Acetal John Guest 3⁄8″diameter tube fitting
- Material: Acetal.
- Tubing diameter: 3⁄8″.
Acetal John Guest 3⁄8″diameter tube fitting. CCV0000020. This fitting is a replacement component for different types of reducer and coupler adapters made from plastic or soft metals such as brass. Push-fit technology means quick disconnection without the need for tools. Fittings are available in acetal, brass and stainless steel. Easy to install, reducing set up time. Suitable for plastic and soft metal tubing. Fitting is made up of three components: collar or clamp; plastic body with stainless steel teeth; one or two O-rings for sealing (consult bore dimensions).
This product does not have spare parts
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Reyvarsur: manufacturers since 1974. Over 40 years of experience combined with our extensive technical and technological know-how put us at the forefront of developing new projects and complete solutions to make life easier for our customers.
Flexibility is one of our main characteristics and the definition of our business area – Reyvarsur is passionate about providing solutions for the beverage dispensing industry.
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As well as keg couplers, Reyvarsur Dispensing has a wide range of products to complete your system: draught beer taps, tap handles, tap connectors, gas regulators, beer coils, drip trays and fonts, coolers, verification panels and equipment, other dispensing products and spares.
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