Residential systems copper fitting obtuse street elbow DBW copper press 45° obtuse street elbow- For use with ASTM B 88 tubing - Copper-Press connection - Components: EPDM sealing elements -Available in sizes 1/2" to 2"Model 9040
Features and benefitsInstallation Instructions
The original copper press joining solution
Available in sizes 1/2" to 2", including elbows,couplings,tees,reducer, fitting reducer,caps,
Customizable with three sealing elements, EPDM, HNBR,FKM
leak detection feature identifies un-crimped connections
compatible with most common pressing tools and jaws in the market
All tubing must comply with the ASTM B88 standard
Operating pressure: 200PSI CWP max
Operating temperature range:-20°F-250°F
- Hydronic heating
- Compressed air
-Low pressure steam
- Cut tube square using a tube cutter or fine tooth saw
- Deburr tube ID using a deburring tool
- Deburr tube OD using half round file
- Check fittings bead to ensure seal is present. Do not use any type of oil lubrication
- Mark tube to proper fitting insertion depth( see insertion depth chart below)
| Fitting Insertion Depth Chart(1/2"-2")|
- Turn slightly while sliding press fitting onto tube. Slide all the way to insertion mark and make contact with stop
- Place press tool at a right angle over fitting bead .Start the pressing process. Please see specific tool manufacturer for tool instruction
200PSI over a temperature range of -20°F to 250°F
- What is the DBW press fittings system rated for regarding pressure and temperature?
Residential and commercial plumbing and mechanical systems
- For what types of applications is the DBW system approved?
Hot and cold domestic water, potable drinking and cooking water, condenser and chilled water, and water glycol mixtures of ethylene or propylene glycol up to 50% at 200° F
- For what types of media is the DBW systems designed?
Copper fittings in sizes 1/2" to 2" including couplings, elbows, tees, caps, adapters,fitting reducers.
- What products are included in DBW system offering?
Ethylene-Propylene Diene MonomerCompany and production line view:
- What does EPDM stand for?