84 - Malleable Plug Kee Klamp Fitting

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84 - Malleable Plug Kee Klamp Fitting

A metal drive-in plug which is difficult to remove when installed. For an alternative in plastic, see Type 133.

Note: This fitting can only be used with schedule 40 steel pipe.

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Fitting Type Bore Size
(Inside of Pipe)
Pipe A
(Schedule 40)
84-5 3/4" 5
84-6 1” 6
84-7 1-1/4” 7
84-8 1-1/2” 8
84-9 2” 9


Pipe For Your Structure

Kee Klamp safety components are produced in a range of standard sizes to suit schedule 40 steel pipe, sizes 1/4" nominal to 2” nominal bore; also equivalent sizes of tubing in other materials.

Tubing of other specifications can be used, providing the outside diameter is compatible with schedule 40 pipe. Pipe with a wall thickness of less than 1/8” can only be used in lightly loaded structure.

A Kee Klamp component (size 5 – 9) can support an axial load of 2,000 lbs per set screw with the set screw tightened to a torque of 29 lbs/ft. (Rating includes a safety factor of 2:1.) This is normally obtained when the set screw is fully tightened using a ratchet wrench.

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  • 3
    Needs modification to fit.

    Posted by They call me MacGyver on 14th Oct 2017

    At least for the 3/4", the plug is not as pictured. Instead of two sides that look like they might have a bit of give to them, the plug has a rigid cross that needs each side shaved down to fit. I wore out 3 sanding drums on my Dremel tool getting 4 plugs into my project. The only reason I give them 3 stars is because, after the pain of reworking a product right out of the box, the end result looks nice.

    Admin: The fittings are designed for schedule 40 pipe size only. At the bottom of every fittings page is a table showing the sizing on the inner diameter of the fitting, and what the inner pipe diameter should be. Anything different the fittings will not work properly.