1" x 1" x 1/2" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee Zoom

1" x 1" x 1/2" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee

SKU:Q4751150

Brand: Uponor (Wirsbo)

Uponor (Wirsbo)
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$2.89
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$27.90 / box (10 units x $2.79)
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Specs

Size: 1" x 1" x 1/2"
PEX Size: 1/2"
1"
Material: Engineered Plastic
Application: Heating
Plumbing
Warranty: 5-Year Limited Warranty
Standards Met: NSF
ASTM F1960
ASTM F877
Fitting System Compatibility: Expander (ProPEX)
Tubing Compatibility: PEX
Max Pressure (PSI): 150
Max Temp (F): 320°F
Max Operating Temp: 210ºF

Description for Uponor (Wirsbo) Q4751150

Branch size is listed last in the part description. Note: ProPEX Tool is required. ProPEX Rings must be purchased separately.

1" x 1" x 1/2" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee

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Uponor (Wirsbo)3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee
 
4.6

(based on 11 reviews)

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          • Fit:
          • Feels too small

             

            Feels true to size

             

            100% 

            (3 reviews)

            Feels too big

             
          • Length:
          • Feels too short

             

            Feels true to length

             

            100% 

            (3 reviews)

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        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        Works. But...

        This may seem superficial but I hate plastic. When using the ProPex fittings, anytime I have to use plastic fittings, it seems that I'm putting a weak link in the line. If you...Read complete review

        This may seem superficial but I hate plastic. When using the ProPex fittings, anytime I have to use plastic fittings, it seems that I'm putting a weak link in the line. If you can justify the added expense, go for the brass fittings. You just feel better looking up in the floor joists and seeing a substantial fitting. The brass ones are built perfectly. My local supply house only carries the plastic fittings so I guess I must be a loner on this.

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        Nice Addition

        Extremely handy "T" however, it would be nice to be able to get it in brass instead.

        Extremely handy "T" however, it would be nice to be able to get it in brass instead.

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        4.0

        Works. But...

        By MattM

        from Atwood, KS

        Verified Buyer

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              Comments about 3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee:

              This may seem superficial but I hate plastic. When using the ProPex fittings, anytime I have to use plastic fittings, it seems that I'm putting a weak link in the line. If you can justify the added expense, go for the brass fittings. You just feel better looking up in the floor joists and seeing a substantial fitting. The brass ones are built perfectly. My local supply house only carries the plastic fittings so I guess I must be a loner on this.

              • Fit:
              • Feels true to size
              • Length:
              • Feels true to length
              • Was this a gift?:
              • No
               
              4.0

              Works. But....

              By MattM

              from Atwood, KS

              Verified Buyer

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                    Comments about 3/4" ProPEX EP Tee:

                    This may seem superficial but I hate plastic. When using the ProPex fittings, anytime I have to use plastic fittings, it seems that I'm putting a weak link in the line. If you can justify the added expense, go for the brass fittings. You just feel better looking up in the floor joists and seeing a substantial fitting. The brass ones are built perfectly.

                    • Fit:
                    • Feels true to size
                    • Length:
                    • Feels true to length
                    • Was this a gift?:
                    • No
                     
                    5.0

                    You are the best

                    By JC

                    from Miami

                    Verified Buyer

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                          Comments about 1-1/2"" x 1-1/2"" x 1/2"" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee:

                          This is a perfect and clean job

                          • Fit:
                          • Feels true to size
                          • Length:
                          • Feels true to length
                          • Was this a gift?:
                          • No
                           
                          5.0

                          Great product

                          By JC Plumbing Services

                          from Miami

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about ProPEX EP Reducing Tee, 1-1/2" PEX x 1" PEX x 3/4" PEX:

                          easy, quite and quickly was my experience .

                           
                          5.0

                          Ep fittings the way to go.

                          By Fran

                          from Pa.

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about 3/4" ProPEX EP Tee:

                          I have used the crimp system and it works great,but have had issues getting into tight spaces.I can make a water tight connection anywhere with the Uponor system and fittings.Plus I like the EP fittings better than the brass.

                           
                          5.0

                          I would buy again!

                          By Phillips

                          from Smithville TN

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about ProPEX EP Reducing Tee, 3/4" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX:

                          Exactly as described. Does what its suppose to do and makes the job so much more efficient.

                           
                          5.0

                          good product

                          By Clark

                          from New Mexico

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about ProPEX EP Tee, 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX:

                          good product

                           
                          5.0

                          good product

                          By Clark

                          from New Mexico

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about 3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" ProPEX EP Reducing Tee:

                          good product

                           
                          5.0

                          Good Value

                          By Kell

                          from Hillsboro, OR

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about ProPEX EP Reducing Tee, 1-1/4" PEX x 1-1/4" PEX x 3/4" PEX:

                          I use plastic fittings where ever I can to cut cost as brass fittings are more expensive.

                           
                          3.0

                          Nice Addition

                          By Nick

                          from Ogdensburg, NY

                          Verified Buyer

                          Comments about ProPEX EP Reducing Tee, 3/4" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX:

                          Extremely handy "T" however, it would be nice to be able to get it in brass instead.

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                          • ProPEX EP Reducing Tee, 3/4" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 3/4" PEX

                            Q:

                            when the size is called out what order is it in
                            Asked on 10/28/2012 by aboutoplumb from saugus,ca

                            7 answers

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              The last measurement is the bottom of the "T", the part that branches off.. For the ProPEX EP Reducing Tee, 3/4" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 3/4" PEX this is going to have 3/4" going into 1/2" with 3/4" coming off the side. Jon

                              Answered on 10/28/2012 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              The first two numbers are the run and the third is the branch

                              Answered on 10/29/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              The first two sizes quoted are for the "run (straight through)" of the tee and the third size is for the branch.

                              Answered on 10/28/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              3/4 x 1/2 x 3/4 That is stated as end X side x end The fitting when looked at like a T the base is the middle number 1/2 in this case and the top ends are list first and last.

                              Answered on 10/28/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Straight thru flow first, then branch,. i.e. for the example shown, 3/4
                              x 1/2 x 1/2. Or if straight thru is same in and out, simply main size x
                              branch size, e.g. 3/4 x 1/2 (not shown).

                              Answered on 10/28/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              I like to think out it as Input x Output x Tap, with Tap being the
                              perpendicular port on the Tee, also remember that the orientation for your
                              application may dictate what you consider Input vs Output. . . but here's a
                              more technical description if you need additional clarification.
                              http://www.plumbingfittingsdirect.com/diagrams/tees.html
                              Hope that helps,
                              michael

                              Answered on 10/28/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              The order is end of the "T" x the other end of the "T" x the side of the "T"

                              Answered on 10/28/2012 by Anonymous
                          • ProPEX EP Tee, 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX

                            Q:

                            Can I put this in a slab
                            Asked on 9/20/2012 by Jim from Britt,MN

                            5 answers

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes.

                              Answered on 9/20/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              You should not put the tees under the slab
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                              Answered on 9/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              You can put it in concrete but it is not to code or recommended. All fittings and pipes ought to be installed so repair and replacement is possible. Running pex through concrete can be done by putting in a larger diameter rigid piece of PVC and after the concrete is set then pull your pex through it. Try to layout your pex and fittings to keep all the fittings in walls or areas that are accessible. When I run pex under concrete I put it in rigid PVC. You'll never develop a reputation as a good plumber if you leave nightmares for those who follow you. Paul

                              Answered on 9/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes, but to be covered under their warrantee you must cover each joint with
                              shrink tape to prevent concrete in joint area.

                              Answered on 9/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Hydro static test first then pour your concrete.

                              Answered on 9/21/2012 by Anonymous
                          • ProPEX EP Tee, 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX

                            Q:

                            i do need this for 1/2 in. pex line? or do i need 3/8 fitting?
                            Asked on 9/13/2011 by myers from Tn

                            1 answer

                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                              A:

                              This item (Q4755050) works with 1/2" PEX, but keep in mind that it is only compatible with PEX-A tubing and expansion-style fittings.

                              Answered on 9/13/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                          • 3/4" ProPEX EP Tee

                            Q:

                            Is this product ok to use on heating systems
                            Asked on 12/22/2010 by gerry from MAINE

                            1 answer

                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                              A:

                              They are designed for plumbing systems, however they will work in a heating system.

                              Answered on 12/23/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                          • ProPEX EP Tee, 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX x 1/2" PEX

                            Q:

                            Hi,

                            Is this product suited for use in potable water systems?
                            Asked on 11/14/2010 by Anonymous

                            1 answer

                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                              A:

                              Yes it is.

                              Answered on 11/15/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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