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4CWU9 8-4 HBZ-SS UNSPSC # 40142606

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Reducing Union, 1/2 in x 1/4 in Tube Size, Metal, 13/16 in Hex Size

  • Item # 4CWU9
  • Mfr. Model # 8-4 HBZ-SS
  • UNSPSC # 40142606
  • Catalog Page # 2858 2858
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

With a compression design that allows for easy assembly this PARKER CPI™ reducing union provides a leaktight seal for high pressure, vibration, and vacuum in gas or liquid applications. Features a single-ferrule design creates a dynamic seal on tube and body, with close tolerance of nut and body dimensions for accurate tube alignment. Fitting won’t twist the tubing during installation so that the mechanical integrity of the tubing is preserved. Has a 4:1 safety factor with respect to the working pressure capabilities of the tubing used. Can be used with 304, 316, or 316L stainless steel tubing. For use in refineries, chemical processing, power generation, and instrument lines.

Technical Specs

  • Item Reducing Union
  • Tube Fitting Material 316 Stainless Steel
  • Fitting Connection Type CPI(TM) x CPI(TM)
  • Tube Size 1/2 in x 1/4 in
  • Hex Size 13/16 in
  • Temp. Range -425 Degrees to 1200 Degrees F
  • Standards ASME-SA-479, TYPE 316-SS, BS970, 316-S31, DIN 4401, ASTM A276 Type 316

With a compression design that allows for easy assembly this PARKER CPI™ reducing union provides a leaktight seal for high pressure, vibration, and vacuum in gas or liquid applications. Features a single-ferrule design creates a dynamic seal on tube and body, with close tolerance of nut and body dimensions for accurate tube alignment. Fitting won’t twist the tubing during installation so that the mechanical integrity of the tubing is preserved. Has a 4:1 safety factor with respect to the working pressure capabilities of the tubing used. Can be used with 304, 316, or 316L stainless steel tubing. For use in refineries, chemical processing, power generation, and instrument lines.

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