Different brass fittings can be used in different places and have their own uses, such as the following details:
The nipple is a fitting where both ends have male threading to connect two other fittings. Like the Nipple, the brass coupler commonly has two ends with female threading to connect two brass fittings or piping.
The reducer and increaser are key when you need to connect two pieces of pipe or other fittings which are different in diameter. These fittings can come in both Male and Female, we have both and in whatever size you need.
The brass compression fitting is used in many projects and applications such as for gas, chemical, and oil. They are used mainly for their ability to create a tight leak-proof seal. They are also used in hot and cold water faucets and toilet stop valves.
A very common and useful brass fitting is the elbow. The Elbow fitting allows you to change the direction of your piping. They are most commonly found at a 45, or 90-degree angle, but are also made with a 22.5-degree angle.
The tee fitting is used to split or combine a fluid flow.