A rotary union or with another name, the swivel joint is a mechanism used to transfer liquids and/or gases while rotating/swiveling from one connection to another. Rotary unions are engineered to endure a large range of temperature and pressure for a variety of conditions and environments.
In addition, rotary unions may integrate multiple passages and handle different types of media concurrently (as an example can oil, water, air, gas, refrigerants, chemicals or vacuum be combined). Have a look at our standard selection of rotary unions.
Standard Rotary Unions ⟶