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Large Area Watering

Barbed Elbow Joint 16mm x 1/2 inch male BSP thread


Barbed Elbow Joint 16mm - 1/2" Male BSP Thread 

Used with 16mm outside diameter or 13mm inside diameter LDPE pipe.  Finishes LDPE pipe with a British standard pipe thread making this a very useful fittings when connecting to larger diameter pipes tap or timers 

  • Simple push fit connector 
  • 1/2" Male British Standard Pipe Thread 
  • Can be used to join pipes together with a 16mm outside diameter or a 13 mm inside diameter 
  • UV stabilised plastic 
  • Once fitted the joint is rated to 6 bar 
  • Made in Greece 

For more information on British standard pipe threads please click here 

Fitting 

These more industrial type push fit fittings have a much larger and sharper barb than the more retail fittings.  Because of this more effort is required in order to fit these to the pipe.  The end of the pipe that needs joining should be heated using either very hot water or some form of blow torch.  If you do use a blow torch then the end of the pipe should be positioned in the flame for 2 seconds if the pipe is black and 1 second if it is brown.  The flame should be directed down the centre of of the pipe rather than on 1 side.  Now push the barbed fitting in to the pipe.  If you have overheated the pipe it will fold back on itself.  If this is the case cut the pipe to a clean point and try again.  Once the fitting is in they can only be removed by cutting the pipe.  These are extremely durable and will give you piece of mind when leaving you irrigation systems 

  • Model: 3182/0161
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1lbs
  • 181 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Palaplast

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 15 August, 2014.