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Save Time With Push Fittings

Push Fittings

Save time in your plumbing projects with easy-to-use push fittings. Simply push the fitting into the pipe. You don't need heat, solder, clamps, crimps or glues for a leak-free seal. Stainless steel teeth inside the pipe grip the fitting, which is secured with rubber O-rings.

What Are the Benefits of Using Push Fittings?

Push Fittings

Push fittings are perfect for beginners who want to repair a plumbing leak. They can also be used for remodels, restorations and new construction of industrial, commercial and residential buildings.

  • Push fittings are flexible. You can use them to join chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) or cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) pipes.
  • They're leak-free and easy to connect.
  • Push fittings are cost-efficient because you don't need additional equipment.
  • You can use push fittings to repair wet pipe.
  • The connections are clean.
  • The heat-free connection reduces fire and injury risk during installation.
  • Most push fittings are removable, reusable and repositionable.
  • You don't have to be a plumbing expert to install a push fitting.

When Should I Use Push Fittings?

Push fittings can be used for a variety of applications, including:

  • Behind-wall and below-ground systems
  • Cold and hot water
  • Hydronic heating
  • Inert gases
  • Oil-free compressed air
  • Potable water
  • Vented and unvented closed-circuit heating

Push Fitting Material Options

  • Brass
  • Copper and Copper Alloy
  • Polyethylene
  • Polysulfone