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Model #511-14-112-112H

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1-1/2 in. PVC Slip Joint x Slip Joint Union

  • For solvent-welding pipe connections
  • Compatible with an SCH 40 or an SCH 80 pipe
  • Comes with a rubber O-ring seal for leak prevention
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$1024

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Product Overview

The Homewerks Worldwide Slip x Slip Union is used to join lengths of pipe together. Can be used with either Sch. 40 or Sch. 80. It connects cold water pipes with solvent-weld connections. Rated for 150 psi at 73 Degree F, complies with ANSI B2.1.
  • California residents
  • Use with Sch. 40 or Sch. 80 pipe
  • Solvent-weld connections
  • Rubber O-ring seal
  • NSF standard 14 for plastic piping system components
  • Great do it yourselfer product
  • Easy installation

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Fitting 1 size1"1-1/2"1-1/2"2"
Fitting or Connector TypeUnionUnionCouplingUnion
FeaturesCorrosion ResistantCorrosion ResistantAdjustable,Underground UseCorrosion Resistant,Underground Rated
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Specifications

Dimensions

Double Fitting Size
1-1/2" x 1-1/2"
Fitting 1 size
1-1/2"
Fitting 2 size
1-1/2"
Product Length (in.)
3.54

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Connection 1
Slip-Joint
Connection 2
Slip-Joint
Features
Corrosion Resistant
Fitting or Connector Type
Union
Fitting/ Connector Collection
PVC
Material
PVC
Maximum working pressure (psi)
150
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
140
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
.56
Reducing Fitting
No
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

40Questions22Answers

What is the actual ID?

Asked by JBG September 28, 2020
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Hello JBG, We are not clear on the question, please call customer service with your model number for assistance.

Does it matter which direction I should install the fitting, according water flow direction, so t...

Asked by Getitright August 15, 2020
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I don't believe it makes any difference which way this is installed, as the seal is provided by the ring between the two parts and is thus affected by how tight the joint is made and not by the direction of flow. From experience I know that this union is extremely difficult, even impossible, to unscrew under pressure, due to the force pushing the two sections apart and so causing the threads to bind. I installed mine so that the part that screws on would not lay on the ground when loosened.

I recently bought some of these from the Home Depot store in Hutto, Texas. The online web site ca...

Asked by Curtis June 29, 2020
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The item is marked with both NSF numberd because it (supposedly) meets both standards. As far as the lead warning, basically California politicians came up with a rule that any product that is man made and is for sale in California or could be for sale in California has to have a warning about lead. So manufacturers put it on everything because its easier to be able to grab any product and send to California than sorting and separating ones with lead warning from ones without. I'd use this for drinking water.

can this be used to connect to a pool filter? I have 1 1/2 inch male threads on the valve. I am l...

Asked by Gary June 12, 2020
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Yes, I installed on pool to allow for easy disassembly in the future. Worked fine with no leaks. I bought un threaded one and glued on. Make sure the threads will work for your situation.

what size o-ring is needed for the 2" version?

Asked by Jack June 5, 2020
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Hello Jack, If you are in need of parts please contact us at 877-319-3757 and we would be happy to discuss warranty parts.

Application says non-potable water. Is that correct?

Asked by RTG May 22, 2020
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You are correct, but I also wonder why this is the case. PVC is commonly used for domestic water and maximum working pressure is 150 lbs, which is way more than domestic water pressure. The issue can only be with use of a union in a permanent water line and the presence of the seal. Can the manufacturer cast some light on RTG's question?

Can I use this on schedule 40 pipe

Asked by Butch April 30, 2020
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Used this on my schedule 40, have had no issues for weeks now.

I just bought a couple, and these are different than the ones I had previously purchased. They ar...

Asked by Joey April 27, 2020
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It seems the manufacturer changed the size of these unions (other than the PVC pipe size) a while back, but kept the SAME UPC. Why, I do not know. I was just lucky that I had enough of the older, bigger ones when I discovered the change so that I could complete my project, which needed the unions to all be compatible. The new ones are not at all interchangeable with the old ones. At least, the UPC should have changed. Very frustrating!

I went and bought two of these items today, and they are DIFFERENT that the ones the Home Depot ...

Asked by Joey April 26, 2020
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Answer

It seems the manufacturer changed the size of these unions (other than the PVC pipe size) a while back, but kept the SAME UPC. Why, I do not know. I was just lucky that I had enough of the older, bigger ones when I discovered the change so that I could complete my project, which needed the unions to all be compatible. The new ones are not at all interchangeable with the old ones. At least, the UPC should have changed. Very frustrating!

Does it matter which direction the water flow is coming from? Using this as part of a bathtub dr...

Asked by Jim December 27, 2019
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The water can flow in either direction.

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This union worked like a champ to join my sprinkler manifold to the house water supply. With the ...
This union worked like a champ to join my sprinkler manifold to the house water supply. With the union in place it is easy to unhook and sprinkler manifold and replace valves when needed. The compact size of the union worked great in my tight space. It does not take up as much room as other couplers do such as repair couplers. I hope I don't have to repair any more sprinkler valves but if I do I will not have a much easier time since I can take this union apart and fix the valves.
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This fitting was easy to install and worked perfectly. ...
This fitting was easy to install and worked perfectly. I used a pair of them to make my pool sand filter easy to open. I just remove approx 3/4 inch of pipe and glued them in. There was plenty of spring in my pipes which made the job easier.
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This union was just what I needed. Used them to...
This union was just what I needed. Used them to pipe my pool pump and filter. No more hoses. Easy to install. No more leaks or fighting with clamps. Now when winter comes. Unscrew them to move everything into the shed.
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Fit perfectly!...
Fit perfectly!
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These are so handy...
These are so handy
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irrigation repair under ground mainline (always under pressure)
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I used the SLIPxSLIP versions. I installed 2 of these at 2 different repairs. I'm hoping they work. I had a slight leak, clearly coming from the threaded joint. I turned the water off and tightened it a little bit more by hand, and no more leak. It's under pressure all the time, a main line in my irrigation system. I'll leave the ground exposed another day and then cover it up. I feel like this makes sense to use for a repair, but the rubber seal worries me - will it last for 47 more years (I'll be 100 and no longer care). What I did: I cut the main line to remove the break, then two elbows sending the line upward, then two more elbows bringing those lines together. If I did not use this UNION, then I'd have to push the PVC together at the final connection, without twisting 1/4 turn, and that worries me, worries me that I won't get a good weld. So, I chose to try this UNION, and I'll update if I have a blow-out or trouble. It says it's rated for 150-PSI. SEE IMAGE Teach me something.
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There’s not much to say about a simple plumbing PVC...
There’s not much to say about a simple plumbing PVC fitting, I think the design is excellent because it’s to be tightened by hand! That’s very good!
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These are not a good choice for a spray-type sprinkler system. I tried to use these to make futur...
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These are not a good choice for a spray-type sprinkler system. I tried to use these to make future replacement of sprinkler valves easier, but I had the same experience as "Looie" described in his review. The threads are large and loose, and the union simply pops apart when there's any kind of surge of pressure (such as when one of the other valves in the same set turns off). These might work okay for a low pressure application (such as drip lines), but I don't recommend them for a spray-type sprinkler system which handles full residential water pressure. I now have to cut the pipes again and remount the valves using the normal PVC glue method. I am NOT a happy camper!
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I've always used onions in alot of plumbing jobs, saves time. This particular job I used it for t...
I've always used onions in alot of plumbing jobs, saves time. This particular job I used it for the inlet an discharge side of my pool pump pipes, worked great
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Great quality, perfect fit, easy to install. I installed this 1 inch union on the supply line to...
Great quality, perfect fit, easy to install. I installed this 1 inch union on the supply line to one of my well pressure tanks. The fitting at the tank was leaking and I needed to repair it and there was no way to do so without cutting the pipe. Now, if the tank ever needs to be serviced or replaced, it can easily be disconnected without cutting the pipes.
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