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Brass Screw Fittings For Plumbing Pipe

Brass Female Cap

Product Name: Brass Female Cap
Type: Straight
Material: Brass
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Product Name: Brass Female Cap

Type: Straight

Material: Brass

Connection: Female

Technics: Forged

Size: 1/2''F, 3/4''F, 1''F

Surface Treatment: Natural; Nickel Plated


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Additional information:

Certificate: ISO9001: 2015; CE; ISO 14001 

Warranty time: 5 years

Offer sample: Available

MOQ: 1000pcs

OEM: Acceptable

FOB Price(Ningbo): USD 0.60 - USD 3.10

Delivery time: in 20 days after down payment

Port: Ningbo Port or Shanghai Port

Packing: ploy bag+inner box+export carton+4 packing belts

Offer samples: Yes





A threaded pipe has a screw thread at one or both ends for assembly. Steel pipe is often joined with threaded connections; tapered threads are cut into the end of the pipe, sealant is applied in the form of thread-sealing compound or thread seal tape(also known as PTFE or Teflon tape) and the pipe is threaded into a threaded fitting with a pipe wrench.

Threaded steel pipe is widely used in buildings to convey natural gas or propane fuel, and is a popular choice in fire sprinklersystems due to its resistance to mechanical damage and high heat. Threaded steel pipe may still be used in high-security locations, because it is more resistant to vandalism, more difficult to remove, and its scrap value is lower than copper or brass.

in older installations, threaded brass pipe was similarly used, and was considered superior to steel for drinking water, because it was more resistant to corrosion.

Assembling threaded steel pipe takes skill and planning to allow lengths of pipe to be screwed together in sequence. Most threaded-pipe systems require the use of strategically located pipe-union fittings in final assembly. Threaded steel pipe is heavy, and requires adequate attachment to support surfaces. Despite its thick walls steel pipe is no longer preferred for conveying drinking water, because corrosion can cause leakage especially at threaded joints, and deposits on internal surfaces will eventually restrict flow.