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Old 05-01-2015, 12:02 PM   #1
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will these fitting work together? NPT with PT ?


ok so i was looking for some fitting for a regulator and on the website cga320 they have some fitting but they are like MPT or FPT fittings, will these screw onto a NPT thread? dont want to but them and end up not even working...
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ok so i was looking for some fitting for a regulator and on the website cga320 they have some fitting but they are like MPT or FPT fittings, will these screw onto a NPT thread? dont want to but them and end up not even working...
M - male
F - female.
NPT all
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Correct I know what the f and m means but my question was the fittings from the websites list them as pt, I wanted to know if the pt fitting will work with the npt fitting
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PT = pipe thread
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So are they no the same? I have no idea lol
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Yep
This may help
http://pipeandhose.com/taxonomy/term/29
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ok so i was looking for some fitting for a regulator and on the website cga320 they have some fitting but they are like MPT or FPT fittings, will these screw onto a NPT thread? dont want to but them and end up not even working...
most reg have a "hole" for male threads.. and usually 1/4NPT..
male 1/4npt cga320 "should" work..
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thanks for the link jrill, really helpful...
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