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1/2 in. Copper Pressure Cup x Cup Coupling with Stop Fitting (10-Pack)

  • High quality copper construction
  • Designed for use with L and M hard temper copper tubing
  • Pressure is required to maintain flow
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Product Overview

The NIBCO wrot copper pressure coupling is used in residential and commercial systems such as potable water, air conditioning and refrigeration. The coupling features solder cups and a dimple stop. The fitting provides a means of connecting two lengths of tube together. In addition to its inherent qualities of beauty, durability and low maintenance, copper's reusability makes it an ideal application in sustainable projects. Options also include cleaned and bagged for oxygen service (medical gas).
  • Copper construction
  • Used to join straight lengths of types L and type M hard-temper copper tubing
  • Requires pressure to maintain flow
  • Lead free refers to the wetted surface of pipe, fittings and fixtures in potable water systems that have a weighted average lead content 0.25%, source: California Health and Safety Code (116875); Vermont act 193
  • Lead-free wrot copper coupling is durable and low maintenance
  • NSF/ANSI 61 and 372

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Fitting 1 size3/4"1/2"1/2"3/4"
Fitting or Connector TypeTeeCouplingTeeElbow
ConnectivitySolderSolderSolderCompression
Pack Size1101010
FeaturesCorrosion Resistant,Lead FreeCorrosion Resistant,Lead FreeCorrosion ResistantCorrosion Resistant
ApplicationNon-Potable Water,Potable WaterAir Conditioning,Potable Water,RefrigerationNon-Potable Water,Potable WaterNon-Potable Water,Potable Water
MaterialCopperCopperCopperCopper
Fitting/ Connector CollectionCopperCopperCopperCopper
Bend Degree 90 Degree
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Specifications

Dimensions

Double Fitting Size
1/2" x 1/2"
Fitting 1 size
1/2"
Fitting 2 size
1/2"
Product Length (in.)
5.75 in

Details

Application
Air Conditioning,Potable Water,Refrigeration
Color Family
Copper
Color/Finish
Copper
Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Connection 1
Copper Sweat
Connection 2
Copper Sweat
Connectivity
Solder
Features
Corrosion Resistant,Lead Free
Fitting or Connector Type
Coupling
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Copper
Material
Copper
Maximum working pressure (psi)
722
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
400
Pack Size
10
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.25
Reducing Fitting
No
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
The Manufacturer warrants to the Owner, for a period of 50 years from the date the warranty begins, that its properly installed Product will be free of failure as a result of defects in material or workmanship in manufacturing the Product.

Questions & Answers

11Questions19Answers

Would this work for a 1.125" circumference pipe or do I need to find a larger coupling?

Asked by Nick October 25, 2018
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Answer

1 inch copper has an outer diameter of 1.125 and an inner diameter of 1 inch. This coupling is designed to couple two 1" copper pipes over the outside of those pipes. Hopefully you meant diameter and not circumference which is defined as 2*pi*r or d*pi. If you have a standard 1" copper pipe (not tubing) then this should work for you.

What is the ID of this coupler please?

Asked by James July 7, 2018
1
Answer

This is model number W00690DHDE.

Is this suitable for base board heaters?

Asked by Thom222 June 16, 2018
1
Answer

Yes, you can use this product to connect M and L type copper tubing.

Can this coupling be used to fit over a 1/2 copper pipe. That needs to extend with the new shut off valve reach the cold water hose.

Asked by Tina May 2, 2018
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The cheapest and best route as stated would be to get a longer braided line. You can cut off the copper pipe or Dremel tool cut off the copper supply line fitting's brass ring, respectively. Be very careful cutting off the old brass compression ring on the old pipe, now exposed. Do not nick the copper pipe. Solder sweat on a 1/2" elbow. Install a short 1/2" copper pipe piece needed to reach the braided line area. Install another copper 1/2" elbow pointing up. Install a short piece of 1/2" copper pipe. Sweat on or compression ring (yuk) install a new Quarter Turn *leak proof* Teflon stem valve, that is a sweat 1/2" pipe to 3/8" compression ring valve. The best wetting sweating solder to use is any old 50:50 Lead-Tin solid solder you might have. It is not sold for plumbing anymore. It is used as stain glass solid solder. The new solders do not wet copper even if you use the best Nokarode brand self cleaning acid flux, IMO. If you don't have old 50-50 solder, go the longer braided line route or try antimony solder. Practice using antimony based solder on loose fittings to make sure you can get it to flow. I can't. The joint lead in pipes builds up overnight when water is standing. You have old solder looking pipes in the picture. The first thing you do in the morning when you get up is flush the lines using a toilet. New lower or no metals city water is run into the lines. Always run the kitchen branch cold water for 30 second before making coffee to flush the overnight standing water in old 50-50 soldered joints and lines not cleared by the toilet flush. HTH

OD?

Asked by LV January 28, 2018
4
Answers

Actual vernier caliper values for these one inch copper pieces are: Couple length: 1.980", 50.29 mm Coupling ID: 1.125", 28.58 mm Coupling OD: 1.232", 31.29 mm L 1" Pipe OD: 1.927", 16.10 mm L 1" Pipe ID: 1.128", 28.50 mm Fitting to copper L type pipe clearance? Three thousandths of an inch, 0.003"

Will this coupling work with 1/4" copper tubing like used for refrigerator ice makers?

Asked by Caneman July 3, 2017
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Answers

No, it will not work with typical refrigerator soft copper tubing that measures 1/4" outside diameter (OD). Nominal diameter for 1/4" pipe is an internal measurement meaning that the outside of the pipe (and the inside of this 1/4" couple) will be larger than 1/4." I think I've used nominal 1/8" couples to join 1/4" OD pipe, but it was a long time ago so caution to verify fit before you buy.

What does it mean by sweat x sweat, cup x cup and coupling with stop in copper fitting terminology?

Asked by Ed May 24, 2017
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Sweat x sweat and cup x cup are the same thing. It means both ends of the fitting are connected to copper pipes by sweating them together which is the same thing as soldering them together. Coupling with stop in copper fitting just means there is a built in stop so that when you slide the pipe into the fitting you will know that you have pushed it in far enough to get a good solder joint or connection.

how much contractor pack

Asked by Duke April 1, 2017
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Answer

Hi Duke, for this 1/2 in. Copper Pressure Cup x Cup Coupling with Stop, if ordered on Homedepot.com, will be shipped and purchased as it is displayed on Homedepot.com when localized to your area. I would suggest contacting your local Home Depot Store's Prodesk and speak to them about your inquiry. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

How much mm is this

Asked by nick February 4, 2017
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Answer

Thank you for your inquiry on the 1/2 in. Copper Pressure Cup x Cup Coupling with Stop. This material is 25.4 mm. If you need further assistance, you can reach a NIBCO Technical Services Advisor, M-F 8am - 6pm EST, by phone at (888) 446-4226. Thank you!

Can this be used to join copper cooling tube with an OD of 3/8 "

Asked by Tom January 8, 2017
1
Answer

Thank you for your inquiry on the 3/8 in. Copper Pressure C x C Coupling with Stop. This can be used to join copper cooling tube with an OD of 3/8 in. If you need further assistance, you can reach a NIBCO Technical Services Advisor, M-F 8am - 6pm EST, by phone at (888) 446-4226. Thank you!

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This 1" copper coupling has an ID of one inch. It is used to connect two pieces of one inch copp...
This 1" copper coupling has an ID of one inch. It is used to connect two pieces of one inch copper pipe together. It has a stop dimple in the center to prevent inserting either pipe in too far. This coupling can be used in residential or commercial applications for water service or A/C and refrigerating systems. Sweat soldering is the required method of connection with this item.
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This coupler with a nice stop, is of high quality, and seamless. What I liked about this coupler ...
This coupler with a nice stop, is of high quality, and seamless. What I liked about this coupler is that it has good girth. That written, when the situation comes where you need to slide the coupler over, on to a pipe, the stop can be sanded/filed down without compromising the intergrity of the Coupler...............................................
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Too tight on old pipe and new. Maybe could have knocked it in place with a mallet but there wasn'...
Too tight on old pipe and new. Maybe could have knocked it in place with a mallet but there wasn't enough room. Picked some up at my local hardware store for about a dime more and they fit fine. It's interesting that the manufacturer shown in the review submittal says Everbuilt but the actual ad and item indicate they are made by Nibco. Also the ends were rough like someone just cut up a bunch of couplings with a hacksaw from a piece of pipe.
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Standard industry fitting. No issues....
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