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thread483-144296 Can we get these

thread483-144296 Can we get these

thread483-144296 Can we get these

thread483-144296: What is a flatolet?
Can we get these kind of Flat O-Lets within The Netherlands. We need these now. Any clue?

Thanks & Regards,

RE: thread483-144296 Can we get these

Try your normal re-inforced branch outlet supplier.

The thread before says these are essentially weldolets with no contour machined in.

The term flatolet is really a mistake - they should just be called zero contour weldolets.

what size and location / use are they called up on?? They should be small size branches ( 1"/ 2") on a very large pipe or vessel (>1m diam?)

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RE: thread483-144296 Can we get these

I thought the fitting is very much common and may be available globally, if not really locally, unless the special size or material was required for your work.

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