Double-drop elbow fittings

Viega's ProPress double-drop elbow fittings are designed with a single fitting that incorporates two flow paths and keeps water close to each fixture.

11/23/2015


Viega's ProPress double-drop elbow fittings are designed with a single fitting that incorporates two flow paths and keeps water close to each fixture. Courtesy: ViegaViega's ProPress double-drop elbow fittings are designed to keep water close to each fixture and maintain water quality by reducing stagnation. They are available in ½- and ¾-in. sizes. The flow-through-style fittings are designed with threaded fixture connections and integrated mounting brackets, and are used in series or ring installations as well as in hot- or cold-water systems. Flow-through fittings allow the use of a single fixture to generate flow through many fixtures up to the point of connection. The system minimizes dead legs between tees and wall penetrations.

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