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TradePro TP-PVC-447007A - 447-007 3/4" Slip Cap PVC 40
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TP-PVC-447007A

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Cap Slip - PVC Schedule 40. The NIBCOa® PVC Schedule 40 cap features a female socket connection to fit over the end of a pipe to create a seal.

The PVC Schedule 40 cap is used in cold water pressure distribution systems including irrigation, pool and spa, potable water and chilled water applications. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the most frequently specified of all thermoplastic materials because of its light weight, durability and cost-effectiveness. PVC Schedule 40 is easy to install and is joined by solvent cementing or threading. PVC fittings exhibit high corrosion and chemical resistance and will not rust, scale, pit or corrode.
  • Maximum service temperature 140a°F
  • Do not test or use with compressed air or other gases
  • ASTM D2466
  • ASTM D1784, Cell Class 12454
  • NSF/ANSI Standard 61
  • UL Listed 94V-0
  • NSF U.P. Certified
  • Size range 1/2" to 8"


Please Note! The actual brand name on product received may vary from the description but will always be manufactured to the same strict standard of quality.
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Name TradePro TP-PVC-447007A - 447-007 3/4" Slip Cap PVC 40
Brand TradePro
Item Number TP-PVC-447007A
Manufacturer Product Number L97345W
SKU - PIM Number 1404816227145
ERP Number 334306
UPC N/A
Unit of Measure EACH
Case Quantity 100.000000
Length 1.0 Inches (in)
Width 1.2 Inches (in)
Height 1.2 Inches (in)
Hazardous Material No
EPA Cert Required No
Country of Origin USA
Diameter 0.875"
Certifications ASTM D2466, D1784, cell Class 12454
Color White
Comments/Notes Do not test or use with compressed air or other gases
Composition Polyvinyl Chloride
For Use With Thermoplastic piping systems (PVC).
Maximum Temperature 140°F (60°C)
NSF Certified Yes
Schedule 40
Size 3/4"
Standards NSF/ANSI Standard 61
UL Listed Yes
Warranty Offered 5 Year
Application Installation of Piping
GEM - Case Quantity 100.000000

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