John Guest has a long established reputation as a world leading manufacturer of push-in fittings, tubings, and other fluid control products. They are well-known in the industry for producing consistently high quality products with an ongoing commitment to value engineering and product development.
John Guest manages both their design and manufacturing processes in-house at their modern, custom-built facilities in the United Kingdom. Their quality line of Push-In Fittings have been designed for use with a wide range of industrial water treatment applications and systems including Water Purification, Reverse Osmosis, Ice Makers, Beverage Dispensing, Vending & OCS, R.V. and Marine, Car Washing Systems and many more.
This John Guest inch polypropylene fitting is constructed of white polypropylene with food grade EPDM O-rings and was designed for compatibility with a wide range of applications. It is simple to use and require no tools for installation, while delivering a 100% leak-free seal every time. All of our Reverse Osmosis Systems use John Guest Quick-Connect Fittings to provide customers with easy system setup and worry-free operation for many years to come.
POLYPROPYLENE FITTINGS (WHITE) - Reducing Tee
White Polypropylene Constructions with food grade EPDM O-rings
Tube sizes option from 1/4" O.D. to 1/2" O.D.
FDA approved material with excellent chemical resistance
Suitable for water and food applications
Not suitable for compressed air applications
WORKING PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES
150 psi at 70°F (Max. 10 Bar at 20°C)
60 psi at 140°F (Max. 4 Bar at 60°C)
33°F / 1°C
QUICK-CONNECTION - How To
Push the tube into the fitting and up to the tube stop.
Pull on the tube to check that it is secure.
Push the collet square against the fitting. With the collet held in this position the tube can be removed.
Rated 1 out of
Beware, item is not what is pictured.Item I rec'd was similar to what is shown, but the reduced side is not the middle which it seemed what it was supposed to be in the description. I can still use what I rec'd but it will take some re-engineering .