MARK CPVC Brass Tee Female Sch-80 ASTM Quality Standard. Plumbers use this to connect taps and faucets on wall.
What is MARK CPVC Brass Tee?
A CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride) brass female elbow. This is a type of plumbing fitting that we commonly use in water supply systems. Let us break down the terms for better understanding:
- CPVC: This stands for Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride, which is a type of thermoplastic people use for piping in plumbing and water supply systems.
People know CPVC pipes for their durability and resistance to high temperatures.
Ideal for Geyser hot water lines.
- Brass: This refers to the material of the elbow. Brass is a metal alloy made primarily of copper and zinc, and we use this in plumbing fittings due to its corrosion resistance and durability.
- Female Tee: A tee-shape plumbing fitting where one of the branches has female threads, that allow any Taps Fauctes or valve socket fitting.
So, a CPVC brass female Tee is likely a plumbing fitting designed to connect CPVC pipes with male threads Taps, providing a change in direction in a water supply system.
It’s important to ensure compatibility with the specific type and size of pipes you’re working with.
You must Always follow local plumbing codes and guidelines when installing or modifying plumbing systems.