Weldless Bulkhead | Compression Fitting 1.5 in. T.C.

Weldless Bulkhead | Compression Fitting 1.5 in. T.C.

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Add a 1.5" TC flange to virtually any vessel!
  • Weldless design
  • Ideal for FTSs and Brew Bucket flat lid pressurized transfers
  • Use with the Pressurized Transfer Fitting FE26 (as shown in pictures)
  • 304 Stainless Construction
  • High heat compatible silicone O-ring
  • Requires TC Clamp and Gasket
  • 42 mm carbide hole saw recommended for installation

Please note this product only includes the three pieces displayed in the first photo.

Item # H578
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.21 LBS
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Only game in town.
Ross Winner on Apr 17, 2021
Only game in town.
Ross Winner on Apr 17, 2021
i need this
michael r on Apr 8, 2020
i need this
michael r on Apr 8, 2020

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Rated 5 out of 5
Option for Speidel Tank Lids
I use this as a replacement for the orange airlock shipped with the Speidel tanks. It gives me lots of options for closure or other accessories, like the inert gas system.
December 10, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
A very effective way to add a 1.5" TC to a flat surface
This product does exactly what it looks like, and is well manufactured, but I have three caveats: 1) This thing has such a big radius that you'll need to mount it to a basically flat surface; 2) I pounded a curved portion of my kettle flat by hand, but even then I needed a beefier silicone gasket to get a good seal, so again, see (1); 3) most step bits aren't big enough to make the hole, so you'll need either a circular bit, or a Dremel and a skilled hand

But it does work brilliantly, and you can fit elements through it no problem, so if the above notes don't bother you, rock and roll
August 20, 2020