COPRO Push-to-Connect Fittings

No Wrenches, No Clamping, No Glues and NO SOLDERING. The world’s only repairable, reusable, permanent, quick connection fitting for copper, CPVC, and PEX. Designed for use in the most demanding industrial, commercial and residential applications, the Quick Fitting , Inc. COPRO™ quick connection fitting is great for repairs, restoration, remodeling and new construction.

Voted “Product of the Year 2005″ by Plant Engineering, the innovation of the COPRO™ fitting technology allows it’s users to “say goodbye” to the high cost of pipe installation, soldering, gluing or crimping and “hello” to COPRO™.

A premium “green” push-to-connect plumbing line.

  • Removable, Reusable, 100% Repairable
  • Connect Copper, CPVC, and PEX
  • Industries longest 75 Year Warranty

The COPRO™ push-fit requires minimal knowledge of pipe fitting to complete a leak-free repair or new installation. In fact, users should have the ability to use a hand pipe cutter, clean the pipe end, then slide to connect. It’s that simple!

With so many reasons to use COPRO™, why would anyone use anything else?

Say “Goodbye” to the Past Soldering, or “Sweating,” a Joint

Soldering-using a torch to join two metals together–is a technique for joining pipes. Soldering pipe fittings can be timely, unsafe, and labor intensive. Below are the steps it takes to connect a fitting to a copper pipe:

Say goodbye to soldering Materials:

  • Copper pipes and fitting
  • Emery cloth or pipe-cleaning brush
  • Flux
  • Silver solder
  • Soldering torch and striker
  • Tubing cutter
  • Safety glasses

Steps:

  1. Begin by preparing the pipe to be soldered. The copper surface must be clean in order to form a good joint. Clean the end of the pipe on the outside with emery cloth or a specially made wire brush. Do the same with the inside of the fitting.
  2. Apply flux–a paste formulated to remove oxides and draw molten solder into the joint–to the surfaces to be joined. Use a brush to coat the inside of the fitting and the outside of the pipe.
  3. Push the two pipes to be joined firmly into place so that they “bottom out”–i.e., meet flush inside the fitting.
  4. To avoid over-soldering, bend the tip of the solder to the size of the pipe.
  5. With the pipes and fitting in place, ignite the torch with the striker. (Some torches are equipped with auto-igniters, so a striker may not be necessary.)
  6. Wearing safety glasses and keeping the torch well away from your face, use the tip of the blue flame to heat the pipe ends and fitting.
  7. After heating for a few moments, test whether the copper surface is hot enough by touching it with the end of the solder. If it melts, touch the solder to the joint seam, and watch for it to run around the joint.
  8. Turn off the torch and wipe any drips of excess solder from the joint with a rag.

As you can see traditional methods of connecting pipe are time consuming and require proper techniques in order to safeley connect a pipe. See Quick Fitting’s new way of quickly and safely connecting pipe with no solder and no sweating!

Say “Hello” to the Present!

The COPRO™ push-fit requires minimal knowledge of pipe fitting to complete a leak-free repair or nw installation. In fact, users should have the ability to use a hand pipe cutter, clean the pipe end, then slide to connect. It’s that simple! See how easy it is to connect your pipe.

Materials

  • COPRO Quick Connect Fitting
  • Copper, PEX, or CPVC

Tools

  • De-burring tool
  • Tubing cutter

Steps:

  1. Cut pipe to the appropriate length
  2. Clean the end of the pipe with any type of de-burring tool
  3. Simply push-to-connect the fitting and the pipe.

One…Two…Three…DONE!

No Wrenches, No Clamping, No Glues and NO SOLDERING The world’s only repairable, reusable, permanent, quick connection fitting for copper, CPVC, and CPVC. Designed for use in the most demanding industrial, commercial and residential applications, the Quick Fitting , Inc. COPRO™ quick connection fitting is great for repairs, restoration, remodeling and new construction.