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High-pressure swivels are designed for use in the harshest environments. The swivels, used under pressure, preserve the fluid connections and transfer fluids from stationary parts to moving parts.
R&H Machine's multi-use swivels were designed for the oil and gas industry, and have been used in the industry for more than 20 years.

We Machine Swivels

The swivels have a variety of applications across the industry and are compatible with your equipment's operating pressures, temperatures, and speed.
Our Swivels
are made in a variety of sizes from 1" to 4"
for all applications in your equipment
We have you covered for all the jobs that need doing. Our swivels have been pressure tested and field-tested for both quality and safety. Our product outperforms other swivels when looking at durability, wear-and-tear, and performance.
At R&H Machine, we know you expect efficient, well-made, quality parts and equipment. Our Swivels are designed for quality, and with safety in mind. Our API compliant QMS ensures your swivels are high-performing, reliable, and safe for your team to use and maintain.
Standard multi-use swivels are always on-hand, ready for your immediate use in standard applications. If custom swivels are needed for the needs of your operation, our team is on standby, ready to create your custom part to your exact specifications.
Features and Specs:
Temperature Range: 45 - 235 degrees F

Working RPM: 65-80 RPM

Pressure:
Optimal - 4,500 - 6,500psi
Maximal - 8,000 psi

Easy disassembly and maintenance

Tested to 15,000 psi for your safety

Variety of sizes
Our Other Products
Mini Snubbing
Units
Plug
Catchers
Avoid expensive disposal of kill fluids with R&H Machine's mini snubbing units. For use in both onshore and offshore equipment, we have several units, from 150k to 330k pounds full force, available.
R&H Machine fabricates plug catchers of various sizes. Durable, corrosion-resistant, and easy to maintain, these plug catchers stand up to the harsh environments they were built for.