Flush FWC Coupling The flush FWC coupling joint consists of a reduced diameter FWC coupling fixed to one pipe end in a recess that seals to the spigot(recessed)end of another pipe by compressing the elastomeric gasket contained on the inside of the coupling. The joint has approximately the same O.D. as the pipe, so when assembled, the joint is essentially flush with the pipe outside surface. It is designed for pressure service in jacking installationsAllowable angular deflection limits and joining force are similar to the FWC coupling
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