We carry a large inventory of brass nipples threaded at both ends in both schedule 40 and schedule 80 for various applications. Brass nipples are threaded with American Standard taper pipe threads (NPT) in accordance with screw-thread Standard for Federal Services Handbook H-28. Our brass nipples are in compliance with California's Health & Safety code section 116875 (AB1953) and Vermont Act 193. Our brass nipples are certified by NSF to NSF/ANSI 61 for use in drinking water supplies of pH 6.5 and above. View an overview of our product offerings
We provide a large inventory of high-quality brass nipples
to meet your piping needs and specifications. Please review our product dimensions
to confirm your specifications.
Pipe Sizes & Weights
There are many brass nipple sizes to choose from. This pipe chart
can assist in your selection and guide you to available, schedule 40 and schedule 80 brass nipple pipe products available at Shaw Stainless.
Brass nipples meet ASTM B687-97 and MS51846 for standard brass nipples
, and MS51872 for extra heavy brass nipples
. View the standard specifications chart
Stainless Steel Grades
Learn about our stainless steel inventory, the functionality and application of various grades of stainless steel
We designed the Shaw Stainless & Alloy Piping Reference Catalog
as a resource for our clients to identify pipe products and services we offer. This catalog will identify brass pipe nipples, tube, pipe fittings and other pipe accessories. Specification charts and general dimensional illustrations will help you identify available galvanized nipple products in our inventory.
Theoretical Bursting Pressures
Learn about theoretical bursting pressures
for various stainless steel pipe.
offer good corrosion resistance from heat and the salt and minerals in water. Brass nipples
are relatively soft, which provide an easy, tight seal during installation. Brass has a heavier wall than copper and provides the same advantages as copper plumbing. Brass nipples
, fittings and piping systems are currently being utilized primarily for water and commercial plumbing because of its longevity and corrosion resistance.