Made of futuristic, space-age polymers (specifically, glass-filled polypropylene) these Colder medial couplings are way cooler than either “Memory Foam” or “Tang.” C’mon NASA, where’s my hover-board already?
Click Images to View the 3D Part of the Month To MOVE/ROTATE the component, click on the object and move the mouse in any direction. ZOOM by clicking with the right mouse button and moving the mouse About the NS4 Medical Grade Coupling NS4: Non-spill coupling that virtually eliminates spills, minimizes downtime and enhances operator safety. Material: Glass-filled polypropylene, ABS Tubing ID Sizes: 1/8″ to 3/8″ (3.2mm to 9.5mm) About Colder: Couplings and Fittings For Plastic Tubing Colder Products Company has been designing and manufacturing quick disconnect couplings, fittings and connectors since 1978. Our broad range of products can be found in thousands of applications across many life sciences and specialty industrial markets. Used in a wide range of products, machinery, devices and processes, Colder’s innovative coupling and connection technologies allow flexible tubing to be quickly and safely connected and disconnected. To meet the needs of such a diverse range of markets and applications, Colder offers more than 10,000 standard and custom-designed products. The robust and easy-to-use design of Colder’s quick disconnect couplings and fittings provides reliable, secure and leakfree connections for fluid and air management.
|From the looks of these fittings and couplings, they most likely have been used in the medical wing of the USS Enterprise, by Dr.”Bones” McCoy himself. Dr. McCoy: Spock, I don’t know too much about these little tribbles yet, but there is one thing that I have discovered. Mr. Spock: What’s that, Doctor? Dr. McCoy: I like them… better than I like you. –Star Trek: The Original Series, “The Trouble With Tribbles” Check out: Engineering the USS Enterprise|
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