feature rugged construction that also enhances durability. They are designed for use with threaded conduits
to reduce the size of a hub allowing it to house a pipe of a smaller scale. Putting this in another way, Reduced Bushings join two pipes of different diameters. Their standard finish consists of either zinc-plated steel or galvanized steel.
Other finishes include aluminum acrylic paint and chromate treatment. Whether featuring electroplated zinc or other coatings, Reducing Bushings work perfectly in damp locations as they do not rust. More so, they are threaded to achieve a firm hold in a metal sheet.
Besides steel, you will also find Reducing Bushings that are made of copper-free aluminum, iron alloy, and zinc. These, too, are corrosion resistant and dust-proof. Reducing Bushings are available in an assortment of sizes, and you can accessorize with washers of an equivalent fit. Besides being corrosion-free, these bushings can also withstand an explosion.