Camlock Quick Coupling


Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity 50 Number
Size 3/4 inch, 1/2 inch, 2 inch, 1 inch
Application Pneumatic Connections, Structure Pipe, Chemical Fertilizer Pipe, Hydraulic Pipe
Condition New
Brand EKA
Thread Size (Inch) ANY


Camlock fittings are manufactured by multiple materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, brass, polypropyleneto satisfy diverse requirements on the markets.

  • Aluminum Camlock Coupling
    Aluminum camlock couplings are available for water, petroleum products, slurry and dry powder for its good chemical and abrasion resistance. It is an economical, lightweight yet strong metal. Its size comes in a variety of sizes from 1/2″ to 8″. Handles and pins are brass or brass coated aluminum. Aluminum camlocks are extensively used in trash pumps, general purpose pumps, transfer pumps, IBC and tanks. Working pressure of aluminum couplings depends on the temperature and the size. For 1/2″ to 2″, the pressure is 250pis, 2 1/2″ to 4″ is 150 psi, 5″ & 6″ is 75 psi and 8″ is 50 psi.
  • Stainless Steel Camlock Coupling
    Manufactured by MIL-C-27487 (A-A-27487), stainless steel camlocks are especially used in food & sanitary field. Stainless steel 316 is highly resistant to most chemicals & liquids, and it will always keep lustrous appearance. Although it is a little expensive, it has a much longer service life and will not pollute the media to be conveyed. Working pressure for stainless steel cam & groove fittings – 1/2″ is 150 psi, 3/4″ to 2″ is 250 psi, 2 1/2″ is 225 psi, 3″ is 200 psi and 4″ to 6″ is 100 psi. Temperature range is -150°F to +500°F (-101°C to +260°C).
  • Brass Camlock Coupling
    Similar to stainless steel, brass camlocks have good corrosion resistance and long service life. However, brass couplings are less expensive and softer & easier to thread. They are compatible with water, coolants, hydraulic oils, gasolines and petroleum products. Thanks to its special non-sparking feature, it is ideal for marine fueling systems. Sizes range from 1/2″ to 8″. Working pressure for brass cam locks depends on the size and temperature. At ambient temperature, the rated pressure for 1/2″ to 2″ is 250 psi; 2 1/2″ is 150 psi, 3″ is 125 psi, 4″ is 100 psi, 5″ to 6″ is 75 psi, and 8″ will be 50 psi.