My maintenance guys uncovered this under some insulation. They weren't sure what it was, so they asked me. I also wasn't sure. I suspect a check valve, but it was too corroded to read any of the letters on the body. It also does not look like any piping component I have seen. One side looks like a bullet head (non-hollow point, that's a joke for the fellow gun guys) and the other has a threaded pipe cap. So what is it?
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