Thanks. I'm pretty good at soldering so I'll look for the adapter that can be soldered into either a 3/4 inch elbow or a female solder end that can slide over a 3/4 inch copper pipe.You need an adapter of some sort. Either a copper/brass wirsbo barbed fitting type deal that can be soldered onto the copper, or some type of adapters to go from male pipe thread on one, and female pipe thread on the other. If you aren't good at soldering, a threaded sharkbite fitting on the copper end could work, or propress if you have access to a propress tool, or perhaps some type of compression fitting.
A soldered copper by pex adapter made by uponor would probably be the best answer, but you do have other choices.
I've attached a photo of what I need since I'm having a hard time finding it. It looks like 3/4 inch brass hat gets soldered onto the male end of a 45 degree elbow. Not sure why a short piece of 3/4 inch copper pipe wouldn't also work.....
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Looks like this may be what I need but the barbed end was throwing me off. Looks like the Wirsbo gets expanded over the barbed end using the expander tool.
No, but in your first post you said you were dealing with 3/4 pex and 3/4 copper.I have another dilemma. Since the PEX A is expanded over the fittings will 3/4 inch fittings work for 5/8" PEX A?
I was thinking they used 3/4 inch for my heating but upon closer inspection it's 5/8". I ordered the correct fittings that reduce the "street 45" from 3/4" to 5/8" and the correct size adapters and 90 degree elbows. I'll have everything I need in a few days once it's delivered.No, but in your first post you said you were dealing with 3/4 pex and 3/4 copper.
If you are going from one size to another, you will need some type of reducing fittings.