Gray PPR Reduce Socket

Product Name: IFAN Gray PPR Reduce Socket
Size: 20-110mm
Pressure: PN25
Package: IFAN OPP Bag+ Carton
Sample: Free Sample
Delivery: 15 Days

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The Versatile Role of Gray PPR Reduce Sockets in Pipeline Networks

The seamless flow of oils, gases, chemicals, and water relies on robust pipeline networks. An essential component in constructing reliable piping systems are reduced sockets that allow secure connections between pipes of different diameters. Gray PPR (polypropylene random) reduce sockets have become a top choice of pipeline engineers due to their durability, sealing performance, and installation ease.IFAN factory has 30+ years of manufacturing experience supporting color/size customization and free samples. Welcome to consult for catalog and free samples. This is our Facebook Website:


What are PPR Reduce Sockets?

A PPR reduced socket fitting consists of a PPR plastic body with a larger female socket on one end and a smaller male spigot on the other. It enables the transition from a larger to smaller pipe size while providing a leak-proof joint.

Benefits of Gray PPR Reduce Sockets

Gray PPR reduced sockets provide the following advantages:

  • Excellent Sealing – The molded lip seal ensures a tight connection between the socket and the spigot.
  • Corrosion Resistance – PPR plastic withstands a wide range of chemicals and temperatures.
  • Thermal Stability – Can handle temperature fluctuations between -15°C to 95°C.
  • High Strength – Ductile PPR material resists impacts and abrasion.
  • Lightweight – Easy to handle and install compared to metal reducers.
  • Compact Size – Space-saving design ideal for congested piping.
  • Flexible Installation – Rotating nut simplifies alignment in tight areas.
  • Cost-Effective – A fraction of the price of expensive alloy reducers.

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Key Applications in Pipelines

Owing to their versatility, gray PPR reduce sockets fulfill several critical functions:

  • Pipe Diameter Changes – Reduce or increase pipe sizes based on flow and pressure requirements.
  • Equipment Connections – Link pipes to equipment having different diameters.
  • Branch Lines – Downsize main header pipes to smaller branch pipeline sizes.
  • Inline Reductions – Gradual diameter reduction to prevent pressure drops.
  • Temporary Connections – For maintenance bypass lines or temporary flexible hose links.
  • Drainage/Venting – Secure transitions from large to small drain or vent lines.
  • Material Transitions – Connect PPR plastic to other materials like steel, copper, etc.

With the capability to reliably join disparate pipe sizes while withstanding pipeline conditions, gray PPR reduces sockets will continue to be an indispensable component. Their sealing performance, corrosion resistance, and installation flexibility make them a versatile solution for achieving efficient and failure-proof fluid transport.


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