CPVC tubing and angle stop valve
Last night I discovered that one of our Flow Tite angle stops that supplies water to the toilet was leaking. I would like to change out this type of valve with a brasscraft style 1/4 turn angle shut off valve. That way I can simply change out the flexible hose down the road if it ever fails vs having to replace the valve/house assembly each time.
Is there a problem going from CPVC tubing to a chrome/brass type of fitting?
I dont really want to glue on an attachment to the CPVC if I can help it, and I really dont want to put another flow tite type of quick connect stop valve right back on.
Will a compression type fitting work on CPVC? Do I need to have an insert inside the CPVC in order to prevent cracking/collapse, and if so, should it be brass or plastic?
..suggestions, links to products or videos that solve this problem would be appreciated.
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