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Brass Threaded, Compression & Flare Fittings

Explore a selection of sturdy brass fittings at F.W. Webb. Use brass compression fittings in high-temperature situations or areas with flammable sources; the connections feature extreme thermal and electrical conductivity. Available from trusted makers Brasscraft and Walrich, these fittings are ideal for industrial, plumbing, pneumatic, or nuclear systems. Brass flare tube fittings prevent leaks in gas and high-pressure lines by creating a seal at the end of the pipes; add adapters and tube nuts to boost performance and protection. Threaded brass fittings are designed for residential and industrial plumbing to transport air, gasses, and water; opt for a threaded bushing to prevent impact loads in a piping system.

Brass PEX & Push Fittings

Use quick-connect fittings to put together tubing rapidly in fluid lines. These brass push fittings install easily without any special tools or the need for gluing, soldering, or crimping. We also carry brass fittings designed for PEX piping systems; use these attachments at the end of each pipe to create a stop or change water flow direction; choose elbows to curve PEX pipe in a specific direction. Explore options in brass PEX fittings from trusted manufacturers Uponor, Watts Radiant Pex, Sioux Chief, and Webstone to find the best fit for your application.

Browse quality brass fittings at F.W. Webb to find the right fit for residential, commercial, or industrial use.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do brass fittings last?

Brass fittings can last for 80 to 100 years.

What are the benefits of brass fittings?

Brass fittings offer the following benefits:

  • Great malleability
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Extremely durable
  • Versatile for various uses
  • Tolerates high temperatures

Are brass fittings OK for hot water?

Brass fittings are OK for hot water; they can withstand high temperatures and are very malleable.