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New free wall chart for quick, simple product selection

20 September 2010

The Fluid Systems and Connectors Division (formerly Legris) of Parker Hannifin has launched a free full-colour wall chart featuring more than 150 fittings, components and accessories to help engineers quickly, simply select the right product for their application

The poster features Parker’s LF3000 fittings for pneumatic and vacuum applications, with stainless-steel versions for cleanroom applications and nickel-plated for food processing, together with pneumatic function fittings, advanced quick acting couplers, blowguns and ball valves.

In addition, technical tubes and hoses from polyurethane to anti-spark are covered, together with silencers, compression fittings and accessories.

Each section features detailed product and technical information, including component suitability, sizes and part numbers. The wall chart also includes a useful instant sizing guide to help measure the thread and outside diameters of existing components and tubing.

All the products on this useful wall chart are available through Parker’s global network of sales centres and are supported by the company’s customer service offices throughout the world.

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