SLIP X SLIP Used to change direction in piping.
Used to adapt to female metal threaded fittings in cold water applications only! Use Teflon tape to seal pipe threads. Do not use other materials or compounds unless specifically approved by manufacturer.
Used to join straight lengths of CPVC tubing.
Used to change direction in piping. Sometimes used in conjunction with a 12"L CPVC tubing on long runs to absorb expansion. Bagged.
Used to permanently or temporarily cap CPVC. Most often used in conjunction with short lengths of CPVC tubing to fabricate water hammer arrestors (air chambers) in the CPVC system. Bagged.
Used to change direction in piping from a fitting socket. Also used in conjunction with a conventional CPVC 90 degree elbow to fabricate a change of direction of piping at any angle.
Used to provide a branch supply line from a main line.
Used to reduce from fitting socket to CPVC tubing. Bagged.
Used to join straight lengths of CPVC tubing to smaller size tubing.
Used on close offsets where very short pieces of CPVC pipe would otherwise have to be used with conventional 45 degree elbows. A principal use is to offset piping over and around existing piping mounted on flat surfaces such as a wall or ceiling.
Used to change direction in piping and features lugs for fastening. Often used in conjunction with No.530671 washer hose valve for hooking up to automatic clothes washers and for fabricating water supply piping stub outs for toilet installation. Sometimes called a Drop Ear elbow.
Used to adapt to metal FIP threaded fittings to smaller pipe size in cold water applications only! Teflon thread tape is recommended for threaded joints. Boxed.
Used to provide a branch supply line from a main line. Reduces to smaller pipe size.
Adapts from 1/2" CPVC to 1/2" male metal pipe thread and features lugs for fastening. Used on tub and shower faucets to adapt from 1/2" CPVC riser to shower arm. Sometimes called a Drop Ear elbow. Hand tighten only; seals by means of a special elastomeric gasket to ensure leakproof seal, use of joint compound or Teflon tape is neither necessary or recommended.
Used to adapt metal MIP threaded fittings to CPVC. Hand tighten only; seals by means of a special elastometric gasket at base of threads to ensure a leakproof seal; use of joint compound or Teflon tape is neither necessary nor recommended. Bagged.
Used in conjunction with a brass compression fitting to transition to a CPVC fitting. Replaces the ferrule.
Solvent welds directly to CPVC tubing and provides a method for future disassembly of tubing without cutting.