannTek

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Dry disconnect couplings are designed for the quick and spill-free connection and disconnection of hoses and pipelines when transferring expensive hazardous product that is costly to clean up, reprocess, or dispose of. Dry disconnects are used by producers of ink, adhesives, fatty acids, pharmaceuticals, liquid soaps, petroleum, chemicals, agriculture, and a wide variety of caustic substances and specialty acids. These types of couplings eliminate spills and releases due to accidental disconnection of a hose or loading arm by "slamming shut" poppets in the male and female pieces of the unit. Dry disconnect fittings protect workers, and the environment, and lessen the chance of accidental spills. Designed for safe and easy use with minimal operator intervention, the installation of dry disconnect couplers can transform your operation.Get more news about Bayonet Lock Coupling,you can vist our website!

Compatible with most cam and groove style dry disconnects, the Bayloc dry disconnect helps prevent spillage from normal or accidental disconnects. A spring-loaded sealing device is designed to "snap" closed should the valve become disconnected with the poppet open, significantly limiting liquid loss.

Dixon MannTek dry disconnect couplings can be found in various applications such as handling toxic chemicals, fuels, etc. for transferring clean water, and, due to the wide range of materials, connections, and sealing types, they are flexible enough to suit almost any application.

Dry aviation couplings are designed for use in aviation refueling systems and manufactured to accept the international 2-1/2" ISO45 standard connection for refueling nozzles. Specifically designed for the transfer of fuel into aircraft refueling trucks.
Dry gas couplings are designed for the safe loading and discharge of bulk delivery trucks and rail cars. They are quick and easy to connect and can be connected to a tank unit with pressures up to 225 PSI. If the pressure is higher you can equip the couplings with a pressure relief valve. The primary application of dry gas coupling is for the transfer of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), propane, and butane.

Posted 30 Dec 2022

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