Slip Return Kit with Flare Nozzle (1/2″)



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1/2" Slip Return Kit with Flare Nozzle (assembled in poly bag with header card) A 1/2" Slip Return Kit with Flare Nozzle is a plumbing fitting used in fluid return applications. The kit includes a 1/2" Slip Return fitting with a flare nozzle, gaskets, and nuts for secure installation. The slip return fitting has a smooth, cylindrical section that fits into a drilled hole in a tank or container and a flared nozzle that allows for easy attachment of a hose or pipe. The gaskets provide a tight seal between the fitting and the tank, helping to prevent leaks. The nuts secure the fitting in place and ensure a tight connection. The flare nozzle design allows for a secure and leak-free connection between the return fitting and the hose or pipe. The nozzle also provides increased durability and resistance to cracking and other types of damage compared to other types of nozzles. It is important to choose the right material for the return kit, taking into account factors such as temperature, pressure, and exposure to chemicals. Common materials include PVC, polypropylene, and brass. Each material has its own unique characteristics, such as durability, resistance to chemicals, and temperature tolerance, so it's important to choose the one that best fits the specific application. Flexible Ball-Socket Joint Tubing Used to return water to desired location in the aquarium when connected to a bulkhead fitting. 3/4³ or 1/2³ flexible tubing, nozzles and valves can be connected in multiple ways and positions to create desired flow patterns. Flexible Ball-Socket Joint Tubing Unique ball & Socket design for hundreds of water flow applications    
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1 lbs
5 × 5 × 5 in


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