Flare nuts

Flare nuts

What are flare nuts?

A flare fitting that comes with a tapered end and fits into a flared tubing, secured in place with sleeve and flared fitting to give a tight and pressure resistant seal is known as flare nuts. These are basically a type of compression fitting which is made of different types of materials. The brass flare nuts are very cost effective and they are made with the help of CNC machining or forging stamping. The long neck flare nuts offer long term reliability and can be used in critical applications and services with inaccessible locations.

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What is inverted flare nut?

The inverted flare nut is also a type of compression fitting which is known for offering good resistance to vibration. Their seats and threads are present internally and thus, remain protected. The brass inverted flare hexagonal nut can be used in power steering, hydraulic brakes, fuel lines, etc. The brass inverted flare long union nuts are basically engineered for resisting mechanical pullouts and they can be assembled/disassembled quite easily.

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Where are flare nuts used?

The brass flare nuts are often used in mission-critical and locations that are inaccessible.

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What are Reducing Flare Nut?

The reducing flare nut helps to join two different flared connections safely together that have different sizes. They are used with a flared reducer.

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Male vs female flare nut

The male flare nut has its sealing flare at the tip of the connector. Whereas, for the female flare nut, the base of the thread is inside the fitting.

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Appication of metric flare nuts

The metric flare nuts are generally used in hoses and tubings, and they are found in industries like HVAC, automobiles, and various other similar applications.