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Pipe Plug, Mechanical, 0.75 In

CHERNE INDUSTRIES

Price: $5.56 / each

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  • Item # 2HCF3
  • Mfr. Model # 269867
  • UNSPSC # 40142313
  • Catalog Page # 3931
  • Shipping Weight 0.08 lbs.
Country of Origin TaiwanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemPipe Plug
  • TypeMechanical
  • Nominal Size3/4"
  • Min. Dia.0.72"
  • Max. Diameter0.87"
  • Max. Back Pressure415 ft. of Head
  • Deflated Size2.07"L x 0.70"D
  • Material of ConstructionRubber
  • For Use InPlugging And Testing Water Lines And Stub Outs

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    How does this plug seal? Can I use it for an old heavy wall 3/4" copper pipe?

    I'd like to use this to plug an old pipe that has a couple feet of water head height behind it. However after the line is plugged can I remove the top part #the flared out wing nut#? I'd like to put it down a couple inches into the pipe itself.
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    Unfortunately the wing nut is what causes this plug to expand. If it is removed, the plug will come back to its’ original size and will be loose in the pipe.

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