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Tube Fitting 1/4" Barbed to Male 1/4" NPT
$6.25
Introduction:

1/4" barbed to male tube fitting fits with a 1/4" female inside thread tube fitting to allow a flexible hose to attach to water or air tools.

Description:

This 1/4 inch Barbed to Male 1/4 inch NPT Tube Fitting is ideal for connecting flexible hoses to plugs, air tools, water pumps, or other air operated machinery. Tube fittings are generally used for connecting, branching, and changing the direction of tubing in pneumatic and hydraulic systems.

  • 1/4" barbed end for connecting to a hose and a 1/4" male National Pipe Taper (NPT) end for connecting to a plug or tool
  • Air line fitting for connecting flexible hoses to air tools or water pumps

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