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Adaptor Fitting Guide

1. How to Determine the Ezi-action® Adaptor Fitting for a Drum with internal threaded opening.

a. Measure across the opening internal thread width.

b. Measure the width of the bung.

Measuring drum opening Measuring width of bung

This opening measures close to 55mm.            This bung measures close to 55mm.

Both these drums require an Ezi-action® M55 fitting.

The Ezi-action® M55, MBSP and M69 fittings are the most popular fittings in the UK and Europe.

 

2. How to Determine the Ezi-action® Adaptor Fitting for a Container with external threaded opening.

a. Measure across the opening outside thread width.

b. Examine the thread pitch.

The width is 55mm.   
This container requires an Ezi-action®             
C55 Fitting

This container requires an Ezi-action® C63Int Fitting.

The Ezi-action® C57 and C63Int fittings are the most popular fittings for 20-30 litre containers in UK and Europe.

 

3. How to Determine the Ezi-action® Adaptor Fitting for an IBC

Note: The IBC needs a small inner cap within a large cap. ( see photo)

a. Remove the small inner cap.

b. Measure the internal opening and examine the thread.

If the opening has width of 58mm with a fine thread the IBC requires an Ezi-action® MBSP Adaptor Fitting.

If the opening has width of 55mm with a medium thread the IBC requires an Ezi-action® M55 Adaptor Fitting.


The most commonly required fittings for IBC's are the Ezi-action® MBSP and M55 adaptor fitting.

To confirm refer:  How to Determine the correct M and C Adaptor Fitting.

 

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