Join separate process lines with sanitary tri-clamp tee fitting.
Available in both 304 and 316L stainless steel alloys. This product is manufactured in accordance with 3A Standards for use in sanitary line processing including food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries.
|Part Number Cross Reference|
|Sanitary Fittings||Alfa Laval||Dixon||Sanitary Solutions||Sanitube||Steel & O'Brien||VNE||Wayland|
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1/2″ Clamp Tee 316L
3/4″ Clamp Tee 316L
1″ Clamp Tee 304L
1″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
1-1/2″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
1-1/2″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
2″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
2″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
2-1/2″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
2-1/2″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
3″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
3″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
4″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
4″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
6″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
6″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
8″ Tri-Clamp Tee 304L
8″ Tri-Clamp Tee 316L
I am looking at P/N 7MP-.50-316. Is the inner tube polished? I see in the drawing that a numeric designation for finished & unfinished is supposed to be part of the P/N but I'm failing to see it. I would prefer the ID & OD to be polished.
Q I am looking at P/N 7MP-.50-316. Is the inner tube polished? I see in the drawing that a numeric ...... Read moreA Hello. The 7MP-.50-316 comes with an internal/external polished surface with a Roughness Average (RA) of 32.
Hi, we are looking to source a 2'5" Triclamp T, and then reduce it to a 1/2" NPT fitting. Looks like the 7MP-2.5-316 with a couple of adaptors would work. This is for an analyzer application, and the end user requires CRN certification on the fittings for use in Canada. Can you please advise if you have CRN certification on your fittings?
Q Hi, we are looking to source a 2'5" Triclamp T, and then reduce it to a 1/2" NPT fitting. Looks l...... Read moreA Hello, yes you can go from 7MP to a 1/2" NPT with a couple of our fittings. Let us know if you need any help with this. Regarding the CRN, yes, our parts do have CRN numbers associated with them. The CRN varies by Canadian providence; we just need to know which one you require.