About Dresser Couplings

Dresser couplings are a type of mechanical coupling used to join two sections of pipe together. They are often used in applications where a flexible and reliable connection is required, such as in pipelines for water, oil, gas, or other fluids.

Dresser couplings are designed to provide a leak-tight and durable connection, even in high-pressure and high-temperature environments. They consist of two halves, each with a concave surface and rubber gaskets. When the two halves are bolted together, the rubber gaskets compress and create a tight seal around the pipe ends.

One of the key advantages of Dresser couplings is their flexibility. They allow for some degree of pipe movement, expansion, and contraction, which can be beneficial in applications where thermal expansion or ground movement is a concern.

Dresser couplings are available in various sizes to accommodate different pipe diameters and are typically made of cast iron or steel. They are often used in plumbing, industrial, and utility applications, where reliable pipe connections are essential.

We offer these for different applications (water, steam or gas) and they are available in compression or standard couplings. The types available are: style 38, style 39, style 90 and style 65.