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PexUniverse offers a large selection of pipe fittings in sizes up to 2" for installation of PEX, copper and CPVC piping.

Copper Fittings

Standard copper fittings for plumbing and heating applications in sizes up to 2". NSF certified for potable water use.

PEX Crimp Fittings

Complete range of regular and lead-free brass crimp style PEX fittings in 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4" and 1" sizes.

Push Fittings

Copper slip repair couplings by Sioux Chief with push-fit (push-to-fit) inlet and outlet connections. 1/2" and 3/4" sizes.

Brass Fittings

Large selection of drop ear elbows, adapter elbows and adapter tees in threaded and sweat options for pipe sizes up to 1-1/2".

Dielectric Unions

Standard copper x female threaded (FNPT) style dielectric unions in sizes up to 1-1/2". Lead-free compliant.
 

More about pipe fitting types available at PexUniverse

PEX Fittings

Crimp style PEX fittings are installed using a crimp or clamp connection methods and require a proper type PEX tool and rings. These pipe fittings are compatible with all 3 types of PEX tubing (A, B, C) and are available in lead-free brass for potable water plumbing applications and regular brass for heating only applications.

Copper Fittings

Standard copper pipe fittings for plumbing and heating applications manufactured from C12200 copper alloy used by leading copper fitting manufacturers such as Mueller, Nibco, Elkhart and others. These fittings are NSF certified for potable water, lead-free compliant and are approved for potable water use.

Brass Fittings

Lead-free cast brass fittings - tees, unions, drop ear elbows and others. Designed for installation in plumbing and heating applications. Available in sweat and threaded connections in sizes 1/2" through 1-1/2".

Push Fittings

These fittings can be used with PEX, copper or CPVC pipes and do not require solvent, soldering torch or a PEX tool. When inserted into the fitting, the pipe is mechanically locked in place, preventing it from being pushed out by the water pressure. EPDM gasket ensures a leak-free connection.

Dielectric Unions

When water flows through two interconnected pipes made from dissimilar metals, such as copper and galvanized steel, these pipes are subject to galvanic corrosion. This process dissolves one metal while causing build-up of sediment on the other. Dielectric union has a gasket which effectively separates the pipes and helps to prevent galvanic corrosion.

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