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TTMA Breakaway Coupling

Cryogenic breakaway couplings are typically put on Liquid Nitrogen, Oxygen, Helium, ethylene, propylene or ethane lines. Couplings can handle products down to -196 C or -320 F degrees

Materials of Construction: 316L Stainless Steel
Seals: Low Temperature PTFE
End Connections: 300 LB. or PN 40 Flanges are typical
Breakstuds: Low Temperature Stainless Steel
Sizes: 1" to 6"
Protects Terminal Loading Arms from the risk of truck or railcar drive-off.

This vital piece of equipment significantly reduces the consequences of a truck or railcar drive-off. Instantaneous closure of updstream and downstream flow reduces the risk of asset damage and injury potentially caused by spillage. Separation of the Breakaway Coupling protects the loading Arm and loading vehicle (truck or railcar) from dam,age. Downtime and clean-up costs are also greatly reduced. This TTMA flange Breakaway Coupling by KLAW is lightweight, short and compact and is designed for the specific balancing requirements of Loading Arms.

Material: lightweight aluminum.

Size and weight benefits

The TTMA Coupling is the shortest and lightest TTMA emergency breakaway coupling on the market. The coupling also replaces the spool piece. These two advantages are crucial where available space is often limited. Easy lightweight handling also improves operational efficiency.

Design options

The TTMA Coupling is available either as an automatic Breakaway Coupling or cable controlled Emergency Release Coupling.

Compliant strap is anti-static and fitted as standard

The TTMA Breakaway Coupling is therefor suitable for loading environments where there is a risk of explosive atmospheres due to flammable gasses, mists, vapours or combustible dusts.

Typical flow rate:594 GPM

Flip-Flap Valve technology offers minimum pressure drop and significant flow advantages over alternative competitor valve designs.

Sizes: 4"
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