112649

Solinst AquaVent Cable Blowout Fitting

Solinst AquaVent Cable Blowout Fitting

Description

The AquaVent cable blowout fitting allows nitrogen gas to be blown through the vent tube to ensure any moisture is removed.

Features

  • Use is recommended before deployment or storage
  • Connects to either end of AquaVent vented cable assembly
  • Vented cable connection and nitrogen gas tank hose fitting connection
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$39.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst AquaVent Cable Blowout Fitting 112649 AquaVent cable blowout fitting
$39.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst AquaVent Vented Cable Assemblies 112769 AquaVent cable assembly, 5 ft.
$173.00
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Solinst AquaVent Vented Cable Assemblies 112771 AquaVent cable assembly, 15 ft.
$201.00
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Solinst AquaVent Vented Cable Assemblies 112773 AquaVent cable assembly, 25 ft.
$229.00
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Solinst AquaVent Vented Cable Assemblies 111014 AquaVent cable assembly, 50 ft.
$300.00
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Solinst AquaVent Vented Cable Assemblies 112779 AquaVent cable assembly, 100 ft.
$440.00
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