Full Thread Pipe Coupling means that both ends of the steel pipe joint are threaded. It can be a joint that is threaded only at both ends, or it can be a threaded joint on the entire inner wall, which are referred to as full fittings.
Sometimes the threads on both ends may be different, one end is BSP and the other end is NPT. This design makes it possible to use pipes with different types of threaded ends. Therefore, when installing, the user should check if the direction is correct.
Standard: ASME B16.11,Class3000/Class600,BS EN10241
Material: Available in carbon steels,stainless steels,alloy steels and non-ferrous metals certified to ASTM,ASME Standard.
Sizes: 1/8″-12″ in Class 3000 and 1/8″- 8″ in Class 6000
Available in 1/8 – 8″ in 150 # and 1/8″- 4″ in Class 9000 and in special lengths
Threads: American National Standard Taper Pipe Threads
NPT (ANSI/ASME B1.20.1-1983)
Available in other thread forms: NPTF, NPSC, BSPT, BSPP and in any combination.
Left hand threads available upon request.
1. The Full Thread Pipe Coupling makes the Unicom pipe easier, and the dismantling repairer also greatly reduces the difficulty and effectively saves the cost of the pipe connection.
2. They are very convenient and fast to use, and there is no operational difficulty. It does not need to use electricity, gas, fire and other auxiliary when connecting the pipeline, and there is no special construction requirement, which greatly improves the efficiency of the work.
3. The use of threaded pipe couplings will not cause oil leakage, etc., and the safety performance is also high.