Discussion in 'General Plumbing Help' started by frodo, Jan 24, 2017.
NPT is National Pipe Thread, NSPT is National Straight Pipe Thread.
I sent a carpenter down to the shop to get some 2-inch pipe threaded on the machine. I forgot that we own some straight thread dies in 1-1/2 and 2-inch NSPT. We use straight thread on lookout handrails, built from 1957 to 1961, when industrial railing was first specified.
Any way, the Carpenter thought NSPT would mean National Standard Pipe Thread. And, made up a bunch of runs with that thread. Project took an extra day.
Hi all.. I'm not sure if this is the right thread...
I needed some help finding this type of connection...
It is for a foot spa drain. 1 1/2" drain with very little clearance to the floor
do not know if this will help you or not
My name is Ken, and I recently joined this forum. I couldn't find an intro page so thought i'd leave a message here!
Welcome to the mad house
Ken, why does your listing show you from USA, but your IP address confirms you are from Punjab, Pakistan. You wouldn't be trying to toss in some spam onto us, would you?
Could be using a VPN.
Hello everyone, yes I am using a VPN, is that not allowed here?
Everyone is welcome, but spam or redirects are not. Your choice. Welcome aboard.
I think VPN's are becoming more common.
I use one occasionally but have it set for NY.
FIP and MIP are tapered.
Unsolicited commercial Ads are not welcomed.
this is really a helpful thread!
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