IMI Norgren T40 Bronze 10bar Pneumatic Silencer, Threaded, R 1/8 Male

  • RS Stock No. 822-3977
  • Mfr. Part No. T40B1800
  • Manufacturer IMI Norgren
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Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): SE
Product Details

Norgren Sintered Silencer

Sintered pneumatic silencers from Norgren are compact by design and reduce the noise levels of exhausted air from pneumatic equipment such as pneumatic valves. Norgren's sintered mufflers also help prevent dirt entering unprotected ports and causing damage wear.
Available flow factors from 0.54 to 5.1 dependant upon size.

Maximum Working Pressure 10bar
Maximum temperature 80°C
Cleanable 40 micron diffusion element
Sintered bronze element
Brass base

Specifications
Attribute Value
Manufacturer Series T40
Type Silencer
Inlet Connection Type Threaded
Threaded Inlet Connection R 1/8 Male
Maximum Input Pressure 10bar
Material Bronze
Minimum Operating Temperature -20°C
Threaded Inlet Connection Thread Gender Male
Maximum Operating Temperature +80°C
Threaded Inlet Connection Thread Standard R
Threaded Inlet Connection Thread Size 1/8 in
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