DIN 24° Cone
The DIN 24° cone male will mate with any of the three females shown.
The male has a 24° seat, straight metric threads, and a recessed counterbore which matches the tube 0.0. of the coupling used with it. The mating female is a 24° cone with a-ring, a metric tube fitting or a universal 24° and 60° cone.
There is a light and heavy series DIN coupling. Proper identification is made by measuring both the thread size and the tube O.D. (The heavy series has a smaller tube O.D., but a thicker wall section than the light.)
When measuring the flare angle with the seat angle gauge, use the 12° gauge. (The seat angle gauge measures the angle from the connector centerline.)
|Metric Thread Size||Female Thread I.D. (mm)||Male Thread O.D. (mm)||Light Series Tube O.D. (mm)||Heavy Series Tube O.D. (mm)|