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Bulkhead Schedule 80 Slip x Thread (Slip on the Flange/Head side)

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Bulkheads are used to attach plumbing to your aquarium or sump. These heavy duty Schedule 80 PVC bulkheads feature some distinct advantages over ABS bulkheads.



  • O-Rings are 2X as thick as ABS O-Rings

  • Schedule 80 construction will far outlast ABS

  • Reliable seams


1/2" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions



  1. 51mm/2"

  2. 70mm/2.75"

  3. 32mm/1.25" (Installation Hole Size)

  4. Use our 35mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

3/4" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions



  1. 59mm/2.32"

  2. 71mm/2.79"

  3. 41mm/1.61" (Installation Hole Size)

  4. Use our 42mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

1" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions



  1. 65mm/2.55"

  2. 73mm/2.87"

  3. 48mm/1.88" (Installation Hole Size)

  4. Use our 48mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

1 1/2" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions



  1. 90mm/3.54"

  2. 82mm/ 3.22"

  3. 64mm/2.51" (Installation Hole Size)

  4. Use our 65mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

2" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions



  1. 103mm/4.05"

  2. 81mm/ 3.18"

  3. 81mm/3.18" (Installation Hole Size)

  4. Use our 85mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation
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  • Quick Overview

Bulkheads are used to attach plumbing to your aquarium or sump. These heavy duty Schedule 80 PVC bulkheads feature some distinct advantages over ABS bulkheads.

  • O-Rings are 2X as thick as ABS O-Rings
  • Schedule 80 construction will far outlast ABS
  • Reliable seams

1/2" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions

  1. 51mm/2"
  2. 70mm/2.75"
  3. 32mm/1.25" (Installation Hole Size)
  4. Use our 35mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

3/4" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions

  1. 59mm/2.32"
  2. 71mm/2.79"
  3. 41mm/1.61" (Installation Hole Size)
  4. Use our 42mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

1" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions

  1. 65mm/2.55"
  2. 73mm/2.87"
  3. 48mm/1.88" (Installation Hole Size)
  4. Use our 48mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

1 1/2" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions

  1. 90mm/3.54"
  2. 82mm/ 3.22"
  3. 64mm/2.51" (Installation Hole Size)
  4. Use our 65mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation

2" Schedule 80 Bulkhead Slip X Thread Dimensions

  1. 103mm/4.05"
  2. 81mm/ 3.18"
  3. 81mm/3.18" (Installation Hole Size)
  4. Use our 85mm Diamond Coated Glass Drill Bit for DIY installation
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  • by David Lewis on April 7, 2014, @1:41 PM

    Hi, I purchased your 1 inch and 3/4 inch schedule 80 bulkhead fittings. I called your site and spoke to a representative and asked if I should purchase the 48 mm and 42 mm drill bits to cut my acrylic tank to fit the bulkheads. He said I should purchase the hole cutting kit to cut acrylic, which I did. My question is what hole cutter to use for these bulkheads. 48 mms = 1.89 inches and 42 mms = 1.65 inches. The kit doesn't come with those sizes. What should I do?

    Thanks,
    David

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi David,
    The holes just have to be large enough for the spindle of the bulkhead to go through, but small enough that the flange, o-ring, and nut still have something to grab onto (i.e. bigger then dimension C but smaller than dimension A). This leaves quiet a wide area to work with but best to err on the side of a smaller hole rather then a larger one. In your case with those particular bulkheads you would use a 2" and a 1.75" bit.

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  • by Craig on December 4, 2013, @4:29 AM

    I have two 1" holes drilled in an existing tank that currently fits the ABS bulkheads. My question is, can I switch to the schedule 80 bulkheads or will the holes not match up? If those bulkheads won't work, would I be able to use the schedule 80 pipe with the ABS bulkheads? Just wanted to clarify before I purchased.

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Craig,
    Unfortunately the holes would not match up. The sch80 bulkheads require a significantly larger hole but the sch80 pipe will work just fine with the abs bulkheads.

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  • by Glenn Janke on September 19, 2013, @7:16 AM

    Do you stock slip x slip?

    Bulk Reef Supply Hey Glenn,
    Sorry but those are unavailable in the sch80 bulkheads. We do however have them in ABS bulkheads.
    http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/bulkhead-abs-slip-x-slip-2.html

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Full Details

1/2" ABS Bulkhead Thread X Slip Dimensions

  1. 44mm/1.72"
  2. 43mm/1.69"
  3. 27mm/1.06" (Installation Hole Size)

3/4" ABS Bulkhead Thread X Slip Dimensions

  1. 52mm/2.04"
  2. 50mm/1.98"
  3. 34mm/1.33" (Installation Hole Size)

1" ABS Bulkhead Thread X Slip Dimensions

  1. 68mm/2.67"
  2. 63mm/2.67"
  3. 42mm/1.65" (Installation Hole Size)

1.5" ABS Bulkhead Thread X Slip Dimensions

  1. 86mm/3.38"
  2. 73mm/ 2.87"
  3. 59mm/2.32" (Installation Hole Size)

2" ABS Bulkhead Thread x Slip Dimensions

  1. 98mm/3.85"
  2. 73mm/ 2.87"
  3. 72mm/2.83" (Installation Hole Size)

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  • Works well, By STarFishMan on 4/2/2015

    These are very nice and the gasket is beefy. Great although I was hoping for the slip end on the tank side rather than threaded. Maybe I missed that. Outside of this they are really nice and the price is right.
  • Excellent By Jose on 1/19/2015

    Very well made heavy duty
  • Excellent By Jose on 1/19/2015

    Very well made heavy duty
  • great product By dpoz on 12/3/2014

    Have been using BRS plumbing for all my builds there great.
  • Beefy Bulkheads By Derek on 5/2/2014

    The 1" bulkhead fits snug in the 48mm holes drilled from the diamond coated bits from BRS. Simple and very sturdy looking bulk heads. Thanks BRS as always!
  • High Quality - Was unable to use them By Steve on 2/20/2014

    I bought a Deep Blue pre drilled 75G tank and the bulkheads that came with it were barbed and I wanted to run PVC. I ordered this and another 3/4 one thinking it would fit. I was wrong. The bulkhead itself is very thick and has a nice size gasket on it. if my tank wasn't already drilled then I would have definitely used these instead of the ABS. but as it stands I had to order the ABS ones.. which BTW were still better quality than the ones that came with the tank
  • Worth buying right the first time By Scott on 11/24/2013

    When I decided to drill my tank I decided drill the bigger hole and start with the sch-80 fitting. The bulkhead feels very well made, and the gaskets sealed up water tight the first time without any effort. If you're going to the time & expense of drilling your tank you should spend a little more to get the best fitting possible.
  • definitely heavy duty By eric on 4/15/2013

    I have used the ABS bulkheads recently as well, which work fine for surface level skimming and such. If you are using bulkheads below surface level and want to be leak-free use these!
  • 1" sch 80 bulkhead By eline on 4/15/2013

    Used this in my 45 gal glass sump to supply an external pump. Having previously used the abs bulkheads I can tell you these are built way beefier.
  • Go for SCH 80 By Matt on 4/6/2013

    I never tried the ABS bulkheads, but went with the schedule 80 ones just for overkill. My only concern was the schedule 80 bulkhead required a larger hole. However, I drilled (4) 48mm holes in my 40 gallon breeder with no issues.
  • High Quality By Travis on 3/15/2013

    I can tell these are high quality bulkheads and am so glad I went with these over the standard ones.
  • Great product for the do it yourself-er. By Rick on 3/15/2013

    Heavy duty product at a good price. Does what it's suppose to do. First time to drill an aquarium myself. Videos and products helped me to do the job right. What seemed to be complicated was done in about 20 min. from start to finish. Thanks BRS.

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