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1.5" Tri Clover Compatible X 1" NPS Element Adapter

1.5" Tri Clover Compatible X 1" NPS Element Adapter

The only one of its kind on the market, this unique fitting is specifically made to adapt a 1" NPS heating element into a 1.5" Tri Clover Compatible fitting.  The fitting has a welded cover with a thread-on cap to cover the element connection. Includes a cord strain relief and internal grounding screw.  This is the ideal fitting for adding elements to kettles for electric-fired breweries.  Made of 304 SS.

Includes:

  • 1.5" Tri Clover Compatible X 1" NPS Adapter, welded into threaded cover
  • Cover Cap with strain relief (fts .51" - .75" cord)
  • Grounding Screw with nuts/washers
  • Does NOT include a heater element or any wiring.

Warnings!!!

  • All connections should be made be a qualified electrician.
  • There is no guarantee that this adapter will make your connections any safer.
  • We are not electricians or electrical engineers! Use this fitting entirely at your own risk.
  • Improperly wired electrical circuits can and will KILL you.
  • If you have the slightest uncertainties in using this fitting, please return it for a full refund including original shipping cost.
  • IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING, DO NOT USE THIS PART.

Back Order until 4/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details
SKU TC15EEA
Weight 3.00 lb
 
Our price: $69.00
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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Thomas Pearce
    This is perfect for electrifying kettles. Safe and dry. I just built a 10 gallon boil kettle for smaller batches with this. I will be adding this to my 15 and 20 gallon kettles as well. I will be able to switch one element between my large and small boil kettles - 2 elements for 3 kettles. Beats the heck out of building a box IMHO. Nice product!
  • Author: Joe
    A really nice piece and heavy duty. Most importantly, leak free.

    If you plan to use a ripple element with this, it probably won't fit. I see there is a 2" version now, that one might be a better option if you're trying to use a ripple element. I just switched to a straight foldback on mine (Camco 02933).

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