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Posted on February 27, 2020

Brennan University: Hydraulic Fitting Identification Made Easy

Ally Pulskamp
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Hydraulic fitting types and adapters come in so many shapes, sizes, and connection types that for those newer to the industry, and even those who have been around longer, nailing down all the details and how each connection type works can be difficult. Brennan University helps solve that problem. Our current series, Fittings 101, is made up of videos and other supplemental content that cover everything from the most basic details to some of the more complex details about each of the hydraulic fitting identification types, what they're used for, how they differ from other connections, advantages, disadvantages, and more. 

Brennan University is a great tool for onboarding new team members in order to help them learn how each of the products they'll work with every day is designed and how to practice hydraulic fitting identification. Though in its early stages, this platform is designed to grow. As we develop new series, we'll expand more on each connection type to continue to give you and your team a deeper understanding of each. 

Want to begin learning, but aren't sure where to start? Check out our Fittings 101 Introduction page for an overview of each connection type found in our Thread Identification Guide and the basic characteristics of each. Our Thread ID Guide is a great tool to use alongside our Fittings 101 series. Click the link below to request your own free copy today. 

Follow Brennan Industries on LinkedIn, or check out our "Resources" tab on brennaninc.com to stay up to date on the latest Fittings 101 releases. Also under the "Resources" tab are essential content pages where you can find relevant whitepapers, catalogs, blog posts, and more on each of the fitting categories. 

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