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Tube Fitting 1/4 Tube Fitting 1/4 Showing the measurement length wise of a Tube Fitting 1/4
Tube Fitting 1/4 Tube Fitting 1/4 Showing the measurement length wise of a Tube Fitting 1/4
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Tube Fitting 1/4" NPT Female Inside Thread to 1/2" NPT Male Outside Thread
$4.95
Introduction:

1/4" NPT female to 1/2" NPT male tube fitting fits with a 1/4" barbed to 1/4" male tube fitting to allow a flexible hose to attach to pneumatic and hydraulic tools.

Description:

This 1/4 inch NPT (female inside thread) to 1/2 inch NPT (male outside thread) tube fitting is a hexagonal bushing that will fit on a 1/4" Barbed to Male 1/4" NPT tube fitting in order to reduce a 1/2 inch connector to a 1/4 inch connector.

This will allow you to connect flexible hoses to plugs, gauges, air tools, water pumps, or other air operated machinery. Tube fittings are generally used for connecting, branching, and changing the direction of tubing in pneumatic and hydraulic systems.

  • Hex bushing for connecting pipes of different sizes
  • Male and female National Pipe Taper (NPT) threads

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