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Parallel joint set

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The HJ-13NP is a metal anti-static joint used to reinforce the structural capacity of two pipes. This connector connects two pipes together and increases the structural capability of the pipe that supports a charge by more than 68%. At Flexpipe, this is often used in the assembly of tables and workstations. This reinforcement technique is recommended if you want to place considerable weight on a large working surface. This joint is also used for general reinforcement purposes.

To make an HJ-13NP, you need to assemble two H-13NP with one M6-25BWZ bolt and one M6-NWZ nut. You can duplicate the effect of this connector by connecting multiple pipes in a series. If you plan to use this joint to increase the structural capacity of your structure, we recommend that you first check out the technical information for the Flexpipe system and our design tutorial in the learning section.

Since the HJ-13NP is so important in the conception of heavy duty structures.
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Best SellerNo
Units per boxNA
Needed parts2 (H13NP) + 1 (M6-25BWZ) + 1 (M6NWZ)
External height inches1 5/16 in (33mm)
External width inches2 11/16 in (94mm)
External depth inches1 5/16 in (33mm)
Unit weight pounds0.253 lbs (0.115 kg)
RoHS certificationYes
Frequency of useModerate
Reusable partsYes
Electric conductivity (ESD)Yes
MaterialHot rolled steel (SPHC)
Steel hardness (HRB)0.65
UV resistanceHigh
System operational temperature-40°F à 122°F (-40°C à 50°C)
Steel treatmentNickel electroplating
1- Make sure you have the following parts:
2 H-13NP
1 M6-25BWZ
1 M6-NWZ
2 28mm pipes of your choice
1 Allen key or one drill equipped with an Allen Key 5mm tip
2- Take two connectors H-13NP and group them around the pipes P1 and P2.
3-Take a M6-25BWZ bolt and a M6-NWZ nut and insert them into the corresponding openings. Make sure to put the bolt on the more accessible side.
4- Tighten completely the M6-25BWZ bolt and M6-NWZ nut together until the HJ-13NP attached firmly to both pipes . A force of 9.8 Nm is recommended for this step.