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Thread: Tri Clamps europe

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    Tri Clamps europe

    Hi!

    Anyone know of a online store for Tri-clamp ferrules, connectors, hose barbs etc. shipping to Europe?

    Best Regards
    J&B

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    Where are you located?
    Loads of places... no reason to have them sent from the US.
    Try: http://www.jtmbrew.com/ if you are in Denmark...

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    Located in Sweden so that one should work. The prices seem to be quite nice on the east side of the atlantic ocean though. I'll give the danish ā call for sure. There are manufacturers in Sweden as well but the pricing is quite different. Its alot cheaper in the US compared to what ive found here.

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    If you cant get them from JTM guys, then you can find it from most any stainless steel suppliers, or just ask a welder... they are pretty common in EU as well... Just more common are the DIN fittings..
    www.Lervig.no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Murphy
    If you cant get them from JTM guys, then you can find it from most any stainless steel suppliers, or just ask a welder... they are pretty common in EU as well... Just more common are the DIN fittings..
    Sure there are suppliers in the EU. However we´re not spoiled as teh american brewing industry, or micro industry who can find numerous suppliers with prices noted in their internet stores, just a click away. Would be easier to order from my bed. Thats all.

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    i know exactly what your saying...
    www.Lervig.no

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    Of course, freight from the US is not cheap - unless you are muling a box full of GW Kent parts or something similar. Also, don't forget VAT tax. Don't want to get caught bringing in "goods" without paying the VAT or customs taxes...

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