British Standard Pipe


British Standard Pipe

Raccord BSP

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BSP ou BSPT est un type de raccord hydraulique. Il désigne en réalité la forme du filetage et la façon dont l'étanchéité est faite. Dans le cas du BSP, elle est assurée par un contact cône sur arête.

Le nom BSP provient de British Standard Pipe (ou British Standard Pipe Thread).

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