are specifically for hydraulic systems. They are used to connect pipes and hoses, ensuring hydraulic flow is steady or consistent. These fittings like DIN fittings (DIN stands for Deutsches Institu fur Normung) are versatile and durable, so they can stay reliable, efficient, and, most importantly, operate safely.
To form a connection, it consists of male and female parts. You can use different fittings to change the direction of the flow or initiate a split stream. Assembling fittings to a machine is called crimping. To have a compatible diameter, a crimping tool is needed. Once the diameter is correct, lubrication
is applied to the fitting. It is then placed through the hose and again into the crimping machine.