Pipe coupling


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Pipe coupling

In plumbing work, a short collar consisting of a threaded sleeve used to connect two pipes.

coupling

coupling
A short internally threaded section of pipe, used to join two pipes or conduits.
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Screw the pipe coupling onto the other end of the hose extension.
Dresser has been a key supplier of products to the natural gas industry since 1880 when Solomon Dresser first supplied the pipe couplings that made it possible to transport natural gas over long distances.
The use of a front-loaded shaft seal in a design in which the pipe couplings are mounted on the pump housing means there is no need to disconnect or remove the pump for inspection or maintenance.
pipe segments plus a handful of pipe couplings are all you need for the extra-long or extra-wide job.
A temperature-sensitive artificial muscle appears in many products, such as automatic shut-off valves in shower-heads and teakettles, medical stents, and pipe couplings and fasteners.
FOR A COMPANY THAT PRODUCES 16 million pipe couplings that connect 160 million feet of pipe every year, all efficiency gains, whether large or small, count a great deal.