|Face size||3'||Fitting 1 size||1/2"|
|Fitting Size Dimensions||1/2"||Product Height (in.)||0.5 in|
|Single Fitting Size||1/2"|
|Application||Natural Gas, Propane||Color Family||Black|
|Color/Finish||Black||Compatible Pipe Material||Black Pipe|
|Fitting or Connector Type||Flange||Fitting/ Connector Collection||Black|
|Material||Iron||Maximum working pressure (psi)||150|
|Maximum Working Temperature (F)||300||Pack Size||1|
|Pipe or Fitting Product Type||Fittings & Connectors||Product Weight (lb.)||0.2 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
A: Absolutely not! This is 1/2" Pipe thread not bolt thread. A 1/2" pipe is about 3/4' o.d.
A: Hi, Franklin - No, the #16 coarse thread would not work. The fitting is 1/2" female pipe thread (FPT).
A: From what I can tell, it doesn’t look like these would integrate, but I’m having difficulty locating the exact specs for the #16 coarse thread. This flange seems to have 14tpi tapered threads. Perhaps you can assess the specific steel rod in question, to make the final decision. Best of luck, Lee
A: Yes and it wont take long if they get wet.
A: Hi, Megs - Since black pipe & fittings have no protective coating, they may rust in wet or humid environments. To stop the pipe from rusting or corroding on the outside, you should provide a layer of protection on the outside of the pipe. The easiest method is painting it. Clean it thoroughly with mineral spirits or acetone prior to painting.
A: Depends on the application. Used inside, no. Used in a wet location, yes.
A: Hi, Omar - Not quite sure what you're asking, but if you are referring to the depth of the threads from the top of the flange to the base, that's approximately 5/8". If the pipe nipple is screwed into the flange all the way, that's the length that would be lost. If we're missing the intent of your question, please feel free to call me (Dave, x1026) or Jon (x1010) M-F 8a-5p (661) 257-3923. Thanks.
A: Yes thats correct