• Brass is one of the most common materials used for pipe fittings. It is best known for its incredible strength and excellent ductility in high temperatures. Brass fittings are commonly used in plumbing applications because they are best suited to hot-water distribution lines. However, they are not quite as ductile in colder temperatures. They have good conductivity and a low magnetic permeability.

    Brass has a longer lifespan than many alternative metals, such as steel. It offers great corrosion resistance from salt water, acids, minerals, and peaty soils contained in water. Brass is a soft metal that is easy to install and creates a tight seal. It offers many of the same advantages of copper, but provides a heavier wall.

    There are many different types of brass fittings, each serving a particular function.

    45 Degree & 90 Degree Elbows are used to change the direction of the flow of water 45 or 90 degrees. These fittings are connected directly to a pipe.

    Couplings are used to connect two pieces of pipe together.

    Tee Fittings are used to either combine or split fluid flow. They are also used to connect pipes of different diameters or for changing the direction of pipe runs.

    Unions are similar to couplings and are used to connect two pieces of pipe together. However, a union is designed to allow quick and convenient disconnection of pipes for maintenance or fixture replacement.

    Square Head Plugs have male threaded ends for closing the end of a pipe. The plug inserts into female pipes or fittings that contain male NPT threads. A plug has a square head which allows it to be installed easily with a wrench.

    We carry a wide selection of Cello brass fittings.
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