Copro Pure® Lead-Free Pipe Fitting Applications

QuickFitting provides innovative, repairable quick connection fittings, valves, stops, PEX and accessories for Copper, CPVC, PEX, heating, compressed air, inert gas and fluid applications.

QuickFitting’s push technology offers significant benefits over conventional and competitive alternatives. COPRO Pure® Lead-Free fittings are easily installed, reused or even repaired. QuickFitting manufactures a broad selection of push connect products in Copper, Brass and Lead-free compliant Brass.

COPRO Pure® Lead-Free plumbing push to connect fitting technology is becoming such a popular way of connecting pipe for homeowners and professional plumbers because of its design for simplification of pipe installation.

Quick Fitting® Compression Crimping Glued Soldered Threaded
Push to Connect YES NO NO YES NO NO
Reposition Able YES YES NO NO NO YES
Repairable YES YES NO NO NO NO
Quick Connect YES NO NO NO NO NO
Connect Water-filled Pipe YES YES NO NO NO NO
Simple to Use YES NO NO NO NO NO

Connects to Copper in Seconds

The most common residential plumbing materials for water-supply lines are copper pipes. Copper piping is very popular because of it durability and it’s variety of grades. It is used extensively to convey potable water because of it’s corrosion resistance, machinability, and high level of heat transfer.

Common Copper Pipe Applications

  • Oil-free compressed air
  • Vacuum systems
  • Heating and cooling
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Potable water
  • Fluid transfer
  • Chilled water
  • Hot water
  • Car wash applications
  • Underground fluid piping
  • Water treatment

Quickly Connects to PEX without Special Tools

Cross-linked polyethylene, or PEX, is a bendable plastic piping toughened by a special chemical process that strengthens the polyethylene. Because of its ability to withstand a wide range of temperatures (subfreezing to 180 degrees F), it is quickly gaining popularity as a supply pipe for residential plumbing.

Easily Connects to CPVC Without Messy Glues

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) piping is commonly used for hot and cold water applications. Ideally suited for applications where temperatures can reach up to 200 °F (90 °C). The ability to bend and shape CPVC enables its use in a wide variety of applications. It exhibits fire-retardant properties and chemical resistance.