Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt
Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt for PVC Pipe
Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Fitting


 
NSF Rated Fittings
Union for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe - "O"- ring type (Fipt x Fipt)


Item# Item Name List Price Qty Add
Schedule-40-FiptxFipt-Union-.5 Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt - 1/2" (458-005)
$2.98
Schedule-40-FiptxFipt-Union-.7 Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt - 3/4" (458-007)
$4.96
Schedule-40-FiptxFipt-Union-1 Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt - 1" (458-010)
$6.78
Schedule-40-FiptxFipt-Union-15 Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt - 1.5" (458-015)
$11.88
Schedule-40-FiptxFipt-Union-2 Schedule 40 Union Fipt x Fipt - 2" (458-020)
$14.61
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Features:
  • Fipt x Fipt unions are used when you have a need to take the pipes apart again.
  • Unions have some special properties that allow them to be taken apart for repairs or for mobility.
  • Once the pipes are connected to the two halves of the union, they screw together (without the need for the pipes to turn) and include a washer to provide a water-tight seal.
  • A FIPT/FIPT union has female threads on both sides, meaning that your pipe will need to have male threads on both sides.
  • Once the union sections are connected to the pipes, the union is screwed together to form the joint.




Technical Specs:

Type of Fitting Union (Fipt x Fipt)
Pipe Size See Chart Below for Sizes
Material PVC Type 1, Cell Classification 12454
Schedule 40
Max Temp (F) 140
Color White
Standards NSF-14 & NSF-61
Compliance Certified for use in potable water applications




Product Description:
Fipt x Fipt unions are used when you have a need to take the pipes apart again. Like couplings they are used to join two pipes together. However, unions have some special properties that allow them to be taken apart for repairs or for mobility. Once the pipes are connected to the two halfs of the union, they screw together (without the need for the pipes to turn) and include a washer to provide a water-tight seal. If both pipes have threads on the end, you will need a FIPT/FIPT union or threaded union. The abbreviations simply stand for female inside pipe thread. A FIPT/FIPT union has female threads on both sides, meaning that your pipe will need to have male threads on both sides. Once the union sections are connected to the pipes, the union is screwed together to form the joint. All of our Schedule 40 fittings are NSF rated 14 & 61, which means they are certified for use with potable (drinking) water. Maximum temperature is 140 degrees F.


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4 of 5 June 14, 2018
Reviewer: John Mullen from LaGrange, IN United States  
As I expected it to be

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