You can get hard-to-find, quality copper fittings here at PlumbersStock. Copper pipe can serve as both hot and cold water supply lines within your plumbing system. The right fittings will make all the difference in your installation.
When it comes to copper piping, there are two types: rigid and flexible. Copper fittings can be used with either type of pipe. Plumbersstock.com offers a wide variety of fitting types and sizes for you to choose from.
When connecting fittings to copper piping, solder is required. Solder is a metal alloy that must be melted to join two metals. When solder is used properly, the fitting and pipe are joined to create a liquid and gas-tight connection. When applying solder to the copper plumbing fittings, it is important that each piece is cleaned thoroughly otherwise the seal between the two connections may be compromised. Both soldering paste and a soldering torch are required for the job. The paste prevents the copper from oxidizing when heat is applied. The soldering torch activates the paste to create the bond between the two pipes.
There are a variety of types of copper pipe fittings so you can get something to fit your needs:
Thank you for choosing the plumbing experts at PlumbersStock. Copper pipe fittings are a great option for hot and cold water lines in any new or existing construction. Their versatility allows them to be compatible with various applications. We offer copper plumbing fittings in a wide variety of types and sizes to best fit your needs. Contact us if you have any trouble finding the right parts.
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