Red & Blue

All red & blue fittings are BRITE-DIP coated as a final step in the anodizing process for added durability and color retention.

All red & blue parts are identified by a -2 at the end of the part number.

Black

All black fittings are BRITE-DIP coated as a final step in the anodizing process for added durability and color retention.

All black fittings are identified by a -3 at the end of the part number.

Blue

All blue fittings are BRITE-DIP coated as a final step in the anodizing process for added durability and coated as a final step in the anodizing process for added durability and color retention.

All blue fittings are identified by -4 at the end of the part number.

Clear

This is a finish exclusive to Phenix Industries; this is our answer to nickel plating which can be inconsistent in finish and prone to chipping or flaking. While nickel is expensive these are the same price as our other Type II Anodized fittings and offer the matte silver finish of nickel. All clear anodized fittings are BRITE-DIP coated as a final step in the anodizing process for added durability and color retention.

All clear fittings are identified by a -5 at the end of the part number.

Steel

Steel fittings are plated in a zinc or iridite finish for corrosion resistance and used primarily in brake and clutch applications.

Steel fittings are identified by a -7 at the end of the part number.

Black Steel - NEW!

The ultimate in style and corrosion resistance and exclusive to Phenix. Now you you no longer have to put up with a zinc or chrome finish when the rest of your plumbing is black. Introducing Black Steel. These fittings are directed toward our street and off road customers. There are places that an aluminum fitting is just not appropriate when safety and strength are the primary requirement and now there is an alternative.

All Black Steel fittings are identified by a -8 at the end of the part number.

Polished

This is another new finish which is a Phenix Exclusive. Our customers wanted polished fittings for their projects and complained about having to strip and polish their fittings. Phenix has pioneered a new finish which involves hand polishing new raw parts and coating them with a micro film ceramic clear coating which is chemically impervious and temperature resistant up to 500 degrees. Now you can enjoy the look of polished fittings without the need to maintain the finish.

All polished and ceramic coated fittings are identified by -10 at the end of the part number.

Stainless Steel

Phenix is moving into the manufacture of a number of fittings and reusable brake hose ends in Stainless Steel due to it’s corrosion resistance and appearance. Conventional fittings made of steel in brake plumbing and hydraulic applications have a tendency to rust internally and contaminate the hydraulic fluids. By using Stainless Steel, it is one more thing we can do to add reliability to our hydraulic systems.

All stainless fittings are identified by a -11 at the end of the part number.