BFM Spigot - Flex Connections
BFM Spigots are available in stainless steel (AISI 304 or AISI 316) and in black steel.
BFM Spigots are produced in the standard sizes, shown below. If you would like a different size, they can be produced in any diameter up to 1650 mm which is divisible by 50 mm.
Standard Sizes (Diameter)
When welding the BMF fitting to your material, it is important to take an exact measurement.
CL = Connector Length
Note 1: Stainless steel flanges have a 52 mm (2") tail. These can be easily cut, or cut at an angle, to suit your existing pipe fitting.
Note 2: It is important to take into consideration the length of the flexible connection when welding the flanges onto your existing pipe fitting. The standard length of flexible connections will be held in stock and thus be more accessible and cheaper than non-standard lengths.
Note 3: For applications that may cause static electricity, such as wood dust, flour, milk powder, etc., we recommend using a conductive wire to connect the two BFM® Spigots together
SeeFlex can be manufactured in many different materials to meet your requirements.
SeeFlex 020e is a lightweight connector and therefore ideal for weights and scales. It is manufactured in a clear polyester thermoplastic polyurethane alloy. As the material does not have any memory, it will not be damaged by the constant shocks and movements that are normally experienced in industry.
Download Technical Data Sheet for Seeflex 020e
SeeFlex 040e is the most widely used Seeflex. It can be used in virtually all applications where high strength and high flexibility are required. It is produced in a clear, polyester thermoplastic polyurethane alloy. Since the material does not have any memory, it will not be damaged by the constant shocks and movements that are normal in industry.
Download Technical Data Sheet for Seeflex 040e
Specially designed connections
Konical Seeflex can be manufactured in all materials and sizes.
Specially designed studs
Conical studs, for ex. Ø100 mm. down to two Ø 75 mm.
Watch a video of Flex-connections here