- Reducing coupler for connecting two pipes with different diameters
- Push-to-connect fitting connects to pipes or tubing on both ends
- Made of acetal copolymer plastic for low moisture absorption and high tensile and flexural strength
- Working pressure of up to 150 psi
- Imperial unit measurements for industry consistency
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Celcon Push-to-Connect Tube Fitting, Acetal Copolymer, Reducing Coupler, Tube OD x Tube OD
|Price:||$5.05 - $8.10|
|Maximum Pressure||150 PSI|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Connector Type||Tube OD|
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This Celcon reducing coupler fitting is made of acetal copolymer and has tube connectors. This reducing coupler has one end smaller than the other for connecting two pipes with different diameters. It is a push-to-connect fitting that connects to pipes or tubing on both ends. The fitting is made of acetal copolymer plastic, which has low moisture absorption, high tensile and flexural strength, and is hard and fatigue resistant. The working pressure for this fitting is up to 150 pounds per square inch (psi), and it uses imperial unit measurements for industry consistency and interchangeability.
Pipe fittings are components used for connecting, terminating, controlling flow, and changing the direction of piping in many different industries. Push-to-connect compression fittings do not require tools or sealants, and are useful in installations where a heat source, such as a soldering torch, is prohibited. When purchasing pipe fittings, consider the application, as this will affect material type, shape, size, and required durability. Fittings are available threaded or unthreaded, in many shapes, styles, sizes, and schedules (pipe wall thickness).
Top Customer Reviews
I was determined to fix this myself. The repair guy used this same brand, Celcon, to fix the first leak. Like other reviewers, I couldn't find these anywhere. All the big box home improvement stores had similar connectors but they did not fit.
Problem is the supply line is 5/16", everyone said 1/4" would work. No it didn't. I bought some 1/4" tubing, and ordered two 5/16" x 1/4" connectors. I cut the supply line, which had been cut by the repair guy, and removed about 2" of supply line. I stuck one connector on the 5/16" line. I put 1/4" tubing into the reduction side. Put the other connector on the other 5/16" line. I crammed the
1/4" tubing into that conector. Pressed the water button....and....fixed. Don't waste your gas driving around looking for something that doesn't exist. Get these.
Part arrived next day.....opened package....clicked the 5/16 line in one end.....clicked 1/4 line in other end.....attached water line to faucet in wall and voila!! Amazing!!!! No leaks......called builder to tell him I fixed it and to cancel plumber. He was amazed at how easy it was....think he's going to buy some to have on hand!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
best $2 fix to refrigeator that either required a $150 replacement kit or a new complete refrigerator if we wanted the icemaker to work. Thanks again to Google and Amazon....Published 8 months ago by 28GoTerps
Used this to fix a refrigerator ice maker supply line and it worked perfect.Published 11 months ago by Dibe Fishman
Simple product that works well. No leaks or anything. Installs in a couple seconds. Price was amazing for the 5/16 to 1/4 one.Published 11 months ago by Mike A