Our crosses are constructed of schedule 40 PVC, so you can be confident that they are durable and dependable, whether you’re using the cross fitting to divide flow in different directions or to connect four pipe sections together.
Cross fittings are commonly referred to as a four-way fitting because of its four ports. Not as common as other fittings, crosses are usually used in cold water transport, such as in irrigation systems, or in plumbing.
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Reducing crosses offer two pairs of port sizes – two smaller ports and two larger ports. Instead of a cross fitting, you can also consider using two tees for certain applications for enhanced stability.
Schedule 40 PVC crosses have a maximum temperature of 140⁰ F and the maximum pressure varies depending on each cross size. Our schedule 40 reducing crosses meet standards ASTM D-1784, ASTM D-2466/2467, NSF/ANSI 14 & 61.