High-pressure swivel joint Suspension of moving parts


The high-pressure swivel joint stops at least outwardly into an opening in one of the bearing sleeves, wherein the opening is divided into a plurality of regions defining a predetermined adjustment position by at least one complementary element through which the stop member must pass.

The high-pressure swivel joint stop member may be integral with the outer peripheral surface of the second bearing member such that the stop member has an advantageously fixed connection to the high-pressure swivel joint second inner bearing member.

high-pressure swivel joint

In this case, the complementary component passed by the high-pressure swivel joint stop member can be configured as a deformable spring that is disposed in an open area on one of the bearing shells of the first bearing component. It is also conceivable to construct the stop member itself as a flexible plastic or rubber component which is formed on the outer peripheral surface of the high-pressure swivel joint second bearing component and is connected thereto.