Product Name: Brass Male and Female Nipple
Connection: Male; Female
Size: 1/2''F, 3/4''F, 1"F
Surface Treatment: Natural; Nickel Plated
Certificate: ISO9001: 2015; CE; ISO 14001
Warranty time: 5 years
Offer sample: Available
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 solvent is applied to PVC, CPVC, ABS or other plastic piping to partially dissolve and fuse the adjacent surfaces of piping and fitting. Solvent welding is usually used with a sleeve-type joint to connect pipe and fittings made of the same (or compatible) material.
Unlike metal welding, solvent welding is relatively easy to perform (although care is needed to make reliable joints). Solvents typically used for plastics are usually toxic and may be carcinogenic and flammable, requiring adequate ventilation.
To make a
To make a solder connection, a chemical flux is applied to the inner sleeve of a joint and the pipe is inserted. The joint is then heated using a propane or MAPP gas torch, solder is applied to the heated joint and the molten solder is drawn into the joint by capillary action as the flux vaporizes. "Sweating" is a term sometimes used to describe the soldering of pipe joints.
Where many connections must be made in a short period of time (such as plumbing of a new building), soldering is quicker and less expensive joinery than compression or flare fittings. A degree of skill is needed to make a number of reliable soldered joints quickly. If flux residue is thoroughly cleaned, soldering can produce a long-lasting connection at low cost. However, the use of an open flame for heating joints can present fire and health hazards to building occupants, and requires adequate ventilation.