- Brass for corrosion resistance, ductility at high temperatures, and low magnetic permeability
- Relative softness of brass threading when compared to other metals allows for a tight seal
- Barbed shank provides secure connection to hose
- Temperature range from -32 to +140 degrees F
- Intended for use with hose clamp or crimp type ferrule (sold separately)
- These fittings contain lead and are not allowed by federal law to be installed for potable water use in the U.S.A. and its territories.
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Anderson Metals Brass Compression Hose Fitting Connector, Barb x NPT Male
|Price:||$1.08 - $21.36|
|Brand Name||Anderson Metals|
|Number of Items||1|
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This Anderson Metals brass compression hose fitting connector has a male end for connecting to threaded pipe conforming to National Pipe Thread (NPT) standards and a barbed fitting for connecting to a hose. The barbed fitting on one end creates a tight seal on flexible or semi-rigid hose when used with a hose clamp or crimp sleeve or ferrule (sold separately), and a male NPT connector on the other end connects to threaded pipe to form a tight, fixed connection This fitting is made of brass for corrosion resistance, ductility at high temperatures, and low magnetic permeability. Brass can be connected to copper, brass, plastic, aluminum, and welded steel, and the relative softness of brass threading when compared to other metals allows for a tight seal to resist leaks. This connector has a temperature range from -32 to +140 degrees F and is suitable for use in hydraulic, pneumatic, and plumbing applications.
Anderson Metals manufactures brass fittings, valves, and pipe nipples. The company, founded in 1951, is headquartered in Kansas City, MO.
Top Customer Reviews
Tip: You can pinch the hot melted nylon beads to flatten and making it a even spread. Be Careful.. ..It is HOT and may stick to fingers if is really hot.
Tip and Caution!
I should also add.. that do NOT pump air if chuck is NOT attached to tire or you can possibly damage your pump because if not attached to your tire, you are compressing air in just the hose giving you pump some serious abuse.
After filling air in tire, make sure to release compressed air left in the hose my pressing the metal in the air chuck.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
1/4 inch barb yes but 1/2 inch thread NO it's actually 3/4 inch so I have a nice useless partPublished 12 days ago by Denis L'Espérance
Excellent Product. Fast Shipping. Exactly as described. Highly recommended Seller.Published 3 months ago by Steven S