- Hex garden hose coupler for connecting garden hoses
- Male threads on one end and female threads on the other for connecting hoses or pipes with different ends
- Brass for corrosion resistance, ductility at high temperatures, and low magnetic permeability
- These fittings contain lead and are not allowed by federal law to be installed for potable water use in the U.S.A. and its territories.
Anderson Metals Brass Garden Hose Fitting, Connector, 3/4" Male Hose ID x 3/4" Male Pipe x 1/2" Tapped Female Pipe
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Anderson Metals|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||3/4" Hose ID x 1/2" female|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
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This Anderson Metals fitting is a brass garden hose connector with a 3/4" male hose ID on one end and 3/4" male threads tapped with 1/2" female threads on the other. The hex garden hose coupler connects two 3/4" garden hoses. It has male threads on one end and female threads on the other for connecting to a female and a male threaded hose or fitting. This fitting is made of brass for corrosion resistance, ductility at high temperatures, and low magnetic permeability. Brass can be connected to copper, brass, plastic, aluminum, and welded steel.
Pipe fittings are components used for connecting, terminating, controlling flow, and changing the direction of piping in many different industries. When purchasing pipe fittings, consider the application, as this will affect material type, shape, size and required durability. Fittings are available threaded or unthreaded, in many shapes, styles, sizes, and schedules (pipe wall thickness).
Anderson Metals manufactures brass fittings, valves, and pipe nipples. The company, founded in 1951, is headquartered in Kansas City, MO.
Top Customer Reviews
The companion adapter with the female hose connection has a properly sized 3/4 inch NPT. They are both from the same company. How could they get one right and the other wrong?