Fittings for commercial piping systems

The ProPEX Lead-free (LF) Brass CPVC Adapter Fittings for transitioning from CPVC to PEX are designed for commercial plumbing and hydronic distribution piping systems.

07/10/2014


The ProPEX Lead-free (LF) Brass CPVC Adapter Fittings for transitioning from CPVC to PEX are designed for commercial plumbing and hydronic distribution piping systems. Courtesy: UponorUponor's ProPEX Lead-free (LF) Brass CPVC Adapter Fittings for transitioning from CPVC to PEX are designed for commercial plumbing and hydronic distribution piping systems. The fittings, which are available in 1¼, 1½, and 2 in. sizes, are offered in a spigot and a socket adapter and all feature ASTM F1960 ProPEX expansion system for connecting to PEX piping. The ProPEX end of the fitting is manufactured with lead-free brass. The CPVC end of the fitting is designed to transition from copper tube size (CTS) pipe and fittings and is listed to the ASTM D2846 standard for CPVC fittings.

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