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Spigot outlet

French translation: robinet, cannette, fausset, goujon à enfoncer, tourillon

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English term or phrase:spigot
French translation:robinet, cannette, fausset, goujon à enfoncer, tourillon
Entered by: Brigitte Gendebien
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04:53 Dec 11, 2000
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Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Spigot outlet
Construction - Storm water drainage
Christine Moulet
Australia
Local time: 13:46
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Explanation:
Spigot Outlet (General Terms):
Male, pipe size, plain end connection for caulking into soil pipe hub or joining to plain end pipe with mechanical coupling - i.e., NO-HUB.

Spigot Adapter (General Terms):
A fitting, threaded at one end with standard soil pipe spigot at the other end which is used to convert threaded products to spigot connections.

Spigot Connection (Ferrule) (Cleanouts):
Male plain end outlet for caulking into soil hubs or for connecting with No-Hub clamp.

(http://www.jrsmith.com/glossary/all.htm)

Examples:
Floor-Drain Inlet Fittings: Cast iron, with threaded inlet and threaded or spigot outlet, and trap seal primer valve connection. (http://www.ttu.edu/~phyplant/phyplant/engr/standards/eng1543...

See pictures :
http://www.pascospecialty.com/f00005.htm
http://www.shipcontainersupplies.com/tank_2.html

spigot= robinet, cannette, fausset, goujon à enfoncer, tourillon
spigot-and-socket joint = manchon maté, raccord à emboîtement, assemblage à manchons
spigot end= bout mâle d'un tuyau à emboîtement
spigot pipe = tuyau à manchons, tuyau à emboîtement
outlet = déversoir, débouché, orifice de sortie, sortie, issue
outlet pipe = tuyau découlement
outlet valve = vanne de vidange
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Brigitte Gendebien
Belgium
Local time: 03:46
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Explanation:
Spigot Outlet (General Terms):
Male, pipe size, plain end connection for caulking into soil pipe hub or joining to plain end pipe with mechanical coupling - i.e., NO-HUB.

Spigot Adapter (General Terms):
A fitting, threaded at one end with standard soil pipe spigot at the other end which is used to convert threaded products to spigot connections.

Spigot Connection (Ferrule) (Cleanouts):
Male plain end outlet for caulking into soil hubs or for connecting with No-Hub clamp.

(http://www.jrsmith.com/glossary/all.htm)

Examples:
Floor-Drain Inlet Fittings: Cast iron, with threaded inlet and threaded or spigot outlet, and trap seal primer valve connection. (http://www.ttu.edu/~phyplant/phyplant/engr/standards/eng1543...

See pictures :
http://www.pascospecialty.com/f00005.htm
http://www.shipcontainersupplies.com/tank_2.html

spigot= robinet, cannette, fausset, goujon à enfoncer, tourillon
spigot-and-socket joint = manchon maté, raccord à emboîtement, assemblage à manchons
spigot end= bout mâle d'un tuyau à emboîtement
spigot pipe = tuyau à manchons, tuyau à emboîtement
outlet = déversoir, débouché, orifice de sortie, sortie, issue
outlet pipe = tuyau découlement
outlet valve = vanne de vidange



    Reference: http://www.wadedrains.com/html/4-15.htm
    Reference: http://www.wadedrains.com/html/7-10.htm
Brigitte Gendebien
Belgium
Local time: 03:46
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 755
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