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Copper Pipe Fittings

Copper Pipe Fittings

Commonly used to connect water lines in indoor plumbing systems, copper pipe fittings resist corrosion and rust and can withstand high temperatures.

90° Elbows

In applications where some loss of flow pressure is not a concern, use 90° elbow fittings to make a sharp change in the direction of flow in your system.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Reducing Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × Cup Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × Cup Intermediate-Radius Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × Cup Long-Radius Elbow

Female × Female

FTG × Cup Elbow

Female × Female

FTG × Cup Intermediate-Radius Elbow

Female × Female

FTG × Cup Long-Radius Elbow

Female × Female

FTG × FTG Elbow

Female × Female

FTG × FTG Long-Radius Elbow

Female × Female

Press × FTG Street Elbow

Female × Male

Cast Copper

Cup × NPT Street Elbow

Female × Male

NPT × Cup Drop-Ear Elbow

Female × Female

NPT × Cup Elbow

Female × Female

Copper

Cup × Cup Reducing Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × NPT Reducing Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × Cup Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × Cup Long-Radius Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × Cup Drop-Ear Elbow

Female × Female

Cup × NPT Street Elbow

Female × Male

FTG × Cup Elbow

Female × Female

NPT × Cup Drop-Ear Elbow

Female × Female

NPT × Cup Elbow

Female × Female

45° Elbows

These 45° elbows change the direction of flow in your system. They restrict pipe flow less than elbows with a greater degree of bend.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Female × Female

FTG × Cup Connections

Female × Female

Press × FTG Connections

Female × Female

Press × Press Connections

Female × Female

Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Female × Female

Cup × FTG Connections

Female × Female

FTG × Cup Connections

Female × Female

Equal Tees

Combine, divide, or change the flow of materials through pipes with the same diameter using these equal tee fittings.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup × Cup

Female × Female × Female

Cup × Cup × FTG

Female × Female × Female

Press × Press × Press

Female × Female × Female

Cast Copper

Cup × Cup × NPT

Female × Female × Female

Cup × NPT × Cup

Female × Female × Female

Copper

Cup × Cup × Cup

Female × Female × Female

Cup × Cup × NPT

Female × Female × Female

Cup × NPT × Cup

Female × Female × Female

Reducing Tees

Choose reducing tees to combine, divide, or direct the flow of material through pipe sections with different diameters. They typically have two ports of the same size and a third port of a different size.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup × Cup Connections

Female × Female × Female

Press × FPT × Press Connections

Female × Female × Female

Press × Press × Press Connections

Female × Female × Female

Copper

Cup × Cup × Cup Connections

Female × Female × Female

Cup × NPT × Cup Connections

Female × Female × Female

Bushings

Use these bushings to connect pipe of different sizes. They typically have internal and external threads and are smaller than a coupling or union.

Low-Lead Copper

NPT × FTG Connections

FTG × Cup Connections

Copper

FTG × Cup Connections

Couplings

Join pipes of the same diameter with these couplings to extend your pipe run.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Rolled Stop Coupling

Coupling

Coupling with Stop

Coupling with Dimple Stop

Coupling with Rolled Tube Stop

Press × Press Connections

Coupling

Coupling with Stop

Extended Coupling

Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Coupling

Coupling with Stop

DWV Coupling

Reducing Couplings

Connect pipes with different diameters using these reducing couplings.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

FTG × Cup Connections

Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Adapters

Choose these adapters to connect pipes with different thread types or to change the gender of a threaded end.

Low-Lead Copper

Copper

Unions

Consisting of a nut, a female end, and a male end, unscrew the nut on these union fittings to quickly install and remove pipe sections from your system.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Cast Copper

Cup × NPT Connections

Cup × Cup Connections

Copper

Cup × NPT Connections

Cup × Cup Connections

Plugs

Screw one of these threaded plugs inside the end of a pipe or fitting to block material flow through the pipe or fitting or to redirect flow in fittings with multiple heads, such as wyes or tees.

Low-Lead Copper

FTG Connections

Caps

Stop or direct the flow of material in your piping system and protect external threads on pipe ends and fitting heads using these caps.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup Connections

Press Connections

Copper

Cup Connections

U-Bends

An integral part of your sink or toilet plumbing system, U-bends trap debris in the bend of the fixture, which helps prevent blockages from forming deep within the plumbing system and keeps water and sewer gas from backflowing into the sink or toilet. For regular maintenance, remove the U-bend to clear out any buildup.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

P-Traps

Commonly used to connect plumbing fixtures such as sinks and toilets to pipes in a wall, P-traps 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 backflowing into the sink or toilet.

Low-Lead Copper

Cup × Cup Connections

Stub Outs

Mark where supply and drain lines will attach to fixtures using these stub outs. These short lengths of pipe have a closed end that keeps dirt and debris out of lines during rough construction. When construction is complete, the closed end is cut off and the line is connected to the fixture. Stub outs can also be installed inline with the water shut-off valve to prevent the pressurized water from slamming into the valve and creating water hammer noise.

Low-Lead Copper

FTG Connections

Flanges

Install flanges on the ends of your pipe and bolt two flanges together to form a tight seal between pipe sections. Flanges allow easy access to the connecting bolts for quick assembly and disassembly.

Low-Lead Copper

Press Flange

Copper

Closet Flange