What types of Fittings exist

Various types of fittings can be found in the industry, depending on the type of connection or the application for which they are intended. The main examples are:

Push-in fittings
Our brass push-in fittings are those that require a simple operator operation to connect and disconnect the hose to another element of the system.

Intended for applications that require continuous disconnection of the elements.
Fittings with compression ring (biconical type):
They are mainly used for a reliable fixed connection for fluids working up to high pressures.
With its tightening system consisting of a nut and a biconical compression ring, we achieve a reliable and quick adjustment, by using a spanner, to pipes of different materials, both plastic and metallic.
Threaded fittings.
Easily removable with the help of a key.
Suitable for low pressures and few exchanges, generally with the help of a spanner.
In this case, make sure that there is enough space around the fitting to be able to dismantle it.

What is a
Hose connector

A fitting is a metal part needed to connect a hose to another device in the system (nozzles, valves, etc.) or supply point (hydrant, machine, compressor, etc.).

With the fitting we achieve the optimum sealing and union between the spout and the element to which it is connected.

The fittings provide a reliable and durable connection between the components of the installation.

At Zaes, as a manufacturer of hose fittings for more than 60 years, we guarantee a quality product for your installations.