Friday, 11 June 2021 10:55

Easy Fit ID goes with the flow

Written by  Staff Reporters
Hansen's new EasyFit ID range of compression fittings. Hansen's new EasyFit ID range of compression fittings.

Hansen Products has released the new Easy Fit ID range of compression fittings.

Designed to fit LDPE and HDPE poly water pipe from 15 to 40mm diameter and 15 to 50mm sizes respectively, the fittings can also be used for MDPE in sections from 15 to 110mm, using a conversion kit.

High pressure rated to 16 bar /235psi for the 15 to 50mm sizes, the fittings are manufactured in New Zealand using high-quality, ‘virgin’ polypropylene, that is said to offer exceptional resistance to weather, termite, fungi and bacteria.

The construction of the fittings sees high-quality threads for dependable high-pressure connections, a pre-lubricated seal assembly that aids insertion and prevents leaks and easy-grip locking nuts to establish a secure connection.

Fully compatible with the wider range of Hansen products, the fittings are approved by the Water Research Council for use with potable (drinking) water. Visit Fieldays Site E10.

www.hansenproducts.com

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