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Hose Adapters

Hose Adapters

Connect two lengths of hose with incompatible threads with these hose adapters.

Nonswivel Straights

For hose systems with minimal movement and vibration, choose one of these nonswivel straight adapters.

Plain Stainless Steel

Male × Male

Stainless Steel

Male × Male

Steel

Trivalent Chromate Zinc Carbon Steel

Male × Male

Female × Female

Male × Female

Female × Male

Bulkhead Fittings

Also known as through-wall fittings, bulkhead fittings install through a hole in the side wall of a container or tank to connect hoses, faucets, valves, and spigots to your tank or container and create an inlet or outlet for liquids. They consist of a body, gasket, and locking nut and require access to the inside of the tank to install or repair.

Trivalent Chromate Zinc Carbon Steel

Swivel Straights

Extend the life of your hose, simplify installation of hoses, and reduce risk of bends or kinks with these swivel straight fittings. They turn as the hose is moved, decreasing the amount of stress on the hose.

Female × Female

Female × Male

Male × Female

90° Elbows

In applications where some loss of flow pressure is not a concern, use 90° elbow fittings to connect hoses and fixtures at an angle.

316 Stainless Steel

CA360 Brass

Carbon Steel

45° Elbows

These 45° elbows connect hoses to fixtures at an angle. They restrict flow less than 90° elbows.

Carbon Steel

Equal Tees

When joining hoses of the same diameter, use these equal tee fittings to combine or divide the flow of material.

Tees

Combine or divide the flow of material by using these tee fittings to join hoses of different diameters.

Caps

Cover the ends of your hoses with these caps to terminate your hose system and protect threads from damage.

Bushings

Add bushings to the ends of your hoses to create a threaded end.

Couplings

Use a coupling to connect hoses and fixtures with the same diameter.

Reducing Couplings

Connect hoses and fixtures with different diameters using reducing couplings.