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static Adaptor

The Static Adaptor is used to join threaded ports to a flange style connection. They are often used to join the NPT port of a static transmitter with a flange mounted connection on a Differential Pressure to Static Adaptor Plate. Bolts and gaskets are included.

Static Adaptor, 1/2? Female NPT, Steel (SAC-1)
Static Adaptor, 1/2? Female NPT, Stainless Steel (SAS-1)
Static Adaptor, 1/2? Male NPT, Steel (SAC-2)
Static Adaptor, 1/2? Male NPT, Stainless Steel (SAS-2)


Material: Zinc-Nickel plated Steel, 316 Stainless Steel
Connections: 1/2″ NPT Male-flange, 1/2″ NPT Female-flange
Other configurations available

All 316SS products meet the requirements of NACE MR0175/ISO 15156-3.

static Adaptor

Noshok SAC-1 Static Adaptor, 1/2” steel Female NPT

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