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PVC Pressure Pipe Fittings & Flanges

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Polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, pipe fittings and flanges connect with pipe to transport potable water, corrosive liquids, and sewage in industrial and commercial applications. Pressure-rated fittings have a numbered schedule rating. The higher schedule number indicates a thicker, stronger wall to handle higher pressures. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100. PVC is a strong thermoplastic that resists ultraviolet (UV), acids, alkalis, oils, and many corrosive inorganic chemicals, making it resistant to the corrosive effects of sewage. Lightweight PVC is nonflammable with good electrical insulation properties, and its smooth interior walls resist scaling. PVC fittings and flanges come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Threaded x Threaded Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Threaded x Threaded Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings
Threaded x threaded Schedule 40 fittings are threaded on all connection ends. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside of a fitting and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 40 fittings have thinner walls than Schedule 80.

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Hex Head Cap

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Socket x Threaded Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Socket x Threaded Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings
Socket x threaded Schedule 40 fittings include one socket (hub or slip) end and one threaded end. Socket ends require glue or adhesive to secure connection. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside of a fitting and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 40 fittings have thinner walls than Schedule 80.

Spigot x Threaded Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Spigot x Threaded Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings
Spigot x threaded Schedule 40 fittings include one spigot (or street) end and a threaded end. The spigot end connects to another fitting and requires glue or adhesive for a secure seal. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 40 fittings have thinner walls than Schedule 80.

Spigot x Spigot Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Spigot x Spigot Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Spigot x spigot Schedule 40 fittings include spigots, also called street ends, on both ends to fit inside sockets on other fittings. Spigots require glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Spigot ends are needed when a fitting connects to another fitting. Schedule 40 fittings are thinner than Schedule 80. 

Socket x Spigot Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Socket x Spigot Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings
Socket x spigot Schedule 40 fittings include a socket (hub or slip) end that fits over a pipe and a spigot (also known as street) end that fits inside a socket. A spigot connects to another fitting (not directly to a pipe) and must be sealed with solvent cement. Schedule 40 fittings have thinner walls and are not recommended for high-pressure applications.

Socket x Socket Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Socket x Socket Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings
Socket x socket Schedule 40 fittings, also called slip or hub fittings, include socket ends on all fitting connection ends. The socket ends fit over the end of a PVC pipe and require glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Schedule 40 fittings have thinner walls than Schedule 80.

Threaded Saddle Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings

Threaded Saddle Schedule 40 Pipe Fittings
Threaded saddle Schedule 40 fittings only connect to saddle fittings with a threaded end. Saddle fittings are half-moon shaped and thread into PVC pipe. Schedule 40 fittings have thinner walls than Schedule 80.

Socket Saddle Schedule 40 Tap Saddle Tees

Socket Saddle Schedule 40 Tap Saddle Tees
Socket saddle Schedule 40 PVC fittings are two-piece clamps that fit onto existing pipe to provide a branch line. The socket ends require pipe cement to secure connections.

Threaded Saddle Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Threaded Saddle Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Threaded saddle Schedule 80 PVC fittings allow additions of branch lines to an existing pipe system. These two-piece clamps connect to pipe and provide a threaded branch line. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40 fittings.

Threaded x Threaded Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Threaded x Threaded Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Threaded x threaded Schedule 80 fittings are threaded on all connection ends. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside of a fitting and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Socket x Threaded Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Socket x Threaded Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Socket x threaded Schedule 80 fittings include one socket (hub or slip) end and one threaded end. Socket ends require glue or adhesive to secure connection. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside of a fitting and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Spigot x Threaded Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Spigot x Threaded Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Spigot x threaded Schedule 80 fittings include one spigot (or street) end and one threaded end. Spigots connect to another fitting and require glue or adhesive for a tight seal. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside of a fitting and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Spigot x Spigot Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Spigot x Spigot Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Spigot x spigot Schedule 80 fittings include spigots, also called street ends, on both ends to fit inside sockets on other fittings. Spigots require glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Spigot ends are needed when a fitting connects to another fitting. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Socket x Spigot Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Socket x Spigot Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Socket x spigot Schedule 80 fittings include a socket (hub or slip) end that fits over a pipe and a spigot (also known as street) end that fits inside a socket. The spigot end is needed when a fitting connects to another fitting. These fittings require glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Socket x Socket Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Socket x Socket Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Socket x socket Schedule 80 fittings, also called slip or hub fittings, include socket ends that fit over the ends of pipe. These fittings require glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Threaded x Threaded Schedule 80 Flanges

Threaded x Threaded Schedule 80 Flanges
Threaded x threaded Schedule 80 flanges are threaded on all connection ends. Female threads are on the inside of a fitting. Male threads are on the outside of a fitting and screw into the female threads. Threaded connections use PTFE tape to secure seal. Schedule 80 flanges have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Blind Schedule 80 Flanges

Blind Schedule 80 Flanges
Blind flanges, also called blank flanges, seal the end of piping systems or pressure vessel openings. These flanges help test the flow of gas or liquid through a pipe. Blind flanges typically have a raised, flat, or RTJ (ring-type joint) face. Schedule 80 flanges have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Socket x Socket Schedule 80 Flanges

Socket x Socket Schedule 80 Flanges
Socket x socket Schedule 80 fittings, also called slip or hub fittings, include socket ends on all fitting connection ends. The socket ends fit over the end of a PVC pipe and requires glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Spigot x Spigot Schedule 80 Flanges

Spigot x Spigot Schedule 80 Flanges
Spigot x spigot Schedule 80 flanges include spigots, also called street ends, on both ends to fit inside sockets on other fittings. Spigots require glue or adhesive to secure the connection. Spigot ends are necessary when a flange connects to another flange (not directly to a pipe). Schedule 80 flanges have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.

Compression x Compression Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings

Compression x Compression Schedule 80 Pipe Fittings
Compression x compression Schedule 80 fittings temporarily repair new or existing pipelines and include metal friction rings, iron nuts, and rubber gaskets. They do not require soldering or gluing, but are not as resistant to vibration as soldered or welded fittings. Schedule 80 fittings have thicker walls than Schedule 40, but not as thick as Schedule 100.
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