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With so many pipe sizes to choose from, reference our PVC pipe size guide to get the right supplies for your project.

There are similarities between hydronic heaters and standard electric baseboard heaters: Both look basically the same and are designed to provide either a primary or supplemental heat source for a residence or business.

Push-on hose fittings—also known as push-lock, insta-grip, push-lok, or field-attachable fittings—allow for quick connections to fluid transfer lines. They are common in automotive assembly, packaging and manufacturing facilities, and pneumatic systems.

Intake and exhaust louvers contribute fresh, outdoor air to a building’s circulation while protecting the exhaust opening from water flow and other outdoor elements.

There are several different types of locking clamps and they come in a variety of sizes, but the overall purpose they serve is the same. Similar to locking pliers, locking clamps provide a secure grip to make sure whatever you’re working on stays in place.

Sewer backups can cause costly damage to floors, walls, electric systems, and furniture. And while backflow preventers are required in some areas, protection for your home or business isn’t guaranteed. Backwater valves can provide added protection.

Copper tubing is often used for main water lines and refrigerant lines in HVAC systems because of its anti-corrosive properties. The most common types of copper tubing used in residential and commercial construction include Type K, Type L, and Type M.

Not long ago, wearing a face mask was not a common practice in the U.S. In less than a year, it’s become the norm and the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Like the common handheld drill, drill presses are used to bore holes of various diameters into metal, wood, or other materials. But that’s where the comparisons end.

In those environments where equipment needs to be powered on at all times for safety or productivity reasons, a twist-lock receptacle can be a lifesaver.

Shower valves are the brass parts of your shower fixture located in the wall behind the trim. While these fittings can’t be seen when you step into a tub or shower, they are hugely important because they control the flow of hot and cold water out of the shower head.

Air dampers are metal valves or plates that control the amount of heat or cool air that is distributed within your home or building ductwork.