HDPE E/F Equal Tee

HDPE Equal Tee is an electrofusion equal diameter tee fitting used to connect three PE pipe systems of the same size. Its design enables it to divert fluid or gas from one pipe to two different pipes, or merge two pipes into one.

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  • Long term stability
    HDPE Equal Tee has good durability and stability and can operate stably for a long time under different environmental conditions without being affected by external factors.
  • Flexible application
    HDPE Equal Tee is suitable for various application fields and piping systems, and can be used to split or combine fluids or gases to meet different engineering needs.
  • Easy to install
    The installation of HDPE Equal Tee is relatively simple. The use of electrofusion connection technology can quickly and reliably complete the connection process, and has good connection strength and sealing.
  • High strength and impact resistance
    HDPE Equal Tee is made of high-performance PE material, which has high strength and impact resistance, and can withstand certain external forces and pressures, ensuring the stable operation of the pipeline system.
  • Excellent sealing performance
    The connection end of HDPE Equal Tee adopts electrofusion connection technology, which fuses pipes and fittings together through heating to form a strong connection. This connection method has excellent sealing properties and can effectively prevent leaks and leaks.

Application Scope

  • Chemical piping system
  • Water treatment system
  • Agricultural irrigation system
  • Water supply piping system
  • Wastewater treatment system


What is the temperature reference range of HDPE Equal Tee?

HDPE Equal Tee typically operates within a temperature range of -40°C to 60°C. Specific temperature tolerance ranges may vary depending on the type and grade of PE material.

How much pressure can it withstand?

Its pressure tolerance range usually depends on the grade and wall thickness of the PE material used. Generally, they can withstand higher water pressures, such as PN10, PN16 and other pressure levels in common industrial and civil applications.

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