45º Tri-Clamp Elbow (2KMP)

  • Tri-Clamp 45º Elbow
  • Available in 304 & 316L Stainless Steel
  • 3-A Sanitary Standards for Sanitary Fittings, Number 63-03
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Description

Securely connect separate sanitary line feeds with stainless steel 45º tri-clamp elbow

The 45 degree tri-clamp elbow is available in both 304 and 316L alloy, stainless steel. Clamp adapters such as the single pin heavy duty clamp with wing nut or bolted clamp along with a rubber gasket should be used to properly secure joining ends. This product is 3A certified for sanitary-grade line process equipment. Suitable for use in food, beverage and pharmaceutical applications.

Tri Clamp 45º Elbow Part Numbers & Dimensions

45 Degree Clamp Elbow Dimensions
Size (Tube OD) Part Number Dimensions
304L 316L A R
1/2" NA 2KMP6-050 0.966 1.125
3/4" NA 2KMP6-075 0.966 1.125
1" 2KMP4-100 2KMP6-100 1.125 1.500
1-1/2" 2KMP4-150 2KMP6-150 1.437 2.250
2" 2KMP4-200 2KMP6-200 1.750 3.000
2-1/2" 2KMP4-250 2KMP6-250 2.062 3.750
3" 2KMP4-300 2KMP6-300 2.375 4.500
4" 2KMP4-400 2KMP6-400 3.125 6.000
6" 2KMP4-600 2KMP6-600 4.625 9.000
8" 2KMP4-800 2KMP6-800 5.875 12.000
 

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Sanitary Fitting Dimensions
Sanitary Size OD of Flange End ID of Tube OD of Tube
1/2″ 0.992 0.370 0.500
3/4″ 0.992 0.620 0.750
1″ 1.984 0.870 1.000
1 1/2″ 1.984 1.370 1.500
2″ 2.516 1.870 2.000
2 1/2″ 3.047 2.370 2.500
3″ 3.579 2.870 3.000
4″ 4.682 3.834 4.000
6″ 6.562 5.782 6.000
8″ 8.602 7.782 8.000
10″ 10.570 9.782 10.000
12″ 12.570 11.760 12.000

Questions & Answers 1

Questions and answers of the customers

  1. Q I'm processing milk through these fittings. What type of alloy and gasket do you recommend?
    A For any media processing questions always consult our compound selection guide which can be found on our clamp gasket product page. In the case of milk, a non-corrosive liquid, you are free to select any of our choices available for gaskets. In this case the cheapest selection available will suit your needs just fine. The same logic holds true for stainless steel alloy selection. The 304 option is going to be cheaper than our 316L version and should be perfectly suitable for the processing of milk. Thanks for your question!

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