|Double Fitting Size||1" x 1"||Fitting 1 size||1"|
|Fitting 2 size||1"||Fitting Size Dimensions||1" x 1"|
|Product Length (in.)||1.67 in||Single Fitting Size||1"|
|Application||Potable Water||Color Family||White|
|Color/Finish||white||Compatible Pipe Material||PVC|
|Connection 1||MPT||Connection 2||Slip-Joint|
|Features||Underground Rated||Fitting or Connector Type||Adapter|
|Fitting/ Connector Collection||PVC||Material||PVC|
|Maximum working pressure (psi)||270||Maximum Working Temperature (F)||140|
|Pack Size||1||Pipe or Fitting Product Type||Fittings & Connectors|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.09 lb||Reducing Fitting||No|
|Schedule Type||Schedule 40|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Original Buyer only. All products shall be free from defects in design and manufacture for a period of 1 year from the date of delivery, provided that such products are installed and used only in strict accordance with the appropriate guidelines.|
A: the max temperature ratting for fitting is 140 deg F. coffee perks at 212 F, i would say no.
A: This fitting is PVC plastic which is a low temperature material and this fitting will likely endure 120 degrees Fahrenheit and 200 pounds per square inch. It's typically used on cold water plumbing. So, if you are gluing this fitting on the feed to your coffee maker it will work fine as long as you follow the correct procedure which is to glue it using a primer and glue as found in the directions on the cans containing those liquids. You cannot use this fitting on a hot water line above 120 F or over 200 PSIG.
A: the threads on this are for water / garden hose.
A: It should be okay if used on a cold water line, you just do not want it close to any hot points as it may deform and leak, or if it get s too hot melt!
A: Both fittings on this adapter are 1 inch.
A: I see your point as a DEFINITION of "adaptation". This "adapter" adapts a 1" piece of PVC conduit to a 1" pipe thread to be installed in a junction box or terminal box. I believe what you want is a "reducer", and this can probably be accomplished easily with a 1" to 3/4" SLEEVE reducer and some 3/4" PVC conduit. Then terminate the 3/4" PVC conduit with a 3/4 in Schedule 40 PVC Male Adapter. Here is a link: https://www.homedepot.com/p/DURA-1-in-x-3-4-in-Sch-80-PVC-Slip-x-Slip-Reducer-Coupling-C829-131/203511880 HTHs...
A: If I remember corectly, This converts 1 inch pvc to garden hose bib for connecting a garden hose.
A: Yes, that is what it is for.
A: No, The best is to reduce you 1" pipe to 3/4". I've found plenty of 3/4" to male hose connections at HD
A: Not without having the proper adapter for the garden hose and the correct size shutoff valve
A: No, this is a glued fitting that connects PVC pipe to a female threaded connection, eg. a sprinkler head or a longer pipe. A hose has a different thread design. They do make a pipe connection to hose. Look up "3/4 in. Slip x FHT PVC Hose Fitting" or "3/4 in. Slip x MHT PVC Hose Fitting".
A: No, thread on garden hose more coarse then adapter.
A: You would need two fittings added to that fitting. One, a "bell coupling" to convert the 1" threaded male to a 3/4" female fitting and a 3/4" male pipe thread to garden hose male thread. (Do you have a valve shut off? ) See these fittings; https://www.homedepot.com/p/Mueller-Global-1-in-x-3-4-in-Black-Malleable-Iron-FPT-x-FPT-Reducing-Coupling-521-354HN/100172919?keyword=1+in.+x+3%2F4+in.+FPT+x+FPT+Reducing+Coupling&semanticToken=202400+++%3E++++st%3A%7B1+in.+x+3%2F4+in.+fpt+x+fpt+reducing+coupling%7D%3Ast++cn%3A%7B0%3A0%7D++coupler+%7Bproduct%7Dfpt+x+fpt+%7B549389%7D+T_dimension+%7Bkeywords_exact%7D+T_DIMENSION+%7BproductName_nostem%7D+fpt+fpt+%7BproductName_nostem%7D+reducing+%7BproductName_nostem%7D+x+%7BproductName_nostem%7D++dln%3A%7B547712%7D+qu%3A%7Bcoupler%7D AND https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-Lead-Free-Brass-Garden-Hose-Adapter-3-4-in-MGH-x-3-4-in-MIP-x-Tapped-1-2-in-FIP-801709/300095988
A: no, this fitting is not the same size as a garden hose connection.
A: No. Pipe thread and hose thread designs are different. look at "3/4 in. Slip x MHT PVC Hose Fitting"
A: No it takes a special fitting to go to a garden hose. This is a "Male Pipe Thread" (MPT) and the Garden hose a "garden hose thread" (GHT). These are two different connections
A: No, you have to look for a 1" slip designed for garden hoses, you make ask one of the sales men to help you, I have bought many in the past and the threads are of a different configuration.
A: Yes, pipe thread. You could actually thread this adapter into a galvanized, bronze of brass fixture.
A: Notice the number of threads per inch on this pipe adapter. There are more per inch than on a hose connector. The gaps between the thread on a hose are further apart. Look at "3/4 in. Slip x MHT PVC Hose Fitting" and you should notice the difference. The different thread pattern will strip if they are used together and the connection will leak.
A: Yes it is a MPT adapter
A: JLK, thanks for your answer. My purpose in writing is to indicate that no thread information is given, hence all the questions that refer to thread size, pitch, etc. Since this picture is not to scale, without a scale next to it, you cannot simply count threads.....and my point is, that you should not have to even if you could. This information should always be spelled out. This basic information.