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Comments about 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" x 1/2" Black Tee:
Perfect fit for my boiler install.
Comments about 2" x 1-1/2" x 2" Black Tee:
The item was shipped and received quickly. I wrongfully assumed that the 1-1/2" side was going to be in the middle but it was not. I ended up having to buy and additional fitting to make this work for me. Now (after the fact and because I'm obviously an ameatuer) it plainly states in the Q&A section that the middle is always listed last on a tee but I did not read this before placing the order.
Comments about 1/8" Black Tee:
I use these parts for art projects, so I'm mainly concerned with appearance. For 1/8" pipe fittings the Ward products look nicer than Anvil brand (though, I'm still a big fan of Anvil for other sizes). The fittings come clean, without a lot of coatings or films that need to be cleaned off. The threads are cut parallel with the openings, so parts line up. The ductile iron welds nicely.
Comments about 1/2" Black Tee:
All fittings in good condition
Comments about 1" x 3/4" x 3/4" Black Tee:
WARD fittings are excellent. Contractor quality.
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Q:I would like to verify the this product will be 1 1/4" on both ends and the center will be 1"
A:This is correct for part FBTE1-1/4X1-1/4X1. We follow the standard convention of listing tee ports End x End x Middle.
Q:This product is a black iron natural gas pipe tee that can be used on a NG tankless water heater. Correct?
A:yes the 1 X 3/4 X 1/2 black iron pipe fitting can be use for gas line for
A:Yes, that would be the correct type of fitting for natural gas and can be used in that application.
A:Yes. Only Black Iron can be used for gas applications.
A:yes black malleable fittings are used for gas.
A:only on gas line ,,not on domostic line
A:You can. However, you be better off using galvanized fittings. The
Q:Are the dimensions given for the left, middle and right connections? in that order?
A:The middle is always listed last on a tee. See the link below for more information.
Q:pressure rating for 2" steel malable
A:The pressure rating is based on temperature: -20 - 150 °F = 300 psi; 200 °F = 265 psi; 250 °F = 225 psi; 300 °F = 185 psi; 350 - 365 °F = 150 psi.