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20XP69 707020-0404 UNSPSC # 40142604

Barbed Hose Fitting, Fitting Material Brass x Brass, Fitting Size 1/4 in x 1/4 in

  • Item # 20XP69
  • Mfr. Model # 707020-0404
  • UNSPSC # 40142604
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Low-lead brass multipurpose rigid barbed hose fittings are certified for use with potable water, making them a good choice for hose assemblies in plumbing systems that transport drinking water. They are also resistant to corrosion from water, saltwater, heat, minerals, and acids. These fittings have various connection types on one end and raised ridges (or barbs) on the other end that grip the inside of hoses to hold them in place. They are secured with a clamp or crimped ferrule for a leak-resistant seal.

Multipurpose rigid barbed hose fittings and menders connect hoses to pipe in multipurpose hose assemblies. They are also used to repair damaged hoses to help extend their life. These fittings have raised ridges (or barbs) that grip the insides of hoses to hold them in place and are secured with a clamp or crimped ferrule to form a tight seal. They are commonly used for low-pressure applications in the food and beverage, marine, and chemical processing industries to convey air, fluids, and chemicals through a pipe system.

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Barbed Hose Fitting, Fitting Material Brass x Brass, Fitting Size 1/4 in x 1/4 in

  • Item # 20XP69
  • Mfr. Model # 707020-0404
  • UNSPSC # 40142604
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Low-lead brass multipurpose rigid barbed hose fittings are certified for use with potable water, making them a good choice for hose assemblies in plumbing systems that transport drinking water. They are also resistant to corrosion from water, saltwater, heat, minerals, and acids. These fittings have various connection types on one end and raised ridges (or barbs) on the other end that grip the inside of hoses to hold them in place. They are secured with a clamp or crimped ferrule for a leak-resistant seal.

Multipurpose rigid barbed hose fittings and menders connect hoses to pipe in multipurpose hose assemblies. They are also used to repair damaged hoses to help extend their life. These fittings have raised ridges (or barbs) that grip the insides of hoses to hold them in place and are secured with a clamp or crimped ferrule to form a tight seal. They are commonly used for low-pressure applications in the food and beverage, marine, and chemical processing industries to convey air, fluids, and chemicals through a pipe system.

Technical Specs

  • Item Barbed Hose Fitting
  • For Hose I.D. 1/4 in
  • Fitting Movement Rigid
  • Fitting Shape 90 Degrees Elbow
  • Fitting Material Brass x Brass
  • Vacuum Rating Not Rated
  • Nipple Grip Type No Knurl
  • Barb Size 1/4 in
  • Hose Fitting A Gender Male
  • Hose Fitting B Gender Male
  • Hose Fitting A Size 1/4 in
  • Hose Fitting B Size 1/4 in
  • Hose Fitting A Connection Type Hose Barb
  • Hose Fitting B Connection Type NPT
  • Material Brass
  • Material Grade CA2745
  • Reusable Yes
  • Includes Shut Off No
  • Temp. Range -65 Degrees to 250 Degrees F
  • Standards NSF 61 Annex G
  • Thread Size 1/4"-18
  • Thread Type NPT
  • Fitting Size 1/4 in x 1/4 in
  • Fitting Gender Male x Male
  • Fitting Connection Type Hose Barb x NPT

Low-lead brass multipurpose rigid barbed hose fittings are certified for use with potable water, making them a good choice for hose assemblies in plumbing systems that transport drinking water. They are also resistant to corrosion from water, saltwater, heat, minerals, and acids. These fittings have various connection types on one end and raised ridges (or barbs) on the other end that grip the inside of hoses to hold them in place. They are secured with a clamp or crimped ferrule for a leak-resistant seal.

Multipurpose rigid barbed hose fittings and menders connect hoses to pipe in multipurpose hose assemblies. They are also used to repair damaged hoses to help extend their life. These fittings have raised ridges (or barbs) that grip the insides of hoses to hold them in place and are secured with a clamp or crimped ferrule to form a tight seal. They are commonly used for low-pressure applications in the food and beverage, marine, and chemical processing industries to convey air, fluids, and chemicals through a pipe system.

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