Bronze and Brass threaded fittings are manufactured from smooth-cored castings, designed to provide full flow with minimum restriction. All threads are accurately machined and gauged to ensure a perfect fit with the pipe. All fittings are individually tested under water to ensure quality.
Note: the 1/8 inch and 1/4 inch size plugs are available in Brass only.
NPT (tapered) threads should be sealed with PTFE plumbing tape or equivalent.
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A brass plug is great, and I need one or two or three actually. But; what I REALLY NEED is the female piece, flat with 3 small holes to screw it into the wooden floor of a McKenzie River Drift boat. I just saw many of them in the bottom of Wooden Drift boats at a Wooden Boat show on the McKenzie River, and a boat builder told me yours was the place to get them. If you have any, I'd like two females and at least 3 or 4 male (plugs) and hopefully shorter (not as tall) as the ones above, because they go on (in) the bottom of the deck (floor) NOT in the back. Thank you, Greg A. Olson (541) 584-2189, Elkton, OR.
Here is the link to what you need:https://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/show_product.do?pid=11447&familyName=Perko+Bronze+Garboard+Drain+Plug
JD Tech Team
Are these plugs solid or hollow inside the threads? I am using it for a garboard plug and want a little metal between me and the deep!
In my experience, the smaller pulgs are solid and the larger plugs (3/4"NPT and above) are usually hollow. As a serial "over-do-er", I understand your concern but the failure mode I have seen is usually in the threads, whether from mistake or corrosion.
Bill H. Bill H.
Hollow. But the wall is thick.
The 3/4"plug I bought was solid.
Hello, These plugs are solid and good quality. Have a nice day,
2" bronze pipe plug
Good fit and thread finish. I would pay more to see "made in USA" than I had china or tawian.