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Pipe Plug, Mechanical, 0.75 In
- Item # 2HCF3
- Mfr. Model # 269867
- UNSPSC # 40142313
- Catalog Page # 3934
- Shipping Weight 0.08 lbs.
- ItemPipe Plug
- 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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I’m looking for expansion plug which will be resistance to diesel fuel. Meet this item this requirement?
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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