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Description
This 3/4 inch lead free dielectric union is used in commercial and residential applications to prevent accelerated corrosion and deterioration in the piping system due to galvanic and stray current. It is installed between pipes made from dissimilar metals and is used on applications such as hot water storage tanks, water and air conditioners, processing tanks, steam, gas, and water piping. It consists of a male iron pipe thread to female solder connections, union nut, two tailpieces, and a Buna-N gasket that separates the tailpieces to prevent an electric current from occurring. The maximum temperature is rated up to 180 degrees F (82 degrees C) at 250 psi (17.2 bar).

Features:
  • MIP thread to female solder connections
  • Buna-N gasket
  • Maximum temperature 180 degrees F (82 degrees C)
  • Maximum pressure is 250 psi (17.2 bar)

Specifications:
  • Adapter Material: Steel
  • EANUCCCode: 098268461558
  • Gasket Material: Buna-N
  • Gasket Maximum Pressure: 250 PSI
  • Gasket Maximum Pressure-BAR: 17.20
  • Gasket Maximum Temperature: 180 Degree F
  • Inlet Connection Size: 3/4"
  • Inlet Connection Size-Metric: 19 MM
  • Inlet Connection Type: Male Threaded
  • Inlet Material: Iron
  • Inlet Thread Type: IPS
  • Insulator Material: Polysulfone
  • Lead Free: YES
  • Maximum Working Pressure-PSI: 250
  • Maximum Working Temperature-Fahrenheit: 180
  • Nut Material: Steel
  • Outlet Connection Size: 1/2"
  • Outlet Connection Type: Socket
  • Outlet Material: Lead Free Brass
  • 600V
  • Series: LF3007
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Specs
Connection Type:
MNPT x Female Solder
Product Type:
Dielectric Union
Size:
3/4" x 1/2"
Connection Type:
FNPT x C
Material:
Steel
Voltage:
600v
Lead Free:
Yes
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