Sch 80 CPVC Tees

PVC piping is used in plumbing applications of all types. Two measurements are associated with pipes, the outside diameter, and the thickness of the walls. The schedule number indicates thickness. Schedule 40 is considered standard, and Schedule 80 has thicker walls. This means that it can carry liquids under higher pressure, and can withstand greater exterior stress.

Our schedule 80 CPVC fittings meet ASTM D1784 Standards and are NSF-14 Certified.

A tee is the most commonly used type of pipe fitting. Due to the wall thickness, with no change in diameter, flow is also somewhat reduced. Specifically, a Schedule 80, one-inch outside diameter (OD) pipe has a wall thickness of 0.179 inches (4.547 mm), while Schedule 40 is only 0.133 in (3.378 mm). Tees will have the same OD and thickness as pipe, but are used in places where flow must be divided or combined at right angles.

Sizes for Schedule 80 CPVC Tees range from 1/8 inch to 12 inch diameter. All our CPVC tees are nominal pipe size. They can be found with any or all of the openings female threaded or “slip” (smooth) for glued joints. The three branches may be the same diameter, or the stem of the tee may be smaller, which is known as a reducing tee. Schedule 80 CPVC fittings come in a light gray color which differentiates them from PVC fittings.

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