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Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male

Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male

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Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male
Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male
Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male
Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male
Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male
Job Site Gas Quick-Release, Female Plug to Male

WES-QDB33

Heavy-Duty Inert Gas Hose Quick-Disconnect. "B" Size 5/8" x 18 Right-Hand Thread Female Plug to Male Quick-Release Recepticle. 

Ideal for field welding jobs, quick and easy connection to regulators, and allows you to daisy chain several gas hoses together, rather than one heavy continuous length. Quick-relase design let's you quickly Plug and un-plug hoses without tools for fast-setup and tear-down, saving you time and money.

Part number reference for the component parts: QDB300 - Plug to QDB301 - Socket (both are included in the package).
Made in USA by Western Enterprises.


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The QDB33 has a very nice, smooth connect / disconnect function. However, Western Enterprise's site indicates that this unit also employs a reverse-flow check valve. It does not. Gas flow is not restricted opposite of the flow direction indicated on it's body. At least the two of mine that I received do not. I purchased these primarily to provide reverse-flow protection between two tanks, one Argon, one C25, both connected through one Y-valve so that I could mix the gases when I required lower CO2 levels. I am quite disappointed. Another one of Western Enterprise's part description mistakes I suppose.