Unrestricted flow for liquid cooling
Where unrestricted and high-flow cooling disconnects are the key, CEJN’s easy to handle Full-Flow coupling series are easy to install, and due to the valveless design, allow for an unrestricted high-flow.
The Full-Flow range is designed for low-pressure fluid cooling applications such as renewable energy solutions and power electronics, but can also be found in larger pneumatic lines. The economical valveless design permits unrestricted high flow, a real advantage when connecting high-flow rate circuits within thermal control management.
Optimized for main supply lines
The Full-Flow couplings are a perfect fit for applications such as main supply lines within power electronics, renewable energy solutions, etc. where the benefits of non-drip quick couplings are not required. The straightforward design reduces pressure drop and makes it easy to maintain and service. The robust and corrosion-resistant range is available in nickel-plated brass or stainless AISI 316 with a wide range of sealing options, such as EPDM, NBR, FPM, etc.
Compare our different series of liquid cooling quick couplings for thermal control solutions to find a quick coupler that suits your needs.
Durable and lightweight dry-break quick couplings
Compact dry-break quick disconnect couplings
Valveless quick couplings with unrestricted flow
Dry-break quick couplings for rack installations
Universal standard dry-break quick couplings
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Improved valve shut-off
Low pressure drop
Available with key coding
Double EPDM seals
|Hard anodized aluminum, Stainless steel
Other material available upon request
|Surface treated aluminum
|Dust caps, adapters, key coding, safety lock
|Data centres, power electronics, transportation, medical imaging, industry, renewable energy, broadcasting, radar equipment
|Data centres, power electronics, transportation, medical imaging, industry, renewable energy, broadcasting, fluid transfer, chemical transfer
|Power electronics, renewable energy
|Data centres, power electronics, medical imaging, electric industrial vehicles, renewable energy, radar equipment
|Data centres, HPC
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