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- End 1 Diameter: 1/4 in.
- End 1 Type: Compression
- End 3 Type: Compression
- Material: Yellow Brass
- Product Type: Cap
- Compatible Pipe Material: Copper, Aluminum and Plastic
- Color Family: Brass
- Material Type: Yellow Brass
- Average Lead Content: Lead-Free
- Fits For: For Low to Medium Pressure Applications
- Maximum Pressure: 400 psi
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- Attractive Design
- Easy To Assemble
- Sleeve Not Included
- Compression Fittings
- Saddle Valve Outlet
Comments about JMF 1/4in Compression Cap (4503520):
Ace Hardware review for a 1/4 inch compression cap:
As with any compression fitting, this cap requires a compression sleeve ("ferrule" or "olive"), which is deformed into a tight seal by compression between the threaded components.
To cap the 1/4 inch compression outlet of a saddle valve, insert a 1/4 inch metal compression sleeve into the back of the 1/4 inch compression cap, and then carefully screw the compression cap onto the outlet of the saddle valve.
Hand tighten, and then use a wrench to turn the compression cap 1/4 turn more. If the compression cap leaks after a while, then tighten the cap slightly; repeat this process until the cap no longer leaks.