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post #851 of 852 (permalink) Old 05-22-2020, 04:46 PM
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I'm using them with my dual loop, they can be handy while bleeding, instead undoing stop fitting, little press of the top will release accumulated air.
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Correction..I'm using those ones, but exact the same principle: https://shop.bitspower.com/index.php...roduct_id=1798
That is an air exhaust fitting you are linking and I have used those up high in the loop to bleed air, and they work well for bleeding air. But they would squirt water all over as a drain.

The fitting @InfoSeeker showed is a water exhaust fitting as they are calling it. You remove the stop fitting and screw in the other piece and it works similar to a quick disconnect as it screws in. So you could put a barb fitting into it and a length of hose into a drain bucket.



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post #852 of 852 (permalink) Old 05-22-2020, 05:28 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post
That is an air exhaust fitting you are linking and I have used those up high in the loop to bleed air, and they work well for bleeding air. But they would squirt water all over as a drain.

The fitting @InfoSeeker showed is a water exhaust fitting as they are calling it. You remove the stop fitting and screw in the other piece and it works similar to a quick disconnect as it screws in. So you could put a barb fitting into it and a length of hose into a drain bucket.
Ahhh I see it now thanks for correction, I'm getting old

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