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07/02/2012

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There are strict assembly instructions to follow with this product type. The rule states that for most of sizes 1-1/4 rotations of nut, from the finger tight position, will give the correct seal tight assembly. It actually is permissible to further ‘snug’ the fitting if a minor leak appears but this is usually unnecessary.

Ok I know that this is not the blog post I want to comment on but the one I want to, End Treatments for custom components to be used in a Flanged Tube & Pipe Style (http://beinginventive.typepad.com/being-inventive/2011/05/end-treatments-for-custom-components-to-be-used-in-a-flanged-tube-pipe-style.html) comments are closed. I like your post but the end treatments you chose are obvious. You know anywhere you can find the definitions for the other options? For example what's the difference between Hose - Field and Hose - Permanent end treatments? Also if the end treatments aren't Flanged, threaded or welded wouldn't they be jointed? Is Joint used for things like Victaulic connections?

Thanks for this great resources.. I really like this article.. Please update more or gaves these type of information..

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