Open intersec. Joint
- Connector used to assemble the HJ-7ANP joint set
- Compatible with 28 mm pipes
- 225 units per box (please order individually)
- Electric conductivity (ESD) joint
The H-7ANP is a chrome plated single joint with antistatic properties (ESD) used to assemble the HJ-7ANP joint set. This piece makes it possible to connect two pipes perpendicularly, one above the other, to create an open intersection. It can also be used to strengthen structures.
Non-Electric Conductivity Version:
A black version of this item if offered without antistatic properties: H-7A
Want to reuse parts of your old system?
The H-7ANP Flexpipe joint is compatible with many other pipe and connector systems. Check the technical information tab to know which systems are compatible and none-compatible with our parts.
All our joints are sold individually.
To make is easier for you, we indicated the quantity included in a box if you want to order a complete box. However, our order system consider single amount only. Please enter the total amount of joint you wish to receive (example; 225 units = 1 box).
|Units per box||225 units per box|
|Length inches||2 5/8 in (66.7 mm)|
|Height inches||3/4 in (19 mm)|
|Width inches||1 in (25 mm)|
|Depth inches||1 5/16 in (33mm)|
|Steel thickness inches||1/8 in (2.5mm)|
|Unit weight pounds||0.088 lbs (0.040 kg)|
|Box dimensions inches||11 X 9 X 5 in (280mm X 225mm X 130mm)|
|Compatible joint systems||Creform, NIS, C Tek Lean Solutions, Trilogiq (28 mm)|
|None compatible joint systems||Fastube, Trilogiq (28.6 mm)|
|Compatible pipe systems||Creform, Fastube, Trilogiq (28 mm), NIS (28 mm), C Tek Lean Solutions (28 mm)|
|None compatible pipe systems||Trilogiq (28.6 mm)|
|Electric conductivity (ESD)||Yes|
|Material||Hot rolled steel (SPHC)|
|Steel hardness (HRB)||68-75 HRB|
|System operational temperature||-148°F to 572°F (-100°C to 300°C)|
|Steel treatment||Chrome plating|
|Manufacturing technique||Stamping and deburring|
|Striations for grip||None|
|Additional reinforcement hole||None|
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