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772: Rigid Grooved Coupling

The GRINNELL Figure 772 Rigid Coupling provides a rigid joint by firmly gripping along the full 360° circumference of the pipe grooves. This coupling offers a dependable method of joining pipe and is an economical alternative to welding, threading, or using flanges. The GRINNELL Figure 772 Rigid Coupling is UL Listed for grounding and bonding, and is suitable for bonding systems with a maximum service entrance capacity of 200 amps. Sizes 32 - 200mm (1 1/4" - 8") feature a clamshell design that makes installation easier and faster.

Data Sheet: G141 Install Sheet: G901

740: Rapid Installation Pivot-Bolt (GRIP) Rigid Couplings

The Figure 740 GRINNELL Rapid Installation Pivot-Bolt (GRIP) Rigid Coupling, provides a rigid joint in one tenth the time of traditional joining methods and in half the time of standard grooved Couplings.
Figure 740 GRIP Couplings are a proven, dependable, and more efficient method of joining pipe. Simply push the EHT gasket onto the pipe, swing the coupling body over the gasket, and tighten only one bolt. In comparison with other installation-ready couplings, the Figure 740 GRIP Coupling allows clear visual confirmation that the gasket is properly seated on the gasket sealing surfaces.


Data Sheet: G144 Install Sheet: G906

774: Rigid Grooved Coupling

The GRINNELL Figure 774 Grooved Rigid Coupling provides a rigid joint by firmly gripping along the full circumference of the pipe grooves. Figure 774 Grooved Rigid Couplings are a proven dependable method of joining pipe and are an economical alternative to welding, threading, or using flanges. It is capable of pressures up to 34.5 Bar (500 psi) depending on pipe size and wall thickness when used in fire protection services.

Data Sheet: G142 Install Sheet: G901

705: Flexible Grooved Couplings

The GRINNELL Figure 705 Flexible Coupling allows for angular and linear deflection, thermal expansion and contraction, and misalignments of pipe. It is capable of pressures up to 34.5 Bar (500 psi), depending on pipe size and wall thickness. Suitable for use in a variety of applications, the GRINNELL Figure 705 Coupling provides a dependable method of joining pipe.

Data Sheet: G110 Install Sheet: G901

770: High Pressure Rigid Grooved Couplings

The Figure 770 Rigid Coupling provides a rigid joint by firmly gripping along the circumference of the pipe grooves. This coupling offers a dependable method for joining pipe and is an economical alternative to welding, threading, or using flanges. It is capable of pressures up to 68.9 Bar (1000 psi) depending on pipe size and wall thickness.

Data Sheet: G138 Install Sheet: G901

707: Heavy Duty Flexible Grooved Couplings

The GRINNELL Figure 707 Heavy Duty Flexible Coupling allows for angular and linear deflection, thermal expansion and contraction, and misalignments of the pipe. Flexible couplings can act as an "expansion joint", allowing linear and angular movement of the pipes when properly installed. This coupling is capable of pressures up to 68.9 Bar (1,000 psi), depending on pipe size and wall thickness. Suitable for use in a variety of applications, the Figure 707 Coupling provides a dependable method of joining pipe.

Data Sheet: G130 Install Sheet: G901

707L: Large Diameter Grooved Couplings

GRINNELL Figure 707L Large Diameter Coupling is designed for joining large diameter IPS roll grooved pipes. The coupling castings are a two to eight segment design and utilize two bolts at each segment joint to ensure proper connection and seal.
Suitable for use in a variety of applications where there is a need to move large volumes of fluids, the Figure 707L Large Diameter Coupling provides a dependable method of joining pipe.


Data Sheet: G133

909: Plain End Couplings

The GRINNELL Figure 909 Plain End Coupling utilizes hardened gripping teeth to securely grip onto plain and beveled end pipe surfaces. It is capable of pressures up to 51.7 Bar (750 psi) depending on pipe size and wall thickness.

Data Sheet: G190 Install Sheet: G905

780: Grooved Snap Couplings

The GRINNELL Figure 780 Grooved Snap Coupling is designed for quickly connecting and disconnecting cut or rolled grooved piping systems. By utilizing a hinged lever mechanism, grooved piping segments are joined quickly and securely without nuts and bolts. Coupling housing segments are locked in place by securing the lever handle with a split pin.

Data Sheet: G145 Install Sheet: G944

716: Flexible Reducing Grooved Couplings

The GRINNELL Figure 716 Flexible Reducing Coupling allows for a direct transition between two different pipe sizes and replaces two couplings and a reducing fitting. It is capable of pressures up to 34.5 Bar (500 psi) depending on pipe size and wall thickness. A flexible reducing coupling is not recommended for low-temperature applications.

Data Sheet: G120

702: Mechanical Outlet Grooved Couplings

The GRINNELL Figure 702 Mechanical Outlet Coupling has the combined features of a coupling and a reducing outlet, eliminating the need for a mechanical tee or other associated couplings. The coupling is available in grooved, male-threaded, or female-threaded outlets. This design makes installation faster, safer, and more cost effective on the job site.

Data Sheet: G220 Install Sheet: G957

Continuity Clip: Electrical Continuity

Earth bonding of the GRINNELL couplings in painted finish can be made in steel pipework systems with an electrical continuity clip. This clip, manufactured from 301-grade stainless steel, is designed to ensure electrical continuity in situations of high current loading and/or corrosive environments, providing equipotential bonding of the conductive parts.


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