This CPVC fitting is an extended variation of the elbow which is used to divert the flow of hot and cold water at a 90-degree angle in the plumbing system. The longer brass extension of this fitting is useful for the installation of bathroom fittings through thicker-than-average wall blocks of concrete. The threaded brass end can be used to connect to health faucets and taps while the socket-end connects to the adjoining pipe.
The Brass tee MABT is an advanced CPVC fitting that is used to direct and divert water flow in the plumbing system. This fitting features a plastic tee with a brass threaded male end on one water inlet channel that can be secured on a threaded female end of an adjoining fitting. The brass tee MABT can be fitted along various diameters across different pressure outlets in the plumbing system. A tee is specifically useful in changing the direction of water flow with minimum to negligible structural changes in the overall piping system.
The step-over bend is one of few pipe fittings that provides an innovative solution for making arrears in existing vertical pipes. The unique fitting can be attached to in-built sockets of existing pipes without dislocating the water-flow in a running pipe.
The Threaded End Plug is a temporary fitting that prevents dust particle formation and contamination on brass parts during the final stages of construction and mason work. The threaded plug is a temporary fitting that protects exposed brass parts before final taps & faucets can be installed.
This CPVC fitting is a type of extended elbow that allows for a longer turning radius of water flow between two connecting pipes. The sweep bend can be used to reduce friction between adjoining pipes while maintaining consistency in water-flow during the transition due to the in-built socket design.