Brass Quick Tee Adapters
Add an extra water supply for your dishwasher, filter faucet and more!
If you need a way to supply water to your ice maker or filter faucet
without adding a new supply valve, these helpful adapters may be just what you've been looking for. We also offer other water supply products here
. We here at PlumbingSupply.com®
are pleased to offer these and many other solutions to your plumbing needs.
Quick Tee Adapters
Create a branch outlet on a supply stop without shutting off the main water supply
- Durable brass construction
- Great for hot or cold water lines
- Ideal for ice makers, dishwashers, & water filter faucets
- Swivel screw on hook-up means no drilling or extra valves are needed
- Purchase extra adapters to connect multiple accessories
- Available in a variety of sizes to fit your valve and application
- These adapters are 2014 Federal Safe Drinking Water Act compliant
BEFORE The Quick Tee Adapter
The Quick Tee Installed
AFTER Quick Tee Adapter Installed
We also offer many straight and angle stops as well as stainless steel flexible water supply lines.
Add-A-Line™ - Tee with Valve
Add a water line for dishwashers, ice makers, humidifiers, or any fixture needing a water line. Reliable brass ball valve provides durable alternative to saddle valves.
The Quick Tee Adapters and Add-A-Line™Tee/Valves
Can Also Be Used With Plastic or Copper Tubing
Use the accessories below to connect the quick tee adapter to plastic or copper tubing
Note: a compression sleeve requires a compression nut.
to soft copper tubing -
to white polyethylene tubing
Note: a plastic sleeve reqires a compression nut and brass insert.
The insert is required so that the tubing is forced to keep its shape and won't pull out of the fitting.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Why would I need a quick tee adapter?"
A. If you already have a two-way valve but need to add an additional waterline, the quick tee adapter allows you to create a branch outlet without shutting off the main water supply.
Q. "I'm hearing a lot about lead-free these days. What does that have to do with plumbing products and how does the new lead-free legislation affect me?"
A. Basically, the laws implemented Jan. 1st, 2014 require plumbing products that come in contact with drinking water to be "essentially lead free" (less than 0.25% weighted average). For further information about how the law determines what is "lead free", rules regarding which plumbing products must be "lead free", and who these laws will affect, please click here.
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