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Reducing (Slip)

Schedule 80 CPVC reducing couplings with slip ends are used to connect two pipes together that have different diameters. With slip ends, these couplings have a smooth interior that allows the fitting to slip right over the connecting pipes. A secure, leak-free connection can be achieved with less pressure loss and greater volume than regular metal fittings.
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Because these reducing couplings are made from CPVC, they can withstand temperatures up to 200⁰ F, compared to 140⁰ F for standard PVC. Also, schedule 80 PVC can handle higher pressures than schedule 40 PVC. They are used in a variety of fluid handling applications, including hot water systems, cold water systems, chemical processing, and more.

Important features of these schedule 80 CPVC slip reducing couplings include:

  • Manufactured from schedule 80 CPVC
  • Slip ends
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Temperatures up to 200⁰ F
  • Available in a range of sizes

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