Q-Line Gaskets

Q-Line fittings are very similar to Tri-Clamp fittings, but are heavier duty and not as widely used. One key difference between the two styles of fittings is that Q-Line fittings have a slightly larger width for their flange faces than Tri-Clamp fittings. Q-Line fittings use the same type of clamp as our standard I-Line fittings. The wider I-Line fittings are a suitable size to accommodate the same size Q-Line fittings. Read more on our blog.


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