PIPE-FIXREPAIR OR ADD-ON KIT:
There's nothing easier! Repair or connect pipes without bending or moving. Cement it and it's fixed! Just cut the pipe to accept Pipe-Fix and cement generously as show below. Force the ends in opposite directions for a solid positive repair.
- Easy to install
- Takes hot or cold fluids up to 140 degrees F. Max
- No seals or O-Rings which can degrade and leak
- Two piece construction, both couplings are designed into our units
- Just add PVC Glue and Extend for a perfect repair every time
- PIPE FIXis a permanent In-Line repair, Strong as the whole system, NOT the weak link
- The telescopic tee is large enough to replace both tee and broken pipe, in most cases
- PIPE FIX is the only unit of it's kind on the market today
Interlock Pip-Fix Repair Coupling Models:
- Interlock INT-1012 - 1/2 in. Coupling
- Interlock INT-1034 - 3/4 in. Coupling
- Interlock INT-1100 - 1 in. Coupling
- Interlock INT-1114 - 1-1/4 in. Coupling
- Interlock INT-1112 - 1-1/2 in. Coupling
- Interlock INT-1200 - 2 in. Coupling
Interlock Pip-Fix Repair or Add-On Tee Models:
- Interlock INT-712 - 1/2 in. Tee with 1/2 in. Slip Riser
- Interlock INT-734 - 3/4 in. Tee with 3/4 in. Slip Riser
- Interlock INT-7100 - 1 in. Tee with 1 in. Slip Riser
- Interlock INT-812 - 1/2 in. Tee with 1/2 in. Threaded Riser
- Interlock INT-834 - 3/4 in. Tee with 1/2 in. Threaded Riser
With Poly, you have enough flex to put a double nipple connector in. If the line does not come together you would need to cut enough out that you can use two double nipple connecters with a new piece of poly in between.
This is a link to the double nipple fitting I am talking about.
I probably don't understand your application but this seems like what you are trying to do.
I replaced it with the CPC-1500 (King Brothers) unit which was much easier to install but compression fittings must be ABSOLUTELY rigid because if it wiggles, the compression fails. Tne irrigation system gets up to about 50# so I am not sure what pool systems require.
Moral of the story, compression fittings are great, easy to install and do not require glue. Again just make sure the pipe is straight and does not wiggle.