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Fittings

A fitting is any pipe part used to join together two sections of pipe, such as elbows, couplings, laterals, etc. Select from the list of common piping and plumbing fittings.

Fitting List

Title Purpose Description
AdapterChange end connectionThese fittings provide a transition between differing types of pipe end connections. Adapters...
CouplingsJoin PipeCouplings are fittings used to join two or more lengths of pipe in a straight run. If the...
Couplings (no-hub)Joining hubless pipe and fittings in DWV systems systemsNo-hub couplings are the alternative to the older method of joining conventional hub and spigot...
DWV FittingsDrainage fittingTo encourage the flow of solid waste through the DWV system, DWV fittings differ significantly...
ElbowChange flow directionElbows are used in piping systems to provide a change of direction. Elbows can be shaped to any...
End Caps, Blind Flanges & PlugsStop FlowBlind flanges, plugs, and end caps are all fittings used to end or block a run of pipe. They can...
LateralProvide branchLaterals are simply branch fittings of angles other than 90°. Laterals can be provided with...
ReducerChange pipe diameterReducing fittings are used to provide direct in-line reduction from larger piping sizes to...
TeeProvide branchFor a 90 degree branch in the piping system, such as piping headers with drops to pumps, tee...
UnionConnect and disconnect pipe or fittingsUnions are used to join two lengths of pipe or a pipe and fixture without having to turn or...