The Engineering ToolBox and Maryland Metrics are two organizations that have charts showing pipe thread sizes on their websites. Common American national standard pipe taper threads are the NPT and NPTF, says The Engineering ToolBox.
An American National standard taper pipe thread chart includes the nominal pipe size, outside diameter, threads per inch and the pitch of the thread. The chart on the Machining Products website also includes measures of the length and diameter for hand tight engagement,...
The National Pipe Straight Mechanical thread chart provides the thread allowance, major diameter and pitch diameter of the external thread, as well as the minor diameter and pitch diameter of the internal thread for each of the nominal pipe size. It also lists the threa...
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research publishes a wire gauge chart on its website. The chart shows average wire gauges along with current limits for each gauge along with maximum amps for chassis wiring and maximum amps for power transmission. For simplici...
Use a wire gauge amp chart to determine the approximate wire size for an electrical load. There are separate charts for different types of wire. Since the resistance of electricity is dependent on several factors, the chart cannot give the exact size for every applicati...
Cerro Wire, a manufacturer of copper electrical building wire, provides a wire size and amp ratings chart on its website. On the chart, Cerro identifies the maximum amp load for both copper and aluminum wire of varying wire gauge sizes.
Find pipe thread data on the data tables and explanations available on the website of the Plumbing Supply Group, LLC. The company provides data on male and female pipe threads and a glossary of commonly used pipe thread acronyms.