Buy Schedule 40 PVC Fittings Wholesale

Buy Schedule 40 PVC Fittings Wholesale

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PVC Fittings Schedule 40

PVC Fittings Schedule 40

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Reducer Bushing for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Mipt x Fipt)

Reducer Bushing for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Mipt x Fipt)

Reducer Bushing for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Mipt x Fipt) Buy at: http://www.flexiblepvc.net/Reducer_Bushing_MIPT_x_FIPT_p/reducer-bushing-mxf.htm If you have a larger threaded fitting or opening and you need to insert a smaller threaded pipe into it, you would use a Schedule 40 Mipt x Fipt reducer bushing. Reducer bushings can fit your needs when your project requires the connection of pipes of two different diameters. These fittings are slightly different than couplings, although couplings can also connect two pipes of different sizes. Bushings, unlike couplings, tend to fit "inside" another fitting much like a "spigot" fitting, allowing the user to place the bushing into the larger fitting, thus reducing the diameter that the larger fitting requires. This fitting has a male pipe thread (mipt) on one and and allows another, smaller male pipe thread to be screwed into it. For example, if you are using a 2" x 1" Schedule 40 mipt x fipt reducer bushing, you would first screw the male part of the bushing into a 2" fitting and then simply screw your 1" male threaded pipe or fitting into it. All of our Schedule 40 fittings are NSF rated 14 & 61, which means they are certified for use with potable (drinking) water. Maximum temperature is 140°F.

Union for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe ("O"-Ring Type) (Slip x Slip)

Union for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe ("O"-Ring Type) (Slip x Slip)

Union for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe ("O"-Ring Type) (Slip x Slip) Buy at: http://www.flexiblepvc.net/Schedule_40_Union_Slip_x_Slip_p/schedule-40-slip-union.htm "Slip unions" are used when you have a need to take the pipes apart again. Like the couplings they are used to join two pipes together. However, unions have some special properties that allow them to be taken apart for repairs or for mobility. Once the pipes are connected to the two halfs of the union, they screw together (without the need for the pipes to turn) and include a washer to provide a water-tight seal. "Slip Unions" are used when joining to two smooth pipe ends together. The male and female union sections "cement" or "glue" onto the smooth pipe ends and then the union is screwed together to form the joint. All of our Schedule 40 fittings are NSF rated 14 & 61, which means they are certified for use with potable (drinking) water. Maximum temperature is 140°F.

Reducer Bushing for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Spig x Slip)

Reducer Bushing for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Spig x Slip)

Reducer Bushing for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Spig x Slip) Buy at:http://www.flexiblepvc.net/Reducer_Bushing_for_Schedule_40_PVC_Pipe_p/reducer-bushing-spigxslip.htm The most common configuration of the Schedule 40 reducer bushings is the "spig x slip" reducer bushing. Reducer bushings can fit your needs when your project requires the connection of pipes of two different diameters. These fittings are slightly different than couplings, although couplings can also connect two pipes of different sizes. Bushings, unlike couplings, tend to fit "inside" another fitting much like a "spigot" fitting, allowing the user to place the bushing into the larger fitting, thus reducing the diameter that the larger fitting requires. This bushing cements inside another fitting (the outer "spig" part of the fitting) allowing a smaller diameter pipe to be cemented into it (the inner "slip" part of the bushing). In this configuration, both connections are cemented or solvent welded together. So for example, a 2" x 1" Schedule 40 spig x slip reducer bushing would work like this -- the bushing would be glued into a fitting that accepts a smooth 2" pipe or fitting. Then a 1" smooth end pipe would be cemented into the bushing, allowing the 1 " pipe to fit into the 2" pipe. All of our Schedule 40 fittings are NSF rated 14 & 61, which means they are certified for use with potable (drinking) water. Maximum temperature is 140°F.

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