Threaded side is NOT NPT threads and will not properly connect to PVC NPT pipe. By Steve on 1/25/2017
Steve wouldn't recommend this product to a friend
The threaded side of this is not threaded for the tapered NPT like one would expect for plumbing pieces. Even with excessive amounts of nylon tape (like suggested by the live chat assistant on their website) the PVC male threads fully into the bulkhead with out tightening until it bottoms out and they still leak a little. Not worth the money and are quite flimsy. Very disappointed.
Bulkhead ABS By William on 11/23/2016
William would recommend this product to a friend
Great service exactly as described
Low profile wet side, good seal By don_chuwish on 4/3/2016
don_chuwish would recommend this product to a friend
Perfect for a 'ghost' overflow external box. Thread on the outside, slip on the inside allows for change. Good quality.
High Quality By B on 1/4/2016
B would recommend this product to a friend
Purchased several bulkheads from BRS ranging in different sizes and thread/slip. Very pleased. Well built. Never had a leak, but i usually add a small amount of silicone just to be safe. That's my OCD. Tested without silicone and no leaks. I only buy my bulkheads from BRS. If you are looking for a quality bulkhead you will not be disappointed with BRS bulkheads or any of their products. Don't let the price fool you. In this case you get quality at affordable price.
Would recommend By Juken on 11/25/2015
Juken would recommend this product to a friend
Solid buy for the price By Deneed4spd on 2/3/2015
Deneed4spd would recommend this product to a friend
Used several over couple years and had no issue with leaks, etc. Good bang for the buck.
Great parts! By Jonathan on 1/24/2015
Jonathan would recommend this product to a friend
I bought these for my tank the other day because my old ones finally gave out after 3 years. These are amazing bulkheads and I will never use any other type.
threads are a little loose fitting By Ken on 1/22/2015
Ken would recommend this product to a friend
I purchased four of the slip thread bulkheads for my 180 and was surprised that the schedule 40 male adapters from Depot did not snug up as tight as they would have in a schedule 40 female adapter. They screwed in straight to the bottom. I wound Teflon tape around them to tighten the threads a bit. I will update on leaks after I pressurize the returns.
great product By dpoz on 12/3/2014
dpoz would recommend this product to a friend
These schedule 80 fitting are great I used them on my 29 gal build and now on my 180 build all the box stores have crap great for the price.
Nothing but trouble By vtecintegra on 9/12/2014
vtecintegra wouldn't recommend this product to a friend
I can't believe I'm the only one having this problem according to other reviews, but 5 out of 11 threaded on the non-flange side have split at the seam and leaked. I consider myself half way adept being in the hobby for 12 years. Tightened by hand, paste instead of tape, and two 1/2" and three 1" all splitting on the seam. You really can't see the crack until pumping water through. BRS promotes these as better and heavier duty to normal ABS bulkheads? I'd hate to see how a lesser quality bulkhead holds up. You can see the molding line down the center and that's where each one has cracked. IMO they are cheap and asking for trouble. The first three were just an annoyance since they are on my ATS box over the sump, so dripping isn't a show stopper. The fourth though was on my ghost type overflow requiring draining down the tank, disconnecting hoses, and pulling the box to get it out. My fought for trying to save a few bucks. Schedule 80 on my other tank has never caused any problems. I do not recommend buying the threaded on the non-flange side. If you are trying to save a few bucks like my mistake, at least go slip and cement your fitting instead using screw in fittings.