Copper Rolled Stop Coupling


  • Maximum Pressure: up to 300PSI
  • Working Temperature: -30F ~ 250F
  • Connection Type: Cup (Solder)
  • Material: Copper
  • Diameter: 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch

Salient Features

  • In compliance with ASME standards
  • Easy to install

Copper rolled-stop coupling is a specific type of plumbing fitting used in copper piping systems. This type of coupling is designed with a rolled or tapered stop on the inside, intended to prevent the copper pipe from sliding all the way through the coupling. The rolled stop serves as a physical barrier, ensuring that the inserted pipe is properly positioned within the coupling.

Like standard copper couplings, rolled-stop couplings typically have sockets at both ends, allowing for the insertion of copper pipes. The joint is commonly sealed using soldering techniques, where molten solder is applied to the joint, creating a secure and permanent bond between the copper pipes and the coupling.

These couplings are often used in situations where it’s important to control the depth to which a pipe is inserted, ensuring proper alignment and connection within the plumbing system. The rolled stop provides a visual and tactile indication of the correct depth for the insertion of the copper pipe.

Copper, valued for its corrosion resistance and durability, is a common material in plumbing systems, and specialized couplings like the rolled-stop coupling contribute to the reliability of these systems.

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