Caps, 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.
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.