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Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects
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|Merit Brass Company|
|One Merit Drive|
|Cleveland, OH 44143|
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Facility : Cleveland, OH
|Merit Brass Pipe Nipples [G]||1/8" - 2"||CLD 23||BRASS|
 Certified to the maximum length per residence listed under size. Pipe nipples are available in various lengths up to 72". However, the total length used within a single residence is restricted to lengths listed below. When multiple sizes are used in combination, the most restrictive length restriction applies. When used in the distribution system as a component of a mechanical device, no restriction applies. Size Length 1/8" 17.7 ft 1/4" 12.3 ft 3/8" 8.6 ft 1/2" 6.7 ft 3/4" 4.9 ft 1" 3.8 ft 1 1/4" 2.8 ft 1 1/2" 2.4 ft 2" no restriction Nipples may have external tapered threaded ends, external straight threaded ends, roller cut ends, ream and chamfered ends, square cut ends, or grooved ends. Threads may be NPSM, NPSL, NPSH, NPTF or BSPT. This product is Certified by NSF to NSF/ANSI 61 for use in drinking water supplies of pH 6.5 and above. Drinking water supplies that are less than pH 6.5 may require corrosion control to limit leaching of copper into the drinking water. [G] Product is Certified to NSF/ANSI 372 and conforms with the lead content requirements for “lead free” plumbing as defined by California, Vermont, Maryland, and Louisiana state laws and the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act due to take effect January 2014.
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