Compression Reducing Coupler

SKU: TPLRC

Quick Description

Used for connecting two different sized pipes reducing couplings are available from 20mm to 110mm for use with MDPE, HDPE and LDPE pipe.

Call Javelin Irrigation Systems Ltd on 01507 607175 if you cannot see the size required below.

Full Description
Product Variations
Description
Part Number
Price
Quantity
Lead Time
25mm x 20mm
TPLRC2520
£2.95
- +
ex-stock
32mm x 20mm
TPLRC3220
£3.25
- +
ex-stock
32mm x 25mm
TPLRC3225
£3.25
- +
ex-stock
40mm x 25mm
TPLRC4025
£4.50
- +
ex-stock
50mm x 25mm
TPLRC5025
£6.35
- +
ex-stock
50mm x 32mm
TPLRC5032
£6.35
- +
ex-stock
63mm x 40mm
TPLRC6340
£8.70
- +
ex-stock
Total price: £0.00

Compression reducing couplers are available from 20mm to 110mm for use with MDPE, HDPE and LDPE pipe. Great quality WRAS approved fittings with a working pressure of up to 16 bar. Features a special profile O-ring, that does not fall out on fitting and will not twist when inserting pipe also creating a perfectly watertight seal.

Compression reducing couplers are easy and quick to install, highly robust and strong, made from Polypropylene allowing them to stand up to tough working conditions. Suitable for outdoor use in direct sunlight and frost proof.

Maximum Working Pressure of 16 bar/240 psi and Maximum Working Temperature  80°C/176°F

WRAS approval is required for any water fitting which will receive and carry water from the public mains supply, these must comply with British regulations and Scottish Bylaws. This is a certificate to demonstrate that the product does not contaminate, waste and is “of an appropriate quality and standard” which satisfies the requirement of the regulations and bylaws.

For other compression fittings please click here

Compression fittings

WRAS approval is required for any water fitting which will receive and carry water from the public mains supply, these must comply with British regulations and Scottish Bylaws. This is a certificate to demonstrate that the product does not contaminate, waste and is “of an appropriate quality and standard” which satisfies the requirement of the regulations and bylaws.

  • Maximum Working Pressure – 16bar/240psi
  • Maximum Working Temperature 80°C/176°F