What's special about these PVC adapters?
- Allows you to connect PVC pipes to each other or transition to metal or copper pipes
- Equipped with double sided ends; one end is threaded, and the other is solvent weldable, so you can connect conduit in either way
- Meets all standards for: UL 651, NEMA TC3 and NEC Article 352, UL Control # 93G7, Rigid PVC
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Using a PVC threaded female adapter allows you to transition from more expensive copper pipes to PVC for jobs such as sprinklers and irrigation, where you need a solid, leak proof connection but not the expensive copper conduit.
|CTX-5140043||Cantex Rigid PVC Gray 1/2" Female Adapter|
|CTX-5140044||Cantex Rigid PVC Gray 3/4" Female Adapter|
|CTX-5140045||Cantex Rigid PVC Gray 1" Female Adapter|
|CTX-5140046||Cantex Rigid PVC Gray 1-1/4" Female Adapter|
|CTX-5140048||Cantex Rigid PVC Gray 2" Female Adapter|
- To connect a PVC pipe to a metal pipe, you need to transition by connecting a threaded PVC female adapter to a copper male threaded adapter
- Provides a solid, watertight seal to coupled pipe ends
- UL 651 (8" adapter not UL listed)
- NEC Article 352
- Meets NEMA TC3
- CSA Certified
- 1 year manufacturer’s warranty - PDF
Ideal for use:
- Electrical Metallic Conduit
- Electrical Non-Metallic Conduit
- Sprinkler systems
- New and Retrofit Applications
Female Adapter Dimensions
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Difference between Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 Conduit
The difference between Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 lies in the thickness of the wall of the piping. The Schedule 40 has a thinner wall than the Schedule 80 piping even when dealing with the same size pipe. Because the pipes are the same size on the outside, the difference lies in the interior. They will differ by inside diameter.
A 1" (25.4 mm) Schedule 40 pipe will have an outside diameter of 1.315" (33.4 mm) and an inside diameter of 1.029" (26.1 mm). A 1" (25.4 mm) Schedule 80 pipe will have an outside diameter of 1.315" (33.4 mm) and an inside diameter of 0.936" (23.8 mm).
They will look identical from the exterior. The reason for the difference is that thicker piping allows for larger pressure. Thinner piping and fittings however are less expensive typically.
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