There are also different connections between pipes and pipe joints in hydraulic systems. The screw-in end of the pipe uses a connecting thread. Conical threads rely on their own vertebral bodies to tighten and use materials such as polytetrafluoroethylene for sealing operations, and are mainly used in medium and low pressure hydraulic systems. The sealing effect of fine thread is very good, and it is often used in high-pressure systems, but it requires the use of combined washers or O-rings to close the end face, and sometimes copper washers are used, which are more suitable for connecting pipe walls. In thick pipes, the main components are joint body, connection pipe and nut. When in use, the joint body is embedded in the target, and the end face is sealed with the aforementioned gasket. The joint body and the nozzle are sealed with rubber, and sometimes spherical sealing is used.
Actually, we can often see pipe joints in our lives. From the above article, we know what types of pipe joints? What are the applications of pipe joints? When we install pipe joints, we may encounter problems that are not easy to install, or there may be water leakage after installation. These problems are probably because the pipe joint is not fully connected, or because the pipe is too hard or too soft to fit the pipe joint completely. When this happens, we can try a few more times