RapidAir M8010 Maxline Air Hose Tee Fitting, 1/2 Inch
0.5" Tube I.D.
RapidAir Maxline industrial compressed air piping systems are fast and easy to install. They feature leakproof, corrosion resistant fittings that are built to last. These air hose connectors work great for your workshop with applications from automotive to woodworking. No special tools required, simply push the flexible tubing into the fittings and put up your system in an afternoon.
- Use to create outlet drops or splice in straight tubing
- Nickel plated brass for long lasting reliability
- Double o-ring design to insure no air leakage
- No expensive tools required
- Operating pressure: 175psi at 70° F / 140psi at 140° F
- Meets OSHA guidelines
- Temperature range: -40° F to 140° F
- Compatible with common compressor oils
- Included in our Maxline Air Hose Outlet Kits
Maxline Brochure (PDF)
NotesSafety tips when working with pressurized air systems:
- Regulate system pressure to a maximum of 175psi
- Slowly turn off compressor when not in use
- Check local building codes before installation
- Always wear eye protection when using compressed air
Note: Pipe Sealant - Use a brushable pipe sealant for all pipe thread connections. This provides lubrication and prevents the threads from galling in the aluminum blocks. DO NOT use Teflon tape.
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