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null 3/4 in. x 1/2 in. Cast Brass Sweat Copper Monoflo Scoop Tee
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3/4 in. x 1/2 in. Cast Brass Sweat Copper Monoflo Scoop Tee

$837 /each

Product Overview

This is a 3/4 in. x 1/2 in. Cast Brass Sweat Copper x Sweat Copper Monoflo Scoop Tee. It is used on 3/4 in. hydronic copper tubing in heating zone systems. It is used to create flow through a 1/2 in. sub loop.
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Product Overview

This is a 3/4 in. x 1/2 in. Cast Brass Sweat Copper x Sweat Copper Monoflo Scoop Tee. It is used on 3/4 in. hydronic copper tubing in heating zone systems. It is used to create flow through a 1/2 in. sub loop.
  • Quality cast brass construction
  • Popular in toe-kick heater installations
  • Creates a pressure change large enough to make the water flow up or down into the radiation and back into the main loop pipe around the basement
  • 150 psi maximum working pressure
  • For use with both fixed mount and shelf track mounting systems

Product Overview

This is a 3/4 in. x 1/2 in. Cast Brass Sweat Copper x Sweat Copper Monoflo Scoop Tee. It is used on 3/4 in. hydronic copper tubing in heating zone systems. It is used to create flow through a 1/2 in. sub loop.

  • Quality cast brass construction
  • Popular in toe-kick heater installations
  • Creates a pressure change large enough to make the water flow up or down into the radiation and back into the main loop pipe around the basement
  • 150 psi maximum working pressure
  • For use with both fixed mount and shelf track mounting systems

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Brand Everbilt NIBCO
Ratings (0) (0) (0)
Fitting or Connector Type Tee or Wye Tee or Wye Tee or Wye
Connectivity Push to Connect Push to Connect Push to Connect
Material Brass Bronze Bronze
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Specifications

Dimensions

Left Side Size
3/4"
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
1.5
Product Length (in.)
2.25 in
Product Width (in.)
1
Right Side Size
3/4"

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
Brass
Connectivity
Push to Connect
Fitting or Connector Type
Tee or Wye
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Copper
Left Side Connection
Copper Sweat
Material
Brass
Maximum working pressure (psi)
150
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.25lb
Returnable
90-Day
Right Side Connection
Sweat
Type
Standard

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
0

Specifications

Dimensions

Left Side Size
3/4"
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
1.5
Product Length (in.)
2.25 in
Product Width (in.)
1
Right Side Size
3/4"

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
Brass
Connectivity
Push to Connect
Fitting or Connector Type
Tee or Wye
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Copper
Left Side Connection
Copper Sweat
Material
Brass
Maximum working pressure (psi)
150
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.25lb
Returnable
90-Day
Right Side Connection
Sweat
Type
Standard

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
0

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Questions & Answers

Is it necessary to use two monoflow tees ( one for the supply ) and (one for the return)? It seem...

Is it necessary to use two monoflow tees ( one for the supply ) and (one for the return)? It seems that if you use one on the supply side only the flow will work OK but probably not as efficient. Do you know the difference in efficiency?
Asked by: Peter
Another great question on monoflow piping. As to the first part of your question, you can use one or two. I always use two because more always seems better to me. As to the second part of your question. No the critical tee is not the one on the feed it is the one on the return. I under stand why convention logic would cause you to think that but you would be wrong. Change your mind set. The circulator is not pushing it is pulling. Yes I understand that it is a closed loop system but trust me on this. Water moves to pressure drop. The down stream scoop or monoflow tee creates the pressure drop when the circulator pulls the water by it. It is that pressure drop that causes the flow through the monoflow loop. Thus you need to know which direction the flow is moving. As a side note this also explains why the pumps/ circulators are now piped on the feed. The point of no pressure is behind the pump. Thus by having that point be closer to the air scoop or air elimination device it should be more effective. If you have more questions you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-07-26

can this be used on both the supply and return side or are there different tees for either side?

can this be used on both the supply and return side or are there different tees for either side?
Asked by: notenoughtime
Hi notenoughtime. The left and right hand side of this ¾ Brass Sweat Copper x Sweat Copper Monoflo Scoop Tee can be used for either supply or return. The ½ inch sub loop is supply only. Please let us now if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
Answered by: RickHDOC
Date published: 2017-09-03

What % water goes in 1/2 side

Asked by: dave
That is a great question. Unfortunately I do not have a definitive answer. The truth is the piping configuration, pump size and number of scoop/monoflow tees used. Will affect it. By number used, I mean some plumbers only use one downstream where as others will use one at the beginning and one at the end of the sub loop. But here is some logic that might help. ¾” copper tubing will carry 45000 BTU’s an hour using water temp of 180F. ½” copper tube will carry 12000 BTU’s. Thus roughly a ¼ of the heat should be diverted to the sub loop. I have never had to do this, but if more water was going down the ¾” or ½” side than I wanted, you could cut in a valve to balance it out. However keep in mind a ball valve 10% open gives you 90% flow. Meaning they are not good for modulating fine flow. In that situation you would want to use a balancing valve. An example of this is a globe style valve. Please feel free to call if you need further help. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2015-11-10
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