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Tuesday, May 3rd 2005, 5:23am

by Wet_Boots

"Slip" means glued PVC - these are fittings in the Schedule 40 PVC fittings category. Most Schedule 40 is white, but there might be some grey slip x poly adapters.

Monday, May 2nd 2005, 5:45pm

by sweptwing

Thanks for that. What type of adheasive do you use. Is the adapter grey in color like all of the other poly fittings[?] Thanks again.[:D]

Monday, May 2nd 2005, 2:49pm

by Wet_Boots

get a slip to poly adapter fitting

Monday, May 2nd 2005, 5:31am

by sweptwing

How to connect slip joint valves to poly

What is the correct method to connect slip joint valves to 1" poly piping?