- How to Snap-In
- Fit Seeflex 060ES Connectors
- Fit Large BFM® Connectors
- Lining Blanking Socks / Bins
Fitting and removing a BFM® fitting connector takes seconds - watch how.
The firmer, thicker Seeflex 060ES material can take a few 'snaps' to fit perfectly
There's a knack to installing larger diameter BFM® connectors - here's a quick tip on how to do it!
BFM® blanking socks can be easily lined with plastic bags to make disposal of sifter overs fast and easy!
Learn the key basics to measuring your installation space for the right BFM® fitting.
The Tool Release (TR) connectors have a much firmer snap band but are still easy to install.
Preparing your BFM® spigots for installation to ensure the perfect Installation Gap.
Kevlar Covers fit over our Seeflex connectors for added protection in explosive situations.
Tips for making sure you install your spigots and connectors correctly.
BFM® is ideal for use in CIP applications. Specifically marked wash sleeves can also be provided.
The BFM® fitting works and seals perfectly in almost all negative pressure applications.
BFM® fittings are ideally suited for oscillating applications such as sifters.
See how a flow correction ring redirects the product flow away from the walls of the flexible connector.
Comparison of the superior performance of BFM® fittings vs traditional clamped connectors under pressure.
See the superior performance under vacuum of a BFM® fitting vs traditional connectors.
See the inflatable BFM® Bulk Bag Loader perform vs a traditional clamped bag loader.
Independent testing of BFM®'s products prove how effective they are at containing explosion pressures.