Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Reducing Cross Slip Fitting
Schedule 40 ReducingCross Fitting - Slip
Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Fitting Reducing cross Slip x Slip x Slip x slip


 
NSF Rated Fittings
Reducing Cross Fitting for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (Slip x Slip x Slip x Slip)


Item# Item Name List Price Qty Add
Sch40-ReCross-Fittings-S-3x1 Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Reducing Cross Slip Fitting - 3" x 1" (420-335)
$10.74
Sch40-ReCross-Fittings-S-3x1.5 Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Reducing Cross Slip Fitting - 3" x 1-1/2" (420-337)
$10.74
Sch40-ReCross-Fittings-S-3x2 Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Reducing Cross Slip Fitting - 3" x 2" (420-338)
$10.74
Sch40-ReCross-Fittings-S-4x1.5 Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Reducing Cross Slip Fitting - 4" x 1-1/2" (450-419)
$17.95
Sch40-ReCross-Fittings-S-4x2 Schedule 40 PVC Pipe Reducing Cross Slip Fitting - 4" x 2" (450-420)
$17.95
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Features:
  • Reducing slip cross fittings allow for two different size lines to cross each other.
  • One size line crosses the other size line at the center of the cross.
  • The sizes are express as the crossing lines. In other words, a 3 x 1 slip cross would have 3 slip fittings going one direction, with the 1 slip goings going in the opposite, or crossing direction.
  • Care should be taken when using crosses in plumbing applications as they can generate large amounts of stress on the connecting pipes as temperature changes occur.
  • These fittings are generally used in fire sprinkler and irrigation systems, but are not recommended in regular plumbing applications.




Product Description:
Cross fittings are sometimes also referred to as four way fittings. When a branch line passes through a tee four way, the fitting becomes a cross. Cross fittings have one inlet fitting and three outlet fittings. Reducing slip cross fittings allow for two different size lines to cross each other. One size line crosses the other size line at the center of the cross. The sizes are express as the crossing lines. In other words, a 3 x 1 slip cross would have 3 slip fittings going one direction, with the 1 slip goings going in the opposite, or crossing direction. Care should be taken when using crosses in plumbing applications as they can generate large amounts of stress on the connecting pipes as temperature changes occur. These fittings are generally used in fire sprinkler and irrigation systems, but are not recommended in regular plumbing applications.


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