OEM/ODM China Die Formed Graphite Ring for New Zealand Importers
OEM/ODM China Die Formed Graphite Ring for New Zealand Importers Detail:
Die formed graphite packing ring is made of pure flexible graphite ,or Graphite with inconel /SS316/Brass wire reinforced.
Performance and Features
- Perfect self lubricant performance.
- High elasticity coefficiency.
- Scope of Application
Working temperature:~200~400℃(200~800℃ under non-oxidation atmosphere)
Density:1.4 ~ 1.6 g/cm3
Product detail pictures:
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This video covers how to connect pipes of different materials.
If you haven’t already watched my video “How to cut out a rotted out waste nipple,” I recommend you check it out before viewing this one. You can find this video here:
After I remove a broken nipple I’ll always try to match up that nipple to the old one which makes putting everything back together simple.
But what if you don’t have an identical match to the nipple you removed or just want to transition to a different material i.e.: copper, brass tubing or PVC?
You can accomplish this through the use of no-hub couplings a.k.a. frenco couplings. These couplings are typically used to joint cast iron waste pipe but over the years the manufacturers figured out that they can be made to joint several different materials together, which in the service and repair world, makes life sweet!
Different manufacturers generally use their own designations to identify which materials the couplings will transition to and that’s usually a combination of letters and numbers i.e.: CK115, T150, T250 etc.
These couplings are very handy when making on the spot repairs and over the years I’ve come up with a combination of couplings that I always have on hand to get the job done.
I did a video titled “Connecting different Pipe materials” where I go into a little more detail on how they work and if you have a minute I suggest you check it out.
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