Pitot Tube Sample Ports

Pitot Tube Sample Ports

Trico’s Pitot Tube Sample Ports are designed to provide a safe, simple and effective method of sampling fluids from sumps and non-flooded horizontal drain lines. They ensure oil samples are drawn from the most appropriate location of the sump reservoir, and that the sample is take form the exact location inside the system each time, which is important for maintaining consistency in routine sampling. The thick wall tubing can be bended and directed to the ideal sampling location with the use of a swivel adapter.

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Model No.DescriptionTube LengthSwivel AdapterPort MaterialTube MaterialFitting (NPT Male)
36204Pitot Tube12"NoCarbon SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36207Pitot Tube18"NoCarbon SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36210Pitot Tube24"NoCarbon SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36217Pitot Tube12"YesCarbon SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36220Pitot Tube18"YesCarbon SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36223Pitot Tube24"YesCarbon SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36206Pitot Tube12"NoStainless SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36209Pitot Tube18"NoStainless SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36212Pitot Tube24"NoStainless SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36219Pitot Tube12"YesStainless SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36222Pitot Tube18"YesStainless SteelStainless Steel1/4"
36225Pitot Tube24"YesStainless SteelStainless Steel1/4"

Pitot Tube Sample Ports

  • Pitot Tubes are equipped with sample ports
  • Available in a variety of lengths
  • Installs easily into drain, fill or sampling pipe ports
  • Swivel options available for bent tubes in confined locations

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Maximum Pressure 500 PSI (34.5 bar)
Material Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel
Check Valve Ball Stainless Steel
Seal Viton®
Maximum Operating Temperature -4ºF to 392ºF

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