Connect Under Pressure Hydraulic Quick Couplers | Parker 9200 Series

Parker 9200 Series Hydraulic Couplers Key Features

  • The lever operates a cam that mechanically locks both valves into either the “open” or “closed” position. “Closed”, the flow is shut off at the coupler, allowing easy zero-pressure connect and disconnect. “Open”, the valves are locked in the open position in both coupler and nipple. In this position the valves are unaffected by hydraulic surges.
  • Parker design eliminates back flow-checking. The positive lock of the cam prevents hydraulic surges from forcing the valve closed, which avoids flow checking and disrupting equipment performance.
  • Valves close automatically if coupling is accidentally disconnected.
  • The 8010 Series nipple used with the 9200 coupler is an industry standard that meets ISO 5675 requirements.
  • Rugged, reliable ball valve and induction hardened locking ball groove prevent Brinelling and prolong coupling life.
  • Turning the lever without the nipple in place will NOT result in oil flow.
  • The Lever Coupler is covered by patent numbers: #3680591 and #4009729.
  • New easy action sleeve aids connect and disconnect.

9200 Series Product Specifications


9200 Series Couplers 9200 Series Nipples


Parker’s 9200 level coupling is designed with a lever-operated cam that opens and closes the valves in both coupling halves, positively locking them into place. This allows the couplings to be easily connected and disconnected while under pressure.

The 9200 couplings can functionally replace Double Shut-Off quick coupling and two high pressure ball valves. By simply turning the lever to the "closed" position the hydraulic lines on a piece of machinery or mobile equipment may be disconnected either for maintenance or equipment changeovers.

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