CPVC tee is a plumbing fitting used in CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride) piping systems. The design of the tee resembles the letter “T,” and it is used to create a branch connection in a CPVC pipe network. CPVC tees have three openings, allowing for the connection of three CPVC pipes at a junction.
Typically, CPVC tees have sockets at each end and in the branch, allowing for the insertion of CPVC pipes into the openings. The joints can be permanently sealed using CPVC solvent cement, ensuring a secure and watertight connection between the pipes.
CPVC tees are commonly used in plumbing installations where a new pipe needs to branch off from an existing line, creating a T-shaped intersection. This type of fitting is crucial for designing and configuring CPVC piping systems to accommodate various layouts and plumbing needs.
CPVC, known for its durability and resistance to corrosion, is a popular choice in plumbing systems, and CPVC tees play a vital role in efficiently distributing water or other fluids in a plumbing network.
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