Q: Do these tees have a core depressor?

Asked by: William Jacobs - 8/3/2017
A: The female side has a core depressor in it. One of the male sides has a schrader valve in it. The second male side is wide open.
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Q: Does the female knurl have a core depressor?

Asked by: Josue Alberto - 5/21/2019
A: The female side/knurl does indeed have a core depressor in it.
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Answer provided by: Billy Spohn (5/24/2019)

Q: I am just wondering if this tee is vaccum rated? Im looking to put a tee on my manifold inorder to hook up a vacuum gauge to it.

Asked by: Bradly Galea - 5/25/2018
A: While this item is not vacuum rated, it is brass.
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Answer provided by: Billy Spohn (5/24/2019)

Q: Can you pull a vacuum with these t’s?

Asked by: Jaime Gutierrez - 10/7/2020
A: You can pull vacuum with these tee's.
You might consider using a core removal tool for vacuum. The tees will work for evacuation, but using a VCRT will allow you to remove the core in the system, allowing for faster evacuation.



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Answer provided by: Billy Spohn (10/9/2020)

Q: Do these tees come with or can you buy replacement gaskets?

Asked by: Greg Jones - 4/8/2021
A: These tees do not come with replacement gaskets and TruTech does not sell replacement gaskets for these tees.
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Answer provided by: Billy Spohn (5/3/2021)

Q: Are these low loss fittings?

Asked by: Jim - 4/24/2021
A: No, they are not.
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Answer provided by: Bill Spohn (5/26/2021)

Q: CPS 1/4" SAE Tee Valve Connector - 2 Pack Can I hook this Tee Valve to the high side of system that has 600 plus psi?

Asked by: Salman Safarov - 12/25/2020
A: We do not recommend using the product in this application.
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Q: Does this tee adapter have a core depressor in the female end?

Asked by: Ernie Hudson - 12/27/2020
A: The female side has a core depressor in it. One of the male sides has a Schrader valve in it. The second male side is wide open.
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Q: Need the seal for this one. what are specs?

Asked by: GARY T TAYLOR - 2/28/2021
A: These tees do not come with replacement gaskets and TruTech does not sell replacement gaskets for these tees.
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Q: Do they come with depressor and shrader cores ? I need it for a wireless guage probe to be able to charge units

Asked by: Fernando Rojas - 5/22/2021
A: The female side has a core depressor in it. One of the male sides has a Schrader valve in it. The second male side is wide open.
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Q: Does the female knurled side have a core depressor?

Asked by: Rodney - 7/19/2021
A: The female side has a core depressor in it. One of the male sides has a schrader valve in it. The second male side is wide open.
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Answer provided by: Billy Spohn (7/20/2021)

Q: So I just got a set of the field piece smart probes and need charging tee adapters would this be the right part and if so do they have a low loss fitting connection

Asked by: Devin - 8/2/2021
A: These tees would work with your smart probes, however they are not low loss fittings.
We have a 1/4" low loss fitting available here: https://www.trutechtools.com/CTEE14
and a 5/16" low loss fitting available here: https://www.trutechtools.com/CTEE516
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