13 Years Factory wholesale CFB Female Barb for Benin Factories

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Feature Brass Connector are made of brass bar or forging brass, consist of a wide variety of components. Suit for low and medium pressure pipe line connections. The fluid can be water, refrigeration, instrumentation, hydraulic systems, grease, fuels, LP and natural gas. Specification  Fluid Admitted Water, Refrigeration, Instrumentation, Hydraulic Systems, Grease, Fuels, LP, Natural Gas  Max Working Pressure 8MPa | 1200psi  Working  Temperature -53°C—121°C | -65°F—250°F  Body Natural...


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Feature

Brass Connector are made of brass bar or forging brass, consist of a wide variety of components.

Suit for low and medium pressure pipe line connections. The fluid can be water, refrigeration, instrumentation, hydraulic systems, grease, fuels, LP and natural gas.

Specification

 Fluid Admitted Water, Refrigeration, Instrumentation, Hydraulic Systems, Grease, Fuels, LP, Natural Gas
 Max Working Pressure 8MPa | 1200psi
 Working  Temperature -53°C—121°C | -65°F—250°F
 Body Natural Brass & Nickel Plated Brass
 Applicable Pipe Brass, Bronze, Copper, Steel, Aluminum, Iron Pipe
Thread Standard and Type

PT, R, BSPT – 55° Taper Pipe Thread

R1/8

R1/4

R3/8 R1/2 R1/2 R1/2

BSPP, G – 55° Parallel Pipe Thread

G1/8

G1/4

G3/8

G1/2

G3/4

G1

UNF

NPT – 60°American Standard Taper Pipe Thread

 

10-32 UNF

1/8 NPT

1/4 NPT

3/8 NPT

1/2 NPT

3/4 NPT

1 NPT

Metric Thread

M5 x 0.8

M6 x 1

M8 x 1

M8 x 1.25

M10 x 1

M10 x 1.25

M12 x 1.25

M12 x 1.5

M14 x 1.5

M16 x 1.5

M20 x 1.5

Part No.

Tubing I.D(mm)

Thread (PT, PP, NPT)

CFB 05-01

5mm

R1/8

CFB 05-02

5mm

R1/4

CFB 06-01

6mm

R1/8

CFB 06-02

6mm

R1/4

CFB 07-01

7mm

R1/8

CFB 07-02

7mm

R1/4

CFB 08-01

8mm

R1/8

CFB 08-02

8mm

R1/4

CFB 09-01

9mm

R1/8

CFB 09-02

9mm

R1/4

CFB 09-03

9mm

R3/8

CFB 10-01

10mm

R1/8

CFB 10-02

10mm

R1/4

CFB 10-03

10mm

R3/8

CFB 10-04

10mm

R1/2

CFB 12-02

12mm

R1/4

CFB 12-03

12mm

R3/8

CFB 12-04

12mm

R1/2

CFB 13-02

13mm

R1/4

CFB 13-03

13mm

R3/8

CFB 13-04

13mm

R1/2

CFB 14-02

14mm

R1/4

CFB 14-03

14mm

R3/8

CFB 14-04

14mm

R1/2

CFB 16-03

16mm

R3/8

CFB 16-04

16mm

R1/2

CFB 17-03

17mm

R3/8

CFB 17-04

17mm

R1/2


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  • * Read for info on review & installation experience *
    * A review primarily on the heating functionality *

    http://www.ecomfort.com/Mitsubishi-M3H36W06091800-B/p57000.html

    Bought this system after hottt summer. Was in my opinion the best & maybe the only way to get this kind of heating/cooling in an older & inefficient home at a more reasonable price with the option to do it myself

    For reference:
    * Tried lowes, they gave me mixed info about how to get a appt. so gave up
    * Costco required a membership – I didn’t have
    * Home depot did come & gave me a lengthy presentation on why they are the best – then quoted me about ~11k for a Mitsubishi split system
    * co. from Culver City quoted me about 10k for a ducted unit with a gas heater on the roof which seems like a pretty good price

    — My total installation cost, with me doing all the setup work, was about $6K which includes all of the components like line-hide & electrical components as well as the installer to do the lineset testing, fixing the single bad flare, vacuuming & releasing coolant.

    Quick Install Components
    - 1xMSZ-GE18NA, 1xMSZ-GE09NA, 1xMSZ-GE06NA handlers w/ MXZ-4C36NA condenser. wanted the ability to add a head later
    - 60′ kamco eq roll line sets, note:18k air handler requires 1/2″ while 6&9 require 3/8″
    - honeywell 14/4 wire
    - Mitsubishi line-hide
    - telescoping wall sleeves

    Quick Install
    * 30 amp dual pole breaker over 10/2 romex
    * liquid tight 1/2″ conduit for wip & disconnect & electrical connections
    * mark locations for air handlers inside first, take into account studs/electrical&make adjustments
    * masonry screws w/ anchors to attach line-hide runs to external wall to support line sets
    * drilled 5 3″ holes using tungsten carbine coring bit, fyi did not use hammer drill. remember to drill holes lower on the outside to promote drainage
    * installed telescoping wall sleeves
    * ran line sets & 14/4 wire to each installation points
    * used 1/2″ duct taped pvc for drain directly below units
    * for under house install, attached lineset to joists w/ plastic pipe hangers
    * flexible sharkbite & adapters to drain away from house
    * cut two holes in plaster to drill to subfloor & attach line sets to air handler connections
    * wired up all units & snap to wall mounts. don’t forget to buy strain relief nuts & attach to air handlers
    * prepping outside for condenser: cleared area away from bedroom walls&central to both bedroom units, 8 paver blocks & 18×38″ pad
    * install with 2 people, but in my case used PVC rails to drag condens. to location & screw to pad
    * make all connections as shown, do not power on until leak test is complete
    * added up all of the cost of installation equipment including vacuum pump, renting nitrogen as well as micron & pressure gauges, it was cheaper to hire someone to test & power on
    * found one leak as mentioned at the bad flare at the 18k unit. installer decided to sweat this connection & remove flare
    - took me about 3 weeks total time from start to the dry paint on the wall. cost was ~6k

    Installation, what I would have done differently:
    – Installation location requires a clear space for heating, particularly right below the unit. Reminder the column of air that is pushed out of the unit is surrounded by cold air, so if you are on the edge of where the system is pointing, you will get cold air blown on you. Imagine this is only an issue in heating modes.
    - Wrapping linesets when pulling through the floor, insulation tears easily
    - Possibly got my own flaring tool, flare on the kamco lineset for the 18k unit was visibly flawed
    - Purchased torque wrench, all connections were found to be not tight enough at install time

    Review will show:
    Single Unit
    - Startup, noise, time to temperature
    vane angle adjustment, manual left to right
    filters
    - Down time

    MultiUnit
    - Dead time during coolant sharing
    - Flowing sound in off unit

    Rating – 3.5 stars
    Pros
    - System seems well built & looks reasonable on my wall, could be a bit thinner
    - Air filters
    - Independent room control w/ separate remotes
    - Works very well if you give it time to slowly get the environment up to temperature
    - Quiet
    - Remote controls very sensitive

    Cons:
    – Flowing sound while unit is off
    – Down time noises
    – More advanced timer schedule control & even better would be smartphone control, instead of 3 remotes ***EDIT from ecomfort comment – new product available to solve this (http://www.ecomfort.com/Mitsubishi-PAC-WHS01WF-E/p58629.html)***
    – No way to turn air circulation off while unit is on but not heating, intake on top of the unit does create a convection current with can lead to a cooling feeling as air flows constantly
    – Unit popping & snapping during heating up
    – Room layout requirements for heating may require an open lane for the air to flow down/forward
    – Dry air
    Very happy with eComfort and the assistance they provided. Would recommend.

    Timely delivery, strict implementation of the contract provisions of the goods, encountered special circumstances, but also actively cooperate, a trustworthy company!
    5 Stars By Dominic from Canberra - 2016.10.25 15:53
    The company comply with the contract strict, a very reputable manufacturers, worthy a long-term cooperation.
    5 Stars By Odelette from Anguilla - 2016.03.28 16:34

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