PVC expansion couplings
When you need to repair PVC pipe that's in a hard to reach place or it is difficult to replace the whole pipe, we've got what you need. PVC expansion couplings are a unique, quick-repair for a leaking PVC pipe, and are simple to install. Need more fittings? PlumbingSupply.com®
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(IPS Sized)Solvent Style (Hub x Spigot)Proudly made in the USA
Pro-Span Expansion Couplings
(IPS Sized)Solvent style (Hub x Spigot) - No UnionProudly made in the USA
PVC Couplings (IPS Sized) - Slip x Slip
Flexible Landscape Coupling
Flexible Landscape Coupling features:
- Landscapers, sprinkler installers, handy persons, farmers and home owners will appreciate these Flexible Landscape Couplings
- Turn a nightmare situation into a sweet dream solution
- Broken pipes can easily be repaired even if the two ends will no longer line up
- Constructed from flexible PVC
- Versatile 18" length provides incredible flexibility
- Ideal for sprinkler systems. Not for constant pressure applications
- Designed for underground use
- Not for potable drinking water
- 150 PSI maximum working pressure
- For use with cold water applications
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Now there is a simple solution for connecting sprinkler pipes with issues. Awkward or odd angled corners can easily be resolved and pipe connected. Tree roots in the trench? Not a problem! The Flexible Landscape Couplings can be maneuvered over or under it. These nifty flexible couplings can help you make pipe connections when the piping has become offset and normal fittings are unable to easily correct the problem.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What is a PVC expansion coupling?"
A. A PVC expansion coupling is a repair coupling for PVC pipe. If there is a leak in the pipe, the section of pipe with the leak can be cut out of the line. The expansion coupling is glued onto one exposed end of the pipe, and then expanded by pulling on the telescoping end; then, it's attached to the other exposed end of the PVC pipe with a standard PVC coupling.
Q. "How do I glue PVC fittings and valves to the pipe?"
A. Most PVC manufacturers recommend that the installer follow the instructions for the cement and primer that is being used. Their instructions are usually found on the label of the container.
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