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Kee Safety - L25-7 - Kee Klamp Three Socket Tee 90°, 1-1/4" Dia.
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Kee Safety - L25-7 - Kee Klamp Three Socket Tee 90°, 1-1/4" Dia.

Item #: WB448356

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Kee Klamp® Fittings
90° Three Socket Tee

Most commonly used as the 90 degree joint between the top rail and an intermediate upright on guardrailing. As there are two socket set screws in the sleeve, this Kee Lite fitting can be used where a join is required in the horizontal tube. As an alternative, it is possible to use a Type L10 fitting in its vertical position in place of the Type L25, using the latter only where a join in the tubing occurs.

Product Specifications

    • COLOR FINISHGray
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • BRANDKee Safety
    • CONSTRUCTIONAluminum/Magnesium
    • FITTING INSIDE DIAMETER1.72
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERL25-7
    • MODEL448356
    • NOMINAL PIPE SIZE INCHES1-1/4
    • PIPE O.D.1.66
    • TYPE90° 3 Socket Tee
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What kind of 1" pipe can I use, iron, electric conduit, or both? I think conduit od is 1.163 and iron is 1.12

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