Safeway Hydraulics adds Lower Cost Option for Connector

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SafeWay Hydraulics Inc, has made its S51 series quick action coupling available in nickel plated steel giving the user a lower cost option over brass, for this durable coupling design.

This product series has proven to be very popular and durable

SafeWay Hydraulics, a manufacturer and supplier of quick action hydraulic couplings for industrial, agricultural & mobile equipment, is announcing the availability of the S51 Series connect under-pressure "wing style" quick coupling in steel. Added as a cost saving option over brass, the internal parts remain brass and stainless steel with the body and tip shells being electroless nickel plated steel. Steel reduces cost while adding strength. The electroless nickel plating eliminates corrosion. The -STL addition is available in 3/4", 1" and 1 1/4" sizes.

"This product series has proven to be very popular and durable," said Steven Berkey, president of SafeWay Hydraulics. "We are pleased to offer this cost reduction option without compromising quality and durability. Our hydraulic couplers have a solid reputation for ease of use without leaking. All of our products continue to be designed, machined and assembled in the USA."

SafeWay's S51 Series is a minimum spill, thread-to-connect, fluid transfer quick coupling designed for use with most industrial fluids. It can be connected under full system pressure by rotating the female threaded heavy-duty ductile cast iron wing nut or brass hex nut onto the mating male threaded tip (nipple).

SafeWay Hydraulics, Inc is a family owned business located in Chaska, Minnesota and has been manufacturing hydraulic couplers since 1969. Today they are a leader in Quick Connect Couplings and offer a variety of features for both industrial and agricultural applications. There are many features and options to its hydraulic product line including push to connect, flush face, non-spill, quick-release and connect under pressure couplings.


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