GO Black Steel Cap Range Scr BSP BS EN 10241

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GO Black Steel Cap Range Scr BSP BS EN 10241

Caps, usually liquid- or gas-tight, cover the otherwise open end of a pipe. A cap attaches to the exterior of a pipe, and may have a solvent-weld socket end or a female-threaded interior. The exterior of an industrial cap may be round, square, rectangular, U- or I-shaped, or may have a handgrip. If a solvent-weld cap is used to provide for a future connection point, several inches of pipe must be left before the cap; when the cap is cut off for the future connection, enough pipe must remain to allow a new fitting to be glued onto it.

Specification

  • BS EN 10241 “Steel Threaded Pipe Fittings, Screwed BSP Thread”.
  • Australian Standard 1074 “Steel Tubes and Tubulars Threaded or suitable for Threading with Pipe Threads of Whitworth Form”.
  • Australian Standard 1650 “Galvanised Coatings on Ferrous Articles”.

Material

  • Tubulars: These are manufactured from tubing made in accordance with AS 1074 from steel with 0.06 max sulphur and 0.06 max phosphorus.
  • Machined Fittings: These are manufactured to dimensions in BS EN 10241:2000 and generally made from “Free Cutting Steel”.

Finish

Surface Condition

  1. Black Steel: These fittings are generally degreased and protected with a coating of light oil.
  2. Zinc Protective Coating: Fittings may be supplied zinc plated using the Electrolytic Zinc Coating process on finished Black Fittings.
  3. Hot Dip Zinc Galvanising: Galvanising of fittings shall be performed before the thread cutting operation, by means of the hot dip method.
  4. Zinc Flake: Fittings may be supplied Zinc Flake Coated. This process being performed on Finished Black Fittings.

Threads

  • Threads for the screwed ends of fittings comply to the appropriate requirements of AS 1722 Part 1: Sealing pipe threads and also ISO 7-1.
  • Female Ends: Normally supplied with parallel thread.
  • Male Ends: Normally supplied with taper threads.

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