FPT FPT Bulkhead (1/2″)



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1/2" FPT FPT Bulkhead A 1/2" FPT (Female Pipe Thread) FPT Bulkhead is a type of fitting that is commonly used in plumbing and piping applications. The bulkhead features two female pipe threads, one on each end, which allows for easy connection to pipes or other fittings. The device is typically made of durable materials, such as brass or stainless steel, which provides excellent resistance to corrosion and rust. One of the main benefits of the 1/2" FPT FPT Bulkhead is its versatility. It can be used in a variety of applications, including water treatment, irrigation, and industrial processes. The device is also suitable for use in harsh environments, as it is resistant to corrosion and rust. Another advantage of the 1/2" FPT FPT Bulkhead is its ease of installation. The bulkhead features a threaded design, which allows for quick and easy connection to pipes and other fittings. This can reduce the time and cost associated with plumbing and piping projects. The 1/2" FPT FPT Bulkhead is also designed for durability and long-lasting performance. The high-quality materials used in its construction provide excellent resistance to corrosion and rust, ensuring a long service life with minimal maintenance requirements. In conclusion, the 1/2" FPT FPT Bulkhead is a versatile and reliable fitting that is commonly used in plumbing and piping applications. Its threaded design and durable construction make it an ideal choice for a range of industries, including water treatment, agriculture, and industrial processes. The bulkhead's ease of installation and resistance to corrosion and rust ensure that it will provide long-lasting performance in a variety of applications. LIFEGARD® Bulkhead Fittings Custom installations are easier and safer with all parts included in convenient kits. Heavy wall bulkhead is molded of highest impact resistant PVC eliminating possibility of finding hidden cracks when filling aquarium. Versatile spigot screen will just press into place. The exclusive Fit x Insert 90 degree elbow dramatically reduces wall clearance requirements. Use together with spigot suction screen inside tank to adjust water level. Use elbow alone as return directional jet on inside of tank. LIFEGARD® Multi-Purpose Bulkhead Fittings & Kits Stock color is jet black to match acrylic tank backgrounds. Available in 1/2³, 3/4³, 1³, 1 ½ and 2 Also available as kits: bulkhead fitting, gasket, lock nut, 90 degree Fit x Insert elbow, strainer and installation instructions. Product Detail Video: https://youtu.be/5HFkD_wRJOM  
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Under $25
1 lbs
5 × 5 × 5 in


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