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3 Steps to the Right Fluid Connectors
12/17/2013

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Coupling options range from high-flow connections to quick disconnect connectors for microbore tubing (shown here).   (Source: Colder Product Company)
Coupling options range from high-flow connections to quick disconnect connectors for microbore tubing (shown here).
(Source: Colder Product Company)

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Rob Spiegel
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Re: Now it makes sense
Rob Spiegel   1/3/2014 2:41:06 PM
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I agree it was good, Notorboca. One false move in this area and you've got big troubles.

notarboca
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Re: Now it makes sense
notarboca   12/31/2013 9:33:03 PM
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I just learned a lot about fluid connectors and their deployment.  Thanks for the informative piece.

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Greg M. Jung   12/25/2013 10:58:31 AM
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I appreciate the comprehensive discussion on fluid connector selection.  I was especially interested in the single-point connection for air and fluids solution.  This can be very helpful for assemblers adn field technicians to reduce assembly, installation, and repair time (as well as reduce frustrations and errors).

Rob Spiegel
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Now it makes sense
Rob Spiegel   12/17/2013 11:43:46 AM
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Thanks for the clear description of the impoortance of good fluid connectors and the elements of successful fluid connectors.

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