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Hydraulic Fittings in Corona

Hydraulic Fittings in Corona

Hydraulic Fittings in Corona

Fittings make the world flow –– literally. A water hose is useless with a connector that can help you redirect water flow or connect the hose to something else. But turns out that fittings are more complicated than what people typically think. Let us tell you a little bit more about them and why ASJ Industrial Hose and Fitting is your one-stop shop for all your needs.

What are hose fittings?

Also known as hose coupling, hose fittings are a type of connector you can attach at the end of your hose to either connect it to another hose or a water sprinkler.

You would think shopping for a hose fitting is pretty simple, right? It turns out there are almost as many different types of fittings as the eye can see. Some are better than others for specific purposes, and there are some that just can’t do what others can.

ASJ Hose carries a full line of fittings for all kinds of water needs. In this blog post, however, we will focus on the hydraulic fitting.

What is a hydraulic fitting?

A hydraulic fitting is essential in connecting conductors such as hoses and pipes in hydraulic system. A hydraulic system, in turn, is a power transmission system that uses liquids to transmit energy or signals.

Hydraulic fittings are made of different materials, including stainless steel, brass, and even plastic. We cover the benefits of hydraulic fittings in the next section.

Why should you use hydraulic hose assemblies?

Hydraulic hoses and fittings offer some advantages that alternatives don’t. A hydraulic set up, for example, is less costly, weighs less, and is better able to absorb shock and vibration, almost guaranteeing a longer lifespan for your equipment.

In addition, hydraulic fittings are easier to route and stall, simplifying the process for everyone involved. It also absorbs sound better to be as quiet as possible and bother you as little as possible. Last but not least, hydraulic fittings are less likely to rust, which means you will have to be doing replacements less often.

Where can you find hydraulic fittings?

We’re glad you asked that question! ASJ Industrial Hose and Fittings carries hydraulic fittings. With over forty years in the market, this Corona-based provider is one of the best suppliers you will find not just in Southern California but the entire country. To learn more about their impressive inventory and what they offer, make sure to give them a call today: (951) 735-1351.


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