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Devote less time to pipe repairs with these new fittings

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Viega

Viega

New MegaPress stainless-steel press fittings (photo) can reduce the time required to make pipe repairs compared to other pipe joining systems, reducing downtime and the potential for losses in revenue. According to the manufacturer, MegaPress fittings enable secure connections in 7 s or less, reducing installation time by up to 60% compared to welding or threading. Designed for Iron Pipe Size (IPS) stainless steel, the fittings are equipped with the patented Smart Connect feature, which allows installers and maintenance personnel to easily identify unpressed connections during pressure testing. — Viega LLC, Broomfield, Colo.

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