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Wrot Copper Drain, Waste, & Vent Fittings

Wrot Copper Drain, Waste, & Vent Fittings

Use wrot copper fittings, which contain a higher amount of copper than cast copper fittings, to connect pipes in residential drain, waste, and vent (DWV) systems. Copper fittings are highly resistant to corrosion (especially water), can withstand high temperatures, and are generally lightweight, making them good for HVAC installations and water transportation.

90° Intermediate Radius Elbows

Make a 90° bend in your pipeline with less pressure loss than with a standard 90° drop elbow. They have a longer bend radius than standard elbows, which creates a gradual direction change in your pipe to lower the amount of friction in the line and help prevent clogs and backups. These fittings connect to unthreaded pipe.

Sweat x Sweat

FTG x Sweat

90° Long Radius Elbows

Install long radius elbows when you need to make a 90° turn in your pipeline with less pressure loss in your system than standard or intermediate elbows. With the longest bend radius of the elbows, use these fittings for a gradual direction change in your pipe to help reduce friction and prevent clogs and backups. They are a good choice for unthreaded pipe systems where space isn't an issue.

Sweat x Sweat

90° Drop 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. They connect to unthreaded pipe.

Sweat x Sweat

FTG x Sweat

60° Elbows

These 60° elbows make a more significant change in your pipeline's direction than 45° elbows with less of a bend than 90° elbows. They connect to unthreaded pipe.

Sweat x Sweat

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° or 60° elbow fittings. These fittings also restrict pipe flow less than 90° or 60° elbows and connect to unthreaded pipe.

Sweat x Sweat

FTG x Sweat

Tees

Combine, change, or divide the flow of materials through pipes using these tee fittings. All three ports on these tees are female and accept unthreaded pipe.

Sweat x Sweat x Sweat

Couplings without Stop

Also known as repair couplings or slip couplings, use these couplings without stop to join and repair unthreaded pipes 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.

Sweat x Sweat

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.

Sweat x Sweat

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.

FTG x Sweat

Sweat x Sweat

Female Adapters

Transition a male pipe end or fitting to a different type of male pipe end or fitting with these female adapters.

Sweat x NPT

Sweat x Slip Joint

Sweat x Spigot

FTG x Slip Joint

NPT x Slip Joint

Male Adapters

Connect a male pipe end or fitting to a different type of female pipe end or fitting with these male adapters.

Sweat x NPT

NPT x Slip Joint

Test Caps

Weld these slim test caps onto unthreaded pipe or pipe fittings to test the integrity and pressure of your pipe system. They stop the flow of material through a pipe or port on a fitting, allowing you to isolate particular lines for testing.