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Hygienic Tubes and Fittings

Section 9

Hygienic Tubes and Fittings
This Section contains specifications for tubes and fittings
made specifically for applications where cleanliness of the
internal surfaces of the pipes is paramount. Examples are the
food processing, dairy, brewing, and pharmaceutical
industries.

Subsection and Topics Page
Materials and Manufacturing 9-3
Tubes 9-4
Bends and Tees 9-5
Clamp Fittings 9-6
IDF Unions 9-8
RJT Unions 9-11
Additional Hygienic Fittings and Components 9-14

Specifications covered in this Section Page
BS 4825, 1991, Stainless steel tubes and fittings for the 9-3
food industry and other hygienic applications, Parts 1-5
Hygienic Tubes - BS 4825 : Part 1 (Tubes) 9-4
Hygienic Bends and Tees - BS 4825 : Part 2 (Bends/Tees) 9-5
Clamp Fittings - BS 4825 : Part 3 (Clamp Couplings) 9-6
IDF Unions - BS 4825 : Part 4 (Threaded Couplings) 9-8
RJT Unions - BS 4825 : Part 5 (Ring Joint Couplings) 9-11

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') commonly specified for hygienic tube. American. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Hygienic Tubes and Fittings . These are the manufacturing standards most ❍ %63DUW6SHFLILFDWLRQIRUWKUHDGHG .General Hygienic tubes and fittings are produced with internal surfaces which are smooth and do not have obstructions or crevices that could capture the product and subsequently cause contamination of the product. W\SH. although the ASTM specifications do not necessarily provide for this. Swedish and German specifications are also available. FRXSOLQJV see page 9-6). This section is based on British Standard BS 4825 : Parts 1 to 5 :1991. A 269 and A270 are the most commonly used manufacturing standards for hygienic tubes. which covers all the components parts of an hygienic tube system. ASTM A 249. Specifications Specifications applicable to hygienic tube and fittings are as follows: ❍ ASTM Tube Standards A 249 (see page 3-16). The tube is provided with the internal weld bead removed or flattened. A ❍ %6   3DUW   6SHFLILFDWLRQ IRU FODPS W\SH 269 (see page 3-22) and A 270 (see page 3-30).

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3 ✔ ✔ ✔ 219.88 ✔ ✔ 19.3 ✔ ✔ ✔ 139. Summary of tube sizes and available fittings to BS 4825 Parts 1 to 5 Long Short Long Short Clamp IDF RJT Expanded Reducers Type Bend Bend Tee Tee Fittings Unions Unions Fittings1 12.5 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 76.4 Notes 1 Expanded type clamp fitting and union parts are available at these sizes.2 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 101.1 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 50. SMS 1145 and SMS Aseptic.7 ✔ ✔ ✔ 168. FRPPHUFLDOO\DYDLODEOH ❍ US 3A. and 25 to 100 mm metric (inside PDQXIDFWXUHG WR WKLV VSHFLILFDWLRQ LV QRW diameter). . These are ❍ %6   3DUW   6SHFLILFDWLRQ IRU EHQGV DQG additional American and Swedish specifications WHHV (see page 9-5). 7XEH outside diameter.9 355.6 406.4 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 38. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.com .05 ✔ ✔ To be agreed with purchaser 25.1 ✔ ✔ ✔ 273.6 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 114. Other sizes are available although not specified in BS 4825 : Parts 1 to 5 9-2 Aalco Tel.7 ✔ ✔ 15.8 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 63. covering unions for hygienic applications.0 323.

All fittings have the same finish tees are to be clean and free from surface defects requirements as specified for tube. Equivalent grades as specified in applicable ASTM tube standards are also included. See page 10-12 for further information on surface finishes. pressure and chemical conditions specified in BS 4825 : Parts 1 and 2 for hygienic within the system and must not shall not tubes. 2. or give rise to unpleasant taste or odour. The material grades temperature.0 µm is specified for the internal surface and of tube. bends and ❍ Fittings. constitute a toxic hazard. the wrapping or on the bundle. surfaces. bend and tees are given in the table. If must additionally meet specified hardness synthetic rubber seals are used. This marking includes the manufacturer’s name and the specification number under which the tube has been manufactured.07 Seamless 316S33 317 S31700 0. The measure of the surface quality used in BS 4825 is the Roughness Average. bend and tees are given above. part or liner. descaling.5 µm for external surface. and occlusions. This is an arithmetic average of the absolute values of measured profile height deviations taken within a sampling length. A maximum Ra of Types of finishing include bright annealing of 1. expressed in µm. Aalco Tel. clamp and union parts (clamps.07 Seamless 316S11 316L S31603 0. ❍ Tubes. liners. Seal materials must be suitable for the and IDF/RJT Unions. Stainless steel grades Equivalent Grade in ASTM Carbon BS Grade Standards Content. polishing. No material that might prove ❍ Clamp Couplings and Unions.03 Seamless 316S13 317L S31703 0. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.0 µm is required for all contact and sealing remain on the surface. Surface Finishes The type of surface finish for both internal and external surfaces should be specified by the purchaser. Bends and Tees.07 Seamless 304S22 304L S30403 0.com 9-3 . Marking All tubes are either be marked on the tube or on a securely attached label on the tube. male parts BS 4825 seal materials in contact with potable and nuts). abrasive cleaning. Ra.03 Welded 304S25 304 S30400 0. Steels used for expanded type parts water must comply with BS 6920 : Part 1.07 Welded ❍ Stainless Steels used for Clamp Couplings ❍ Seals.03 Seamless 304S31 304 S30400 0. or support bacterial Comparable grades are also recommended for growth. All tubes. An Ra value of harmful during subsequent use or fabrication shall 1. . the material grade and the cast or batch reference to identify the source of the material.03 Seamless 316S31 316 S31600 0.General Materials The material grades specified in BS 4825 : Parts 1 and 2 for hygienic tubes.03 Welded 316S26 316 S31600 0. max Description of Tube Grade UNS % 304S11 304L S30403 0. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Hygienic Tubes and Fittings .06 Welded 316S22 316L S31603 0. It also shows the outside diameter and thickness. the material must requirements because the method of assembly have a hardness of 75 to 85 IRHD in accordance requires that the tube be expanded on to the male with BS 903 : Part A26.

5 (or ±0.75 ±10 273. OD and wall thickness.1 mm) ±10 76. ❍ Material Grade. If required.4 3. ❍ Length Tolerances.7 1.6 ±0.6 ±0.6 (or 1.75 ±10 139.6 ±0.88 1. If continuous marking is required. -0 mm.21) ±0.2 ±0.2 ±0.21) ±0.5 (or ±0. Random or specified. See page 9-3. Welded (bead rolled or ❍ Surface Finish. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.75 ±10 406. Dimensions and Tolerances Hygienic tube dimensions and tolerances .9 2. ❍ Material Cast or Batch Number.6 ±0. Alternatively tubes may be seamless and cold finished. ❍ Tube Lengths. tolerance = +3 mm. Random or specified ❍ Surface Finish.5 (or ±0.75 ±10 Note 1 The 1. Marking Tube marking should include: ❍ Manufacture’s Reference. page 3-1). ❍ Tube Dimensions.6 ±0.1 mm) ±10 38.BS 4825 : Part 1 Hygienic tube is commonly supplied to the ASTM standards listed on page 9-2.7 2.05 1.5 (or ±0.75 ±10 168. BS 4825 : Part 1 requirements follow. ❍ Nominal Working Pressure and Temperature.21) ±0. <6 m. removed).2 1.6 (or 1.0 ±0.6 (or 1.75 ±10 355.0 ±0.8 1.6 2.5 (or ±0. ❍ OD and Wall Thickness.5 (or ±0.5 1. Section 3.0 ±0.6 ±0.1 mm) ±10 114.2 mm wall thickness is for use with expanded fittings.1 mm) ±10 19.BS 4825 : Part 1 OD Tolerance Wall Thickness Tolerance mm mm % % 12.6 ±0.1 2. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Hygienic Tubes .0 2. See page 9-3. or seamless tube. ❍ Marking.5 (or ±0.1 1. Ordering The purchaser should specify the following: ❍ Grade of Stainless Steel. A 270 or A 269 (see If above 20 bar and/or 150 °C.5 (or ±0. ❍ Specification.3 2.4 1.com .1 mm) ±10 101. ASTM A 249.3 2.2 ±0.1 mm) ±10 63. requirements. 9-4 Aalco Tel. ❍ BS or ASTM Number and Date. >6 m. ❍ Manufacture’s Certificate. See page 9-3 for BS 4825 lengths may be requested. Welded tube is made by a continuous welded method and either has the weld bead reduced (bead rolled) or removed. -0 mm.1 mm) ±10 50. Additional requirements may be For specified lengths: specified by the purchaser.75 ±10 323. tolerance = +6 mm.2 ±0.6 2.5 (or ±0. ❍ Method of Manufacture.1 mm) ±10 25.1 mm) ±10 15.75 ±10 219.

21) 0.6 139.2 0.3 .com 9-5 .4 19.0 0.6 1.0 0.4 114.5 1.6 mm.6 135 35 1. tolerance = +1.6 0.6 (or 1.6 110 30 1.6 85 25 1. -0 mm.2 133.0 0. 45 25 1. .2 219.21) 0.05 .8 168. See page 9-3 for BS 4825 For OD <101. 55 25 1.4 43. .5 25 1.6 mm. while the Long type has a straight leg added at both ends. ❍ Surface Finish. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Hygienic Bends and Tees .8 Note 1 The 1.3 .4 2.0 101.8 1. . 210 38 2.1 63. . 250 38 2.2 0.7 . .4 0. Additional requirements may be For OD >101. -0 mm. Aalco Tel. For bends.5 25 1. the Short type and Long type. tolerance = +0. the Short type simply comprises a 90° bend.5 1.2 0.0 76. . requirements. .21) 0.9 1.5 38 2.BS 4825 : Part 2 OD Short Type Long Type Max Deviation mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 12.5 35 1.1 . 370 38 2.2 0.2 15. . but they are now widely used in all-welded installations.4 25.6 1.3 0. . 295 38 2. . . .6 65 25 1.7 . .8 88.2 0.6 50. The straight leg of long type bends and tees was originally added to enable expanded type clamp and union parts to be fitted.25 0.1 2.0 mm.6 (or 1.5 113.0 195 38 2.6 173.5 30 1.6 155 38 1. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.5 38.2 mm wall thickness is for use with expanded fittings.5 38 1.6 0.7 1. Tees have equivalent dimensions making them interchangeable. 60 25 1. ❍ Length Tolerances.8 63. .1 0.BS 4825 : Part 2 There are two basic types of bends and tees available. $OLJQPHQW7ROHUDQFHV %HQGUDGLXV 2'DSSUR[ Bend and tee dimensions and tolerances .88 .6 (or 1.5 mm. specified by the purchaser.

It is used where corrosion and contamination are particular hazards. The joint is made by positioning the welding ferrules together. depending on the clamp design.com . and then clamping the ferrules together. as in the pharmaceutical industry. a seal ring and a clamp. Assembly 7\SLFDO &ODPS 9-6 Aalco Tel. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Clamp Fittings . requires no tools for assembly or dismantling for cleaning. with a seal inserted between the faces. Clamp fittings comprise two welding ferrules. The clamp is not in contact with the contents of the pipe and may be made of any suitable material.BS 4825 : Part 3 Clamp fittings provide a crevice free joint and. The ends of the tubes and/or fittings to be joined have a welding ferrule fitted by welding (or expansion on to expanded type parts if used). 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.

BS 4825 : Part 3 Welding Ferrule . Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Clamp Fittings . %ODQN)HUUXOH &DS.

5 60.0 219.1 213.85 139.9 146.0 119.0 2.2 56.5 2.5 21.9 38. the first for use when a joint is to be frequently disconnected and the second for use in less frequently disconnected joints.5 43.65 50.9 220.1 214.5 50.5 50.85 76.1 34.0 83.5 60.2 25.0 146.0 28.5 91.0 5.5 21.0 5.6 51. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.55 155.2 73.0 28.5 70.05 64.0 28.35 183.2 83.8 43.3 163.1 225.com 9-7 .75 77.6 97.8 47.0 122.1 35.8 48. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.5 2.2 73.6 101. The dimensions of both types are given below .0 155.0 130.55 233.5 122. mm mm mm mm 25.35 50.5 225.95 130.85 50.45 91.5 2.3 174.5 Aalco Tel.5 70.0 76.5 76.0 183.5 43.5 21.0 21.3 110.0 114.7 135.8 110.0 233.1 169.5 2.0 174.5 64.85 119.5 2.0 5.85 101.5 2.5 21.0 101.3 63.5 77.3 114.7 135.0 168.4 22.0 56.85 114.3 163.6 97.85 63.0 28.0 110.85 38.60 168.5 38.0 139.60 Seals Two types of seal are defined in BS 4825.60 219.7 140.5 43.3 110.5 50.4 22.0 63.5 21.

a liner. 9-8 Aalco Tel.BS 4825 : Part 4 The International Dairy Federation. BS 4825 : Part 3 requirements for IDF union parts follow. screwed on to the male part and tightened against the liner to compress the seal. Assembly The illustration above shows the assembly of an IDF union with welded parts. but necessitating the use of a special spanner. The joint is made by positioning the male part and the liner together. a seal ring and a hexagonal or round nut.6 MPa. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals. The ends of the tubes and/or fittings to be joined have a male part and liner fitted by welding (or expansion on to expanded type parts if used). Hygienic Tubes and Fittings IDF Unions . IDF. coupling provides a crevice free joint originally designed for applications where frequent dismantling for cleaning would not be necessary. IDF type couplings comprise a male part. with a seal inserted between. making them tamper proof. True IDF round nuts have no slots on available.com . The nut is then slipped over the liner. Options: ❍ Expanded IDF expanded type union parts are ❍ Round nuts. Additional IDF components are also available (see pages 9-15 to 9-16). They may be operated at pressures up to 1. their circumference.

8 51.2 Aalco Tel.05 60.0 76.05 47.0 16.5 4.5 13. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.35 34.0 38.2 Welding Liner mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.7 21.2 21. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings IDF Unions .9 38.6 97.0 50.2 29.6 111.2 25.6 101.2 73.3 69.9 42.0 3.5 82.6 21.0 50.4 25.0 101.5 3.9 21.0 76.5 60.35 47.com 9-9 .5 4.2 21.7 21.5 56.6 51.5 3.85 120.0 63.85 97.75 60.9 21.8 29. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.0 69.5 13.0 3.5 63.6 21.1 38.2 76.0 3.65 33.0 4.0 76.6 111.0 42.75 74.45 73.8 47.3 63.BS 4825 : Part 4 Welding Male Part (Threaded) Note .5 13.1 34.1 30.2 21.0 63.5 4.5 4.6 101.2 21. An ACME form thread is used.5 3.1 30.45 87.65 22.0 38.75 3.0 3.6 56.0 3.4 22.5 13.0 3.5 4.5 13.0 82.5 3.5 3.0 101.

7 74.0 101. An ACME form thread is used.00 35 20 4.0 76.5 7.6 111.0 122.5 34.5 70.1 35.0 38.6 6.0 9.6 98.9 42.5 47.3 69.0 3.2 83.1 43.3 88.5 61.0 6.0 6.88 30 16 3.2 32.40 30 16 3.0 6. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings IDF Unions .0 61.5 60 50.BS 4825 : Part 4 Hexagonal Nut Notes .0 63.5 7.0 3.6 86.5 7.0 7.0 50.5 105 101.0 3. A round nut may be specified.2 29.6 112.0 9-10 Aalco Tel.0 119. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.7 133 Seals .0 82.com .0 3.0 6.8 57.8 48.5 90 76. .34 30 16 3.86 30 16 3.5 75 63.7 46.0 3.0 6.37 30 16 3.9 73.2 59. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.5 46 38.4 30.2 74.4 23.6 56.0 5.2 7. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.

screwed on to the male part and tightened against the liner to compress the seal. Additional RJT components are also available (see pages 9-16 to 9-17). Aalco Tel. with a seal inserted between. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings RJT Unions . RJT type couplings comprise a male part. The joint is made by positioning the male part and the liner together. unions are easily assembled and dismantled for cleaning purposes. The ends of the tubes and/or fittings to be joined have a male part and liner fitted by welding (or expansion on to expanded type parts if used). RJT unions may be operated at pressures up to 1. Assembly The illustration above shows the assembly of an RJT union with welded parts. a liner. this being a result of their having a Whitworth form thread. RJT. BS 4825: Part 5 requirements for RJT union parts follow. present day cleaning systems are able to sanitise this area successfully without dismantling in the majority of applications. However. The nut is then slipped over the liner. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.0 MPa. The RJT joint is not crevice free and may accumulate a deposit of the product being passed.BS 4825 : Part 5 Ring Joint Type.com 9-11 . an O-ring seal and a hexagonal nut. Options: ❍ Expanded RJT expanded type union parts are available.

5 4.4 25.7 10 or 12.5 4.5 25.05 47.5 4.1 46.4 14.75 60.3 63.0 77.8 41.3 10 or 12.2 66.7 14.5 12.8 76.5 70.85 97.3 64.6 108.4 9-12 Aalco Tel.8 58.6 51.3 21.5 71.1 45.5 54.65 22.3 21.0 76.2 26.9 51.5 14.05 47.65 22.75 60.5 4.6 101.3 21.9 38.0 14.5 101.4 33.3 14.9 38.6 102.6 50.3 65.0 78.2 27.4 32.45 73.9 79. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.7 50.7 38.3 21.1 14.6 101.8 101.4 104 117.5 63.7 76.3 21.5 4.8 51.2 25.35 34.35 34.7 63.1 10 or 12.9 40.8 Welding Liner mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.0 10 or 12.3 21.8 50.5 4.6 63.6 109.BS 4825 : Part 5 Welding Male Part (Threaded) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.85 97.2 76.6 53.2 38.45 73.8 57.8 38.4 10 or 12.com .7 101.1 38.6 92.2 83. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings RJT Unions .8 63.2 84.7 or 25.3 76.

0 104.6 38.1 46.2 84.0 92.0 6.7 6.com 9-13 .1 4.2 15.1 4.8 101.6 109.8 58.1 4.5 6.0 50.3 22.BS 4825 : Part 5 Hexagonal Nut mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25.4 6.6 63.2 15.5 71. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.6 50.1 99.4 33.5 124.8 38.0 50.3 46.2 15.1 4.6 22.6 101.0 79.1 76. mm mm mm 25.2 84.8 58.2 15.6 109.4 86.0 59.5 71.3 22.2 15. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings RJT Unions .4 33.6 76.1 4.1 4.6 22.0 65.4 63.3 6.4 22.2 15.1 6.0 22.1 46.2 Ring Joint Seal .0 130.6 Aalco Tel.7 73.

1 82 63.5 3 229 76.5 50. Dimensions are subject to agreement with purchaser 9-14 Aalco Tel.1 to 25.4 ✔ ✔ 63. Pulled Tees mm mm mm 25.1 51 38.4 ✔ ✔ 101.com .8 63.1 2 130 50.2 3 267 101.8 ✔ ✔ 76.5 to 38.5 ✔ - Note .5 to 38.4 2 89 38.8 to 38.8 ✔ ✔ 63.2 ✔ ✔ 101.2 to 63.4 ✔ ✔ 50.4 38 25.4 ✔ - 76.8 to 38.2 to 50.5 110 Concentric and Eccentric Reducers Availability mm Eccentric Concentric (FFHQWULF 5HGXFHU 38. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Additional Hygienic Fittings and Components This subsection covers additional fittings and components that are compatible with the BS 4825 tube and fittings specifications.1 105 63.8 105 76.8 76 50.1 ✔ ✔ 63.5 to 25.4 82 50.5 38.06 5 348 Reducing Tees mm mm mm mm 38.2 to 63.5 ✔ - &RQFHQWULF 5HGXFHU 76.8 110 76.5 to 50.6 to 76.1 63.4 70 50.1 ✔ ✔ 50.4 51 25.2 to 25.6 to 63.1 ✔ ✔ 76.2 to 38.5 76 63.8 3 178 63.5 to 50.1 to 25.8 to 25. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.8 to 25.2 to 50.

4 123 38.8 to 25.6 140 Aalco Tel.1 60.5 26 90 76.5 87.5 50. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Additional Hygienic Fittings and Components IDF Welding Reducing Liner mm mm 38.2 to 50.8 123 63.1 123 50.5 IDF Blank Nut and Chain Across Flats (A/F) mm mm mm 25.2 to 63.1 74 63.5 76. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.1 87.2 26 105 IDF Plain Blank mm mm 25.4 6 38.2 to 25.5 76.1 to 25.2 to 38.8 87.5 6 76.1 6 50.4 74 76.5 to 38.2 6 IDF Hose Liner mm mm 25.5 123 76.com 9-15 .5 to 25.8 to 38.8 26 75 63.1 26 60 50.4 47 50.5 to 50.4 60.5 63.4 26 46 38.2 123 101.8 6 63.8 74 63.5 76.4 87.

5 51 76.5 22 76.8 51 63.5 8 76.4 51 38.2 51 101.2 22 101.1 22 50.2 8 101.5 51 76.6 51 RJT Blank Nut and Chain mm mm 25.1 8 50. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.4 51 38.com .6 22 RJT Plain Blank mm mm 25.4 22 38. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Additional Hygienic Fittings and Components IDF/BSP Adaptor Male/Male mm mm 25.8 22 63.8 8 63.2 51 101.4 8 38.8 51 63.1 51 50.1 51 50.6 51 IDF/BSP Adaptor Male/Female mm mm 25.6 8 9-16 Aalco Tel.

1 33 50.8 to 25.8 36 63.4 67 63. 01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals.4 79 76.2 to 63.1 67 50.2 to 50.5 112 76.8 92 76.1 112 50.4 30 38.8 112 63.2 to 25.5 to 50.2 49 Aalco Tel.com 9-17 .4 92 RJT Hose Liner mm mm 25.5 to 25.2 to 38.5 92 76.4 112 38.6 112 RJT/BSP Adaptor Male/Male mm mm 25.5 39 76.1 79 63.1 to 25.2 112 101. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings Additional Hygienic Fittings and Components RJT Welding Reducing Liner mm mm 38.5 to 38.4 54 50.8 79 63.8 to 38.1 92 76.

01932 250100 Fax: 01932 250101 E-mail: Marketing@amari-metals. Hygienic Tubes and Fittings 9-18 Aalco Tel.com .