Equal tees, which are also known as straight tees, are the same diameter on all 3 sides and their legs are the same length from the centre. We also stock equal tee’s pre-welded with RJT’s or Tri Clovers on them.
Equal Y Tees are the same diameter and leg length from the centre like a standard equal tee, but in a Y shape. There is 90 degrees between the top two branches, and 135 degrees between the bottom and top branches on both sides.
Swept tees are the same as an equal tee, but they have a curved radius for the branch. This reduces flow restriction and allows the fluid to flow smoother than the sharp 90 degree turn in an equal tee.
Pulled tees have the same overall length as an equal tee but the branch is pulled. This means the branch leg length is significantly shorter.
Reducing tees are the same as a pulled tee but the branch reduces in diameter.
The equal cross is technically not a tee as it has 4 ports, but this has 4 equal length legs of the same diameter, at 90 degrees to each other.