Boston pipe fittings

Other Related Categories in
Boston, Massachusetts

Find pipe fittings near
Boston, Massachusetts
 Arlington Heights
 Babson Park
 Brant Rock
 Brookline Village
 Chestnut Hill
 Dorchester Center
 East Boston
 East Bridgewater
 East Walpole
 East Weymouth
 Green Harbor
 Hanscom AFB
 Hyde Park
 Jamaica Plain
 Marshfield Hills
 Milton Village
 Needham Heights
 New Town
 Newton Center
 Newton Highlands
 Newton Lower Falls
 Newton Upper Falls
 North Andover
 North Billerica
 North Carver
 North Chelmsford
 North Easton
 North Marshfield
 North Pembroke
 North Reading
 North Scituate
 North Waltham
 North Weymouth
 Nutting Lake
 Ocean Bluff
 Prides Crossing
 Roxbury Crossing
 South Carver
 South Easton
 South Hamilton
 South Walpole
 South Weymouth
 Village of Nagog Woods
 Wellesley Hills
 West Boxford
 West Bridgewater
 West Medford
 West Newbury
 West Newton
 West Roxbury
 White Horse Beach

Important Terms to Know About Pipe Fittings
Pipe fittings are found in plumbing systems to connect straight pipes with other straight pipes and curved tubes. They are very adaptable by nature and can also regulate or measure fluid flow. They can be rigid or flexible depending on the purpose, and may connect by screwing them in or through welding. Check out these important terms about pipe fittings:

Fitting Gender: Fittings and couplings are usually assigned a gender of male or female. The female connector is a receptacle that holds the male connector in plumbing terminology.

Coupling: Used to connect two shafts in order to transmit power.

Elbow: A pipe fitting between two lengths of pipe to allow for a change in direction. The ends may be threaded, welded or socketed. Types include long radius, short radius, 90-degree or 45-degree.

Gasket: Mechanical seal that fills in between multiple mating surfaces to prevent leakage while under compression. Used to essentially fill irregularities, gaskets can be made of many materials, such as rubber, silicone, metal, cork and neoprene.

Flange: A ridge or rim that provides strength, used as an attachment to an object such as that on the end of a pipe. It also refers to a plate or ring that forms a rim at the end of a pipe. A blind flange covers or closes the end of a pipe, while a flange joint connects two or more pipes.

Compression Fittings: Used in plumbing and electrical systems to join tubes or pipes, made of compatible materials such as copper or PVC.

Add Your pipe-fittings Business SIGNUP ONLINE
Add your business to our data base and make it accessible to millions of potential customers who are searching for products and services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Urell Inc Write review for this local business
86 Coolidge Ave, Watertown, MA 02472
(617) 923-9500  
Axenics Inc Write review for this local business
161 S Main St, Middleton, MA 01949
(978) 774-9393  
Water Line Supply Write review for this local business
334 Clark St, North Andover, MA 01845
(978) 975-5111  
Victaulic Write review for this local business
145 Plymouth St, Mansfield, MA 02048
(508) 339-1501  
U S Pipe & Foundry Co LLC Write review for this local business
15 Welcome Ln, Wrentham, MA 02093
(508) 384-7534  
Virginia Stainless Inc Write review for this local business
20 W Water St, Taunton, MA 02780
(508) 823-1747  
Virginia Stainless Write review for this local business
700 W Water St, Taunton, MA 02780
(508) 880-5498  
Axenics Inc Write review for this local business
4 Townsend W Ste 5, Nashua, NH 03063
(603) 595-9939  
Advance Products & Systems Write review for this local business
20 Profile Cir, Nashua, NH 03063
(603) 598-1982  
Napac Write review for this local business
229 Southbridge St, Worcester, MA 01608
(508) 363-4411  
Anvil International Write review for this local business
20 Thurber Blvd, Smithfield, RI 02917
(401) 349-5878  
Anvil International Write review for this local business
2 Holland Way, Exeter, NH 03833
(603) 418-2800  
Concord Winwater Write review for this local business
12 Sandquist St, Concord, NH 03301
(603) 223-6910  
Pipe fittings are frequently used in the plumbing of homes and offices buildings. They are also used in irrigation systems on farms and gardens. If you own or work for a plumbing or construction contractor, then you might need to purchase a large number of pvc, copper, and steel pipe fittings for your business. One way that you can get big discounts on those purchases is by placing bulk orders through pipe fittings suppliers. You can find lots of pipe fittings fabricators on the Internet and in the directory that sell coupling supplies and accessories, but you will need to know what questions to ask them so that you can determine which ones are right for you. When you first contact the company, you should ask them how long they have been in business. A supplier with several years of experience should have relationships with a wider variety of distributors that gives them access to steel, copper, and pvc pipe fittings, adhesives, welding materials, fitters, water pipes, and grooved pipes that you need to finish your projects. Ask the company if they offer discounts for orders that include a wide range of products, or if you have to make bulk orders of each individual one to receive a discount. Ask the company if they have a list of references of other home and office building contractors that have used them so that you can determine how satisfied their other clients are with the services and products they have received from them.