Vacuum fittings, tubing, and connectors are an essential part of any vacuum bagging or resin infusion system. They are used to create an air-tight connection between your part and the vacuum source. Without connections that are leak-proof, neither vacuum bagging nor infusion will work successfully.

At, you'll find a complete selection of industrial-grade supplies that are necessary to make these connections, including hose assemblies and tubing. All are designed to be durable and work interchangeably for your convenience. Click on a product image below to get more information and view pricing.

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  • Plumbers Tape

    Leak-Proof your Vacuum Joints
    Keep connections air-tight. Plumbers Tape should be wrapped around the threaded end of all brass fittings within...
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  • Hose Clamps

    Secure Tubing and Prevent Leaks
    These clamps are designed to secure vacuum or resin tubing for leak-proof connections. With continuous band...
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  • Hose Cutters

    Easy-View Window Permits Clean, Accurate Cuts
    Hose Cutters make it quick and easy to create custom-length tubing for each new vacuum bagging or resin infusion...
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  • Stethoscope

    Target Air Leaks in Vacuum Bag Lay-Ups
    This Stethoscope is an inexpensive, reliable instrument that can help create air-tight vacuum bagging set-ups...
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  • Flow Regulator

    Easy Crimp to Control Resin Flow
    Clamping off tubing to begin and end resin flow is a critical step in the resin infusion process—and the Flow...
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All the items in the Vacuum Fittings category help to make a solid, air-tight connection between your part and the pressure source.

  • Some, like hose assemblies and tubing, are necessary elements to making these systems work.
  • Other fittings and items contribute to the overall effectiveness of the bagging process and generally make projects work more smoothly. These include vacuum gauges and connectors, regulators, and bleed-off valves. You'll find a variety of shapes and sizes that are designed to make the process more efficient, even for more complex systems.

All of the fittings at are compatible with the pumps and vacuum generators available on our site.

If you're unsure as to which fittings you might require, visit our Learning Center and read the white paper, Vacuum Bagging Equipment & Techniques to learn more. You can also view a helpful vacuum bagging diagram on our blog post, Basic Vacuum Bagging Set-Up.

You can place your order on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST Mon-Fri.

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