3/8'' NPT Male x 14S Stainless steel 90 deg Elbow Cutting ring 630 Bar DIN 2353

3/8'' NPT Male x 14S Stainless steel 90 deg Elbow Cutting ring 630 Bar DIN 2353
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Reference: FL2E-MC-ST-038N-14-S
Brand: Tameson

This stainless steel elbow screw in connection is designed with female threads and a cutting ring connection. Connection 1 has male NPT 3/8 inch threads. Connection 2 is a 14 mm cutting ring. The input and the output are at a 90° angle. Suitable for temperatures from -60 °C to 400 °C (-76 °F to 752 °F). Max pressure of 630 bar (9138 psi). Rated for an S (heavy) load class. It is made in accordance with the DIN EN ISO 8434-1 (DIN 2353).

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This elbow screw in connection is designed with female threads and a cutting ring connection. Connection 1 has male NPT 3/8 inch threads. Connection 2 is a 14 mm cutting ring. It is an elbow fitting. It is made out of stainless steel (1.4571). It is suitable for media within a temperature range of -60 °C to 400 °C (-76 °F to 752 °F). At 20 °C (68 °F), it can handle a maximum pressure of 630 bar (9138 psi). The input and the output are at a 90° angle. According to the DIN 2353, it has an S (heavy) load class. It is made in accordance with the DIN EN ISO 8434-1 (DIN 2353). They have a 3-part design.

Cons:

  • Since it has a cutting ring connection, it can only be used once

FL2E-MC series

The FL2E-MC series are elbow fittings with male threads and then either a compression ring or a cutting ring connection point. They are at a 90 degree bend and made out of brass, steel, or stainless steel.