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Parker Hannifin Brass 45° Flare 45° Tube Elbow: Male, 1/2 in Port 1 Tube Size, 1/2 Pipe Size (Port 2), NPT, 10 PK

Item # 995X883

$83.09 Pack of 10

Product Specs

Port 1 Gender: Male
Port 2 Gender: Male
Port 2 Connection Type: NPT
Type: Elbow
Port 1 Tube Size: 1⁄2 in
Thread Size: 3/4"-16
Maximum Operating Pressure: 2,800 psi
Minimum Operating Temperature: -65 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 250 ° F
Pack Qty: 10
Port Type: 1⁄2 in
Pipe Size: 1/2
Specifications Met: UL Listed; SAE J513; SAE J512
Application: Propane Lines; Air Conditioning; Industrial; Marine; Gas Range; Laboratories; Refrigerant Lines; Oil Burners
Elbow Angle: 45 °
Features: Economical Fitting; Can be Assembled and Disassembled Repeatedly; Extreme Dependability and Safety; Leak Proof Connection
Flare Type: 45 degree
For Substance Type: Water; Air; Non-Combustible Gasses; Flammable Liquids; Freon
For Tube OD: 1⁄2 in
For Tube Wall Thickness: 0.032 in
Material: Brass
Pack Unit: PK
Pipe Size (Port 2): 1/2
Port 1 Connection Type: Flared
Port 1 Thread Size: 3/4"-16
Resistance Properties: Mechanical Pullout-Resistant
Thread Standard: NPT

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About This Product

These Parker Hannifin Brass 45° Flare 45° Tube Elbows have a male connection on port 1 and a male connection on port 2. They also have a 1/2 in port 1 tube size and a 1/2 pipe size on port 2. They have 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. They have a 3/4"-16 thread size. Pack of 10.

About Brass 45° Flare Tube Fittings

Create a tight seal on flared metal tubing with these corrosion-resistant brass flare fittings, which are suitable for use with non-potable (not for human consumption) water. 45° flare fittings are commonly used in refrigeration systems, air compressors, and machinery 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. Suitable for high pressures, they resist pulling out if there is vibration in the line and can be installed and removed repeatedly.

Redirect tubing at a 45° angle with these elbows, which have a threaded connection on one end and a tubing connection on the other. They restrict flow less than 90° elbows to minimize pressure loss.