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Compression Fitting OK ½"

OK - fittings with a compression joint for plain-ended pipe on both sides.
AGA fittings are used for sealing and repairs of damaged water installations, extending watter installations and building new ones with maximum operating pressure of 16 bar.
AGA fittings are used for connecting steel, PE and other pipes.

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94.11   kr /st

76.52 kr exkl. moms.

Diameter15 mm
MaterialCast Iron
AppliceringstemperaturUp to 80°C
Tryck1.6 MPa
AnsökanSealing and repairs of damaged water installations, extending watter installations and building new ones with maximum operating pressure of 16 bar

AGA-Fittings type OK

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weight  KGFor steel pipe, according to PN-EN 10255 with an external diameter. . (mm)For PE pipe, according to PN-EN 12201 with an external diameter(mm)Theoretical maximum working range for the pipe with a diameter of(mm)
103/8"Fitting OK 3/8"
 
100300380.2516.7 - 17.516.0 - 16.315.8 - 17.7
15½"FittingOK ½"100300010.2921.0 - 21.820.0 - 20.519.3 - 22.0
20¾"Fitting OK ¾"100300020.426.5 - 27.325.0 - 25.524.3 - 27.5
251"Fitting OK 1"
 
100300030.533.3 - 34.232.0 - 32.531.2 - 34.4
321¼"Fitting OK 1¼"
 
100300040.842.0 - 42.940.0 - 40.539.3 - 43.1
401½"Fitting OK 1½"
 
100300050.6247.9 - 48.850.0 - 50.547.7 - 51.7
4545 mmFitting OK 45 mm100300450.6544.0 - 45.0-43.2 - 45.1
502"FittingOK 2"100300061.5559.7 - 60.863.0 - 63.659.5 - 63.8
5757 mmFitting OK 57 mm
 
100300571.6156.4 - 57.6-54.9 - 57.3

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Compression Fitting OK ½"

Compression Fitting OK ½"

OK - fittings with a compression joint for plain-ended pipe on both sides.
AGA fittings are used for sealing and repairs of damaged water installations, extending watter installations and building new ones with maximum operating pressure of 16 bar.
AGA fittings are used for connecting steel, PE and other pipes.

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