Pioneer FEM Series Non-Spill Nipple - Bulkhead | FEM-502-10BMF
FEM Series couplings meet or exceed ISO 16028 design and performance requirements. The flush valves eliminate spillage and air inclusion when connecting and disconnecting. Coupler and nipple bodies have a modular design with increased flexibility for end port options. FEC nipples provide a connect-under-pressure option for trapped residual pressure.
• Flush, non-spill valving
• Global interchangeability with other ISO 16028 compliant couplings
• Hardened nipple bodies
• Sleeve-Lok design standard
• Connect-under-pressure FEC nipple option
• Protective zinc nickel plating
- Body Size: 1/2"
- Nipple Part Number: FEM-502-10BMF
- Port End: 7/8-14 UNF
- Length: 3.85"
- Coupled Length: 7.24"
- Largest Diameter: 1.38"
- Wrench Flats: 31.75mm
- Weight(lbs): 0.84
• Skid loader attachments
• Hydraulic tools
Materials of Construction
- Body: Steel
- Finish: 1/4”, 5/8” to 1” Zinc with clear trivalent chromate
- 3/8” & 1/2” Zinc Nickel
- Valve: Flush face valving
- Seal: Polyurethane and Nitrile
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