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Gardiner Quick Connector Pushend to 1/2in Barb

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  • 1/2in (13mm) hose barb to male hoselock-type fitting
  • Robust nickel plated brass construction
  • 100% new and high quality material.
  • Smooth surface and inner wall, durable Light and Small.

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Item #: 152-106  UPC : 00669893023123  MPN : QRM-PLUG-12-BARB



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Robust nickel plated brass construction
1/2in (13mm) barb for supply hose

  • 100% new and high quality material.
  • Can be connected with 1/2" Hose ID
  • The joint of openings is a thick circular shape that form bulkhead tank function. 
  • Bulkhead union coupling for connecting two hoses with the same diameter in a straight run.
  • Smooth surface and inner wall, durable Light and Small. 
  • Exquisite craftsman makes it safe and reliable.
  • Wide range of use: Suitable for applications in pharmaceutical, food and beverage, laboratory, chemical processing and handing and printing and labeling.

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