How many types of metal hose joints are common?

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Abstract:(1) External threaded joint: mainly used for conne...
(1) External threaded joint: mainly used for connection between the local junction box and the hose. Open a hole in the local box, insert the joint, and fix it with a lock nut.

(2) Internal thread joint: mainly used for threaded connection between cable tube and hose.

(3) Ferrule joint: It is mainly used for the connection between metal hose and steel pipe. The ferrule joint does not need to be threaded on the steel pipe.

(4) Plug-in joints: mainly used for pre-buried pipes with small gaps, inserted into the inner diameter of steel pipes, and easy to install.

(5) Reducing joint: It is mainly used when the caliber of the steel pipe and the metal hose are inconsistent, and can be arbitrarily enlarged or reduced according to the requirements of on-site installation.

Name : 296 Push-On Union/ Hose Splicer

Push-On Union / Hose Splicer are machined from the highest quality brass or stainless steel. The barbs are specifically engineered to work with Push-On hose, ensuring a tight connection without clamps. Assembly is easy and quick -- just push the hose onto the fitting until it bottoms on the yellow stop ring, this ensures that all of the barbs are engaged with the hose and will also help keep the end of the hose from fraying.