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Brass 45° Flare Tube Connector: Male, NPT, 1/4 in Port 1 Tube Size, 1/4 Pipe Size (Port 2), 7/16"-20 Thread Size

Item # 744X238

$2.47 Each

Product Specs

Port 1 Gender: Male
Port 2 Gender: Male
Port 2 Connection Type: NPT
Type: Connector
Port 1 Tube Size: 1⁄4 in
Thread Size: 7/16"-20
Maximum Operating Pressure: 1,000 psi
Minimum Operating Temperature: -65 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 250 ° F
Pack Qty: 1
Tube Size: 1⁄4 in
Port Type: NPT
Pipe Size: 1/4
Specifications Met: NSF 61 ANNEX G
Flare Type: 45 degree
Hex Head Width: 0.4375 in
Material: Brass
Pack Unit: EA
Pipe Size (Port 2): 1/4
Port 1 Connection Type: Flared
Port 2 Thread Size: 7/16"-20
Thread Standard: NPT

Compliance and Restrictions

WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Country Of Origin

  • USA
  • This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).

About This Product

This Brass 45° Flare Tube Connector has a male connection on port 1 and a male connection on port 2. It also has a NPT port 2 connection type, which is a U. S. Standard (National Pipe Thread Tapered) that identifies a fitting with an internal thread that is tapered, which forms a seal when torqued as the flanks of the threads compress against each other. It has a 1/4 in port 1 tube size and a 1/4 pipe size on port 2. It has a 7/16"-20 thread size. Sold individually.

About Low-Lead Brass 45° Flare Tube Fittings

Connect potable (for human consumption, including drinking and cooking) water lines with these corrosion-resistant, low-lead brass fittings. 45° flare fittings are commonly used in refrigeration systems and can tolerate lower pressures than 37° flare fittings.

Flare fittings have a body, nut, and sleeve (ferrule). The nut and sleeve are inserted onto the tubing, the end of the tubing is flared, and the nut is tightened onto the fitting to secure it in place. They resist pulling out if there is vibration in the line and can be installed and removed repeatedly.

Use these fittings to connect female-threaded pipe to tubing in a straight line.