Built to resist mechanical pullout. This economical fitting can be
assembled and disassembled repeatedly. Readily available in a broad
selection of styles to fill your specific needs. Manufactured from CA 360
or CA 345 brass.
Listed with Underwriter’s Laboratories for flammable liquid and gas .
Meets functional requirements of SAE, J512, ASA and MS (Military
Standards). Refer to list of UL listed fittings on page 6 for specific
Use with copper, brass, aluminum and welded steel hydraulic tubing
that can be flared. Manufactured especially for hard-to-hold liquids and
Working Pressure Ranges
Temperature and type of tubing used are important factors. However,
the following table is a good guide for proper selection. Temperature
73°F with copper tubing:
PSI TUBE TUBE
O.D. (IN.) WALL (IN.)
2800 1/8 .030
1900 3/16 .030
1400 1/4 .030
1200 5/16 .032
1000 3/8 .032
750 1/2 .032
650 5/8 .035
550 3/4 .035
From -65° to +250°F.
Will withstand minimal vibration movements.
1. Cut tubing squarely and clean tube end thoroughly to remove burrs.
2. Place nut onto tube. Place threaded end of nut toward end of tube.
3. On thin wall copper, welded or brazed tubing, use double flare to
prevent pinch-off or cracked flares.
4. Clamp tube flare between nut and flare seat of body by screwing nut
on finger-tight. Tighten with a wrench an additional 1/4 turn for a
Note: The seat dimensions are predicated on practical threading
limitations and use of these fittings with double flared tubing.