Warranty Information

For a period of one year (two years on 57 Series) from the date of shipment, Deublin warrants that the products sold by it are free from defects in material and workmanship. The liability of Deublin is expressly limited to the replacement or rebuilding of any article, or part thereof, proved defective, when returned to the Deublin Company, transportation prepaid within a reasonable time after the termination of the 365 day warranty period.

This warranty is void if the product is dismantled, modified, altered, or damaged from improper maintenance, side-loading, excessive temperature, abrasive or chemical action, or other abuse.

No representative, agent or employee of Deublin has any authority to modify the terms of this warranty. Deublin will not be responsible for any consequential or resulting damage, which may be claimed to have occurred through the sale or use of such products, or parts thereof, which might be defective.

A Deublin rotating union is a precision-made piece of equipment and should be handled accordingly. It is a rotating sealing device – not just a plumbing union. Improper use could result in premature leakage or failure. While Deublin Unions are of the highest quality and precision, they are "wear and tear" items. It is important that they are periodically inspected and, as seals wear out, the rotating union must be replaced or repaired to avoid the consequence of leakage.

Deublin unions should never be used for applications other than specified in the catalog. For applications other than stated in the catalog, Deublin's Engineering Department should be contacted for recommendations.

These instructions are provided by Deublin as general guidelines. They do not contain exhaustive information about the installation, use or maintenance of unions. Purchasers and users of Deublin products should be certain that they have reviewed Deublin’s specifications and have sufficient experience and training before attempting installation or use of Deublin products. The principal responsibility for the safe and effective use of Deublin products rests with the user and its employees. Deublin will provide, upon request, whatever assistance it can to advise users about the use of its products and about any difficulties or problems which are brought to its attention.

WARNING Deublin unions should not be used to convey flammable media (flash point ≤ 140°F or 60°C) as leakage may result in explosions or fires. Deublin unions should be used in accordance with standard safety guidelines for the media, and in a well-ventilated area. The use of our product on hazardous or corrosive media is strictly forbidden.

There are no warranties, which extend beyond the description contained under this heading, express or implied, including warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.

Rotary Union Warranty Evaluation Form

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WARNING

Deublin unions should not be used to convey flammable media (flash point ≤ 140°F or 60°C) as leakage may result in explosions or fires. Deublin unions should be used in accordance with standard safety guidelines for the media, and in a well-ventilated area. The use of our product on hazardous or corrosive media is strictly forbidden.

For any operating conditions other than stated in a Deublin catalog or IC (Interface Control) drawing, contact Deublin’s Engineering Department for guidance and recommendations.

Important

The Deublin rotating union is a precision-made piece of equipment and should be handled accordingly. It is a rotating sealing device – not just a plumbing union. Improper use could result in premature leakage or failure. While Deublin unions are of the highest quality and precision, they are "wear and tear" items. It is important that they are periodically inspected and, as seals wear out, the rotating union must be replaced or repaired to avoid the consequence of leakage. Deublin Unions should never be used for applications other than specified in the catalog. For applications other than stated in the catalog, Deublin’s Engineering Department should be contacted for recommendations.

These instructions are provided by Deublin as general guidelines. They do not contain exhaustive information about the installation, use or maintenance of unions. Purchasers and users of Deublin unions should be certain that they have reviewed Deublin’s catalog and other documentation and have sufficient experience and training in the use of unions before attempting installation or use of Deublin’s products. The principal responsibility for the safe and effective use of Deublin unions rests with the user and its employees. Deublin will provide, upon request, whatever assistance it can to advise users about the use of its products and about any difficulties or problems which are brought to its attention.