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New multi-plate quick-connect solution from CEJN

21-07-2010
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CEJN now launches Multi-X – a range of easy-to-handle multi-plates, designed to meet the demands of even the most challenging mobile hydraulic applications.

Multi-X makes it possible to connect multiple hydraulic lines in one single operation.

The unique and innovative design, made with the user in mind, provides great flexibility, high performance, easy installation and trouble-free operation.

The Multi-X has a maximum working pressure of 350 bar and minimum burst pressure 1200 bar. It has a temperature range of -30°C to +100°C.

The material female plate comprises Zinc plated steel, anodized aluminum, zinc and brass.

The material male plate comprises Zinc plated steel, anodized aluminium and brass, with a Nitrile (NBR) seal.

CEJN Australia
Ph: 02 9838 0225
www.cejn.com.au

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