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Brass Screw Fittings For Plumbing Pipe

Brass Male Cap

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

Type: Straight

Material: Brass

Connection: Male

Technics: Forged

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

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






Compression fittings (sometimes called "lock-bush fittings") consist of a tapered, concave conical seat; a hollow, barrel-shaped compression ring (sometimes called a ferrule); and a compression nut which is threaded onto the body of the fitting and tightened to make a leakproof connection. They are typically made of brass or plastic, but stainless steel or other materials may be used.

Although compression connections are less durable than sweated connections, they are easy to install with simple tools. However, they take longer to install than sweated joints and sometimes require re-tightening to stop slow leaks which may develop over time. Because of this possible leakage, they are generally restricted to accessible locations (such as under a kitchen or bathroom sink), and are prohibited in concealed locations such as the interiors of walls.

Flared connectors should not be confused with compression connectors, with which they are generally not interchangeable. Lacking a compression ring, they use a tapered conical shaped connection instead. A specialized flaring tool is used to enlarge tubing into a 45º tapered bell shape matching the projecting shape of the flare fitting.[13]:82 The flare nut, which had previously been installed over the tubing, is then tightened over the fitting to force the tapered surfaces tightly together. Flare connectors are typically made of brass or plastic, but stainless steel or other materials may be used.

Although flare connections are labor-intensive, they are durable and reliable. Considered more secure against leaks and sudden failure, they are used in hydraulic brake systems, and in other high-pressure, high-reliability applications.