Applications of ProBite® Lead-Free Products
Easily connect to Copper, PEX, or CPVC
The ProBite® Lead-Free product line offers a wide assortment of pipe fittings, valves and accessories for quick, high-quality connections to Copper, CPVC, and PEX pipes.
ProBite® Lead-Free pipe fittings are the perfect solution for a variety of applications including plumbing, heating, compressed air, inert gas and fluid applications.
Push-to-connect technology offers significant benefits over conventional and competitive alternatives and ProBite® fittings are easy and fast to install on wet or dry applications. They’re even designed to be easily reused or repaired.
ProBite® Technology also meets standards set forth in the states of Florida and California.
Order your ProBite® push-to-connect products and buy with confidence with the QuickFitting 75-year warranty.
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Quickly Connect to Copper Pipe
Award winning push connect plumbing technology approved for use with Copper, PEX, or CPVC.
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
Easy Connection to Pex Tubing
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.
Hassle-Free Connection to CPVC Tubing
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.