G Thread (Metric BSPP) Male to NPT Female Adapter - Lead Free (1/2" x 3/4")

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Cascada Showers

Pipe Fittings

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  • G Thread is a Parallel (straight) thread (BSPP - British Standard Pipe Parallel), which has a constant diameter. The NPT thread is slightly tapered, while the G connection is straight. No Washer Needed.
  • G1/2" Male Thread Water Pipe to 3/4" NPT Adapter Female Thread. Adapt from Male BSPP to Female NPT.
  • Metric BSPP 1/2" (G) Male to NPT 3/4" Female pipe fitting converter (Brass)
  • "G thread male" means that the male part of the adapter is a G thread.
  • Lead - Free Adapter. Material: Brass
  • Size: 1/2" Male G, 3/4" Female NPT.


The Cascada Showers G Thread (Metric BSPP) Male to NPT Female Adapter is a lead-free pipe fitting that allows you to connect two pipes with different thread types. It is made of durable brass and has threads that are manufactured to the highest quality standards. This adapter is easy to install and is perfect for use in a variety of plumbing applications.


  • Lead-free brass construction
  • High quality threads
  • Easy to install
  • Perfect for a variety of plumbing applications


  • Lead-free for safe drinking water
  • Durable construction for long-lasting performance
  • Connect G thread male connectors to NPT thread female connectors
  • Use in a variety of applications, including plumbing, HVAC, and irrigation
  • Durable and corrosion resistant
  • Leak-free connection
  • Easy to install for quick and easy repairs
  • Compatible with a variety of pipe types


This adapter is perfect for use in a variety of applications, including:

  • Connecting a G thread faucet to an NPT thread hose
  • Connecting a G thread shower head to an NPT thread shower arm
  • Connecting a G thread pipe to an NPT thread valve
  • Connecting a G thread irrigation fitting to an NPT thread sprinkler head
  • Also, you could use it to connect a European shower head to an American shower arm.


This adapter is easy to install. Simply screw the G thread male end into the G thread female connector and the NPT thread female end into the NPT thread male connector. Be sure to use a pipe wrench or other suitable tool to tighten the adapter securely.


This adapter requires very little maintenance. Simply inspect it regularly for signs of wear or damage and replace it if necessary.

Package: 1 Pc of  1/2" MG to 3/4" FNPT Adapter.

Technical Details

  • Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CSSL56160650
  • Item Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Package Dimensions : 2.1 x 1.7 x 1 inches
  • Item model number: HDD1043
  • Size : 1/2" x 3/4" (1 Piece)
  • Finish: Brass
  • Material: Brass
  • Shape: Adapter
  • Installation Method: Screw-In
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Number Of Pieces: 1
  • Measurement System: Metric, Inch
  • Batteries Included? No
  • Batteries Required? No


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Customer Reviews

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Quality brass product

Converted US fitting for use in NZ (same as Europe).

J. Alfred
Great adapters if you need them...

I purchased a shower system (made in China) from another big online retailer and was surprised to learn that NPT threaded fittings are only used in the US and Canada. The rest of the world uses BSP (British Standard Pipe). Well I also learned that instructions translated from Chinese to English are not always crystal clear and so getting my new shower connected (there were 8 fittings) was a matter of trial and error because the shower diverter/mixer valves where parallel (BSPP) threaded and the devices (rainfall shower, waterfall, handheld) where BSPT (tapered). So I found these, which were perfect for my application, but again, due to poor instructions, it was a trial and error exercise figuring out what I needed. I ended up buying more adapters than I needed, and so I had to return what I didn't need. In the end, it all worked out, but next time, I'm buying an American brand (probably also made in China, but at least to US standards)