13 Best Luer-to-barbed Y Fittings

List Updated January 2021

Bestselling Luer-to-barbed Y Fittings in 2021


Cole-Parmer AO-45502-04 Female luer x 1/8" hose barb adapter, Nylon, 25/pk

Cole-Parmer AO-45502-04 Female luer x 1/8
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Product Type: luer fitting
  • Material: nylon
  • Qty/pk: 25
  • Number of items: 25
  • Package quantity: package

Everflow EPMA1234-NL 1/2 Inch x 3/4 Inch Lead Free Brass Adapters PEX x MIP, Brass Construction, Compatible w/ PEX Piping, Low-Cost plumbing Connection, Durability & Reliability, Easy to Install

Everflow EPMA1234-NL 1/2 Inch x 3/4 Inch Lead Free Brass Adapters PEX x MIP, Brass Construction, Compatible w/ PEX Piping, Low-Cost plumbing Connection, Durability & Reliability, Easy to Install
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

Value Plastics FTLL055-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Female Luer Thread Style to Barbed Coupler, 1/4" (6.4 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics FTLL055-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Female Luer Thread Style to Barbed Coupler, 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Coupler with angled barbs for connecting pipes or tubing in a straight run
  • Fitting has a female luer connector on one end and a barbed connector on the other
  • Nylon for strength, flexibility and crush resistance
  • Female luer threads engage securely with threads on male luer lock fittings for tight, leak-free unions
  • Meets ROHS standards for quality assurance

Cole-Parmer Female luer x 1/16" hose barb adapter, Nylon, 25/pk

Cole-Parmer Female luer x 1/16
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Product Type: luer fitting
  • Material: nylon
  • Qty/pk: 25
  • Number of items: 25
  • Package quantity: package

Cole-Parmer AO-45505-04 Male luer with lock ring x 1/8" hose barb, Nylon, 25/pk

Cole-Parmer AO-45505-04 Male luer with lock ring x 1/8
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Product Type: luer fitting
  • Material: nylon
  • Qty/pk: 25
  • Number of items: 25
  • Package quantity: package

Value Plastics MTLL240-6 Natural Polypropylene Tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 5/32" (4.0 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics MTLL240-6 Natural Polypropylene Tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 5/32
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Coupler with angled barbs for connecting pipes or tubing in a straight run
  • Fitting has a male luer lock on one end and a barbed connector on the other
  • Polypropylene for chemical resistance and dimensional stability
  • Luer lock with integral ring for secured, leak-free connection; Barb lacks parting lines, ensuring a leak-free union with tubing
  • Meets ROHS standards for quality assurance

Value Plastics FTLL360-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Female Luer Thread Style to Barbed Coupler, 1/4" (6.4 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics FTLL360-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Female Luer Thread Style to Barbed Coupler, 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Coupler with angled barbs for connecting pipes or tubing in a straight run
  • Fitting has a female luer connector on one end and a barbed connector on the other
  • Nylon for strength, flexibility and crush resistance
  • Female luer threads engage securely with threads on male luer lock fittings for tight, leak-free unions
  • Meets ROHS standards for quality assurance

Parker Hannifin 22BH-4-4 Dubl-Barb Brass Body Bulkhead Union Fitting, 1/4" Barb Tube x 1/4" Barb Tube

Parker Hannifin 22BH-4-4 Dubl-Barb Brass Body Bulkhead Union Fitting, 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • All brass construction
  • Compact
  • Excellent vibration resistance
  • No Clamp required

Value Plastics FTLL230-6 Natural Polypropylene Tube Fitting, Female Luer Thread Style to Barbed Coupler, 1/8" (3.2 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics FTLL230-6 Natural Polypropylene Tube Fitting, Female Luer Thread Style to Barbed Coupler, 1/8
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Female Luer
  • White

Value Plastics MTLS220-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Male Luer Slip to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 3/32" (2.4 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics MTLS220-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Male Luer Slip to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 3/32
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Male Luer Slip
  • White

Value Plastics MTLL360-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 1/4" (6.4 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics MTLL360-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • Male Luer Lock Ring
  • White

Value Plastics MTLL240-1 White Nylon tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 5/32" (4.0 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics MTLL240-1 White Nylon tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 5/32
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2021
  • Male Luer Lock Ring
  • White

Value Plastics MTLL210-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 1/16" (1.6 mm) Tube ID (Pack of 25)

Value Plastics MTLL210-1 White Nylon Tube Fitting, Male Luer with Integral Lock Ring to 200 Series Barbed Coupler, 1/16
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2021
  • Male Luer Lock Ring
  • White

Analysis of Fabius Lind to Comrade Death

In the 1930s Aaron Leyeles invented an alter ego for himself. It was a man who, like Leyeles, was mature, intellectual, sensitive and strong. He was keen to both the modern world and his traditional culture. Leyeles named this character, fittingly...


The title of this poem gives away the narrative viewpoint. It is told by Fabius Lind in conversation with death, as though it were a person he might be engaging. It is clear that Fabius is a strong, proud man. The poem reads, " I do not know what lime kiln My mettle was formed, But it hates surrender with a great hatred. I was not born to give up." (I: 4-7) Obviously, Fabius is a man of great strength. He fights the battles in life with vigor, and never surrenders to his aggressors, no matter how fierce. He is a man who is used to getting things done the right way, and is ever triumphant in his struggles.

Being a man of such strength, who was "not born to give up", it is difficult for Fabius to conceive of the anything being inevitable, even death. He is a man used to beating odds and fighting. When faced with his own mortality, he becomes upset, and, quite uncharacteristically, wants to run away. The poem states, "When you breathe backward upon me - In the falling away of a friend, In a moment of danger, In a stranger's funeral on a street - I wish I'd been on the other side of the fence, In the not-hearing-not-remembering of your shadows - If only to avoid the duel, in which you always have the upper-hand." (I: 8-14) It seems every time Fabius is forced to look in the eyes of death, he is resentful. He wishes to be elsewhere, anywhere that the thoughts of death could not find him. He doesn't want to think about it, or hear about it. He thinks maybe, if he doesn't have to hear or think about death, it might pass him over.

Line 14 of the first stanza also articulates a second point. Fabius looks at death as a fight, or duel, as Leyeles puts it. Being the strong man that he is, his natural desire is to win every battle. The use of the term "upper hand" paints a clear picture of what Fabius perceives as an unfair fight. How can a man win a battle when he is not given a fair chance at victory? It is clear that the disadvantage Fabius perceives makes him feel weak. It makes him want to run away, as written in line 12. This is the one battle in his life he does not wish to fight.

Going back to the first lines of the first stanza, as they cannot be analyzed properly without the character development of Fabius, the poem begins, "Not so much you yourself, As the road to you, the surrender to you, Dear dictator." Knowing the character of Fabius is crucial to unpacking the message in these lines. It is clear that Fabius is proud man, who fights gallantly, and needs to feel dominant over circumstances as they present themselves. However, this circumstance is very different from the others he has encountered. Using the words "surrender" and "dictator" articulate brilliantly the senses of impotence and helplessness Fabius feels in the face of mortality. He feels he is slowly walking toward the battle that cannot be won. For him, this is unacceptable.

The second stanza begins with, "On my threshold, the date is engraved When you arrive with your holiday greetings." (II: 1-2) Here, it is clear the mood has changed. Fabius is beginning to think of death as a friend, rather than a foe. He speaks of death arriving with its holiday greetings. Holiday greetings are generally exchanged between friends, family and acquaintances, not usually by enemies. His thoughts are beginning to evolve from "Get away from me, or I'll run away," to "If death if my friend, why fear it?" He's beginning to accept his inevitable fate, but he will do this in quite his own way.

In the first line of the second stanza he uses the word "threshold". This word conjures images of the home. A threshold is usually a porch or stoop a person must cross to enter a home. This leads me to believe that Fabius may not fear death itself, as he stated in the opening line, but he fears a death in the home. He doesn't want to grow old, fall ill and suffer. Those things are signs of weakness to him. He does, however, find a solution to his problem.

"But if I will - I can knock first on your door, And you will receive me. No questions, no complaints." (II: 3-5) Here Fabius is basically saying to death, "If we're friends, how about I come to you?" Instead of death taking him from his home as a feeble old man, he wants to come to death on his own accord. He wants to leave this world in a way that would be fitting of such a strong man.

The final lines of the poem read, "You will shake my hand and deck your table With bread and salt. You to me - but me to you too, As with real, close friends, Comrade death." (II: 6-10) Here, Fabius comes to terms with his mortality, as long as it is delivered to him in the manner he has prescribed. He is saying to death, "If I can come to you fittingly, then you are my comrade and I fear you no more." This is a powerful ending to the poem, because the author has allowed the reader to see inside Fabius. The reader can look into his fears, his wishes and his character. He is able to watch as Fabius' reasoning process takes hold, and he is able to see the resolution to Fabius' problem. In a way the reader can be comforted that even a man as strong as Fabius can posses a fear, but he must overcome it, as all must.

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