BRASS COMPRESSION FITTING FOR PEX TUBE

Plumbing pipe is made from various materials, copper, galvanized steel and iron, polyvinylchloride (PVC), chlorinated polyvinylchloride (CPVC), cross-linked high density polyethylene (PEX) and polybutylene. Fittings are made from brass, plastic, copper, or malleable iron.

Brass compression fitting for pex tube and pipe manufacturers, exporters and suppliers to worldwide including Asia, Europe, America, Africa and Australia from Mumbai, India to brass compression fitting for tubes and pipes industries since 1974 according to requirements with industrial features of reliable and durable.

Applications

PEX fittings are utilized to make connections from PEX tubing to PEX tubing, PEX tubing to manifolds, PEX tubing to copper, PEX tubing to faucets & fixtures, and a variety of other applications. Fittings are made of brass.

Advantages :

  • Advantages of PEX fittings include their cost effectiveness, flexibility, and durability when compared to traditional copper fitting alternatives.
  • Due to the flexibility of PEX, a standard installation will require less connections than if the same installation was performed using traditional copper pipe and fittings.
  • Consequently, having fewer connection requirements means less fittings and lower labor costs.
  • Also, with fewer fittings in the system there is less leak potential.
  • PEX enables the installer to undertake faster, easier and more cost- effective installation. Independent tests show installation time savings of up to 40% compared with traditional plumbing materials.
  • OECs Brass Metric Compression Style fittings are an economical choice for a wide variety of tube materials. They do not require flaring, soldering or other tube preparation for assembly.
  • PEX fittings are used to join, route, and cap water service and radiant heat tubing.
  • PEX fittings are easy to install and provide a secure connection using common crimp rings.
  • These silicone-free fittings are available in tube sizes from 4 mm - 28 mm. They are commonly used in applications such as air lines, lubrication lines and cooling lines.