In my 35 years experience I have used many fittings. These are many of the fittings I have used. This Fittings page will continue to grow as I have time to post items. These are fittings that I use in my business. With few exceptions I don’t list any products that I don’t use.
The tools to complement these fittings are on the Tools page.
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These links are currently for 1″ fittings unless otherwise noted. If you need a different size then simply click the appropriate fitting link and tweak the listing. Some listings have the various available sizes on a drop down list while others require a tweak of the search within the Amazon search window. I will add more fittings and sizes as I have time. Also be sure to check on the listing whether there is a place to select mulitples of that item such as a pack of 5 or 10. These tend to have better prices per item. I have provided the links for individual item purchasing as a default. Let me know if there are any issues with these links. Thank you.
Spears and Lasco are the best professional grade PVC fittings on the market. Spears is the most commonly sold in the two largest suppliers in North America so it’s what I mostly use.
The nomenclature inside the parentheses are the nicknames (short names) we call them in our industry. A little industry jargon for ya. . . free of charge.
This is the 1″ slip x slip nested coupler. NESTED means that you can insert a 3/4″ nested slip coupler into it AND you can insert THIS nested coupler into an 1-1/4″ nested fitting.
This is a Spears 1″ fitting. It’s most common use is threading it into a 1″ sprinkler valve and glue 3/4″ pipe into it.
This is a Spears 1″ fitting. We don’t call it a slip elbow because they don’t make a threaded version of 45’s so it’s assumed that it’s a slip version.
View Why are these fittings blue? video to learn about Spears EverTUFF fittings listed on this page..
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This link is specifically for the 3/4″ slip fix but the listing page has all sizes listed on it.
This link is specifically for the 1/2″x1/2″x6″ swing arm but the listing page has all sizes listed on it.
This link is specifically for the 1/2″x1/2″x12″ swing arm but the listing page has all sizes listed on it.
This is the solvent that I use in the size container I buy. If you are a DIY’er doing a few repairs then you might want to buy the smaller size listed on this page with the primer. I couldn’t find primer sold by itself on Amazon.
This is the size container I buy of primer. It typically lasts through 2 quarts of glue. If you are a DIY’er doing a few repairs then you might want to buy the smaller size listed on this page in the handy pack.
View All about teflon tape and how to use it video to learn what Sprinkler Pros uses every day.
This is essential for pipe threads. I couldn’t find 3/4″ or 1″ teflon tape on Amazon nor could I find this 1/2″ in singles.
This is the perfect size for the DIY’er with just a few repairs
This versatile cutter gets used alot. Great for drip tubing, pipe, flex pipe (also known as swing pipe or funny pipe), small roots, and opening packages or bags. It has replaceable blades
I’ve used other major brands of pipe cutters and I like this the best. It is solid, sharp, and compact.