Galvanised Fittings Pipe Socket BSP Threaded
Pipe fittings are an essential piece of any piping system. They provide the crucial link between two pieces of pipe, and allow for a variety of different configurations. There are many different types of pipe fittings available on the market, but the most common is the pipe socket.
A pipe socket is a fitting that attaches to the end of a pipe. It has a hole in the center that allows another piece of pipe to be inserted into it. The two pieces are then held together by a clamp or by welding. Pipe sockets are available in a variety of different sizes and materials, depending on the application.
Pipe sockets are most commonly used in plumbing and irrigation applications. They provide a quick and easy way to connect two pieces of pipe, and can be easily removed if necessary.
Galvanised Fittings Features
- Application: General low pressure air and water
- Material: Malleable Cast Iron to ASTM A-197, ASTM A47
- Design standard: EN 10242 : 1994
- Suitable for water application used in general, irrigation and rural services, compressed air pipes and fuel and gas lines utilities
- Working Pressure: 150PSI
- Plating Standard: ISO 1461 – Hot dip galvanised coating on fabricated iron and steel articles
- Thread: ISO 1 – Pipe thread where pressure-tight joints are made on the thread
- Comply with Australian Standards
GAL MAL – PIPE SOCKET SPECS
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