(Didactic Division)

Glassware

Socket, Plain, Shank, Single

Socket Sizes are given below :
10/19
19/26
34/35
50/42
12/21
24/29
40/38
55/44
14/23
29/32
45/40
55/44
Note : Sockets with Hooks, 10% extra

Cone, Plain End, Single

Socket Sizes are given below :
10/19
19/26
34/35
50/42
12/21
24/29
40/38
55/44
14/23
29/32
45/40
Note : Cones with tip, 10% extra for hooks, 10% extra

Sockets, Plain Shank Double

Socket Sizes are given below :
Socket Size Shank length mm.
10/19
14/23
19/26
24/29
29/32
34/35
40/38
80
80
80
80
90
100
110
Note : Sockets with hooks, 10% extra

Cones, Plain End Doubles

Socket Sizes are given below :
Socket Size Shank length mm.
10/19
14/23
19/26
24/29
29/32
34/35
40/38
80
80
80
80
90
100
110
Note : Cones with tip, 10% extra for hooks 10% extra

Spherical Joints, Ball & Cup

Socket Sizes are given below :
Joint Size Approx. Bore mm.
S 13
S 13
S 19
S 29
S 35
S 41
2
5
9
15
21
32
Note : Sockets with Hooks, 10% extra

Stoppers Hollow

Socket Sizes are given below :
Shape
Cone
Hexagonal
10/19
12/21 or 14/23
19/26
24/29
29/32
34/35
Penny Head
40/38
45/40
50/42
55/44

Stoppers, Solid Penny or Flat Head

Socket Sizes are given below :
10/19
19/26
29/32
14/23
24/29
34/35

Reduction Adapters

Socket Sizes are given below :
Socket Size Cone
14/23
14/23
14/23
19/26
19/2
19/26
19/26
19/26
24/29
24/29
24/29
24/29
24/19
24/29
29/32
29/32
34/35
34/35
34/35
40/38
19/26
24/29
29/32
24/29
34/35
40/38
45/40
55/44
29/32
34/35
40/38
45/40
50/42
55/44
34/35
40/38
40/38
50/42
55/44
55/44

Expansion Adapters

Socket Sizes are given below : Socket Size Cone
19/26
24/29
24/29
29/32
29/32
34/35
34/35
34/35
40/38
14/23
14/23
19/26
19/26
24/29
19/26
24/29
29/32
24/29
Note : Reduction and Expansion adapters of any other size can also be supplied.

Multiple Adapters with Two Necks Parallel

Socket Sizes are given below :
Socket Size Cone
14/23
19/26
19/26
24/29
19/26
29/32
14/23
19/26
24/29
24/29
34/35
29/32
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