Pressfittings: The perfect solution for your pipe connections

Fittings (plural fittings) are fitting pieces, fittings and connectors used in pipe assembly technology. The sizes are standardized and can be distributed in different connection types. On the one hand, there are threaded fittings, mostly made of malleable cast iron, soldered fittings made of deoxidized copper or a copper alloy and gunmetal, as well as press fittings made of a wide variety of materials (steel, stainless steel, copper, multilayer composite) and push-in fittings.

Above all, press fittings are suitable for a wide range of applications, such as drinking water installations, heating installations, cooling water lines, solar installations, gas installations and much more. Press fittings are more expensive to purchase than threaded or soldered fittings, but the advantages in installation and use, as well as durability, outweigh the disadvantages.

Please note that processing and installation should always be carried out by qualified personnel.

1. The perfect solution for pipe connections

Press fittings facilitate the installation of pipe connections. They are a very safe, reliable and efficient solution for industrial, domestic and cold water installations. Press fittings can reduce installation time and costs, as the use of welding equipment is no longer necessary.

Press fittings offer a number of other advantages that are particularly interesting in professional environments. They are durable and can be used in difficult conditions at the same time. In addition, press fittings enable a clean connection without excess material or contamination. This aspect is especially important for industrial applications, where it is essential that the equipment remains free of contamination.

The fitting connection is also absolutely tight and 100% waterproof; therefore, there is no risk of leakage or leaks. In addition, high product quality can be achieved with press fittings: all fitting connections are manufactured and tested exactly according to standard specifications. This makes it possible to guarantee that each connection has the necessary reliability and can withstand the pressure resistance. Press fittings are therefore in many respects the perfect solution for your pipe connection needs - whether in the private or professional sector: they offer high quality and safety with easy handling and manageable costs!

2. Advantages of using press fittings

If you are looking for a robust and durable pipe connection, then press fittings are just what you need. Press fittings are made of high-quality metal and are therefore extremely resilient. They are also very easy to install.

Below are the main advantages of using press fittings: 1. High quality metal - press fittings are made of high quality metal, which is extremely durable. This makes them perfect for use in industrial facilities and other demanding environments. 2. Durability - Since press fittings are made of high quality metal, they are very durable. Typically, press fittings last for several years without experiencing any problems. 3. Easy installation - The installation of press fittings is very simple and can be done even by non-professionals. Moreover, the installation of press fittings does not require special tools or knowledge.

3. Disadvantages of the use of press fittings

There are some disadvantages associated with the use of press fittings. For one thing, press fittings are relatively expensive to purchase. For another, press fittings can be easily damaged if handled improperly.

4. Instructions for the installation of press fittings

1. First, make sure that the area where you want to make the press fitting connections is clean and dry. Use a vacuum cleaner or cloth to remove dust and dirt.

2. Then cut the pipes to the desired length. Make sure the cut surface is smooth and clean.

3. Fit the press fitting connection to the pipe. Do not press the fitting too tightly onto the pipe as this may cause damage.

Use a crimping machine or crimping pliers to crimp the fitting to the pipe. Follow the manufacturer's instructions during the pressing process. 5.

5. Then check the connection for tightness by letting water into the system and checking whether it leaks.