Filler Breathers in hydraulic reservoir tanks are used to allow the reservoir to breathe while protecting it from contamination. Filler Breathers come in various design models, including SPB, SMBT, SMBB and various other designs. For more information, click below for the Stauff Comprehensive Catalogue.
FAQ Of Stauff Filler Breathers
What is the function of stauff filler breathers?
Stauff filler breathers are used in hydraulic tanks to keep pressure from building up as the fluid expands and contracts.
What is the stauff filler breathers made of?
Stauff filler breathers are made of different materials. For instance, the cap is made of steel, an alloy of Iron and Carbon while the breather basket is made of zinc-plated steel. Besides, the bayonet flange is made of chromium-plated steel.
What is the working temperature range that stauff filler breathers can withstand?
The working temperature range that stauff filler breathers can withstand is from -40°C to +120°C.
What are the types of Stauff Filler Breathers?
There are five types of stauff filler breathers which are Metal Filler Breathers in the lockable SMBL series, Plastic Filler Breathers in the SPB series, Plastic Filler Breather in SES Series, Bayonet and Screw-in Filler Breathers in SPBN Series, and Giant Air Breathers in Style SGB120C and SGB90C.
What are Dipsticks used for in Breathers?
Dipsticks are usually used to monitor the level of fluid in a reservoir.
What is the standard length of the Dipsticks?
Its standard length is 200mm or 300mm.