Most residential garden hoses have a5/8鈥?internal diameterwith 11.5NH or 11.5 threads per inch. Some professional or high-flow hoses are 3/4鈥?11.5NH while some cheaper hoses are 1/2鈥?11.5NH. It is rare however to find a residential hose fitting that uses a different thread pitch.
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What size is a garden hose thread?
Threads are garden hose thread (GHT), which is 3/4 diameter strait (non-tapered) thread with a pitch of 11.5 threads per inch (TPI) on one end and tapered NPT (National Pipe Thread) on the other. Keeping this in view, what size is a standard water hose fitting?
What size pipe fittings do I need for a hose?
However, they can be specified according to the internal dimensions of the hose or the pipe. The standard fittings are either 3/4-11.5NH or 5/8-11.5NH. Notice that 鈥?and 5/8鈥?are the internal diameters of the hose of the pipe while 11.5 is the thread pitch.
How do you measure a garden hose?
A tape measure is the best way to measure your personal garden hose鈥檚 size. Simply run the tape measure from the top of your hose鈥檚 opening to the bottom and record its diameter. When measuring, the number should refer to the internal diameter, as this is size that needs to match the garden hose to a fitting nozzle or faucet. Why Does Size Matter?
What is a garden hose connector?
A garden hose connector attaches the hose to the spigot or a hose accessory such as a spray nozzle or wand. The size of the connector depends on the size of the hose. For example, a 5/8-inch hose uses a 5/8-inch connector. To determine the size of your connector measure its inside diameter.