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SharkBite

1/2 in. PEX Barb Brass 90-Degree Elbow Fitting (10-Pack)

  • Compatible with PEX Pipe
  • Compatible with stainless steel clamp & Copper Crimp ring systems
  • Lead free DZR brass construction
$ 11 51
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Product Overview

  • Compatible with PEX Pipe
  • Compatible with stainless steel clamp & Copper Crimp ring systems
  • Lead free DZR brass construction
The SharkBite PEX Barb Elbow (10-Pack) is an easy to install, low cost solution to connect PEX Pipe. SharkBite PEX Barb fittings are compatible for potable water distribution and hydronic heating applications. These PEX fittings may be used with the stainless steel clamp system or the copper crimp ring system (both sold separately). The SharkBite PEX Barb fitting range offers a wide variety of Fittings, Manifolds, Valves, clamp rings, crimp rings and tools in various sizes to help complete your next plumbing project.
  • Lead free DZR brass construction for durability and reliability
  • Low-cost plumbing connection system
  • Barb x barb connection
  • Compatible with PEX pipe
  • NSF listed
  • Meets UPC, IPC and cUPC requirements
  • Fittings work with copper crimp ring or stainless steel clamp connection methods
  • Rated to 200°F and 200 psi
  • 10-piece pack
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Compatible with PEX Pipe
  • Compatible with stainless steel clamp & Copper Crimp ring systems
  • Lead free DZR brass construction
Model #: UC248LFA10
Internet #: 206133172

The SharkBite PEX Barb Elbow (10-Pack) is an easy to install, low cost solution to connect PEX Pipe. SharkBite PEX Barb fittings are compatible for potable water distribution and hydronic heating applications. These PEX fittings may be used with the stainless steel clamp system or the copper crimp ring system (both sold separately). The SharkBite PEX Barb fitting range offers a wide variety of Fittings, Manifolds, Valves, clamp rings, crimp rings and tools in various sizes to help complete your next plumbing project.

  • Lead free DZR brass construction for durability and reliability
  • Low-cost plumbing connection system
  • Barb x barb connection
  • Compatible with PEX pipe
  • NSF listed
  • Meets UPC, IPC and cUPC requirements
  • Fittings work with copper crimp ring or stainless steel clamp connection methods
  • Rated to 200°F and 200 psi
  • 10-piece pack
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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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 Depth (in.)
1.18
Product Height (in.)
1.18
Product Width (in.)
0.48

Details

Application
Potable Water
Bend Degree
90 Degree
Color Family
Brass
Color/Finish
Brass
Compatible Pipe Material
PEX
Connection 1
Barb
Connection 2
Barb
Connectivity
Barb
Features
Lead Free
Fitting or Connector Type
Elbow
Fitting/ Connector Collection
PEX
Material
Brass
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
200
Maximum working pressure (psi)
200
PEX Fitting Type
Push
PEX Type
B
Pack Size
10
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.0429lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
For warranty information on this product, please call our Internet Customer Service Center at 1-877-700-4242

Specifications

Dimensions

Double Fitting Size
1/2" x 1/2"
Fitting 1 size
1/2"
Fitting 2 size
1/2"
Product Depth (in.)
1.18
Product Height (in.)
1.18
Product Width (in.)
0.48

Details

Application
Potable Water
Bend Degree
90 Degree
Color Family
Brass
Color/Finish
Brass
Compatible Pipe Material
PEX
Connection 1
Barb
Connection 2
Barb
Connectivity
Barb
Features
Lead Free
Fitting or Connector Type
Elbow
Fitting/ Connector Collection
PEX
Material
Brass
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
200
Maximum working pressure (psi)
200
PEX Fitting Type
Push
PEX Type
B
Pack Size
10
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.0429lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
For warranty information on this product, please call our Internet Customer Service Center at 1-877-700-4242

Questions & Answers

If I use push these into pex pipe, do I need to use a clamp or crimp?

If I use push these into pex pipe, do I need to use a clamp or crimp?
Asked by: Whizzer
Yes you must clamp these when installing them.
Answered by: Samuelzman
Date published: 2019-04-14

I'm using the Wirsbo pipe and expansion rings, are these fittings the same? i know the pipe is di...

I'm using the Wirsbo pipe and expansion rings, are these fittings the same? i know the pipe is different.
Asked by: Marc
No, our fittings are only guaranteed when used with our PEX pipe and either the clamp or crimp system.
Answered by: SharkBiteProductExpert
Date published: 2017-01-30

are these sold one piece at a time

are these sold one piece at a time
Asked by: disapointed
Yes,, they are sold individually or in the 10 pack. The Home Depot sku number for the individual pack is 263739.
Answered by: SharkBiteProductExpert
Date published: 2016-11-29
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Customer Reviews

1/2 in. PEX Barb Brass 90-Degree Elbow Fitting (10-Pack) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They met my expectations.... They met my expectations.
Date published: 2019-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality fittings. These brass elbows for PEX tubing are a staple in my shop. I try to keep a supply on hand for doing plumbing jobs. They are of consistently high quality and have never given me any problems with leakage or fit to the tubing. I suspect they are made from forgings rather than castings, giving excellent material property without porosity, and the machining gives a consistent fit to the PEX tubing. The only down side to using PEX tubing and crimp rings is the cost of the crimp tool and planning the job so the tool has access to the joint. The time to do a joint is quicker with PEX and crimping as there is no prep work required for the end of the tube - just cut to length, slide in the fitting, and crimp. No need to clean up burrs, apply flux, heat the joint, then apply solder. And after crimping, I find that the joint can actually be rotated a bit for alignment without causing leakage.
Date published: 2015-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PEX on brass fittings-- great stuff! We were remodeling kitchen and bath; also the existing plumbing was troubled. I ripped-out about all of it and did it up with SharkBite PEX tubing, fittings, and rings. I love PEX. Easy to cut and fit, low cost. For connecting to existing pipe, SharkBite slip-on fittings work very well. For PEX-PEX connections, they work fine and never give trouble but the cost adds up. For more than a few permanent PEX-PEX connections you want the PEX ring-crimper, the deburring tool, crimp-fittings and crimp-rings. The tools allow you to use these much lower cost crimp fittings. The fittings come in both plastic and brass. The plastic fittings generally work fine, but could be broken with excess abuse (I'm kinda abusive). The brass fittings won't fail until the PEX tubing fails (and it's awful tough). In a for-profit job the plastic is a clear winner. For my own home work, the brass fittings look and feel so much better that the added cost is worth it to me. And as with all SharkBite products I have used (most of them now!), the stuff is excellent quality, goes together real easy, and never gives trouble.
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to use These brass 90 degree elbows were the perfect thing to use under my house. I have used the plastic kind before and they do not seal as well as these. I don't know if the brass has a lower surface tension or they are just made better. But they worked very well. I replace a plastic 90 that was leaking and while I was at it, I replaced the remaining 90's under the house as a safety for the well being of my family. The crimping was not as hard as with the plastic 90's. I think that having the brass under the PEX was better and made the crimping easier.
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plumbing is easier than you thought See the attached picture. That is a replacement manifold for a radiant heating system. The old manifold was leaky and the system was partly blocked, with no effective way to flush it since all the valves were frozen. When I inquired with the plumber who knows all these houses ( Levitt neighborhood, hundreds of houses all fitted-out the same weird way ) he would not even return my call! That's how much he didn't want the job. So I decided to bite the bullet and teach myself plumbing. Turns out there are lots of great instructional videos on sweating pipe joints on the YouTubes. I watched a few, and made a some test joints on the workbench, and it was simple. Then I went in the rather cramped linen closet and cut out the old manifold, which you can see on the floor at the right. Onto each cut end I sweated a barbed PEX adapter - six in all. The new manifold is both bigger and opposite-hand or mirror-image of the old one. That meant either installing it backwards, or getting clever. Installing it backwards was a bad option - you'd have to reach around the back to adjust the valves, and when it is running it is hot. So I sat down and started sketching things out, and this is the final result. The whole thing is folded-up so tight that it fit into the original space, and when I was done I simply replaced the shelf above. This installation has 6 adapters, 9 elbows, one tee, one valve, and the manifold itself. There are 16 pieces of PEX tubing of different lengths and sizes, with two joints each, for a total of 32 crimped connections. To do all of this the old-fashioned way in copper and solder would have been a real pain. But with Pex tubing, barbed elbows, and crimp rings, it was easy. Well, as easy as it could be, it still took several hours. But I would much rather be crouched in that small space with the PEX crimper than a torch. My first thought was to bend the tubing, but it is not that flexible, so I resorted to the elbows to keep the installation compact. When I turned the water back on, not one joint leaked, nor has one ever leaked in several years since I built it. The manifold works perfectly, and you wouldn't believe the gunk I flushed out of the system, one loop at a time now that I had working valves. The entire heating system works noticeably better now; rooms that once got no heat are now toasty, and rooms that got to much heat can be throttled-back. This is an example of what you can do YOURSELF with minimal pipe sweating and PEX. Needless to say, I have not called the plumber since. This is the worst job I could imagine doing, and I pulled it off perfectly. Everything since then has been easy by comparison. The one downside of PEX is the startup cost of the tools and materials - a good crimper is not cheap. But once you have it, and a small torch to install the adapters if needed, you can do pretty much anything, including things your plumber wanted nothing to do with !!! These brass elbows are ... brass elbows. They are exactly what they should be, nicely finished with no manufacturing flaws, ready to use.
Date published: 2015-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best barbed elbow fitting Pex pipping and fittings are the easiest and fastest way to plumb. These fittings make so easy to re-plumb your older house I was even able to do it. These fittings are of the highest quality. I bought the tools to clamp them for less than the price of a quality set of pipe wrenches. The brass barbed fittings are highly recommended over the plastic ones. I was even able to but a tool to remove the copper bands from the Pex pipe and these fittings.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A nice durable feel for a PEX system I have used the plastic PEX fittings so far and got these brass fittings to do a comparison. UNBOXING: Heavy brass construction just plain FEELS GOOD. Good fit and finish. INSTALLATION: Standard PEX process, never easy with bolt-cutter type crimpers. SUMMARY: I'm sure the plastic PEX fittings will do the job. But the brass fittings just feel so much better. Sometimes its about peace of mind.
Date published: 2016-11-19
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