Colder Products

SMFM3 Non-Valved Inline Coupling Body 3mm Hose Barb

Part Number: SMFM3

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$1.23

Colder SMC Series Couplings are designed with the latest Colder technology called Twist-to-Connect. The quarter-turn latch clicks to ensure that your connection is secure and allows tubing to rotate freely. SMC Series Couplings are among the smallest couplings offered by Colder and are constructed from a variety of different materials such as acetal, polypropylene, and ABS plastic.

 Specifications
  • Material: Acetal
  • Color: White
  • Pressure Range: Vacuum to 100 psi, 6.9 bar
  • Mounting Option: Free Floating
  • Valve Option: Non-Valved
  • Temperature Range: -40º F to 180º F
  • Available in Bags of 50 units




Weight & Dimensions

Weight (lbs)

0.01

Details

Series

SMC

Max Temp (°F)

180

Max Pressure (Psi)

100

Min Temp (°F)

-40

Min Pressure (Psi)

Vacuum

Barb Size

3mm ID

Application

Water

Bag Quantity

50

Body Material

Acetal Copolymer

Color / Finish

White

Mounting Options

Free Floating

Valve Type

Non-Valved


SMFM3




Colder SMC Series Couplings are designed with the latest Colder technology called Twist-to-Connect. The quarter-turn latch clicks to ensure that your connection is secure and allows tubing to rotate freely. SMC Series Couplings are among the smallest couplings offered by Colder and are constructed from a variety of different materials such as acetal, polypropylene, and ABS plastic.

 Specifications
  • Material: Acetal
  • Color: White
  • Pressure Range: Vacuum to 100 psi, 6.9 bar
  • Mounting Option: Free Floating
  • Valve Option: Non-Valved
  • Temperature Range: -40º F to 180º F
  • Available in Bags of 50 units



Weight & Dimensions

Weight (lbs)

0.01

Details

Series

SMC

Max Temp (°F)

180

Max Pressure (Psi)

100

Min Temp (°F)

-40

Min Pressure (Psi)

Vacuum

Barb Size

3mm ID

Application

Water

Bag Quantity

50

Body Material

Acetal Copolymer

Color / Finish

White

Mounting Options

Free Floating

Valve Type

Non-Valved

Documentation
SMFM3

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