Elbow and multiport pipes

Uponor's ProPEX 45-deg Elbow and 2-in. Multiport Tee use crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) pipe and create strong, durable connections that hold tight with 1,000 pounds of radial force.

11/20/2013


Uponor's ProPEX 45-deg Elbow and 2-in. Multiport Tee use crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) pipe and create strong, durable connections that hold tight with 1,000 pounds of radial force. Courtesy: UponorUponor North America’s ProPEX 45-deg Elbow and 2-in. Multiport Tee are designed to meet the increasing demand in commercial plumbing systems using crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) pipe. The ProPEX EP 45-deg Elbow is able to facilitate directional changes at a 45-deg angle. The elbow is available in 1.5- and 2-in. sizes and features Uponor’s ProPEX connection that capitalizes on the shape memory of Uponor PEX-a pipe to create strong, durable connections that hold tight with 1,000 pounds of radial force. The 2 in. EP Multiport Tee, targeted for commercial restrooms, features three 1-in. outlets and provides an efficient solution for flush bank installations with fewer fittings and connections. Designed to centralize connections and supply lines, the tee provides material and labor savings, allowing for flexibility in design and installation. 

Uponor Inc.

www.uponorpro.com



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