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Universal Thread Push-to-Connect Fittings

Universal Thread Push-to-Connect Fittings

No need to search for the right thread when you use these universal thread fittings. They are compatible with NPT, BSPP, BSPT, and other thread types. A thread seal and internal lip seal help eliminate leaks.

Also known as instant fittings, simply push tubing into these push-to-connect fittings and their gripping ring creates a secure, leak-free connection; no tools required. Press the ring and pull out the tubing for quick disconnection.

Unions

Join tubing running in the same direction with these fittings.

Straight Union

Bulkhead Union

Connectors

Use these fittings to connect threaded pipe or fittings to tubing in a straight line.

Male Connector

Male Long Connector

Female Connector

90° Union Elbows

Connect tubing at a 90° angle with these union elbows. They have tubing connections on both ends.

90° Swivel Elbows

Alter the path of pipe or tubing by 90° and reduce strain on your connections with these fittings. They swivel to allow installation flexibility and to keep tubing from twisting, kinking, or tangling.

Union Tees

Merge two lines or split a single line into two with these union tee fittings. They have tubing connections on all ports.

Swivel Run Tees

Reduce strain on tubing and create a 90° branch to send flow into separate lines or to join flow from two lines into a single line. These run tees swivel to allow installation flexibility and to keep tubing from twisting, kinking, or tangling. They have a tubing connector set at a 90° angle to a branch that has a threaded connector on one end and a tubing connector on the other.

Swivel Branch Tees

Combine two sources of flow or split one source into two while reducing strain on tubing with these fittings, which have two tubing connectors that branch at a 90° angle to a male threaded connector. They swivel to allow installation flexibility and to keep tubing from twisting, kinking, or tangling.

Union Wyes

Also known as Y fittings, these wyes provide a more gradual transition than tees to help reduce friction and turbulence when splitting a single line into two branches or combining two branches into a single line.