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Stainless Steel Floats are manufactured using either 304 and 316 stainless steel. They are available in sizes 2 in. to 12 in. Float balls with tubes and threads, polished, half balls, and oblong floats are available. Typical applications include vacuum trucks, steam traps, liquid level controls, sump pumps, float valves. Suitable for industrial or commercial use. Call 800-953-8521
Stainless Steel Magnetic Floats are, used for reed switch activation; they have a hollow tubed connection running through them. The float, is weighted to operate accurately at the specific gravity of the fluid to be measured. Tubed magnetic floats have become standard equipment where strength, corrosion resistance and buoyancy are necessary. They are resistant to high temperatures making them ideal for the Food & Beverage industry among other. Call 800-953-8521
Custom Order manufacturing provides built-to-order parts and custom products, and select services, sometimes using specialized processes or equipment unavailable in standard production techniques. These processes create a significant amount of the components and machinery used in today's industrial marketplace. It encompasses a broad range of methods, and can involve both manual and automated controls. Call 800-953-8521
Copper Floats are hollow and made from copper and weighted to allow them to float at the correct depth. They are made for open-tank, no-pressure applications at temperatures below 212°F. Unlike a stainless steel float, copper floats are manufactured by sweating solder into an overlapping joint that maintains a smooth and true spherical or cylindrical exterior surface. Call 800-953-8521
While the flag is undoubtedly the most important thing displayed on a flagpole, topping the flagpole with a flagpole ball or intricately detailed eagles can add to the overall appearance and impact of a flagpole. A flagpole ball is constructed of two curved pieces joined together and placed on a threaded rod that is inserted into the flagpole truck. The ball has been commonly referred to as a truck but the correct terminology would be finial. Call 800-953-8521
Metal Stamping is the process of placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die surface forms the metal into a net shape. Stamping includes a variety of sheet-metal forming manufacturing processes, such as punching using a machine press or stamping press, blanking, embossing, bending, flanging, and coining. At Naugatuck, we will guide your project through from start to finish with top quality prototype product development and engineering services. Call 800-953-8521