Test Port Couplings | Parker

Parker offers PD Series end EMA3 test port couplings.
Parker PD Series Couplings
Parker PD Series
Test Port Couplings
Parker PD Series couplings provide easy connection for mechanical gauges or specialized diagnostic equipment like SensoControl.

Typically, PD or BPD nipples are permanently mounted in the system at threaded test ports, in rigid tubing, or in hose assemblies. Parker PD couplers are attached to test instruments such as Parker Senso Control meters. Couplers align to the mating nipples without threading. This allows gauges, transducers, and other test equipment to be quickly snapped into place without difficulty.
Parker EMA3 Series Diagnostic Couplings
Parker EMA3 Series
Test Port Couplings
Parker EMA couplings provide easy diagnostic connections for Parker Senso Control equipment or mechanical gages. EMA test points are typically permanently plumbed into a fluid system at locations where pressure measurements are frequently required for maintenance or testing. Integral pressure cap protects the test point from damage and prevents contamination of the fluid system. Proven twist-to-connect design allows the test points to be connected even when the system is in operation and the test points are pressurized. EMA’s compact design and optional high-pressure hose assemblies allow extra flexibility for the location of system test points.

Although EMA couplings are designed primarily for diagnostic applications, EMA fittings and hose assemblies are ideal for a wide range of applications that require compact high-pressure connections and limited flow rates.
Parker fluid sampling Diagnostic Couplings
Parker Fluid Sampling
Test Port Couplings
Parker Fluid Sampling test port couplings are designed to provide an easy access point for obtaining fluid samples. A permanently mounted test point eliminates the need to shut down or break lines when taking samples and reduces the chances of contamination. Fluid analysis is crucial in both engines and hydraulic systems as it can reveal problems with filtration and other internal components. Early detection can prevent costly repairs, unscheduled maintenance, and production downtime. These fluid sampling nipples should be installed in either low pressure or return lines. For the most accurate monitoring, fluid samples should be constantly taken from the
same location.