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Connection Types

For this Moen bathroom product, valves are sold separately. For some products, you may be prompted to select the type of valve to fit your installation requirements. Below is a list of valve connection types to help in your selection.

CC CC is a copper connection. Copper fittings can be attached by melting solder to permanently secure the two pieces of copper to each other.
Compression Compression fittings use a threaded body nut and ferrule to join pieces of pipe together.
CPVC CPVC is a pipe material used where a high functional temperature and resistance to corrosive chemicals are desirable.
Eccentric Eccentric fittings have an offset center line, designed to connect two pieces of pipe that are not in line with each other.
Eccentric IPS Eccentric IPS are threaded fittings, with an offset center line, designed to connect two pieces of pipe that are not in line with each other.
Inlet push-fit connectors Inlet push-fit connections are made simple by pushing the pipe into the connector with a twisting action until it clicks.
IPS IPS is a threaded connection type.
Outlet push-fit Outlet push-fit connections are made simple by pushing the pipe into the connector with a twisting action until it clicks.
Pex PEX is a type of plastic plumbing material which expands to fit over a metal nipple and then slowly returns to its original shape, forming a permanent, water-tight, connection.
Slip fit Slip fit connectors have no threads and are made to "slip" together.
Female thread Female threads are interior, made to receive male threaded pipe fittings.
Male threaded Male threads are exterior, made to screw into the inside of a larger diameter pipe end with internal threading.
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