Threaded hole plugs

  • 28-Mar-2012 03:16 EDT
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Heyco Products’ liquid-tight threaded hole plugs, which feature NPT, PG, and metric hubs, are suitable for hydraulic, pneumatic, and other applications requiring a superior seal. The plugs provide a liquid-tight seal up to 70 psi, are IP 68 rated, and feature an integral sealing ring that provides a superior seal at the mounting hole location to protect against contamination and moisture. They are constructed from electrically nonconductive nylon 6/6, are available to fit multiple hole sizes, and have a hex-shaped head with a slot for wrench or screwdriver installation.

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