Hanna Rubber Company is your one-stop resource for a wide variety of couplings. These couplings are manufactured and suitable for a complete range of industrial applications.
They come available to you in many different sizes, configurations, materials, and even colors to meet today’s complex environments. From simple ferrules and hose barbs, to internally expanded hose inserts and ferrules, to high pressure hydraulic crimp and swage styles, Hanna Rubber Company does offer quality products to meet all your coupling needs.
Our trained and experienced sales engineers will assist you for every application in the industry. Coupling applications include, and yet are not limited to, pneumatic, hydraulic, acid, chemical, sanitary, FDA environments, slurry, sludge, and Medical.
If we do not have it, we can find it. And should you desire us to stock it for your Company’s JIT logistics programs, be assured HRC is all about keeping customers “connected” and satisfied concerning all their coupling needs.
Available Couplings and Fittings
Hanna Rubber Company offers a variety of cam and grooves sections to help suite all of your needs. Hanna Rubber’s cam and groove connectors are mostly used in fluid transfer such as petroleum transfer and chemical applications. The cam and groove consists of the male adapter which has an outside grove that is engaged by the use of the cam arms and a female coupler which contains the gasket to help seal.
Actuated valves are valves connected to a mechanical device that allows a valve to open or close without someone having to manually turn it on or off. Actuated valves allow for greater productivity and are ideal for locations that are difficult for a manual turn on. Hanna Rubber Company offers 2 different types of actuated valves, electric and pneumatic.
A ball valve is a valve that is designed using a round disk to control flow through it. The ball valve’s round disk has a hole through the middle of it which allows for the flow of fluid and gas. When the valve is closed the round disk’s hole is turned is perpendicular to the ends of the valves blocking the flow, when the ball valve is open the round disk’s hole is turned parallel to the ends of the valve allowing flow through the hole. The handle on ball valves allow a visual for you to see if the valve is on or off, just like the port if the handle is turned perpendicular to the valve the flow is shut off, if the handle is turned parallel to the valve the flow is turned on. Ball valves are long lasting and even after years of obsoleteness are still able to achieve a flawless shutoff. Ball valves are the preferred choice for shutoff applications and at times are used for throttling applications as well although they do not offer the fine control that is normally desired for throttling applications.
A butterfly valve is a valve that is used for cutting off or managing liquid/gas flow. A butterfly valve operates similar to a ball valve allowing for a quick shut off, but the closing mechanism is in the shape of a flat disk. The flat disk will turn either parallel or perpendicular 90 degrees to allow the most unrestricted flow possible through the valve. Butterfly valves compared to other valves are generally lower in cost to other types of valves; they are also light in weight so less support is required.
Check valves are a valve that allows for a flow in a single direction and prevents back flow when fluid in the line reverses direction. Check valves are self-automated and do not require assistance to open and close.
Gate valves, which are also known as sluice valves. Operate by lifting a gate, which is usually round or rectangular in shape, out of the way so media may move through the valve. Gate valves are often used with a straight-line flow of media when minimum restriction is needed. Gate valves are often used to allow or prevent the flow of liquids, but they should not be used for regulating the flow of liquids.
A globe valve, is a type of valve used for regulating flow in a pipeline, consisting of a movable plug or disc element and a stationary ring seat in a generally spherical body. In globe valves, the plug is connected to a stem which is operated by screw action using a handwheel in manual valves.