Durable nylon fittings provide good resistance to chemicals, hot and cold temperatures, wear, and impact.
Barbed fittings have raised ridges, or barbs, that hold them firmly in place when they are inserted into tubing and secured with a clamp. Suitable for low-pressure applications.
Join tubing running in the same direction with these fittings.
Use these fittings to connect threaded pipe or fittings to tubing in a straight line.
90° Union Elbows
Connect tubing at a 90° angle with these union elbows. They have tubing connections on both ends.
Make a sharp 90° change in the direction of your tubing with these 90° elbows. They have a threaded connection on one end and a tubing connection on the other.
Merge two lines or split a single line into two with these union tee fittings. They have tubing connections on all ports.
Combine two lines into one or split a single line into two with these tees. They have a threaded connection in the middle set at a 90° angle to a tubing connection on either end.
Also known as Y fittings, wyes provide a more gradual transition than tees to reduce friction and turbulence when splitting a single line into two branches or combining two branches into a single line.
Sometimes known as four-way fittings, crosses redirect flow at 90° angles by branching one inlet into three outlets or vice versa.