Can you thread copper to brass?
Similarly, you may ask, can I connect copper to brass?
As an alloy of copper and zinc, brass is compatible with copper, and manufacturers produce many common plumbing fittings with the material. Solder adheres as well to brass as it does to copper, so the fittings are usually molded with slip joints so you can solder them to the pipes.
Subsequently, question is, do you use Teflon on brass fittings? teflon tape and firm is sufficent because if you're just jaming the brass together you can break the seal provided by the teflon or similar, if using unions they seal brass to brass and use the above mention nudge and grunt rule, just be carful not to mishape the fitting as brass can crack or bend with undue force.
Herein, can copper be threaded?
The copper for plumbing is actually tubing, never threaded, but attached to threaded fittings that are sometimes copper (thick copper) or brass, usually by soldering, brazing, or mechanical connection (press fit, push to connect, etc.).
Is it OK to connect brass to stainless steel?
Connecting stainless steel plumbing pipes to brass fittings and pipes is risky. In the case of stainless steel (410) and brass, they are seven metals apart, which means they would be likely to corrode if connected directly. When it comes to stainless steel (301, 304 and 310) and brass, they are only two metals apart.