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3000 lb. Ground Joint Insulating Union

3000 lb. Ground Joint Insulating Union

3000 lb. Ground Joint Insulating Union

Central Plastics Ground Joint 3000 lb. Insulating Union

Complies with ASTM A – 105

3000 lb. Working Pressure

Stops Galvanic and Electrolytic Corrosion of Mains and Services

Provides Permanent, Economical Protection

Protects against Stray or Induced House Currents

  1. Ground Joint: Extra wide seating surface.
  2. Brass Ring: Serves as bearing surface for the nut. Eliminates possibility of damage to nylon insulation when making-up.
  3. Precise Mating Tapers: Provides high compression, gas-tight seal. Will not loosen under strain or vibration.
  4. Forged Steel Nut and Body: Made from hot forged AISI 1023 open hearth, silicon killed forged steel.
  5. Extra Heavy Shoulder: On swivel end and in the nut. Increases strength to withstand pipe strains, vibration, misaligned connections, and wrench abuse.
  6. Integral one-Piece Construction: Insulation is bonded and molded to the metal body. No loose parts to assemble, lose, or misalign during field installation.
  7. Precise Threading: Expert machining for exact dimensions.
  8. Molded Nylon: Nonbrittle to withstand extreme shock loads and impact without fracturing. Chemically unaffected by most substances including gas, water, ammonia, petroleum oils, and greases at temperatures as high as 250° F. Central’s insulation design uses a return of nylon on the internal surface, which gives additional protection against shorts caused by bridging of foreign materials. Dielectric strength goes far beyond the toughest requirements.

Female X Female Iron Pipe Sizes Available:
3/4″, 3/8″, 1/2′, 3/4″, 1″, 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, 2″

3000 lb. Ground Joint Insulating Union

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