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A: I don't think so. Spend the extra money and do it right the first time. You will have less headaches!
A: If you’re trying to attach to the hose end they’re not compatible.
A: You need a hose thread adapter rather than pipe thread. FHT for female or MHT for male. Might also be called male or female GHT.
A: That's strange. All the PVC pieces I have purchased over the years have regular pipe thread and work with all the 3/4" pipe threads. I did not know that PVC had different threads.
A: No, need CPVC fitting
A: No. PVC is for cold water only. CPVC should be used for hot water applications, but is suitable for hot and cold water use.
A: Not sure I understand your question, if your asking can you user it to attach to a water heater I believe the answer would be NO. I would use a brass to PVC conversion connector which are readily available. That said I am not an expert on this subject so I would validate with others.
A: Yes, this fitting can be used on a hot water line.
A: Check heat rating(usual sch 40 is only 120°/160° at 60lbs/40lbs pressure)as well as local ordinance/building codes. Usual practice is copper or braided first 6 feet from outlet, and last 3 feet on supply, atleast in most locations in Washington state.
A: no, Wrong thread size.
A: Wrong threads if the adapter in picture is one in question... hose end will need to be male hose barb for typical hose hookup, male hose barb for reverse hookup, not female pipe thread nor sae adapter
A: No, Threads are different.