Internet #100343588

Model # C600HD34

Store SKU #187356

0039923307125

3/4 in. Copper Pressure Cup x Cup Coupling With Stop Fitting

  • Ideal for potable water, air conditioning and refrigeration
  • Resistant to dezincification
  • 582 maximum working pressure
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Product Overview

  • Ideal for potable water, air conditioning and refrigeration
  • Resistant to dezincification
  • 582 maximum working pressure
This 3/4 in. pressure cup x cup coupling is ideal for air conditioning and refrigeration and potable water applications. Constructed with copper, this coupling connects straight lengths of tube and is commonly used aboveground for water supply piping. It features a solder cup and a dimple stop. This adaptor needs pressure to maintain flow and has a 582 psi, maximum working pressure. Its dezincification-resistant design protects the adaptor’s mechanical strength.
  • Copper construction
  • Designed for aboveground water supply piping
  • Used to join straight lengths of tubing
  • Cup x Cup connections
  • Solder connection required
  • Requires pressure to maintain flow
  • 582 psi maximum working pressure
  • Resists dezincification
  • Certified under NSF/ANSI 61 requirements
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

Product Overview

  • Ideal for potable water, air conditioning and refrigeration
  • Resistant to dezincification
  • 582 maximum working pressure
Model #: C600HD34
Sku #: 187356
Internet #: 100343588

This 3/4 in. pressure cup x cup coupling is ideal for air conditioning and refrigeration and potable water applications. Constructed with copper, this coupling connects straight lengths of tube and is commonly used aboveground for water supply piping. It features a solder cup and a dimple stop. This adaptor needs pressure to maintain flow and has a 582 psi, maximum working pressure. Its dezincification-resistant design protects the adaptor’s mechanical strength.

  • Copper construction
  • Designed for aboveground water supply piping
  • Used to join straight lengths of tubing
  • Cup x Cup connections
  • Solder connection required
  • Requires pressure to maintain flow
  • 582 psi maximum working pressure
  • Resists dezincification
  • Certified under NSF/ANSI 61 requirements
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Double Fitting Size
3/4" x 3/4"
Fitting 1 size
3/4"
Fitting 2 size
3/4"
Product Length (in.)
1.71 in

Details

Application
Non-Potable Water,Potable Water
Color Family
Copper
Color/Finish
Copper
Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Connection 1
Copper Sweat
Connection 2
Copper Sweat
Connectivity
Solder
Features
Corrosion Resistant
Fitting or Connector Type
Coupling
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Copper
Material
Copper
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
250
Maximum working pressure (psi)
582
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.06lb
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.

Specifications

Dimensions

Double Fitting Size
3/4" x 3/4"
Fitting 1 size
3/4"
Fitting 2 size
3/4"
Product Length (in.)
1.71 in

Details

Application
Non-Potable Water,Potable Water
Color Family
Copper
Color/Finish
Copper
Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Connection 1
Copper Sweat
Connection 2
Copper Sweat
Connectivity
Solder
Features
Corrosion Resistant
Fitting or Connector Type
Coupling
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Copper
Material
Copper
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
250
Maximum working pressure (psi)
582
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.06lb
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

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.

That’s attached to the new faucet. Valve size 1/2” nom comp inlet 3/8” comp outlet multi turn angle valve. Faucet Glacier Bay model # FP4A0052BNV SKU # 497-475
Asked by: Tina
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
Answered by: Stefan
Date published: 2020-01-29

OD?

OD?
Asked by: LV
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"
Answered by: Stefan
Date published: 2020-01-29

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

Will this coupling work with 1/4" copper tubing like used for refrigerator ice makers?
Asked by: Caneman
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.
Answered by: SingleSeven
Date published: 2020-05-24

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

Having trouble finding an inside diameter 1.125" copper coupling. Maybe I am incorrect and the 1" takes this into account and would work.
Asked by: Nick
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.
Answered by: Zurak
Date published: 2020-01-29
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