Double-drop elbow fittings

The Viega ProPress double drop elbow fittings maintain water quality by reducing stagnation.


The Viega ProPress double drop elbow fittings maintain water quality by reducing stagnation. The elbows are designed to keep freshwater close to each fixture by incorporating two flow paths. The flow-through-style fittings, designed with threaded fixture connections and integrated mounting plates, are used in series or ring installations and can be used in hot- or cold-water systems. Flow-through fittings allow water distribution systems to be designed to reduce stagnation. These configurations allow the use of a single fixture to generate flow through many fixtures up to the point of connection. This type of system also minimizes dead legs between tees and wall penetrations.


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