A pneumatic rotary unions is a mechanism used to transfer fluid (under pressure or vacuum) from a stationary inlet to a rotating outlet, preserving and isolating the fluid connection.
Pneumatic rotary unions are engineered to endure a wide range of temperatures and pressures for a variety of conditions and environments. In addition, rotary unions may integrate multiple passages and handle different types of fluid simultaneously.
Pneumatic rotary joint
|Max. Operating Pressure|
2 in/6 out
|No-load torque||≤80 N.m|