The Way Of Using Push Fit Fitting



    Plumbing system repairs and remodeling projects require a lot of time and money - not to mention the vast amount of tools required for soldering, crimping, and joining materials. There is, however, another option: Whether it is repairing a plumbing system or completing a plumbing remodeling project, you can easily take care of it faster and more cost effectively with push fit fitting.Push-to-connect fittings offer an easy-to-use and fast solution for any potable water repair or remodeling project using copper, PEX, or CPVC tubing.

    With a small and lightweight design, Push-to-Connect fittings make it easier to install in tight spaces with no solder, crimping, joining material, or special tools needed. They are the easier, faster, and smarter choice.

    How do they work? I'm glad you asked. Follow these simple steps to install NIBCO Push-to-Connect fittings!

    Step 1: Turn your water off using the main shut-off valve and gather your supplies...
    Tools you need may include the following:Do It Yourself Plumbing made easy

    a clean, undamaged tube
    tube cutter or fine toothed saw
    file or deburring tool
    a permanent marker
    for PEX tubing: a PEX stiffener
    a clean rag
    Push fitting

    Step 2: Select a clean, undamaged tube and cut to the desired length using a tube cutter or fine-toothed saw…
    Be sure to cut the tube end square. Do It Yourself Plumbing made easy
    All sharp edges should be removed. For copper and CPVC use your file or deburring tool to smooth out the edges.
    Inspect the tube and clean any shavings, dirt, oil, or grease from the tube end using your rag.

    Step 3: Mark your tube with a permanent marker to indicate the proper tube insertion depth...
    Use the depth insertion guide found on the back of youDo it yourself plumbing made easyr packaging.Mark your tube with a permanent marker, so you know the proper insertion depth of your NIBCO Push-to-Connect fitting.

    Step 4: Insert the tube into the fitting...
    Do it yourself plumbing made easy

    For PEX tubing, make sure to insert a PEX stiffener into the tube before inserting the tube onto the fitting so it doesn't bend after installation.
    Insert the tube into the fitting using a twisting motion
    Make sure the tube is fully inserted into the fitting by checking that the depth mark is adjacent to the release collar.

    Step 5: Wrapping Up...
    That's it! It really is that easy!

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