Tri Clamp concentric reducers decrease in diameter towards the center thus forming a conical cylinder. A concentric reducer is often used inline on a vertical flow application, or if laid horizontally, as an increaser. We do not recommend reducing in the horizontal as pooling may occur. In these cases, an eccentric reducer,
Reduce sanitary tri-clamp connection from one size to another (3114MP). Stainless steel concentric clamp reducers allow for the connection of tubing of various sizes. Available in 304 and 316 stainless steel alloys. Unlike the eccentric clamp reducer, this product may cause pooling in process line fittings. Clamp style
316L SS Sanitary Tri-Clamp® Fittings No.7, 316L SS Sanitary Tri-Clamp® U-Bends, 316L SS Sanitary Tri-Clamp® Reducers, 316L SS Sanitary Tri-Clamp® Laterals, 316L SS Sanitary Tri-Clamp&r.
Dixon Tri Clamp Eccentric Reducer in 304 & 316 SS B3214MP.
Sanitary reducer tri-clover clamp style for connecting process lines of different sizes. The Clamp Eccentric Reducer from Sanitube™ is available in both 304 & 316L stainless steel alloys. Clamp ends join separate tube lines of different sizes. A clamp and gasket is required for a complete connection to complete a