Multiport tees

Uponor North America's two engineered polymer (EP) multiport tees are targeted for commercial installations where supply lines are required to be upsized due to pressure or code requirements.

05/14/2014


Uponor North America's two engineered polymer (EP) multiport tees are targeted for commercial installations where supply lines are required to be upsized due to pressure or code requirements. Courtesy: UponorUponor North America's two engineered polymer (EP) multiport tees are designed to meet commercial plumbing systems using crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) pipe. The high-flow branch and flow-through EP multiport tees are targeted for commercial installations where supply lines are required to be upsized due to pressure or code requirements. One multiport does the same job as three separate tees, reducing the amount of connections by 45%. Both the branch and flow-through multiports feature 1¼ in. inlets with three ¾ in. outlets. Both products feature Uponor's ProPEX connection, which creates strong, durable connections that hold tight with 1,000 lbs of radial force.

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