Grand One-stop Solution Rotary Joints Transmission Application
Rotary joint, also known as swiveling interface, is a rotary sealing device that connects rotating equipment and fixed pipelines. Rotary joints can be designed with multiple channels to manage multiple media types simultaneously. Thanks to the slip ring manufacturing business, Grand as rotary joints manufacturers have developed various types of multi-channel rotary joints to provide a one-stop solution for slewing transmission applications.
Rotary Joint All Products We Have
Pneumatic/Hydraulic Electrical Rotary Joints
Pneumatic electrical slip rings are devices that allow the transmission of electrical signals and power while also accommodating the flow of pressurized air or other gases. Hydraulic electric slip rings are devices that allow the transmission of power and signals while accommodating hydraulic fluid flow. Both consist of a rotor and a stator. Slip rings are customized to meet specific requirements for the number of circuits and the type of gas that needs to be transported.
Pneumatic Rotary Unions
Pneumatic rotary joints, also known as pneumatic swivels, are devices that allow the transmission of compressed air or other gases while accommodating the rotational movement between two components. The Grand pneumatic rotary joint adopts the dynamic sealing technology of NSK high-precision bearings to meet the specific requirements for the number of channels, pressure level, and the type of gas that needs to be transmitted.
Hydraulic Rotary Unions
Hydraulic rotary joints, also known as hydraulic swivels, is a device that allows the transmission of hydraulic fluid while accommodating rotational movement between two components. Grand supports customized double high-precision maintenance-free bearing with UKS sealing parts.
Wind Turbine Hydraulic Rotary Joints
Wind turbine hydraulic rotary joints are specialized hydraulic swivels that are used in wind turbines to transfer hydraulic fluid between the rotating and stationary components of the turbine. Special hydraulic sealing structure designed for high-speed and high-pressure applications.
Rotary Swivel Joints Features
Rotary joints are mechanical devices used to connect rotating parts of machinery, such as shafts or pipelines while allowing for rotational movement between them. Some of the key features of revolving connectors include:
- Rotational freedom: Revolving connectors are designed to allow for 360-degree rotation between the connected parts, enabling free movement even as the machinery operates.
- Sealing mechanism: To prevent leakage of fluids or gases, revolving connectors typically feature a sealing mechanism, such as a gasket or O-ring, that helps to maintain a tight seal between the connected parts.
- Material selection: Revolving connectors are often made from materials that can withstand high temperatures, pressures, and corrosive environments. Common materials include stainless steel, brass, and various types of plastics.
- Size and shape: Revolving connectors come in a variety of sizes and shapes to accommodate different types of machinery and operating conditions. Some are designed for use in high-speed applications, while others may be more suitable for low-speed or heavy-duty applications.
Overall, revolving connectors are an important component of many types of machinery, helping to facilitate rotational movement while maintaining a secure and leak-free connection between rotating parts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Offer Pneumatic or Hydraulic Rotary Joints with Electrical Slip Rings?
Pneumatic rotary unions, also known as rotary joints.Let us see the details, in some case rotary joint and slip ring can be integrated together and GRAND have electrical + pneumatic/hydraulic solutions. For example, you can find our ML A series can not be combined with slip ring.
What Are Examples of Rotary Joints?
Rotary unions are used in various industrial applications where there is a need to transfer fluids or gases between stationary and rotating equipment. Some examples of rotary joints or rotary unions include:
Hydraulic rotary unions: These are used to transfer hydraulic fluid between stationary and rotating components in machinery such as cranes, excavators, and construction equipment.
Pneumatic rotary unions: These are used to transfer compressed air or other gases between stationary and rotating parts in applications such as wind turbines, packaging machinery, and printing presses.
Wind turbine hydraulic rotary joints: Wind turbines typically use hydraulic systems to adjust the pitch angle of the blades, which helps optimize the turbine’s aerodynamic efficiency. Hydraulic swivel unions are used to transfer hydraulic fluid between the stationary parts of a turbine and the rotating blades.
Electrical rotary unions: These are used to transfer electrical power or signals between stationary and rotating parts in equipment such as wind turbines, robots, and medical imaging machines.
Overall, rotary joints or rotary unions play an important role in various industries and applications, enabling the transfer of fluids, gases, or electricity between stationary and rotating components in a safe and efficient manner.
Where is the Rotary Joint Used?
Rotary joints or rotary unions are used in various industrial and commercial applications where there is a need to transfer fluids or gases between stationary and rotating equipment. Some common applications of rotary joints include:
Manufacturing machinery: Rotary joints are used in manufacturing equipment such as printing presses, paper mills, and textile machines to transfer fluids such as ink, water, or chemicals between stationary and rotating parts.
Food processing equipment: Rotary joints are used in food processing equipment such as mixers, blenders, and conveyors to transfer liquids such as oils, sauces, or flavors between stationary and rotating parts.
Energy and power generation: Rotary joints are used in power plants, wind turbines, and other energy-generation equipment to transfer fluids such as steam or hydraulic fluid between stationary and rotating components.
Marine propulsion: Rotary joints are used in marine propulsion systems to transfer fluids such as water or lubricants between stationary and rotating parts.
Medical equipment: Rotary joints are used in medical imaging machines such as CT scanners and MRI machines to transfer electrical signals between stationary and rotating components.
Overall, rotary joints play an important role in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications, enabling the transfer of fluids or electricity between stationary and rotating parts of machinery in a safe and reliable manner.
What is the Warranty Period?
One year for retail and have policies for distributors.
Do You Have Rotary Joint in Stock?
Yes. Strandard models in stock like ML A, MQR, MH series. We also open ideas for stock regarding repeat orders.
What is the Custom Rotary Joint Delivery Time?
It is depend on the detail situation, it will take 30 days normally.
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What You Need to Know About Pneumatic Rotary Joints
Pneumatic swivel unions are important components that allow compressed air to swivel through a fixed point into rotating machinery without leakage. So how does a pneumatic rotary union work? What are the characteristics? Where is it mainly used? Click to read the articles below to learn about them