A Half Thread Pipe Coupling refers to a steel coupling with only one threaded end, and the other end of the coupling should be a butt welded end. The threaded end can be NPT or BSP standard thread. The butt weld end can be a flat end or a beveled end. It can help the connection between the externally threaded end tube and the unthreaded end tube.
When installing this coupling on site, both ends should be in the correct orientation.
Standard: ASME B16.11 ,Class3000/Class600, BS EN10241
Material: Available in a complete range of Carbon Steels, Stainless Steels, Alloy Steels and Non-ferrous metals certified to ASTM, ASME, and Military standards.
Sizes: 1/8”- 12” in Class 3000 and 1/8”- 8”in Class 6000
Also 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)
Also available in other thread forms: NPTF, NPSC, BSPT, BSPP and in any combination.
Left hand threads available upon request.
This Half Thread Pipe Coupling is a threaded pipe connection that is the most common type of pipe in industry and life. This threaded joint makes the connection of the pipe easier and makes it easier to disassemble and replace, which greatly saves the cost of the pipe connection. It is die-cast from zinc alloy and is galvanized or chrome-plated; it has a compact structure and high strength. It can be used to connect metal hoses to threaded steel tubes or to externally threaded devices.
1. The joint has high strength and good ductility, and can fully exert the strength and ductility of the steel base material. The joint performance meets the Class I joint standard in JGJ107-2003 and can be broken in the base metal.
2, the connection is convenient, fast and easy to operate.
3, detection is convenient and intuitive.