NIBCO 1/2 in. Wrot Copper Cup X MIP Adapter Pro Pack (25-Pack)

Item # 303539007 | NIBCO Part # MPP604HD12 | UPC Code 039923406033 | UNSPSC Code 40172612 | Catalog Page #380
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Product Overview

The NIBCO lead-free wrot copper solder pressure male adapter is used in residential and commercial systems such as potable water, air conditioning and refrigeration. Options also include cleaned and bagged for oxygen service (medical gas). The male adapter features a solder cup and male NPT thread. These fittings provide a means for adapting a solder connection to a threaded connection. Please refer to NIBCO technical data sheets and catalogs for engineering and installation information. In addition to its inherent qualities of beauty, durability and low maintenance, copper's reusability makes it an ideal application in sustainable projects.

  • Dezincification resistant
  • Third-party certified to NSF/ANSI 61 and 373
  • Material and workmanship per ASME B16.23
  • Material, workmanship and dimensions per MSS SP-105
  • Size range 1/8 in. to 4 in.
  • Options also include cleaned and bagged for oxygen service (medical gas)

Documentation

Specifications

Color
Copper
Connection 1
Copper Sweat
Connection 2
MIP
Features
Corrosion Resistant, Lead Free
Fitting 1 size
1/2"
Fitting 2 size
1/2"
Fitting or Connector Type
Adapter
Manufacturer Warranty
NIBCO INC. warrants each NIBCO copper fitting to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of fifty (50) years from the date of original installation.
Material
Copper
Pack Size
25
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Length (in.)
3.6
Product Weight (lb.)
1.795
Standard Color Family
Copper

Warranty

NIBCO INC. warrants each NIBCO copper fitting to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of fifty (50) years from the date of original installation.