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Posted by: Drake75

06/26/2006, 14:50:04

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Does anyone have the thread data on a 2" A.P.I.
Internal Flush Pipe Thread?







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Posted by: mminford

06/26/2006, 15:14:24

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API stand for American Petroleum Institute. API pipe threads are made to the same specs as NPT. They should match with any standard pipe thread. Now, any other kind of thread, buttress, etc., does not match the american standards.







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Posted by: Drake75

06/26/2006, 15:47:57

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NPT threads all have a 3/4" T.P.F.
A.P.I. Internal Flush threads have
a 2 T.P.F.
But I need the dimensions for a 2" nominal size.
I only have the specs for 2 3/8" and above.







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