A pin or peg used to stop the vent in a cask; also, the plug of a faucet or cock.
The plain end of a cast-iron pipe. The spigot is inserted into the bell end of the next pipe to make a water tight joint.
A type of fitting, essentially a section of pipe fused cleanly into a valve. This protruding pipe is then fused into the piping system. Usually found in high purity systems.
a faucet for drawing water from a pipe or cask
a plug for a bunghole in a cask
a male connection on a fitting
a small wooden peg used to stop the vent-hole of a barrel or cask
A special shaped turned projection designed to fit into the chuck jaws.
A type of ferrule comprised of a plug or internal sleeve joined internally and permanently to one rod section and fitting inside another section by means of a friction fit.
A stumpy rod which fixes to the stirrup of a followspot so it can be fitted into a telescopic stand
The neck of the faucet where the water is discharged.
1. A faucet. 2. The end of a pipe that is inserted into a enlarged end of another pipe to form a joint.