SPECIFICATIONS Material: Brass Maximum Pressure: 120 psi (8 bar) Leak Rates, Pressure: 1 x 10-6 cc air/s at 120 psi; 1 x 10-7 cc air/s at 29 inHg vacuum Vacuum Limit: 1 x 10-8 torr Leak Rates, Vacuum: 1 x 10-8 cc He/s at 15 psi; 1 x 10-11 cc He/s at 10-8 torr Temperature Limits: -40 to 120°C (-40 to 250°F) Out Gassing: <0.003% VCM; <0.34% weight loss; sample at 125°C, cold surface at 25°C T/C Wire: 20 AWG solid with PTFE insulation; 48 inL, -200 to 200°C rating Copper wire: 20 AWG stranded with PTFE insulation, 600V rating
Can I use this feedthrough for glove box installation? Do I need an extra bolt for the other side to fix it on the glove box wall? If yes, do you have such a matching bolt?
Asked by: somayeh
The fitting is a 1/2 NPT male tapered thread. It's designed to be installed into the matching female NPT connect. Typical application would be a pressure vessel with the female mating fitting installed on it. The thread engagement into the female fitting is nominally only the first 4 or 5 threads. You would typically use "plumber's tape" to seal the threads. There is no type of nut available that has NPT threads