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Model # G2PS14X CM5

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1/2 in. Push Connect Inlet x 3/8 in. Comp Outlet 1/4-Turn Straight Stop (5-Pack)

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  • Quarter turn operation enables swift on/off operation
  • Removable handle prevents unintentional operation
  • Heavy-duty brass structure is resistant to corrosion
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About This Product

BrassCraft 1/2 in. Nominal Push Connect Inlet x 3/8 in. OD Compression Outlet 1/4-Turn Straight Valve controls water flow to household plumbing fixtures - faucets, toilets, dishwashers, icemakers, washing machines, etc. The straight valve is most often used where the water pipe enters the room from the floor. With a 90° turn of the valve handle, you are able to stop the flow of water leading to the plumbing fixture, allowing for maintenance and repair without shutting off the water to the entire home.

Highlights

  • Machined one-piece brass body provides strength, durability and long-lasting performance
  • 1/2 in. nom push connect inlet x 3/8 in. OD comp outlet 1/4-turn straight stop
  • Multi-purpose
  • For use in potable water distribution systems; not intended for recirculating water systems that produce continuous use temperatures above 115° F; for those applications, use our KT series ball stops
  • 1-piece shut-off mechanism provides smooth on-off operation without freeze-ups even after long periods of non-use
  • Positive 1/4 turn shut-off
  • Easy-to-remove handle protects against accidental operation during rough-ins
  • Installation ready: requires no special tools, soldering or glue for a watertight seal
  • Chrome finish
  • 100% leak tested to ensure reliable, leak-free performance
  • Pro-pack jars
  • Temperature rating: 40° to 160° F
  • Pressure rating: 125 psi maximum
  • Certified to IAPMO ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1
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Product Information

Internet # 309283973

Model # G2PS14X CM5

Store SKU # 1004368174

Specifications

Dimensions: H 1.51 in, W 2.45 in, D 1.07 in

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)1/2Inlet Size1/2 In.
Outlet Diameter (In.)1/4Product Depth (in.)1.07 in
Product Height (in.)1.51 inProduct Length (in.)1.5100 in
Product Width (in.)2.45 inValve Inlet Diameter (in.)1/2

Details

ApplicationPotable WaterColor/FinishChrome
Color/Finish FamilyChromeCompatible Pipe MaterialMulti-Purpose
Compatible ProductFaucet, Ice Maker, OtherConnectionPTC x Comp
FeaturesNo Additional Special FeaturesIndoor/OutdoorIndoor
Inlet Fitting End TypePush to ConnectMaterialBrass
Maximum Pressure (PSI)125Maximum Working Temperature (F)160
Outlet Fitting End TypeODPack Size5
Product Weight (lb.).00885 lbRemote AccessNo Remote Access
Returnable90-DayStop Valve TypeStraight
Valve ConfigurationStraightValve ConnectionPush Connect
Valve TypeSupply Stop

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Manufacturer Warranty. See BrassCraft.com

Questions & Answers

8Questions
caret
Q:Will this work for air supply?
by|Feb 6, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  Hello, Thank you for your question. We would require more information to determine if our Connector (or other product) is designed for that use. Please contact our Customer Support Team at 877-277-7755 and reference this review.

by|Feb 7, 2024
    caret
    Q:Will the push connect work on polybutylene pipe?
    by|Jun 10, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  Hello, Thank you for your question. We would require more information to determine if our Connector (or other product) is designed for that use. Please contact our Customer Support Team at 877-277-7755 and reference this review.

    by|Jun 12, 2023
      caret
      Q:Can the sharkbite disconnect tool work with the brass craft push on
      by|Jun 7, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  Hello, Thank you for your question. We do not recommend using another item with Brasscraft as the it was not designed for that use. Please contact our Customer Support Team at 877-277-7755 for questions.

      by|Jun 9, 2023
        caret
        Q:The Sharkbite brand requires 1.25" of clean burr free and bend free PVC,PEX,or Copper to get a good bite.
        by|Oct 27, 2022
        1 Answer
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        A:  Good day, Cut Copper, PEX or CPVC tube square, round and free of burrs. If sharp edges are not removed, connection may leak. Make sure stub-out length will accommodate depth of stop and flange. Approx. 1.25". -Masco Canada. BrassCraft

        by|Oct 28, 2022
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          Works every single time without question. I've installed hundreds of them in as I'm a Lead Abatem...
          Works every single time without question. I've installed hundreds of them in as I'm a Lead Abatement Supervisor. Fully reusable and easy to remove. I just installed a pair in my own kitchen.
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          Excellent finish and easy to install. The Brass Craft name has been around since I began in cons...
          Excellent finish and easy to install. The Brass Craft name has been around since I began in construction and long before that, they make an excellent product and this is no exception. There quality remains unchanged. I really do like the way these are packaged in multi packs, it comes in handy for larger projects and the compression fittings are much easier to install than their sweat in counterparts for tight areas or as a solid replacement when you want a valve that does not spin and stays in its installed position
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          So first of all I would like to say that I was very sceptical about these push-on valves, for som...
          So first of all I would like to say that I was very sceptical about these push-on valves, for some reason I was still soldering and crimping valves, until recently I finally broke that barrier and the reason is simple - they have been around for long enough period of time and proved to be reliable. Now to this particular valve: first of all it will work with standard copper or PEX pipe or whatever else you want to use, as long as they are of compatible size. Installation time is less than a minute, same as removal - it uses same push-on removal rings as sharkbite, or simply pliers or wisegrips. You can figure out fo yourself how much you will save on labor when you go with these... Now why I really love them: I do kitchen and bathroom remodeling for work and I need to have water during work either for toilet or just for regular use, so I install this valve whenever I want and remove it as many times as I need to, before my walls or floor gets finished, I do that so that I could make nice and tight hole in tile or in the cabinet where water pipes and valves penetrate finish surface. Also I love 1/4 turn valves as they are the most durable and long lasting.
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          Quarter turn water valve with push to connect input and 3/8" compression out. These valves are th...
          Quarter turn water valve with push to connect input and 3/8" compression out. These valves are the ones under your sink or at your toilet. They stop the water, both hot and cold, so you can change the sink fixture or toilet, without shutting off the water in the rest of the house. The older version of these valves are the multi turn ones. You turn, turn, turn to shut the water off and do the same to turn it back on. The older valves tend to leak and it's always at the wrong time! Or the inside corrodes and breaks and now you have to go outside to shut the water off. Keep these valves on your shelf! I recommend keeping these push to connect and compression type ones. Why? When changing a compression valve, you're suppose to change the ring and nut. they don't come off the pipe, so you'll most likely use the old one. Or, you have to cut the pipe and there may not be enough pipe on the wall to install another nut and ring. If you use a push to fit valve, then all you do is cut the old compression ring off and the nut will slide off. Then you just push the valve on. Again, you have to make sure there's enough pipe on the wall to mount the valve. If there isn't, just use the old compression ring and nut or you'll have to solder a new piece of pipe - something you don't want to do. This valve has the push to connect fitting on the input. What this does is allow you to push the valve on the pipe - must be 1/2 inch, which most houses use. You must push the valve on straight and the end of the pipe must be square or you can get a leak. To remove the valve, you can use the remover tool or push the release ring with a couple screwdriver - it takes a little practice, but it's doable. The other end of the valve is a 3/8" compression fitting. This is the modern standard for sink faucets, but not toilets. If you have an older faucet, you may need a different fitting. Once it's converted to this type of valve, you can change the valve in 15 minutes or less including the time needed to turn the water off (unless the valve is buried under snow - but then you would have a shutoff in the house). I love these valves and I'm tempted to change all of them in my house to the push to fit type. One more thing. There is a chance you can change a valve with the water on, but it'll make a big mess. With the push on type, you'd have to remove the old valve, then push the new one on quickly (with the valve open), then quickly shut the valve off. You'll have a ton of water to clean up, so it's not recommended, but you can do it.
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          These valves are very easy to install. Simply push them on the end of a cut half inch pipe. They...
          These valves are very easy to install. Simply push them on the end of a cut half inch pipe. They can also be rotated to any position needed. They connect with no tools, solder, or thread sealant. Should a valve need to be removed, it can be removed with a plastic removal tool. I have even been able to remove them by engaging the release ring with a pair of pliers. In new installation when the water is off, you can even attach the faucet line downstream of the valve and then install the valve so you don't have to work in cramped spaces. I only install these quarter turn valves in my projects as I find this valve more reliable than other types.
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          I was excited to receive these Brasscraft half inch push connect shutoff valves with a quarter tu...
          I was excited to receive these Brasscraft half inch push connect shutoff valves with a quarter turn straight stop. I have used various other kinds of push connect fittings in the past and I must say that these are high quality! No more having to get your two wrenchs out to install a shutoff valve. Just push the straight stop shutoff valve on and you're done! Well worth the extra cost.
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          I have waited to write a review on this product, knowing that I was going to use them. However th...
          I have waited to write a review on this product, knowing that I was going to use them. However the holidays have me delaying that until the New Year. I have used these on numerous occasions and absolutely love them!. I can install them after sheetrock is installed and even remove them and reinstall them after I have installed cabinets, etc. I can also solder joints but these are so,so, so much easier to deal with. If I do a plumbing job now, I always put the quarter turn valves, knowing that they will seal and have no leaks.I would give them a "6" out of "5" if I could!!
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          I love quarter turn cutoff valves and with a push connect fitting, installation is easier than ev...
          I love quarter turn cutoff valves and with a push connect fitting, installation is easier than ever. Internet #309283973 Model # G2PS14X CM5 Store SKU #1004368174 BrassCraft 1/2 in. Nom Push Connect Inlet x 3/8 in. OD Comp Outlet 1/4-Turn Straight Stop (5-Pack) I have a lot of lines under my sink. One for the dishwashers, one for the ice maker and two for the sink. I had to replace one of the cutoff and decided to take the easy way out. Less than 5 minutes and I was done. See photo. MANUFACTURER'S COMMENTS: For use in potable water distribution systems 1/4 turn shut-off Easy-to-remove handle protects against accidental operation during rough-ins Installation ready: requires no special tools, soldering or glue for a watertight seal Chrome finish 100% leak tested to ensure reliable, leak-free performance Temperature rating: 40° to 160° F Pressure rating: 125 psi maximum Certified to IAPMO ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1
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          Relatively straightforward to use the existing pipe or the new pipe to link attached fitting tigh...
          Relatively straightforward to use the existing pipe or the new pipe to link attached fitting tighten the compression up and you are done make sure you turn the water off or you can get wet when you install these make sure you follow all national and state codes performing to make sure they're adequate for what you're using them for would recommend them for anybody replacing shut off valves in the bathroom
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          Realistically I am not a fan of anything push-to-connect, but there is a time and place for it, a...
          Realistically I am not a fan of anything push-to-connect, but there is a time and place for it, and generally it is not a shut off, but with all of that being said, these are approved by plumbing code and therefore, should be fine. I don't see any value in using these over a proper shut off, which is a more permanent solution in my mind. The quarter turn feature is almost required these days!
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