Stucchi
Australia

A constant flow of solutions

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Stucchi
Australia

A constant flow of solutions

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Stucchi
Australia

A constant flow of solutions

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Stucchi FCP Pty Ltd is a 100% owned subsidiary of the Stucchi SpA group based in northern Italy, one of the leading manufacturers of quick disconnect couplings.

Leveraging on its 60 years knowledge of manufacturing, in Australia Stucchi also offer a range of quality fluid conveying products some of which include hose, hose fittings, ball and check valves all proven in the demanding Australian and New Zealand markets.

Stucchi Australia has built its range on the demands of the diverse markets to which it services, proving that off the shelf availability is one of its pillars of strength.

Applications
Veichles

Agriculture

From conventional ‘poppet design’ profile to flat face and multi couplings, Stucchi products are present on agricultural machines and attachments.

High-Pressure

High pressure

Stucchi couplings are present on systems associated with high pressure applications; not only on jacks, ram or clamping devices but also on rescue equipment.

Hydraulic-tools

Hydraulic tools

Stucchi couplings are suitable for machineries and systems related to various hydraulic equipment, such as machine tools and automation. They are also used in manual hydraulic tools.

Industry

Industry

Stucchi quick couplings are present on machineries and systems used for industrial manufacturing and applications.

Chemical-&-Food-Industry

Chemical & Food industry

Stucchi couplings are used in chemical applications where the mix between flow rate and absence of fluid loss during connection and disconnection, increases system performance and preserves the environment.

Earth-Moving

Earth moving

Stucchi couplings are suitable for systems and products related with controlling mobile equipment used in off-highway applications. Stucchi products have been successfully proven for years in heavy duty applications and in connect under pressure conditions.

Oil-Gas

Oil & Gas

Stucchi couplings are used in exploration, extraction, field services (upstream), storage and conveyance (downstream) of crude oil and natural gas.

Cooling

Cooling

Stucchi quick couplings are used on machineries for cooling of systems with water or water glycol.

Refrigeration

Refrigeration

Stucchi couplings are present on systems associated with vehicles refrigeration (A/C recharge) and isothermal bodies through low temperature eutectic plates.

Veichles

Vehicles

Stucchi couplings are present on vehicles hydraulic applications systems, to connect different tools or trailers. They are particularly appreciated by body manufacturers for their high performances and for their ability to withstand heavy duty applications.

Agriculture
High pressure
Hydraulic tools
Industry
Chemical & Food industry
Earth moving
Oil & Gas
Cooling
Refrigeration
Vehicles

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