New HFC39 Series Medical Grade High Flow Couplings have automatic shutoff valves that stop flow and eliminate the need for pinch clamps. These couplings are a cost-effective replacement for expensive, heavy stainless steel connectors or fittings. Made of medical grade polysulfone, the HFC couplings are strong and durable, and meet stringent requirements such as USP Class VI. They provide 3/8 in. flow, and feature push-button thumb latch for easy disconnects.
New Quick Disconnect Sanitary Couplings attach directly to ¾ in. mini and 1 in. maxi size sanitary connections. This eliminates the need for cumbersome adapters or tubing assemblies. Direct attachment also allows faster connection and disconnection from installed rigid and flexible piping systems. Made of durable Class VI polysulfone, these couplings provide a reliable, secure seal, and can be installed with existing hardware.
Designed for direct and secure connection of three quick disconnect couplings, the new Stainless Steel Tees provide a three-port manifold insert-style connector. The manifold mates with the company's MPC (.210 in.–.290 in.) or MPX (.500 in.) coupling bodies, and eliminates the need for additional hose barb fittings or tubing. Each coupling can be connected or disconnected with thumb latch convenience.
New technical information features a guide for sterilization processes. A helpful chart shows which sterilization methods can be used for CPC couplings and other products. Autoclave, EtO, Gamma radiation and E-beam options are included, with temperature and level guides.
The new catalog also features the company's other couplings for medical and bioprocessing applications: MPC and MPX Series, made of ABS, polycarbonate or polysulfone materials with flow sizes from .210 in. to .500 in. Nu-Seal 1/8 in. flow disposable coupling inserts made of polyethylene. MPC Series Tethered Caps and Plugs that terminate tubing lines and protect uncovered MPC inserts and bodies.
Colder Products Company, 1001 Westgate Drive, St. Paul, MN 55114. Tel: 651-604-4336; Fax: 651-604-0214.