0

Your Cart is Empty

3615

Lamp Pipe Flange

Using a Brass Lamp Pipe Flange is an easy way to construct a lamp. Brass flange connector attaches to wooden lamp bases with two screws. Once the flange is attached to the lamp base, a piece of 1/8 IP standard lamp pipe or nipple can be screwed into the threaded part of the flange for a firm hold. Threaded 1/8 IP to fit standard lamp pipe.
  • Sold Each
  • Screws included
  • 1-1/4" Diameter
  • 7/16" Height
  • Tapped 1/8 IP
  • Standard Lamp Thread Sizes

    Lamp Thread Sizes

    Standardized thread sizes for lamps enable many types of parts to be connected. It is imperative to know the thread size when replacing any antique lamp parts. List of common lamp threads and there uses provides a quick reference.

    • 8-32 - 5/32" outside diameter, used as holder screws with some glass shades.
    • 1/4-20 - 9/16" outside diameter
    • 1/4-27 - 7/32" outside diameter, used on harp posts & most lamp finials.
    • 1/8 IP-27 - 3/8" outside diameter, very common thread used on table lamps, socket caps, and some finials. Allows electrical wire to pass through pipe.
    • 1/4 IP-18 - 1/2" outside diameter, used on floor lamps, clusters, ceiling fixtures, and floor lamp bases.
    • 3/8 IP - 5/8" outside diameter, used on chandeliers and hanging lamps.

    Lamp Thread Sizes

    Lamp Terminology

    • F: designates a female thread - part is tapped having interior threads.
    • M: designates a male thread - threaded with exterior threads.
    • Watts: Volts multiplied by Amps
    • Amps: Watts divided by Volts
    • Volts: Watts divided by Amps

    Free Shipping on Orders over $99 to the 48 contiguous US

    Low $6.95 flat-rate shipping for orders less than $99 to the 48 contiguous states, USA

    Returns are accepted within 60 days of receipt for a full merchandise refund - your original payment method will be credited for the merchandise amount.

    Net Orders Checkout

    Item Price Qty Total
    Subtotal $0.00
    Shipping
    Total

    Shipping Address

    Shipping Methods