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Cast Bronze Pipe Fittings

Cast Bronze Pipe Fittings

Often used in marine applications and plumbing and irrigation systems, cast bronze pipe fittings offer excellent corrosion resistance, even when exposed to saltwater. They are used to connect copper and brass pipes carrying air and water.

90° Elbows

Use 90° elbow fittings to make a sharp, perpendicular change in the direction of flow in your system where a small loss of flow pressure is not a problem.

NPT × Sweat Connections

Female x Female Connections

Sweat × Sweat Connections

Female x Female Connections

90° Street Elbows

Make a sharp, perpendicular change in the direction of flow in your system where some loss of flow pressure is not a concern with these 90° street elbow fittings. Unlike standard elbow fittings, street elbow fittings have a female end and male end, so they can accept both male and female pipe ends and fittings.

Sweat × NPT Connections

Female x Male Connections

90° Union Elbows

These 90° union elbow fittings have a hex-shaped nut that allows you to disconnect the fitting with a standard wrench for repairs or maintenance to the line with less disruption to your system than with a standard elbow fitting. The 90° angle makes a sharp change in the direction of flow in your system where a small loss of flow pressure is not a problem. These elbows connect unthreaded pipe to threaded pipe.

Sweat x NPT Connections

90° Drop-Ear Elbows

Get more stability during stationary plumbing applications, such as shower installations, by using these 90° drop-ear elbows instead of standard elbows. They have mounting ears that attach to a wall or surface to help support the pipeline. These elbows make a 90° bend in your line, making them a good choice when you need a sharp, perpendicular change in the direction of flow where a small loss of pressure isn't a problem.

NPT x Sweat Connections

Sweat x Sweat Connections

90° High-Ear Elbows

Similar to 90° drop-ear elbows, these 90° high-ear elbows create a sharp direction change in your pipeline and have a wall-mount plate (ears) for added stability to stationary pipe, such as in shower installations. The ears are in line with the threaded connections instead of behind them, making the mounting holes on these fittings more accessible than drop-ear elbows. These fittings are also known as 90° hy-set elbows and connect unthreaded pipe to threaded pipe.

NPT × Sweat Connections

90° Flanged Sink Elbows

Add flanged sink elbow fittings to your pipeline to make a sharp, 90° change in the direction of flow where a small loss of flow pressure is not a problem. They have a flange surrounding the female-threaded end and connect threaded pipe to unthreaded pipe.

NPT × Sweat Connections

90° Vent Elbows

Drain the fluid from your pipeline without having to remove a fitting or section of pipe using vent elbow fittings with a drain port. They're commonly used on pipelines that require access for repairs or to help prevent pipes from freezing when you shut off a water supply for the winter. These fittings have a 90° bend to make a sharp, perpendicular change in the direction of flow in your system and are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

Tees

Combine, change, or divide the flow of materials through pipes with the same diameter using these tee fittings. The middle port is set at a 90° angle to the connections on either end.

NPT × Sweat × Sweat Connections

Sweat × NPT × Sweat Connections

Sweat × Sweat × NPT Connections

Drop-Ear Tees

Drop-ear tee fittings have a wall-mount plate (ears) on the back of the fitting for installing on a wall or other surface with nails or screws, adding stability to stationary pipelines. The tee shape allows you to make a straight connection in a continuous pipeline while branching out into a new direction. The middle port is set at a 90° angle to the connections on either end.

Sweat × NPT × Sweat Connections

DWV Test Tees

Clear potential clogs in portions of a drainage system and help ensure pipes carrying hazardous materials or waste are free of leaks using these drain, waste, and vent (DWV) test tees. The middle port is set at a 90° angle to the connections on either end and can be used to create a pipe branch or closed off with the included plug.

NPT × Sweat × Sweat Connections

45° Wyes

Also known as Y fittings, these wye fittings join two pipes into a single line or branch a single line into multiple lines. They have a center port that creates a branch line, but the angle of the port (typically 45°) is more gradual than the 90° angle of a tee fitting. This gradual angle reduces friction and clogging in the line. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

DWV Long Turn Tee-Wyes

Long turn tee-wye fittings allow you to create a branch from a pipeline that has a long turn radius, which is a more gradual bend than a standard tee. A long turn radius improves the movement of wastewater in drain, waste, and vent (DWV) systems to help prevent clogs and makes your pipeline easier to clean than fittings with a sharper turn. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

Crossover Couplings

Connect two lengths of pipe or tube while crossing over, or bridging, another perpendicular pipe or tube. Crossover couplings feature a bend in their centers to allow another pipe to cross above or beneath them.

Sweat Connections

Drain Couplings

Use the drain port on these drain couplings to remove fluid from your pipeline before repair or maintenance. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

DWV Adapters

Connect an unthreaded pipe end to a threaded pipe end in a drain, waste, and vent (DWV) pipe system using these DWV adapters. They have a hex-shaped nut that allows you to disconnect the fitting with a standard wrench for repairs or maintenance to the line with less disruption to your system than with a standard adapter. They connect unthreaded pipe to threaded pipe.

Sweat x NPT Connections

Reducing Adapters

Connect a pipe with a larger diameter to a pipe with a smaller diameter to reduce the size of the pipeline using these reducing adapters. These fittings connect unthreaded pipe to threaded pipe.

Sweat x NPT Connections

FTG x NPT Connections

DWV Flush Adapters

Adapt an unthreaded pipe in a drain, waste, and vent (DWV) pipe system to a threaded pipe without adding significant length to the line with these DWV flush adapters.

Sweat x NPT Connections

Hose Adapters

Turn an unthreaded pipe end into a hose thread (GHT) connection with these hose adapters. The GHT connection is typically used to connect to the female threads on a garden hose or other flexible hose that carries water.

Sweat x Garden Hose Connections

Soil Pipe Adapters

Use soil pipe adapters to attach unthreaded copper tubing to cast iron unthreaded soil pipe in drain, waste, and vent (DWV) systems.

Sweat Connections

Special Drop Adapters

These special drop adapters connect an unthreaded pipe to a threaded pipe and have a wall-mount plate (ears) on the fitting for installing on a wall or other surface with nails or screws, adding stability to stationary pipelines.

NPT x Sweat Connections

DWV Threaded Pieces

Use these DWV threaded pieces in your drain, waste, and vent (DWV) system to make a slip joint connection between an unthreaded pipe end and a threaded fitting end. Use with a slip-joint nut and a washer for a tight seal.

Sweat x NPT Connections

Fitting Unions

Unscrew the hex-shaped nut on these fitting unions with a standard wrench to install, remove, or clean pipe sections with less disruption to your system than with standard solder (sweat) fittings that require cutting the pipe to remove. They connect an unthreaded pipe to a threaded pipe.

Sweat × Female NPT

Sweat × Male NPT

Cleanouts with Plug

Clear clogs and buildup in your drain, waste, and vent (DWV) system without having to remove sections of pipe while also redirecting wastewater flow into your sewage pipe using these cleanouts with a plug. They have a removable head on the end of the fitting to block material flow when attached and to give you access to the inside of your pipe when unscrewed. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

FTG x NPT Connections

NPT x FTG Connections

P-Traps

Connect plumbing fixtures such as sinks and toilets to pipes in a wall using these P-traps, which combine a U-bend with a 90° elbow. The bend traps debris, which helps prevent blockages from forming deep within the plumbing system and keeps water and sewer gas from flowing back up from the pipe system. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

DWV P-Traps with Cleanout

For use in drain, waste, and vent (DWV) systems, these P-traps with a cleanout connect plumbing fixtures such as sinks and toilets to pipes in a wall and have a removable plug to give you access to the inside of the pipe to clear clogs and buildup. They have a U-bend to trap debris, which helps prevent blockages from forming deep within the plumbing system and keeps water and sewer gas from flowing back up from the pipe system. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

U-Bends

U-bends trap water in the bend of a fixture, such as a sink or toilet, to form a seal and prevent sewer gas from flowing back up from inside the pipe. They also collect debris, which can help prevent blockages from forming deep within the plumbing system. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections

High-Ear Hangers

Also known as hy-set hangers, these high-ear hangers have a mounting plate (ears) that allows you to secure a pipe to a ceiling support using nails or screws. They are for use with unthreaded pipe.

Sweat Connections