pipe cap, usually liquid- or gas-tight, cover the end of a pipe. A cap attaches to the male thread of a pipe. It may have a solvent-weld socket end or a female-threaded end. In threaded plumbing systems, the cap has female threads. Industrial caps may be round, square, rectangular, U- or I-shaped, and may have a handgrip. If a solvent-weld cap is used to provide for a future connection point, several inches of pipe must be left before the cap; when the cap is cut off for the future connection, enough pipe must remain to allow a new fitting to be glued onto it.
The cap is welded to the tube end or to the external thread of the tube end to cover the tube of the tube. Used to close the pipeline and function the same as the pipe plug.
Material: A234-WPB A234-WP12 A234-WP11 A234-WP5 A403-WP304 A403-WP304L A403-WP316. A403-WP316L ,A420-WPL6,316L, 304L, 321, 321H.
Size: 1/2" - 24"
Standard: ASME/ANSI B16.9, JIS, DIN, EN, API 5L, etc.
Surface treatment: Shot blasted, rust-proof black oil
Usage: Petroleum, Chemical, Power, Gas, Metallurgy, Ship-building, Construction, ect.