Pipe End Bevel Protector Caps
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- Features & benifits
- what is claimed
A bevel end protector Bevel Protector Pipe Caps for protecting the bevel end of a pipe includes an expansible portion inserted into the pipe. The protector is provided with a portion that can be expanded outwardly to secure the protector within the pipe by application of a force thereto using a removable cooperating element.
Pipe end bevel protector caps protect the pipes from damage caused by other materials such as sand, mud, and water. The bevel-end protector caps are made of durable plastic material. They are also easy to install and ideal for cleaning. All epoxy end caps have a 2-1/2″ diameter center hole that is approximately 1/8″ smaller than the pipe size.
Protectors for pipe ends
The outer diameter of a pipe is fitted with these LDPE OD Fitting Caps. Standard sizes to suit ANSI 36.10 specifications are commonly used, but larger sizes can be made to order as well. Caps can also be made of vinyl, aluminum, FRP, and plywood.
These caps fit onto the inner diameter of pipes to prevent foreign objects from entering. They are available in sizes ranging from 1″ to 60″ and are made from vinyl, rubber, or aluminum.
It is designed to match the pipe’s material of construction and is made of either epoxy coated carbon steel or stainless steel. In addition to standard sizes of 4″ to 120″, end protectors are available in clamping, interlocking, and fastening designs. They are reusable and very durable.
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End Cap Features and Benefits Durable Plastic Material:
The end cap will withstand— in most cases—the wear and tear of concrete and construction work. The plastic material is extremely durable. 2-1/2″ Center Hole: Nutters, such as sand, mud, water, etc., can easily damage the end cap by simply driving a large crescent wrench into the center hole. This will cause the end cap to come off cleanly. 2-1/2″ diameter center hole: This ensures the pipe and end caps will not be damaged by sand or other material. Fits Most Pipes: The end cap is designed to fit most types of PVC, cast iron, brass, and copper pipe. It is sized to fit a standard 1″ x 1/2″ hex nut. Can Be Used On Pipes Up To 3/8″ in Dia.: The end cap can be used on pipes as small as 3/8″ in diameter. NOTE: We do not test the end cap for pressure or water leaks.
Pipe end bevel protector caps are used to protect the pipe ends of pipes when they bend. They are made from a unique material that is used to fill the space between the pipe and its cap.
Pipe end bevel protector caps are the most common type of bevel protector caps. They are used in the plumbing industry, where they protect against leaks and leaks from penetrating through pipes. For holes up to 0.7mm, these caps are just a simple cover for the pipe end cap.
For holes greater than 0.7mm (0.004″), an aluminum cap is recommended as the bevel protector cap is often too thick to fit around pipes with larger diameters. They are frequently referred to as “sump” protectors because they are used in the oil industry to cover holes at the bottom of oil sump tanks.
For larger holes, silicone pipe end protectors (called Silicone Elbow Protectors) are recommended. Pipe end bevel protector caps come in two different materials; aluminum and polyethylene. We recommend polyethylene as a good all-around choice, as it is more durable, but it may not be able to stand out well against the background color of aluminum fittings. They are available in several different thicknesses; 0.8mm – 1.5mm, 2mm – 3mm, 5mm – 6.5mm and 10mm (0-9/16″). When buying pipe end caps for use with our fittings, you should check the specification to make sure they will fit and are compatible with your pipes. How do I install a pipe end cap? To install a pipe end cap into our brass, stainless steel, and rubber tubing, you first need to align the pipe so that it is completely horizontal.
You then lay down a straight line on the inside of the pipe, so that it is parallel to the outside of the pipe. Then you lay down a line along the outside of that straight line on each surface of the tube. This will make sure it will fit properly and you can then go ahead and slide your cap into place.
Bevel Protector Pipe Caps, What is claimed is :
- This bevel end protector protects a pipe’s bevel end by incorporating:
An expandable, collar-like device adapted for insertion into the pipe, having spaced apart ends, for protecting the pipe’s end;
Applying an initial expanding force to expand the circumference of the collar-like means to equal the circumference of the pipe’s interior; and
Adapted to connect said spaced-apart ends, with said urging means structurally deformable for maintaining said initial circumferentially expanding force on said collar-like means with said wedge means removable.
- Bevel end protectors as defined in claim 1, wherein urging means urging the spaced-apart ends apart.
- For protecting the bevel end of a pipe, a bevel end protector comprises:
An expandable, collar-like device adapted for insertion into the pipe, having spaced apart ends, for protecting the pipe’s end;
In order to expand the circumference of the collar-like means to equal the circumference of the pipe’s interior, wedge means can be inserted between said spaced-apart ends; and
urging means, adapted to connect said spaced-apart ends, for urging apart said ends and maintaining said initial circumferentially expanding force on said collar-like means upon structural deformation of said urging means, said urging means including flange portions adapted for attachment to said spaced-apart ends and an offset portion, projecting inwardly of said collar-like means and the pipe for structurally deforming downwardly toward the interior wall of the pipe in response to impulsive forces delivered thereon.
- A hand-held hammer is used to deliver impulsive forces to the bevel end protector as claimed.
- A bevel end protector as defined in claim 4 with a U-shaped offset portion.
- In claim 5, the offset portion of the bevel end protector is V-shaped.
- For positioning the collar-like means within the pipe, the bevel end protector – comprises a plurality of upstanding tabs projecting radially outwardly from said collar-like means.
- The bevel end protector has at least one tab arranged to define a handling slot.
- A bevel end protector for protecting an end of a pipe with beveled ends comprises:
Circumferentially expandable collar-like means within the pipe said collar-like means having two spaced-apart ends defining a longitudinal slot between; a wedge for initially spacing apart said ends; and With the collar-like means within the pipe being connected by urging means, said ends can be selectively urged apart, thereby circumferentially expanding the collar-like means within the pipe when the structure is deformed, and the wedge can be removed and urged together to circumferentially contract the collar-like means within the pipe, allowing the end protector to be removed.
- The bevel end protector as claimed in claim 9 wherein said urging means includes flange portions adapted for attachment to said spaced-apart ends and an offset portion projecting inwardly of the pipe, which can structurally deform downwards toward the interior wall in response to impulsive forces delivered thereto.
There are several advantages to using a Bevel Protector Pipe Caps :
- Application range: 8″ – 72″
- Optimal Bevel Protection
- No contact between pipe-end and steel of Bevel Protector
- Easy application
- Available in standard and non-standard sizes
- Suitable for hook lifting
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