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Fire Hose Adapter,2",NPT,2-1/2",NH
Item Description Fire Hose Adapter, Hex, Fitting Shape Straight, Rigid,
Compatible Pipe Size 2 in, Hose Fitting A Gender Male, Hose Fitting B Gender
Male, Hose Fitting A Size 2 in, Hose Fitting B Size 2 1/2 in, Hose Fitting A
Connection Type NPT, Hose Fitting B Connection Type NH, Fitting Material Brass
Brass rigid fire hose and hydrant adapters provide good strength, ductility,
and corrosion resistance. They are more heat-resistant than aluminum rigid fire
hose and hydrant adapters. These fittings will not rotate as a hose is moved,
making them less likely to loosen or break than swivel adapters.Fire hose and
hydrant adapters are fittings that securely connect fire hoses to nozzles,
hydrants, fire trucks, and other water sources. They are commonly used to help
firefighters be prepared and save time in emergency-response and firefighting
applications. They are also used with permanent hose installations, such as
maintenance applications in industrial plants and municipal garages.
MOON AMERICAN 358-2062521
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These items are intended to be used in North America. Power adapters and other
modifications may be necessary for proper operation in other countries.
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Customer is responsible for payment of all applicable state and local taxes.
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subsection 6 of this Section III shall apply.
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