Abstract: The invention relates to a self-compensating drip irrigation emitter. A plurality of novel embodiments are provided, wherein the emitter of the invention is capable of always supplying a substantially constant flow within a range of pressures of a fluid flowing in a pipe (3), from very low to very high pressures. Furthermore, the emitter of the invention has such characteristics as to prevent any accidental and undesired clogging thereof by sediments or debris.
Abstract: A pipe fitting element comprises a tubular fit-in sleeve (1) which can be fitted into an end of a pipe (2) to be connected, and a clamping ring nut (10), coaxial to the sleeve (1). The pipe (2) is arranged to be clamped by tightening the ring nut (10) on the sleeve (1) and translating it towards the pipe (2) while drawing two clamping surfaces (5, 13) mutually closer. One of the surfaces is situated on the outer surface of the sleeve (1) and the other situated on the inner surface of the ring nut (10). These clamping surfaces (5, 13) consist of progressive widening (105, 113) of the outside diameter of the sleeve (1) and of the inside diameter of the end of the ring nut (10) turned towards the pipe (2). A pipe joint, which has at each end a pipe fitting element of the above described type is also provided.
Abstract: Threaded connection device for pipes including a cylindrical sleeve having, at both its ends, fasteners for the connection with a flexible pipe, two internally threaded rings each one screwing on one end of the sleeve. These said rings have a circular rim for the seaming and the compression of the pipe around the sleeve fasteners. The sleeve, in connection with the ring thread, has a thread part having a pitch multiple as to the thread pitch of the ring itself.