Slip Couplers, Joiners & Reducers

As a leading manufacturing in Australia for almost 20years, we have developed extensive manufacturing capabilities to suit an array of onsite requirements which we can customise solutions for. Standard items include PVC-PVC, PVC-PE, PE-PE fittings both as joiners & reducers/adaptors. We also have experience customising fittings to suit out of the ordinary challenges presented from existing pipe networks i.e; creating an adaptor to suit existing asbestos pipe to connect to new PVC installation.

Slip Couplers

Slip Couplers/Couplings are a short piece of oversized PVC conduit that is used as a sleeve over damaged conduit to repair it. They are available in, LD & HD Electrical, MD & HD Communications, NBN & Telstra conduit types. All of our slips are made from solid wall PVC conduit, and is expanded to be slightly bigger than the OD of existing conduit so that it can easily slide over it. In some instances, slip couplings can also be used for the same purpose as a joiner.

Joiners & Reducers

Joiners & Reducers PVC-PVC

PVC-PVC Joiners (otherwise known as adaptors) are used to join two spigot ends of PVC conduit together. They can be used to join two of the same size conduits or two different size conduits (these are called reducers). They are available in, LD & HD Electrical, MD & HD Communications, NBN & Telstra conduit types. All our joiners are made from solid wall PVC conduit and is a straight piece of conduit with both ends socketed. In some instances when joining different size conduits, several joiners may be required to achieve the desired reduction.

Joiners & Reducers PVC – PE & PE-PE

PVC-PE Joiners are used to join one spigot end of PVC conduit to a spigot end of PE Conduit. PE-PE Joiners are used to join two spigot ends of PE conduit together. These joiners are available in LD & HD Electrical, MD & HD Communications, NBN & Telstra conduit types. All our joiners are made from solid wall PVC and is a straight piece of conduit with both ends socketed to suit the respective conduits/pipe. In some instances when using joiners to significantly reduce the conduit size, several joiners may be required to achieve the desired reduction.