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Metal Pipe Nipples & Pipe

Metal Pipe Nipples & Pipe

Durable metal pipe and pipe nipples are available in a range of diameters, thread styles, and materials. While pipe is available in longer lengths, pipe nipples are 12" and shorter. Select a pipe or pipe nipple made from a material that is compatible with the substance to be transported through the pipes.

Black Iron & Steel

Suitable for low-pressure applications where corrosion is not a concern, durable black iron or steel pipe and pipe nipples are often used to transport air, natural gas, oil, steam, sewage, or nonpotable cold water.

Schedule 40

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Right- and Left-Hand Threaded

Pipe Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Non-Threaded

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Schedule 80

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on One End

Pipe Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Non-Threaded

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Schedule 160

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Galvanized Steel

Made from steel that has been galvanized to create a corrosion-resistant layer of zinc on its surface, galvanized steel pipe nipples and pipe are a good choice for sewage or irrigation lines and low-pressure applications carrying air, natural gas, oil, steam, or water.

Schedule 40

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Schedule 80

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Schedule 160

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Stainless Steel

Pipe and pipe nipples made from stainless steel have a corrosion-resistant surface that protects the material from environmental contaminants, even if scratched. Often used in coastal areas and similar environments, they can be used to transport air, water, natural gas, and steam.

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Hex Nipple

Hex Long Nipple

Non-Threaded

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Schedule 5

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Schedule 10

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Schedule 40

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on One End

Pipe Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Schedule 80

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Brass

Rust-resistant brass pipe and pipe nipples are well suited for plumbing applications. They resist corrosion when exposed to saltwater, heat, acids, minerals, and soils, and are commonly used to carry air, hot and cold water, oil, steam, or natural gas.

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Hex Long Nipple

Hex Nipple

Pipe Nipple

Reducing Nipple

C27450 (Low Lead) Hex Nipple

C27450 (Low Lead) Pipe Nipple

CA360 (Barstock) Fire Hose Rack Nipple

CA360 (Barstock) Hex Nipple

CA360 (Barstock) Pipe Nipple

Schedule 40

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

C27450 (Low Lead) Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe

Pipe Nipple

C27450 (Low Lead) Pipe Nipple

CA360 (Barstock) Pipe Nipple

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Pipe Nipple

Schedule 80

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe

Pipe Nipple

Copper

Commonly used on water lines in indoor plumbing systems, copper pipe and tubing are easy to solder, can withstand high temperatures, and resist corrosion.

Carbon Steel

Transport water, oil, gases, grease, or chemicals in environments such as industrial and petrochemical facilities, fertilizer and power plants, and chemical refineries using these carbon steel pipe and pipe nipples. Carbon steel provides good wear resistance in demanding, high-pressure applications where corrosion is not a concern.

Threaded on Both Ends

Hex Nipple

Schedule 40

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Pipe

Schedule 80

Threaded on Both Ends

Swage Nipple

Schedule 160

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Aluminum

Corrosion-resistant, lightweight aluminum pipe and pipe nipples are commonly used to transport air, oil, or water in plumbing, refrigeration, and compressed air systems.

Threaded on Both Ends

Hex Nipple

Dielectric

Use dielectric pipe nipples between two fittings made from dissimilar metals to prevent corrosion. The nipples are lined with PEX (crosslinked polyethylene), a nonconductive insulator that forms a barrier between the two metals. They are commonly used in steam, water, and air piping systems in plumbing and HVAC applications.

Pipe Nipple Sets

Keep a selection of pipe nipples on hand to make sure you have the part you need for your piping system. These pipe nipple sets contain multiple pipe nipples in a range of lengths and sizes.

Black Steel

Galvanized Steel

Nipple Caddies

Organize your pipe nipples with these nipple caddies. They can hold nipples of various sizes and have a stepped design that keeps the nipples free from liquids and clearly visible. Polyethylene construction helps prevent dielectric corrosion when storing metal nipples in the caddy.

Steel

Polyethylene