PIPE NIPPLE

 

A pipe nipple is a section of a straight pipe. Commonly, male threaded on both ends, which allows connection between two female threaded fittings. The size and schedule of a pipe nipple denotes the working pressure. Various materials are used to make pipe nipples such as: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Low and High Temp Alloys, Brass, Copper and specialty alloys such as Alloy 20, Duplex and Hastelloy. 

Carbon Steel Pipe Nipples:

  • A106B Seamless Steel Pipe Nipples are offered in schedules: 40, 80, 160 and XXH

  • Bare, Black Acrylic Paint, Hot Dip Galvanized or Electro Zinc Plated

  • Conforms to ASTM A733

Stainless Steel Pipe Nipples:

  • A312 Seamless Steel Pipe Nipples are offered in schedules: 40, 80, 160 and XXH

  • Common stainless steel pipe used in manufacturing is grade T304/L and T316/L

  • Conforms to ASTM A733

 

 

Sizes range from 1/8" through 6" diameters to required lengths necessary for the job application.