Pipe Fittings  
Fittings are used in pipe and plumbing systems to connect straight pipe or tubing sections, to adapt to different sizes or shapes,
and for other purposes, such as regulating or measuring fluid flow.  
We manufacture various type of fittings like  
 •  An elbow is a pipe fitting installed between two lengths of pipe or tubing to allow a change of direction, usually a 90° or 45°  
     angle, though 22.5° elbows are also made.  
 •  A coupling connects two pipes to each other. If the size of the pipe is not the same , the fitting may be called a reducing  
     coupling or reducer, or an adapter.  
 •  A union is similar to a coupling, except it is designed to allow quick and convenient disconnection of pipes for maintenance  
     or fixture replacement.  
 •   A reducer allows for a change in pipe size to meet hydraulic flow requirements of the system, or to adapt to existing piping of  
      a different size. Reducers are usually concentric but eccentric reducers are used when required to maintain the same top- or  
      bottom-of-pipe level.  
 •  A tee is used to either combine or split a fluid flow. Most common are tees with the same inlet and outlet sizes, but reducing  
      tees are available as well.    
 •  A cross has one inlet and three outlets, or vice versa. Crosses are common in fire sprinkler systems, but not in plumbing due  
      to their extra cost as compared to using two tees. The three outlet sizes should be named in order (e.g. left, middle, right;  
      measuring 15-22-15).