The muff is a pipe connection element used in many fields, especially in pipe installations. It provides the extension of the line or installation by combining the pipes.
Where are Muffs Used??
Muffs are important fittings for plumbing and pipes. It is widely used today.
- Plumbing areas in workplaces
- industrial areas
- home installations
- Major industry projects
- It is used in most areas of industry, especially in underground installations.
If the diameters of the pipes that need to be connected to each other in a pipeline are different, then a reduction muff should be used. The connection is made by attaching the large diameter pipe with the reduction muff to the larger part of the sleeve, and the smaller diameter one to the small diameter part of the muff.
Muffs without threads are called socket muff. In such muffs, the pipe is also not threaded in the muff. These muffs are connected by welding to the place where the pipe enters after the pipe enters the muff. The most important advantage of the muff is that they are both easy to assemble and disassemble and do not require any special workmanship.