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Despriction: G Thread? Mechanical engineering general discussion 0183;32;The "G" designation is used to denote a BSPP (British Standard Pipe Parallel) thread. This is described in the Machinery's Handbook. The tapered version is rather uncommon in Europe, and when used, is shown as a BSPT thread.I think its British straight pipe thread.It appears to be British designation. Try this site. http://mdmetric/tech/thddat7.htm1Yes, its British. It's what the Europeans call a 1/4" BSP thread. BSP threads are slightly different from NPT threads the TPI is not always theG (supposedly from German/English "Gas") are the cylindrical pipe threads used on originally inch based pipes. The internal (conical) pipe thread iIf you want it to seal the fitting needs an oring on the face.Yes, that's correct, although there is such a thing as a BSPT thread. I'm not sure what the european designation of those is. It was a little sloppPlease correct my previous posting: The internal G thread is cylindrical; the external can be conical ("GCon")BSP threads can be straight or tapered. BSPT is tapered as far as I know. They will seal without an "O"ring if PTFE tape is used or if a thread seaG threads are identical with BSP. The "G" is from the German "Gewinde" meaning "Thread". They can be tapered or parallel, the parallel threads areWell, It has always been my understanding that if you just say BSP, technically that is a straight thread, as is a G thread if it has no other desiCorrect Format for Thread Callout Drafting Standards, GD Jul 30, 2012G threads DASSAULT: SOLIDWORKS 3D Design EngTipsApr 27, 2007See more results

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