ProTool Fitting 3/4in F GH To 1/2in FNPT Swivel
- Adapts 3/4" Female Hose Fitting to a 1/2" Female PipeThis simple adapter connects to any 1/2" male NPT fitting.
- One side is a 1/2" female NPT fitting while the other side is a female garden hose fitting that swivels
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Fitting 3/4in F GH To 1/2in FNPT Swivel
Adapts 3/4" Female Hose Fitting to a 1/2" Female PipeThis simple adapter connects to any 1/2" male NPT fitting. One side is a 1/2" female NPT fitting while the other side is a female garden hose fitting that swivels. Typically you would connect this to the "wort in" side of a plate chiller and allows a garden hose to be connected for cleaning purposes. Fitting.
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