Features & Benefits
With six different piping sizes, Infinity Piping can fit the purpose of virtually any industrial and OEM application. This includes but is not limited to aerospace, automotive, chemical processing, food and beverage, electronics, engineering, packaging, pharmaceuticals, and textiles.
Standard Features of Infinity Piping
There are three different infinity piping systems, easily identified by the individual color-coded design:
- Blue for compressed air.
- Grey for vacuum.
- Black for inert gases.
Technical Characteristics: Component Part & Materials
- 1 nut: nickel-plated brass.
- 2 seal: high nitrile.
- 3 clamping washer: Inox AISI 304.
- 4 o-ring deal made in NBR.
- 5 safety ring: technopolymeric.
- 6 body: nickel-plated brass.
- Compatible fluids and gases include compressed air, vacuum, and inert gases.
- Threads: male threads taper in conformity with ISO and female threads in conformity with ISO 228.
- The system does not stroke or propagate any fires.
Technical Characteristics Pertinent to the Tubes
Extruded Aluminum: UNI 9006/1 Al Mg 0.5 Si 0.4 Fe 0.2
Chemical Composition: Si: 0.3 ÷ 0.6 – Mg: 0.35 ÷ 0.6 – Fe: 0.10 ÷ 0.30
Designations UNI EN 573 – 3: EN AW 6063
Heat treatment: BONIFICATO “T5”/DRAINED “T5”
Surface Treatment: Electrostatic painting
Specific Weight: 2.70 Kg/dm3
Specific Resistace: 3.25 µΩ cm
Thermal Conductivity: 1.75 W/(cm °K)
Expansion Coefficient: 0.024 mm/(m °C)
Specific Heat at 100°C (212°F): 0.92 J/(g °K)
Bearing Tensile Stress: 205 N/mm2
Coefficient of Elasticity: 66000 N/mm2
Proportionality Deviation Load: 165 N/mm2
Brinell Hardness: 60 ÷ 70 HB
Melting Point: 600°C (1112°F)
Percentage Elongation: 10 %