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Ball Valve 5/16in (8MM) Union for WFP

Quick Overview

  • Quick and Reliable: Fast, secure connections for 5/16" (8mm) tubing with no special tools required.
  • Stainless Collect Design: Holds the tube firmly without restricting flow, ensuring a durable and secure fit
  • Versatile Use: Ideal for water fed pole hoses and garden irrigation tubes, operating in temperatures up to 140F (60C).

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Item #: 150-1109  UPC : 00669893060425  MPN : 8MM Ball Valve



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Ball Valve 5/16in (8MM) Union for WFP

The Ball Valve Quick Connect 5/16" (8mm) is designed for quick and reliable connections in various applications, offering a convenient solution for your tubing needs. With its easy-to-use elliptical sleeve configuration, this quick connect allows for fast and secure tubing connections without the need for special tools.

Key Features:

  • Quick and Reliable Connections: Provides fast, secure connections for various tubing applications.
  • Convenient Design: Features an elliptical sleeve configuration for easy and quick connections.
  • Tool-Free Installation: No special tools required for connecting or disconnecting the tubing.
  • Stainless Collect Design: Ensures a secure connection, holding the tube firmly without restricting flow.
  • Operating Temperature Range: Suitable for temperatures up to 140F (60C).
  • Compatible Materials: Fits PU/Nylon Polyurethane tubing.


  • Ideal for water fed pole hoses
  • Suitable for 5/16" (8mm) garden irrigation tube connections

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