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Nipple Closed Brass 1in ProTool

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  • Crafted from durable brass, it ensures long-lasting, safe water connections.
  • Specifically designed for Schedule 40 plumbing applications.
  • With a convenient 1.3-inch length and male threaded connection, it is your reliable plumbing solution.

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Item #: 150-138  UPC : 00669893057333  MPN : 28134



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1" x Close Brass Nipple (Lead Free). 

Crafted from high-quality brass, this nipple ensures durability and reliability for your plumbing needs. Measuring at a convenient 1.3 inches in length, it's designed for Schedule 40 applications, making it a versatile addition to your plumbing projects.

What sets this nipple apart is its lead-free composition, guaranteeing the safety of your water supply. The male threaded, close design provides a secure and hassle-free connection, allowing you to easily incorporate it into your plumbing systems. Whether you're working on a DIY project or a professional plumbing job, this brass nipple is the ideal choice to ensure a seamless and high-quality plumbing experience. Invest in the best for your plumbing needs and enjoy peace of mind with this lead-free, top-quality 1" x Close Brass Nipple.

Size:  1"

Product Type:  Brass Nipple

Application:  Schedule 40

Material:  Brass

Length (Inches):  1.3"  Close

Lead Free: Yes

Thread Type:  Male

Connection Type:  Threaded

Nipple is used to connect fittings, housings

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