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Hex Bushings
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    Brass Hex Bushings Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Hex Bushings Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Hex Bushings Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

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Hex Nipples
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    These hex nipples are ideal for use in plumbing and industrial applications where low-lead fittings are required. BSP x MNPT connections convert British threads to American NPT.

    Brass Hex Nipples are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Nickel-Plated Brass Hex Nipples offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

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Adapters
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    Brass Adapters are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Nickel-Plated Adapters offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

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90 Degree Extruded Street Elbows
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    Brass Pipe Elbows are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

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Couplings
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    Parker Domestic brass couplings offer high-impact strength and resist mechanical shock and vibration. Use with brass, copper, and iron tubing. Ideal for aggressive and general industrial environments and compatible with many fluids in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Male threads include Loctite® Vibra-Seal® thread sealant.

    Red Brass Couplings Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Couplings Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Couplings Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Brass Couplings Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

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Countersink Plugs
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    Countersink plugs are ideal for use in plumbing and industrial applications where low-lead fittings are required. BSP x MNPT connections convert British threads to American NPT.

    Brass Countersink Plugs are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Countersink Plugs Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

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Reducing Bushings
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    Brass Pipe Reducing Bushings are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Nickel-Plated Brass Reducing Bushings offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Reducing Bushings are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

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Tees
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    Nickel-Plated Brass Tees offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Tees are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

    Red Brass Tees Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Tees Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Tees Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Brass Tees Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

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Unions
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    Brass Unions are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Red Brass Unions Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Unions Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Unions Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Brass Unions Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

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Solid Plugs
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    Red Brass Solid Plugs Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Solid Plugs Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Multiple product options available

Caps
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    Brass Pipe Caps are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Brass Instrumentation-Grade Caps are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

    Red Brass Caps Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Caps Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Caps Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Brass Caps Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

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Anchor Couplings
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    Brass Anchor Couplings are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Parker® Anchor Couplings feature high-impact strength and are designed to resist mechanical shock and vibration. They can be used with brass, copper, and iron tubing in aggressive general industrial environments and are compatible with many fluids. Male threads include Loctite® Vibra-Seal® thread sealant.

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90 Degree Elbows
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    Red Brass Elbows Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Elbows Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Elbows Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Brass Elbows Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

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90 Degree Street Elbows
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    Parker Domestic brass elbows offer high-impact strength and resist mechanical shock and vibration. Use with brass, copper, and iron tubing. Ideal for aggressive and general industrial environments and compatible with many fluids in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Male threads include Loctite® Vibra-Seal® thread sealant.

    Brass Elbows are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Nickel-Plated Brass Elbows offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Elbows are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

    Red Brass Elbows Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Elbows Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Elbows Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

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Hex Couplings
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    Instrumentation-Grade Hex Couplings are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

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Cored Plugs
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    Red Brass Cored Plugs Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Cored Plugs Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

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Reducing Adapters
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    Brass Reducing Adapters are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Reducing Adapters are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

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Square Head Plugs
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    Brass Pipe Solid Plugs are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Solid Plugs Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

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Reducing Nipples
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    Brass Pipe Fittings are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Multiple product options available

Reducers
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    These reducers are ideal for use in plumbing and industrial applications where low-lead fittings are required. They are certified for use in potable water applications.

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Hex Head Plugs
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    Brass Hex Head Plugs are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Hex Head Plugs are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

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Reducing Couplings
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    Brass Pipe Reducing Couplings are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Reducing Couplings are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

    Red Brass Reducing Couplings Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Reducing Couplings Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Multiple product options available

Male Tees
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    Parker Domestic brass tees offer high-impact strength and resist mechanical shock and vibration. Use with brass, copper, and iron tubing. Ideal for aggressive and general industrial environments and compatible with many fluids in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Male threads include Loctite® Vibra-Seal® thread sealant.

    Multiple product options available

Bushings
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    Low-Lead Red Brass Bushings Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Bushings Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Multiple product options available

Extruded Female Tees
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    Brass Tees are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

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Locknuts
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    Brass Locknuts are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Red Brass Locknuts Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Locknuts Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Locknuts Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Multiple product options available

90 Degree Female Elbows
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  • Multiple product options available

    Nickel-Plated Brass Elbows offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

    Parker Domestic brass elbows offer high-impact strength and resist mechanical shock and vibration. Use with brass, copper, and iron tubing. Ideal for aggressive and general industrial environments and compatible with many fluids in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Male threads include Loctite® Vibra-Seal® thread sealant.

    Multiple product options available

Reducing Male Hex Nipples
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    Instrumentation-Grade Nipples are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

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Forged Street Elbows
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    Join brass piping together with these forged street elbows.

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45 Degree Street Elbows
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    Street elbows are ideal for use in plumbing and industrial applications where low-lead fittings are required. Certified for use in potable water applications.

    Parker Domestic brass street elbows offer high-impact strength and resist mechanical shock and vibration. Use with brass, copper, and iron tubing. Ideal for aggressive and general industrial environments and compatible with many fluids in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Male threads include Loctite® Vibra-Seal® thread sealant.

    Red Brass Street Elbows Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Elbows Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Multiple product options available

Street Tees
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    Brass Pipe Tees are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Instrumentation-Grade Tees are machined to an exceptional tolerance level, with rolled threads for increased strength. Use in instrument air, gas, and liquid service.

    Multiple product options available

Crosses
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    Brass Pipe Cross Fittings are designed for use in water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 1200 psi, except Domestic Brass fittings Temp. range: -65° to 250°F.

    Nickel-Plated Brass Cross Fittings offer a low-cost alternatives to stainless steel. They are ideal for applications where standard yellow brass cannot be used. Use with water, oils, and compressed air fluids commonly utilized in hydraulic and pneumatic plant applications. Max. pressure: 250 psi Temp. range: 0° to 140°F.

    Red Brass Cross Fittings Class 125 resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F; Raised Square Plugs are -20° to 300°F.

    Low-Lead Red Brass Cross Fittings Class 125 help resist corrosion from water, heat, saltwater, acids, minerals, and heavy soils. Use with air, water, natural gas, and steam in commercial and residential buildings. Certified for use in potable water applications. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: -20° to 400°F.

    Chrome-Plated Brass Cross Fittings Class 125 are generally used in hospitals, schools, commercial bathroom installations, and other plumbing applications where yellow brass cannot be used. NPT connections. Max. pressure: 125 psi Temp. range: 60° to 250°F.

    Brass Cross Fittings Class 250 have thicker walls to handle higher pressures. Use in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications. Max. pressure: 400 psi at 72°F; 250 psi at 400°F steam Temp. range: 0° to 400°F.

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