These are used to join different pipe segments in areas […]
These are used to join different pipe segments in areas like agriculture fields, industrial facilities or housing where the pipes can either be made of similar or different materials such as PVC or copper. The pipes (in turn the fittings) are meant to carry water, fluids or even compressed air at high pressure. The pipes are then joined together through pp compression fitting typically made of a compatible material. These come in various shapes and sizes depending on the dimension of pipes and are known by names such as tee, elbow, reducing coupling, adaptor, and end cap.
Get Fittings from a Quality Source
In any plumbing work, the problem of leakage mostly begins at the joints. Thus, you need to ensure the ends of such compression fittings are of proper dimension for the respective pipes to properly fit into them. Besides, the quality of such fittings is of immense importance as the inferior ones do not last long and rather give in easily. This can lead to frequent leakages and attendant issues like loss of manhours and productivity not to speak of the money spent on setting these right.
So, while planning to set the pipeline for the purpose of irrigation in agriculture fields or for carrying water, slurry, sewerage or any other liquid in industries, make sure to use high quality compression fittings only. As the sourcing of quality stuff can be difficult given the presence of numerous stores dealing with such items it is better to go online and visit the Ozline store.
Features of Compression Fittings
Proven resistance to chemicals such as solvents and oils
Do not taint the water that passes through them
Work at a maximum pressure of 16 bar for diameters ranging from 16mm to 63mm at a temperature of 200 C
Available stock sizes of diameter 20mm, 25mm, and 32mm
Fittings of other diameter can be availed on special order