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The Apollo ExpansionPEX 1/2 in. x 3/4 iBrass PEX-A Barb Reducing 90 Elbow is simple to install. Apollo ExpansionPEX barb fittings are a key component to one of the most economical potable water piping systems. Also capable of integration into hydronic heating systems, Apollo ExpansionPEX couplings must be secured into place Apollo ExpansionPEX sleeves or comparable expansion-type sleeve or ring (all sold separately). The Apollo ExpansionPEX system is a comprehensive piping system comprised of lead free brass fittings, poly alloy fittings, manifolds, valves, fasteners, tools and tubing designed for implementation in water delivery systems, simple or complex. A cold-expansion tool (sold separately) is required for installation.
Larger internal diameter of Apollo ExpansionPEX fittings results in a 25% greater flow rate within the system
Constructed of lead free dezincification resistant (DZR) brass for superior reliability and strength
Cold-expansion tool (sold separately) is required for installation
Meets or exceeds ASTM F1960 standard
Meets UPC, IPC and cUPC standard
Must secured in place using Apollo ExpansionPEX sleeves or other PEX-A expansion sleeves/rings
Barb x barb connection for PEX-A plumbing systems
Go/no-go gauges are never required
To ensure secure connections every time, fittings cannot be dry fit
Rated to 200 degree F and 200 psi
Item is not compatible with PEXb pipe, crimp-style (ASTM 1807) or pinch clamp (ASTM F2098) piping systems
Proposition 65 Information
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Further information available at www.p65warnings.ca.gov.