Reducers

 

Concentric

Concentric reducers share the same centreline and are used when joining pipe or fittings with different outside diameters. A range of SDR ratings are able on request, however as a standard they are stocked and supplied as either SDR17 or SDR11

 

Standard reducers are supplied as butt weld length unless stated otherwise.  

 

 All fittings are manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 4129:2008 and is made from extruded pipe manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 4130:2009 or

 

Eccentric

 

An eccentric reducer is a fitting used between two pipes of different diameters. They are used where the diameter of the pipe on the upstream side of the fitting (i.e. where flow is coming from) is larger than the downstream side. Normally made to suit SDR17 or SDR11 pipe work, they can however be supplied in a full range of SDR ratings. 

 

Standard reducers are supplied as butt weld length however long legged is available for use when being electrofused into a pipeline.

 

All fittings are manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 4129:2008 and is made from extruded pipe manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 4130:2009

 

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