We are engaged in the business of dealing in Compression Fitting, which is available at a reasonable rate and in different specifications as required by our clients. It is made up of high quality raw material to assure its rich performance and reliable nature. This fitting is used to join two tubes or thin walled pipes in various industrial domains including plumbing and electrical sector. Offered Compression Fitting allows easy disconnection and reconnection to the piping or tubing systems.
Compression fittings are an essential component for piping systems. They are used to join two pieces of pipe or tubing together, with a seal that is both water-tight and leak-proof. Compression fittings are typically used for plumbing applications and are made from materials like copper, brass, stainless steel, polyethylene, and PVC.
Our PVC compression fittings are made from the highest quality polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and come in a brilliant blue color. They are designed to be used in a variety of applications, including irrigation, plumbing, and many industrial applications. PVC compression fittings are easy to install and provide an excellent seal, making them a great choice for any job.
These fittings are designed to be corrosion-resistant and can handle a wide range of temperatures, so they are perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. They are also available in a variety of sizes, so you can find the perfect fitting for your project.
PVC compression fittings are a great choice for any job, and with our wide selection of blue PVC fittings, you are sure to find what you need.
Compression Fitting FAQs:
Q1: What is a compression fitting?
A1: A compression fitting is a type of fitting used to join two pipes or a pipe and a fitting or valve together. It uses a compression nut and a compression ring to seal the connection.
Q2: What material is used for compression fittings?
A2: Compression fittings are commonly made of brass, copper, or plastic such as PVC.
Q3: What color are PVC compression fittings?
A3: PVC compression fittings are usually blue.
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