The Eastman® dielectric union is built of galvanized steel for increased durability with a steel end and a brass end for soldering. Dielectric unions are used to join pipes made from different metals to prevent accelerated corrosion in the piping system. This fitting is utilized to transition between steel and copper piping with a maximum operating pressure of 250 PSI at 180-degrees Fahrenheit. The union features a leak-resistant gasket made with silicone rubber and a nylon insert. Meets all plumbing code requirements.
- Prevents accelerated corrosion
- Rated for use with working water temperature of up to 180° F
- Plumbing codes in all states require the use of dielectric unions when connecting dissimilar metals
- IPS connection and nut are both constructed of durable steel
- Features a leak-resistant silicone rubber gasket with a nylon insert
- Works with copper, brass, and steel
- Maximum PSI is 250 at 180° F; 1-1/2 in. FIP x 1-1/2 in. solder
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