2" x 1.5" x 1/4" MNPT Tri Clamp Reducer, SS304

$18.74

Tri Clamp concentric reducers decrease in diameter towards the center this forming a conical cylinder. A concentric reducer is often used inline on a vertical flow application, or if laid horizontally, as an increaser. We do not recommend reducing in the horizontal as pooling may occur. In these cases, an eccentric reducer, which lays flat on one side is preferable. Concentric reducers have a lower chance of producing agitation like an end cap reducer may, NPT/NPS pipe size interior diamter (ID). 


DETERMINING TRI CLAMP SIZE

Tri Clamp sizes are determined by the outer diameter of the pipe or tubing, not the outer diameter of the flange or Tri Clamp itself. The flange of a Tri Clamp fitting typically has about a ½” inch greater diameter than the outside diameter of the pipe. This can become especially confusing when the Tri Clamp fitting has no pipe attached to it, as is the case with adapters, For instance, a 1.5" Tri Clamp to 1/2" hose barb adapter is not 1.5" inches in any dimension, but the Tri Clamp end will fit any other 1.5" Tri Clamp fitting. 

If you have any doubts about what size Tri Clamp fittings your project needs, simply measure the outside diameter of the flange (dimension "B" below) and consult the chart below, or feel free to contact us .

 

 

Pipe Outer Diameter
A

Flange Outer Diameter
B

Pipe Inner Diameter
C

Tri Clamp Dimension Diagram

1"

1.98"

.87"

1.5"

1.98"

1.37"

2"

2.52"

1.87"

2.5"

3.05"

2.37"

3"

3.58"

2.87"

4"

4.68"

3.83"

6"

6.57"

5.78"

8"

8.57"

7.78"

10"

10.57"

9.69"

12"

12.57"

11.81"