With tapered grooves cut into the ends of a run of pipe, screwed pipe and screwed fittings can be easily assembled without welding or other permanent means of attachment. Screwed pipe and it's mating fittings will have threads that are either male or female. Male threads are cut into the outside of a pipe or fitting, whereas female threads are cut into the inside of the fitting.
As screwed pipe and fittings are assembled, a short length of pipe is drawn into the fitting. This connection length is called a threaded engagement. When drawing and dimensioning the screwed pipe, a piping drafter must be aware of this lost length of pipe. As the diameter of the pipe increases, so will the length of the thread engagement.
Features of Screwed Threaded Fittings
• Perfect finish
• Low maintenance
• Anti-abrasive properties
• Made as per the international standards
• Accurate dimensions
Specifications Of Threaded / Screwed Fittings
ASME 16.11, MSS SP-79, 83, 95, 97, BS 3799
1/4"" NB to 48" NB
SA 105, ASTM A 182 F 304/304L, A 182 F 316/316L, A 182 F 310/310L, A 182 F 347/347L
1000 LBS, 2000 LBS, 3000 LBS, 6000 LBS, 9000 LBS
Socketweld Fittings, Forged Body
Black paint,Black Paint ( Glossy / Mat Finish ), Galvanized ( Hotdip / Electrode), Epoxy Coated, 3PE, FBE