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Female Stainless Steel Quick Disconnect w/Barb

$ 14.99
Brewmaster Stainless Steel Disconnects Female Stainless Steel Quick Disconnect w/Barb
This quick disconnect seals up very well without a lot of work in connecting them. This will work with any of our H503 and H507 series of quick disconnects. However, it does not work in conjunction with any of our plastic or brass quick disconnects. These feature a 1/2" Barb on the ends for easy connectivity to any 1/2" tubing you may have.

The quick disconnect will hold pressure for typical brewing applications when moving liquids at 60psi or less. 3/8" ID. Gasket temperature range is -40° to 250° F. Open port, does not have shut-off.

 

Please Note: This product will NOT work with our Brass or Plastic Quick Disconnects.

 

Connection N/A

Size 1/2 in.

Material Stainless Steel

Use Quick Disconnect

$ 14.99
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This quick disconnect seals up very well without a lot of work in connecting them. This will work with any…

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SKU H507B
Type Stainless Steel Disconnects
Description
This quick disconnect seals up very well without a lot of work in connecting them. This will work with any of our H503 and H507 series of quick disconnects. However, it does not work in conjunction with any of our plastic or brass quick disconnects. These feature a 1/2" Barb on the ends for easy connectivity to any 1/2" tubing you may have.

The quick disconnect will hold pressure for typical brewing applications when moving liquids at 60psi or less. 3/8" ID. Gasket temperature range is -40° to 250° F. Open port, does not have shut-off.

 

Please Note: This product will NOT work with our Brass or Plastic Quick Disconnects.

 

Connection N/A

Size 1/2 in.

Material Stainless Steel

Use Quick Disconnect

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CRAFTR Guarantee

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Free Shipping On Orders Over $39

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