The Tri-Clamp x Male NPT Adapter, which provides a secure, rust-resistant solution for simple conversions and hose adaptions.
One of our most widely used stainless steel tube fittings, this product remains a consistent choice among both amateurs and professionals due to its reliability and secure hold.
All Tri-Clamp x Male NPT Adapters are composed of long-lasting stainless steel and are available in two alloys: 304 and 316L.
The adapter features an Outside Diameter (OD) measurement from ½” up to 4”. The male NPT threaded connection varies in size from as small as ¼” up to 1”, meeting an array of needs because of its broad number of uses.
With this number of combinations, the Tri-Clamp x Male NPT Adapter can serve many bath and sanitary fitting functions and is safe for use in industries such as dairy, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals. All Tri-Clamp x Male NPT Adapters are 21MP and use the industry standard tri-clamp for strong, leak-free connections.
Please see the conversion chart listing the Sanitary Size, Outside Diameter of Flange End, Inside Diameter of Tube, and Outside Diameter of Tube, providing accurate measurements and ensuring that the Tri-Clamp x Male NPT Adapter will provide a superb fit. With over 20 combinations in varying sizes, the Tri-Clamp x Male NPT Adapter is the adapter of choice in most circumstances and has part compatibility with Bradford, Alfa Laval, Dixon, and more.
Male NPT x Clamp Adapters Part Numbers & Dimensions
|Part Number Cross Reference|
|Sanitary Fittings||Bradford||Alfa Laval||Waukesha Cherry||VNE||Top Line||Andron®|
|Tri-Clamp x NPT Size||Part Number||Dimensions|
|1/2″ x 1/4″||N/A||AAV00520-316||1.625||0.782|
|1/2″ x 3/8″||N/A||AAV00530-316||1.625||0.782|
|1/2″ x 1/2″||N/A||21MP6-050||1.625||0.782|
|1/2″ x 3/4″||N/A||AAV00560||1.625||0.782|
|1/2″ x 1″||N/A||AAV00580||1.625||0.782|
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Questions and answers of the customers
- A NPS = National Pipe Straight NPT = National Pipe ThreadBoth NPT and NPS have the same thread angle, shape, and pitch (threads per inch). However, NPT threads are tapered and NPS threads are straight (parallel). Both threads have a 60° included angle and have flat peaks and valleys.Tapered Pipe Thread is commonly found on ends of pipe, nipples and fittings (i.e. couplings, elbows, tees, etc.). Note: Sharply angled threads are very critical to joint being tight with no leaks. Thread sealant or tape is typically required to complete the seal. Straight Pipe Threads need a gasket or O-ring to create a seal.While NPT and NPS threads will engage, they do not seal properly with each other.
- A Different size combinations are available however these items are not stocked and the typical lead time for these products is about 1 - 2 weeks. Please call us for special orders and we'll let you know what we can do for timing and pricing. Thanks!