A tee, the most common pipe fitting, is used to combine (or divide) fluid flow. It is available with female thread sockets, solvent-weld sockets or opposed solvent-weld sockets and a female-threaded side outlet. Tees can connect pipes of different diameters or change the direction of a pipe run. Available in a variety of materials, sizes and finishes, they are used to transport two-fluid mixtures. Tees may be equal or unequal in size, with equal tees the most common.
Material: Carbon steel: ASTM A234 WPB, WPC, ASTM A420 WPL1, WPL3, WPL6 and WPHY-42/46/52/56/60/65/70 Stainless steel: ASTM A403 WP304/304L, WP316/316/L, WP321, WP347 and WPS31254
Alloy steel: ASTM A234 WP1/WP12/WP11/WP22/WP5/WP7/WP9/WP91 Duplex and super duplex steel: ASTM A815 UNS S31803/S32750/S32760
Pressure: SCH5 to SCH160
Standard: ASME/ANSI B16.9, JIS, DIN, EN, API 5L, etc.
Size range: 1/2 to 72 inches
Types: T, Pipe Tee, LT, Lateral tee , RT, Reducing tee
End Bevel: According to the bevel of welding pipe fittings construction
Surface treatment: Shot blasted, rust-proof black oil