Plastic Filler Breathers SPBN

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STAUFF Plastic Filler Breathers SPBN

Designed to be used as filler ports for hydraulic reservoirs, allowing the reservoir to breathe whilst protecting it from contamination found in harsh environments; ideal for applications in which space is limited

▪ Cap diameter of Ø70 mm / Ø2.76 in
▪ Screw-in version, equipped with male BSP thread
  (ISO 228) or male NPT thread (ANSI B1.20.1)
▪ Bayonet version with a six-hole bolt pattern for flange
  interfaces similar to DIN 24557, part 2

▪ Body and cap made of glass-fibre reinforced Polyamide (PA)
▪ Socket made of Steel, zinc-plated
▪ Bayonet flange made of Steel, zinc-plated
▪ Basket made of Steel, zinc-plated or Polyamide (PA)
▪ Sealings made of NBR (Buna-N®)

Consult STAUFF for alternative materials.

Technical Data

▪ Operating temperature range:
  -40 °C ... +120 °C / -40 °F ... +248 °F

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Options / Accessories

▪ Mounting set including bayonet flange, steel
  or plastic basket (800 μm), gaskets and bolts
▪ Metal basket
▪ Plastic basket
▪ Pressurisation up to 0,7 bar / 10 PSI
▪ Air filter element
▪ Anti-splash feature (for screw-in version only)
▪ Plastic dipstick with integrated anti-splash feature
▪ Extended bayonet flange
▪ Weld riser
▪ Side mount bracket (Polyamide)
▪ Side mount bracket (Aluminium)

Some options / accessories may only be
available for particular sizes or designs!

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