Is a soldered fitting better then a threaded fitting?
Depends on what you are doing. soldered is for copper water lines. Threaded can be for water, gas, or anything else.
3 people found this useful
Were what fitted............?
Using a non acid type of flux and a solder lead / tin heating the heavier metal first as it acts like a heat sink
Use a flare nut wrench, and hold whatever it is screwed into from turning to prevent damaging the tubing
Certainly look up Flagg Flow T.P Fittings T.P thread-less copper fittings will FIT on schedule 40/80 /120 Brass pipe Ideally it should be brazed but soldering will hold dom…estic water pressures Also many solder fittings ARE CAST BRASS rather then wrought copper
No. Can you extend the pipe on one side so you do have room? Cut it back and put in a longer piece on one side or the other?
Of course BUT if your dealing with Yellow brass instead of red brass it just takes a little more effort
Clean the ends of the pipe and the fitting with either a wire brush for the size pipe, sand paper or emery cloth or steel wool. It really doesn't matter as long as you get rid… of the surface film. Put a thin film of flux on each piece, assemble and solder. Try not to touch the pipe or fittings with your fingers because oil from your skin can make it harder to get a good flow with the solder.
The only cars that I am positive have 1.25 thread pitch is the following; 350z, 370z, G35, G37, and sti's.
Take either an SOS pad or a wire brush and rough up both the inside of the brass fitting and outside of copper pipe, put the copper pipe into the fitting and solder around it.…
This is a question with no clear answer; it depends on what you define as "best fit" and the answer can be different depending on the version of the Operating System you are t…alking about and the application that uses it.
no, but cheese will fit in your mouth if u cut it into bite sized peices.
Is it better using welded fittings or threaded fittings on 2 inch piping for inert gas distribution networks?
If you have a lot to install i would weld. 2 in. is a very big pipe to screw together
Yes it does, taking in the consideration that you have an integrated scooter deck.
Flared fittings use a flare and a nipple for the sealing surface.The threads do not serve any purpose as to actually sealinganything. The threads merely hold the flare of the …one fittingtogether tightly with the nipple of the other fitting to create aseal.