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Wrot Copper Fittings

Wrot Copper Fittings

Made with a higher amount of copper than cast fittings, these wrot (wrought) copper fittings are highly resistant to corrosion (especially from water) and scaling and can withstand high temperatures. Also known as pressure fittings, they are typically used in medium- to high-pressure pipe systems, such as fire sprinklers and HVAC applications.

90° Short Radius Elbows

Use these 90° short radius 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. They have a shorter turn radius than 90° intermediate and long elbow fittings, making them good for tight spaces. They have two female ends to connect to male pipe ends or fittings.

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FTG x Sweat

FTG x FTG

90° Intermediate Radius Elbows

These 90° intermediate radius elbow fittings have a more gradual turn radius than 90° short radius elbows, which causes less pressure loss and friction in your pipe while still creating a perpendicular change in the direction of flow in your system. They have two female ends to connect to male pipe ends or fittings.

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90° Long Radius Elbows

Longer than both the 90° intermediate and short elbows, these 90° long radius elbows have the most gradual turn radius. Use them to make a perpendicular change in the direction of flow in your system where you want the least amount of pressure loss while still making the turn. They connect to unthreaded pipe ends and fittings.

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FTG x Sweat

FTG x FTG

45° Elbows

Add a 45° elbow fitting to your pipe ends for a more gradual flow direction change in your system than with a 90° elbow fitting. These fittings also restrict pipe flow less than 90° elbows and connect to unthreaded pipe ends and fittings.

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FTG x Sweat

Equal Tees

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

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Reducing Tees

Choose reducing tees to combine, divide, or direct the flow of material through pipe sections with different diameters. The middle port is set at a 90° angle to the two ports on either end. They connect to unthreaded pipe ends and fittings.

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Bullhead Tees

Select bullhead tee fittings for pipelines where the branch pipe connection has a larger diameter than the run connections. They're commonly used to connect and split the material flow from a larger-diameter pipe to two smaller-diameter pipes without having to use reducers. The larger middle port is set at a 90° angle to the connections on either end. They accept unthreaded pipe ends and fittings.

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Couplings without Stop

Also known as repair couplings or slip couplings, use these couplings without stop to join and repair unthreaded pipe in tight spaces. These fittings don't have a stop (a small ridge inside the fitting), giving you more room for adjustment on the pipe during installation than a coupling with a stop.

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Couplings with Dimple Stop

Join and repair unthreaded pipes without having to measure how far the pipe end has gone into the fitting using these couplings with a dimple stop. The dimple stop (a small ridge inside the fitting) prevents the pipe from sliding past the center of the fitting and positions the pipe end in the correct place for soldering.

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Couplings with Rolled Tube Stop

Similar to couplings with a dimple stop, these couplings with a rolled tube stop allow you to join and repair unthreaded pipes without having to measure how far the pipe end has gone into the fitting. They feature an internal rolled stop, or bump, that prevents the pipe from sliding past the center of the fitting and positions the pipe end in the correct place for soldering.

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Reducing Couplings

Connect unthreaded pipe with a larger diameter to unthreaded pipe with a smaller diameter to reduce the size of the pipeline using these reducing couplings.

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Flush Bushings

Connect two pipes of different diameters to reduce the size of a pipeline with these bushings.

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FTG x NPT

Female Adapters

Choose female adapters to connect a male-threaded pipe end to unthreaded pipe.

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FTG x NPT

Male Adapters

Transition your female-threaded pipe to a connection for unthreaded pipe with these adapters.

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FTG x NPT

U-Bends

An integral part of your sink or toilet plumbing system, U-bends trap water in the bend of the fixture to form a seal, preventing sewer gas from flowing back up through the sink or toilet. They also collect debris, which can help prevent blockages from forming deep within the plumbing system. Use with unthreaded pipe.

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Unions

Unscrew the hex-shaped nut on these union fittings with a standard wrench to install, remove, clean, or maintain pipe sections with less disruption to your system than threaded fittings that require full pipe rotation to remove. They connect unthreaded pipe.

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Caps

Stop or direct the flow of material in your pipe system using these caps. Install them on the outside of an unthreaded pipe end.

Plugs

Block material flow in unthreaded pipe systems with these plugs.

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 water and forms a seal, preventing sewer gas from flowing back up through the sink or toilet. They also collect debris, which can help prevent blockages from forming deep within the plumbing system. Use with unthreaded pipe.

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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 out debris during construction and can be cut off when construction is finished to connect the line to a fixture or pipe. 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.

Venturi

Maintain good water quality and reduce stagnation in infrequently used fixtures, such as radiator (hydronic) heating systems and sinks, with venturi fittings. These fittings are typically fitted onto the port of a tee fitting to make the size of the port smaller, which increases the speed of the fluid in the pipe while also creating a drop in pressure in the pipeline to keep material moving equally through all pipe pathways. Venturi fittings used with tees create a similar effect as a scoop or diverter tee.