- Male Thread Cam Lever Quick Connect Adapter - F
Male Pipe Thread X Cam Lever Adapter
Male Thread Cam Lever Quick Connect Adapters will mate up with a Cam Lever Quick Connect Coupling* to create an easy to remove banjo style fitting. The unique shape and cam locking design creates a positive locking, leak free design allowing you to quickly remove and reattach pumps, plumbing, reactors and more.
*Note: You need 1 adapter and 1 coupling to create a complete banjo fitting. Please see compatibility chart in Full Details below.
- Material: Polypropelene - glass reinforced
- Threads: Male NPT
- Gasket Material: EPDM
- Pressure Rated: 125 PSI @ 70°F
Cam Lever Quick Connect Couplings and Adapters (banjo fittings) allow you to make a leak free connection that can be used for many different applications. We have found them to be particular handy is for water change systems, temporary hoses, reactors, or any other location that you may need to remove quickly and often.
Quick Connect (banjo) fittings come in two forms:
Adapters - The male side of the quick connect banjo fitting.(available with male or female threads)
Couplings - The female side of the quick connect banjo fitting. (available with male or female threads).
|Fitting Name||Fitting Letter||Compatible With|
|Female Thread Cam Lever Coupling||D||A or F|
|Male Thread Cam Lever Coupling||B||A or F|
|Female Thread Cam Lever Adapter||A||D or B|
|Male Thread Cam Lever Adapter||F||D or B|
You can use any adapter with a coupling of the same size.
Please keep in mind you need an adapter and a coupling to create a complete banjo fitting.
Example: if you use a 1" Female Thread Cam Lever Adapter, you would need to use either a male or female 1" Cam Lever Coupling to complete the fitting.
Where has this been all my life! By RSnodgrass on 7/18/2017RSnodgrass would recommend this product to a friendWhere has this been all my life? Seriously, these are fantastic... I put on a T off my main pump return with a ball valve and use it to do ultra fast water changes. It also reduces a significant amount to stress to the other PVC joints over other methods because it's so easy to use. On top of that I no longer need to fight with a second water change pump in my sump.
I was nervous about the metal used at first (no idea what material it is) but it's irrelevant because the seal is not exposed to the metal in any way. If the metal is exposed to your tank water you are leaking water all over and should call a plumber.
What is the length of threading from start to finish. Would there be threads left in you where to put it through 1/2" plywood.
The Threads will be 1" long. There should be enough to mount through 1/2" base. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions.