SEM-11241-OF, 24-Passage Rotary Union, G1/8"-28 BSPP Housing Connections, O-ring Shaft Seal Gland, Carbon Steel

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  • SEM-11241-OF-R.A
High pressure, compact, 24-flow passage, through-bore rotary union with G1/8"-28 BSPP housing connections, shaft O-ring face seal glands for flush mounting the union to an interface and carbon steel (black oxide) construction

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The 24-passage, SEM Series rotary unions are designed for appications with high pressures and limited space requirements. They feature BSPP housing connections and shaft O-ring face seal glands for flush mounting the union to an interface (the threaded shaft connections are plugged).

The specialized sealing technology is suitable for vacuum and bidirectional pressures with independent flow passages capable of transferring different media types simultaneously.

The carbon steel (black oxide) construction is suitable for air/gas and hydraulic service, in addition to water/glycol and coolant when rust inhibitors are present.

For more information, see SEM Series 24-Passage Rotary Unions.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Downloads PDF Drawing SE Series Catalog
Number of Passages 24
Connection Type G1/8"-28 BSPP
Max. Pressure 7,500 PSI [515 BAR]
Max. Speed 300 RPM
Media Type Air/Gas, Coolant, Oil/Hydraulic, Water/Glycol
Performance Charts Pressure vs. Speed Data
Material Type Carbon Steel
Diameter 4.437" [112.7 mm]
Length 21.970" [558.039 mm]
Through Bore 0.375" [9.525 mm]
Min. Torque 528 in-lbs [59.66 Nm]
Product Disclaimer Suitable Water/Glycol or Coolant media must have rust inhibitors present. Oil/Hydraulic media must be petroleum-based. Please consult with DSTI for approval.

Values listed are dependent on a combination of all application parameters. Please note operational life is dependent upon both rotational speed and duty cycle. Contact DSTI if your application requires operating close to the maximum rotational speed with a continuous duty cycle. Applications with temperatures above 220° F (105° C) require alternative seal materials. Please consult with DSTI regarding your specific application requirements.