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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 is a one-piece CNC machined adapter 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.


  • 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.
  • NEW Design accepts RIPP type wavy elements, however, in many cases the tip of the element can contact the kettle wall or ferrule. 


  • 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.




Weight 3.00 lb
Our price: $59.00

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).
  • Author: Fritz Range
    I just got a 9.5 gal Stout Tank with an Electric fitting. Took one look at the one that came from Stout with the tank and It is open with no ground. I order this one and it is the super high quality I always get from Brewer's Hardware. I would not use an Electric Kettle without a ground and a GFI. This is top!
  • Author: Paul Nickodem
    Hey did they redesign this ? Its revered now. The large threaded portion used to be back where the gland nut is. Now its on the other side which will make it harder as you have to attach your ground and then screw the halves together. A lot of twisting on wires I think.
  • Author: Jeremy Reed
    I assume that these are the same as what is offered by OBK in Canada - but either way, what I say here stands.

    I tried to write my entire experience with the 3 that I own (2 from BH and 1 from OBK), and 4 that I've ordered(3 from BH and one from OBK), but I'm limited to 1000 words.... here is the point form:

    - unpredictable quality of machining and threads
    - inlets/outlets too small for 5500w ULWD element and wire needed to carry 25A
    - multiple changes in design over last year
    - overall look great, would be great if it was done right every time
    - be prepared to have to return it