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Sioux Chief Bouchon de compression 3/8 po en laiton sans plomb

Modèle nº 907-491001|Nº UGS 1001000511

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Modèle # 907-491001 Internet # 1001000511

Ce raccord compression en laiton sans plomb est idéal pour une utilisation avec des tuyaux en cuivre, en laiton, en aluminium ou en plastique pour l'essence, la graisse, l'huile, l'eau et les conduites d'air. Le choix d'un raccord compression en laiton sans plomb garantit la sécurité et la tranquillité d'esprit pour les années à venir. Il n'est pas recommandé avec de la tubulure en acier.

  1. Le laiton durable et sans plomb est un excellent choix, tous les fils étant fabriqués selon les normes de qualité et les tolérances les plus élevées
  1. Le laiton sans plomb ne doit pas dépasser une moyenne pondérée de 0,25% de plomb lorsqu'il est utilisé par rapport aux surfaces mouillées des tuyaux et des raccords de tuyauterie et de plomberie.
  1. Le raccord à compression est facile à utiliser pour les entrepreneurs et les bricoleurs

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
5
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
3
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
3
Poids assemblé (en livres)
0.04
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
0.04
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
0.5
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
0.5

Détails

Entretien des installations
Non
Matériau
Laiton
Nombre d'articles dans l'emballage
1
Pays d'origine
US-United States
Raccord
À compression
Taille
3/8
Taille du raccord
3/8
Type de raccord
Casquette
Utilisation
Huile, À air

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Bouchon de compression 3/8 po en laiton sans plombSioux Chief Bouchon de compression 3/8 po en laiton sans plombCe raccord compression en laiton sans plomb est idéal pour une utilisation avec des tuyaux en cuivre, en laiton, en aluminium ou en plastique pour l'essence, la graisse, l'huile, l'eau et les conduites d'air. Le choix d'un raccord compression en laiton sans plomb garantit la sécurité et la tranquillité d'esprit pour les années à venir. Il n'est pas recommandé avec de la tubulure en acier.
Sioux Chief
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Bouchon de compression 3/8 po en laiton sans plomb est évalué 3.2 de 5 de 23.
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Rated 4 de 5 de par How to make it work! Buy a box of "00" (trade size) or 1/2" dia. flat rubber valve washers. Place washer in cap and screw on. No leaks!
Date de publication: 2014-03-30
Rated 4 de 5 de par Needs rubber washer Thanks "Fixer" for your review. I purchased the rubber washers when I bought the caps. No leaks. I wonder why they don't sell the cap with a washer, since it won't work otherwise.
Date de publication: 2014-06-11
Rated 1 de 5 de par Not a working compression fitting I bought this as a temporary measure to seal off my dishwasher inlet line connection so that I could use my sink while I waited for a new drain hose. The valve outlet leaked, so I pulled it off and looked again. It's not a compression fitting because it doesn't have anything that compresses (rubber washer, ferrule, etc.). Putting Teflon tape on won't help as it's only used on tapered fittings where the thread itself does the sealing. Am going to try buying the rubber washer suggested by Fixer to turn this into a compression fitting...
Date de publication: 2016-05-24
Rated 4 de 5 de par Works well when used with a rubber washer. Use an 1/2" 00 flat washer as Fixer suggested (see review below) and it works well. Why isn't there a washer included?
Date de publication: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 de 5 de par Works great, with a 6mm beveled washer I bought 4 of these to cap off old supply lines during a reno. You can't use them just by themselves. You need a beveled washer, just like in the connectors. Actual OD is 1/2 for a 3/8 cap. Make sure the bevel faces the connection.
Date de publication: 2020-07-25
Rated 1 de 5 de par Leaks, no good This should have a rubber washer at the end to make the seal. As is, it leaks. Adding teflon tape does not help.
Date de publication: 2014-05-10
Rated 2 de 5 de par Needs a gasket! The first thing I noticed in the store was that there was no gasket or washer included with this. If you understand how compression fittings work, it's intuitively obvious that this particular item needs one. I asked the associate in the plumbing aisle about it, and he said I should use teflon tape. As if that's a viable solution, working under a sink in a cramped dark space with all kinds of plumbing and whatnot in the way. You can barely see the fitting in the situation I was working, much less get your fingers around it. And you're supposed to wrap teflon tape around the thing without making a mess of it? And then, when it's time to take the cap off and reconnect a supply line, you have to screw around trying to get all that teflon tape off again so it won't interfere with the compression fitting. The whole idea of a compression fitting is that you shouldn't have to use anything to seal the threads, because it seals automatically internally. Evidently some pointy-haired boss at Watts decided that they could save millions of dollars by not including a little rubber disk to make their product work right without a hassle. I asked the associate if they had any gasket or washer that I could buy separately, and he said they didn't have anything that small. Fortunately, I had one at home, so I got this to work anyway. The only reason I would recommend this product is that there doesn't seem to be any alternative available, and you can make it work by supplying your own washer. But the people at Watts should get their act together.
Date de publication: 2015-01-18
Rated 1 de 5 de par THIS CAP DOES NOT SEAL! AND TEFLON TAPE DOESN't WORK THIS CAP DOES NOT SEAL! AND TEFLON TAPE DOESN't WORK. Wish I had read the reviews - headed to local ACE this morning
Date de publication: 2016-06-02
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Does it need a washer gasket to prevent leaking? What’s the size of the washer?

Posée par: Ryan
1. This is part of a group of compression fittings. Compression fittings form a water tight seal using a piece of copper shaped roughly like an inverse egg timer. The copper insert is wide in the middle forcing it to be compressed between the 2 pieces you are joining together. 2. This actual piece you are asking about is an end cap. I tend to wrap the male threads the end caps is screwing onto with 3 to 5 layers of Teflon tape. 3. You should be able to start screwing the end cap on by hand and only use wrenches to tighten the connections. This is so you don't cross thread it. (Put it on crocked using a wrench and damage the threads.) 4. If you are having a hard time picturing what I've described ask the plumbing associate to show you in store. You may have to wait a few minutes while they serve another customer. But once you see this done I doubt you'll forgot it for the rest of your life.
Répondue par: rpiggott
Date de publication: 2020-11-10
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