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WEH® Quick Release Receptacle TW05 for leak tests with compressed air of difficult-to-access components with female thread, grip sleeve actuation

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  • Connection in seconds - Just PUSH to connect
  • No tapes, no thread sealants, no hand tightening required
  • Unique WEH® Jaw Locking Mechanism
  • Simple seal replacement
  • Ergonomic design
Description
WEH® Quick Release Receptacle TW05 for leak tests with compressed air of difficult-to-access components with female thread, grip sleeve actuation
The WEH® Connector TW05, a highly successful product, is most reliable and ideally suited for pressure and function testing of components with internal thread. It is also available in an elongated version.
The extended WEH® Test Connector TW05 permits pressure and function testing with compressed air where space is restricted. The pneumatic actuation provides a leak-tight connection in just seconds.
Features
  • Connection in seconds - Just PUSH to connect
  • No tapes, no thread sealants, no hand tightening required
  • Unique WEH® Jaw Locking Mechanism
  • Simple seal replacement
  • Ergonomic design
  • Compact design
  • High-grade materials
  • Automation possible
Technical Data
Actuation Manual actuation via grip sleeve
Application

Extended quick coupler for pressure testing / function testing / leak testing with compressed air of pneumatic components with female threads:

  • Cylinders
  • Valves
  • Fixtures
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Fast test connections for internally threaded components - WEH® TW05

The grip sleeve actuated extended quick coupling TW05 is the ideal test fitting for low pressure testing, leak testing and function testing of difficult to access components with female threads. They offer quick connect and quick disconnect thanks to the WEH® Jaw Locking Mechanism and the easy to operate grip sleeve is establishing leak proof connections in seconds. The TW05 quick release coupling is mainly used for testing pneumatic components during production.

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