You can just mix and match galvanized and brass anyway you want to, without ‘transition fittings’. And, I have seen mixed systems which are decades old and there was NO electrolysis failure. Galvanic action is not bad with brass between galvanized. Galvanized between brass will eat up the galvanized rather quickly.
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Can you use brass fittings on galvanized pipe?
For example, you may need to connect a brass barb to your galvanized pipe system, since galvanized barb fittings can be difficult to find. Click to see full answer. Similarly one may ask, can you connect galvanized steel to brass? To safely connect copper and galvanized steel, you have two options.
How do you connect copper to galvanized steel pipes?
To safely connect copper and galvanized steel, you have two options. Since brass doesn’t react with either the copper or the zinc, one method is to make sure you have a threaded female end on both the copper and the steel pipes, and then connect the two by simply inserting a short threaded brass nipple between them.
Can you connect brass fittings to stainless steel?
In the case of stainless steel (410) and brass, they are seven metals apart, which means they would be likely to corrode if connected directly. Should I use Teflon tape on brass fittings?
Can you thread brass into steel?
Can you thread brass into steel? Can you thread brass into steel? To safely connect copper and galvanized steel, you have two options.