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How Te Read A Reducing Tee
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Reducing tees, regardless of their material composition, are always described in the same fashion. To describe a reducing tee, you must first locate the largest size on the run of the tee (1" in the example below). The next size indicated in the description of the reducing tee is the side opposite to that with the largest size on the run of the body (3/4" in the example below). The final size in any description of a reducing tee is the branch side (1/2" in the example below). All together, the tee in the following example would be described as a: 1" x 3/4" x 1/2" reducing tee.

Reducing tees are available in 150# Malleable Iron, 300# Malleable Iron, 125# Cast Iron, 250# Cast Iron, 125# Brass, Copper Pressure, Carbon & Stainless Butt Weld & PVC.

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