Flowline Reducer Bushing Reducer, LM53 Series

  • RS Stock No. 889-1087
  • Mfr. Part No. LM53-2800
  • Manufacturer Flowline
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COO (Country of Origin): US
Product Details

Flowline EchoPulse Accessories

Comprehensive range of accessories for Flowline's successful EchoPulse series. Accessories include a variety Reducer bushings covering a range of Thread forms & diameters, ANSI flanges, indicators, enclosures & controllers. Thanks to the wide array of accessories on offer the EchoPulse Level Transmitter range can be used in an assortment of applications

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Specifications
Attribute Value
Device Type Reducer Bushing
Pipe Diameter Range 2 x 1.5 in NPT
Material PVC
Series LM53
Discontinued product
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