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  • P2-12-145 P2-12-145

P2-12-145

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3/8 Inch Hex Nipple Male Thread X Male Thread

Part #: P2-12-145

Brand: Universal

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Details

3/8 Inch Hex Nipple Male Thread X Male Thread

Installation Instructions
Step 1 Apply Teflon Tape or Pipe Joint Compound to The Male Threads.
Step 2 Screw the fitting in Hand Tight
Step 3 Using A Pipe Wrench Screw The Fitting down until tight
Step 4 Lester Says" Don't over tighten the nut"
Step 6 Turn on water and check for leaks Lester Says" If the fitting leaks turn off water then tighten the fitting 1 more turn.

Female Pipe fitting (Cut Away)

Male Pipe Fitting

 

Pipe Nipple

 

Specifications
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(B) All standard pipe threads are made to NPT the industry standard for maximum sealing capability.
Pipe fittings are sized by the inside diameter of the fitting and any standard
pipe of the same size will fit. (C)

Installations Instructions:
Step1: Wrap Teflon tape on male ends only and thread into the fitting or on to the pipe. (A)
Step 2: Using a pipe wrench tighten only enough to seal assembly.
Step 3: Check for leaks and continue to tighten if necessary.
Lester Says: "Do Not Over-Tighten as fitting may develop stress cracks"
Note: 3/4" Garden Hose fittings are not compatible with pipe fittings and will leak.
Applications Guidlines Brass Pipe:
1. Designed for use wit h water or air. It will resist rust and corrosion and can be buried.
2. Brass pipe should not be used with any other type of pipe or fitting except brass.
Lester Says: "Never use Brass pipe to deliver natural gas or other industrial gases or chemicals"
Applications Guidlines Brass Pipe:
1. Designed for use with water, air and other industrial gases or chemicals it will resist rust and corrosion.
2. Brass pipe can be used with any other type of pipe or fitting that matches its capability.
3. Brass pipe is used mainly for small special applications that require a versatile conduit.
Specifications:
Temperature: -65° F to +250° F
Working Pressure: 1000 PSI on all brass barstock and forged fittings and 125 PSI on cast and Brass fittings .
Thread Sizes on Pipe Thread Connections

Applications Guidlines Brass Pipe:
1. Designed for use with air, natural and other industrial gases only, it will resist rust and corrosion and it can be buried.
2. Brass pipe should not be used with any other type of pipe or fitting except brass.
Lester Says: "Never use Brass pipe for water lines or any liquid delivery system"
also "some Brass pipe must wrapped, check your local code requirements"
Specifications:
Temperature: -65° F to +250° F
Working Pressure: 135 PSI
Thread Sizes on Pipe Thread Connections

Applications Guidlines Stainless Steel Pipe:
1. Designed for use with corrosive chemicals and high temperatures. Also used for applications that require hygienic and inert qualities for food related uses.
2. Staniless Steel pipe should not be used with any other type of pipe or fitting.
Specifications:
Temperature: -65° F to +350° F
Working Pressure: 1500 PSI
Thread Sizes on Pipe Thread Connections