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Stainless steel push-in fittings

are used to connect tubes in a piping system. They are designed to be easy to install and to provide a secure, leak-free connection.
There are several reasons why stainless steel push-in fittings are commonly used:

Corrosion resistance: Stainless steel is resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for use in a variety of applications where the fitting may be exposed to harsh environments or corrosive fluids.

Durability: Stainless steel is a strong and durable material that can withstand high pressures and temperatures. This makes it suitable for use in a variety of applications where the fitting may be subjected to extreme conditions.

Operating temperature: Stainless push in fittings are designed to withstand a wide range of temperatures, making them suitable for use in both extreme cold and high heat environments. Our stainless fittings have an operating temperature range of -25°C to 200°C.

Ease of installation: Push-in fittings are designed to be easy to install, requiring no special tools or equipment.

Leak-free seal: The design of push-in fittings allows them to create a secure, leak-free seal, ensuring that the connection remains secure and the system is able to operate effectively.

Wide range of sizes and shapes: Stainless steel push-in fittings are available in a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them suitable for use in a variety of applications.

Overall, stainless steel push-in fittings are a popular choice due to their corrosion resistance, durability, ease of installation, and ability to create a leak-free seal.

Types of Stainless Push In Fittings

Stainless push in fittings are a popular choice for many industries due to their durability, ease of installation, and resistance to corrosion. There are several types of stainless push in fittings, each designed for specific applications and requirements.

Straight or Reducing

Straight connectors have the same diameter on all ports, which makes them ideal for applications where a consistent diameter is required. Reducing fittings have ports with different diameters (larger or smaller) to connect tubes of different sizes. This can be beneficial in situations where you need to connect two tubes of different diameters.


Do you need to connect 3 tubes of the same or varying diameters?
Tees have three openings and are used to split an air line into two separate lines or to combine two lines into one. They are available in various sizes and configurations, including straight, reducing, and branch tees.
Our Tees come in a variety of sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for your needs. Plus, they’re made from durable materials that will last for years.
Order your Push-in Tees today!

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Push In Fitting
Push In Fitting
Push In Fitting


These 90 degree angle fittings connect tubes and change the direction of the tubing, making them ideal for when there isn’t enough radius for the tube to bend. Whether you need a male or female thread on one of the ports, or two tube connections, we have the elbow fitting that you need. Check out our selection today!

Y Fittings

Whether you need to connect three tubes of the same diameter or reduce the diameter of two tubes, our Y fittings have got you covered. All ourt fittings are made of high-quality materials and will provide a secure connection for your tubing.

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Push In Fitting
Push In Fitting
Push In Fitting

Special Types

In addition to these basic types of stainless push in fittings, there are also specialized fittings available for specific applications. For example, there are bulkhead fittings, fittings designed to accommodate multiple tubes, as well as fittings with built-in flow control valves for precise control of fluid or air flow.

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Push In Fitting
Push In Fitting
Push In Fitting

Seal Material

When it comes to selecting seal materials for stainless push in fittings, it’s important to consider factors such as chemical compatibility, temperature resistance, and overall performance. The seal materials play a critical role in ensuring a reliable and leak-free connection between the fittings and the tubing.

Our stainless steel push to connect fittings are fitted with Viton seals. Viton is a brand of synthetic rubber known for its excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals, high temperatures, and extreme environments. It is a type of fluoroelastomer, which means it contains fluorine atoms in its molecular structure.

Some of the advantages and characteristics of Viton are:

Chemical Resistance: Viton exhibits exceptional resistance to a wide variety of chemicals, including acids, fuels, oils, solvents, and many corrosive substances. This makes it an ideal material for applications where exposure to aggressive chemicals is common.

Temperature Resistance: Viton can withstand high temperatures, typically ranging from -25°C to 200°C or even higher, depending on the specific grade and formulation. It retains its flexibility and sealing properties at both low and high temperatures.

Excellent Compression Set Resistance: Viton maintains its shape and elasticity over time, even when subjected to repeated compression and decompression. This characteristic is crucial for gaskets and seals that need to maintain a reliable seal over extended periods.

Weather and UV Resistance: Viton is resistant to weathering, ozone, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This makes it suitable for outdoor applications where exposure to sunlight and environmental conditions is a concern.

Low Gas Permeability: Viton has low gas permeability, making it an excellent choice for sealing applications where preventing the escape or ingress of gases or fluids is critical.

Flexibility: Viton remains flexible over a wide temperature range, allowing it to adapt to various sealing and gasketing applications.

Longevity: Viton seals and gaskets are known for their durability and long service life, reducing maintenance and replacement costs.