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Old 19-05-2018, 12:32   #1
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15mm Tubing, Whale vs Seatech

I am in the process of replacing the 30 year old plumbing on my boat. I purchased Whale 15mm tubing and connectors. The problem I am having is connecting to the new and existing fixtures. The new head faucet requires a 1/2 NPS adapter and I have the Whale WX1532b adapter but their web site does not say if it is an NPT, NPS, or BPS thread.

Seatech sells a 15mm to 1/2 NPS adapter, can I use a Seatech 15mm connecter with the Whale 15mm tubing? I had the tubing cut to length and cannot return it. Does anyone know what type of threads the Whale WX1532b is? I have been searching the internet and get different info for Whale products, for example some say the WX1513 is British threads while the West Marine packaging says it is NPT.
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Old 19-05-2018, 12:48   #2
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Re: 15mm Tubing, Whale vs Seatech

pretty much those are the same
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