This shutoff valve includes a quarter-turn handle to prevent unwanted movement, an indicator displaying the off position, and two buttons for color-coding hot and cold water. The swivel elbow specifically targets dishwasher installation to easily connect the water supply line to a dishwasher, while the female connector threads onto chrome supply valves and 3/8-in. compression threads for reliable plumbing standards.
The black polypropylene service and repair kit features fittings that come in a sturdy compartmentalized box with a fittings identification label adhered to the inside of the box top. The kit includes 101 fittings of ¼- and 3/8-in. OD in black polypropylene, including male/female connectors, tees, elbows, unions, stem adapters, reducing unions, fixed/plug-in elbows and a tube cutter.
The recently launched LIQUIfit offers a leak-free range of push-to-connect fittings for the potable water and beverage industry. Designed using bio-based material, and with a compact profile, LIQUIfit ensures optimum flow performance and is suitable for contact with food and water. LIQUIfit meets NSF standards 51, 58 and 61.
The new products are fast to install and have watertight seals
Zurn Industries LLC announced the launch of Zurn Wilkins Z-Bite and Z-Press solderless connections – creating a wide array of push-fit and press-fit connection options to many of the company’s products.
The new products were designed to connect to backflow preventers, regulators and thermostatic mixing valves (TMVs). In addition, Zurn also will offer standalone push-fit and press-fit tailpiece kits compatible with Zurn union threads.
A growing demand for potable water in the Asia Pacific region will transform the region’s residential water treatment equipment market
A new market research report on the residential water treatment equipment market in the Asia Pacific region by TechNavio reveals an expected growth at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.53 percent from 2014-2019.
AWWA CEO David LaFrance thanks water professionals nationwide for keeping water safe for drinking
Dec. 16, 2014, marked the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), which today includes regulations for more than 90 contaminants. American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) CEO David LaFrance issued the following statement to mark the occasion.
Water efficiency and sanitation for a building or campus, whether new construction or retrofit, are best achieved through a whole-building approach, with a proper emphasis placed on connectors that regulate pressure.
Protecting the integrity of buildings’ plumbing systems
The Mur-lok female flare fitting is available in lead-free brass. Featuring dual EPDM O-rings for leak resistance, the fittings are designed for use in icemakers, office coffee service and other vending applications. They are available in ¼-in. OD quick-connect by ¼-in. female flare.
The Federal Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act, which passed in 2011, will go into full effect on Jan. 4, 2014. It may come as a surprise that the plumbing industry, through Plumbing Manufacturers Intl. (PMI), was a primary proponent of getting this law passed, in the spirit of harmonizing regulations across the U.S.
Organizations work together to prepare the industry for the low-lead deadline