TUBE FITTINGS MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS
M P JAIN is serving Instrumentation and Process Control Industries since two decades. We have aligned our process from Design to Delivery to achieve highest customer service levels. We have covered Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Food and Beverages, Pharmaceuticals, Marine, Oil and Gas Industries, Power Generation, Pulp and Paper, Semiconductor Industry and Emerging Industries.
Our product Range includes Instrument Fittings,Ferrule Compression Tube Fittings, Precision Tube Fittings, Needle Valve,Manifold Valve, Check Valve, Air Headers,Gauge Valve , Block & Bleed Valve,High Pressure Pipe Fittings, Condensate Pots,Sampling Cylinders,Thermowell, JIC Fittings, Quick Release Couplings, Hose Fittings, PTFE Fittings, Weld Fittings, Siphon/Syphon Tubes
Our Production Capacity is upto 45000 units per month and our Fittings have strong endurance and durability , with precision in Threading ( NPT, BSPT , BSPP) . Each and every individual unit is tested for guage and pressure before it leaves the premises.
Please feel free to request samples for regular size and requirements.
Tube Fittings is a product that is used to provide a leak free connection between tubes for a seamless flow of liquids and gases. Tube fittings are manufactured to meet even the most volatile and rigorous specifications required by industries and are most commonly used in the oil and gas, pulp & paper, petro-chemical/chemical processing, research laboratories, aerospace and defense, chemical processing, power generation, cryogenic and semiconductor, shipbuilding and heavy industrial industries.The most Common types of tube fittings manufactured by us are nickel- and chrome-plated fittings which are used for their corrosion resistance or to provide aesthetic finishes.
It is important to know which fittings should be used in which application. The first step to determining the type of fittings right for the application is to establish the basic system type. The three common applications are:
- Hydraulic applications: They involve the transfer of liquid fluids such as water and other chemical solvents. Hydraulic fittings must have seals which prevent the leakage of liquid and often be resistant to rust or other possible chemical corrosion.
- Pneumatic applications: They involve the transfer of gases. Pneumatic fittings must have very tight seals to prevent gas leakage and must be resistant to chemical corrosion.
- Other applications: They are applications such as structural design, which also incorporate tube fittings. These fittings must have strong physical integrity but typically do not require sealing because they do not carry fluids.
Tube fittings are available in a number of sizes and configurations. They range from sizes 1/16” to 2” with a number of choices in connections and end patterns. A tube fittings is normally measured by inside diameter (ID), outer diameter (OD), wall thickness and material hardness. Tube fittings are made up of 4 vital parts, namely: A body, a front ferrule, a back ferrule, and a nut. There are also a number of grades of tube fittings and connections available.