Fittings for PE-X & PE-RT pipes

One key difference between PE-RT and PEX is that PE-RT is thermoplastic, while PEX is a thermoset polymer. Thermoset polymers cannot be heated and melted like a thermoplastic fitting. We have a great collection of brass fittings that comprises compression fittings, threaded fittings, and multi-fit fittings. We also have a wide range of plastic fittings here. A pressure of 10, 16, and 20 bar can be taken by the units. DVGW or KIWA certification can also be supplied on demand.
One key difference between PE-RT and PEX is that PE-RT is thermoplastic, while PEX is a thermoset polymer. Thermoset polymers cannot be heated and melted like a thermoplastic fitting. We have a... read more »
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Fittings for PE-X & PE-RT pipes
One key difference between PE-RT and PEX is that PE-RT is thermoplastic, while PEX is a thermoset polymer. Thermoset polymers cannot be heated and melted like a thermoplastic fitting. We have a great collection of brass fittings that comprises compression fittings, threaded fittings, and multi-fit fittings. We also have a wide range of plastic fittings here. A pressure of 10, 16, and 20 bar can be taken by the units. DVGW or KIWA certification can also be supplied on demand.
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