- Sizes 1-1/2" to 18"
- Certified to CSA B602
- Listed to ULC 102.2/10
- An alternative to solvent welding
Certified to CSA B602 and listed to CAN/ULC S102.2 our MJ Grey Mechanical Couplings are available in 1-1/2" to 18" configurations for System 15 or System XFR. On large diameter joints, mechanical couplings are a great alternative to solvent welding when working in cold weather conditions, from heights in a scissor lift or bucket.
Relief is also available when you need to make an installation adjustment as our MJ Grey’s can be adjusted in-field as required.
1-1/2" to 18" (38mm - 457mm)
Drain Waste and Vent Piping in:
- Above ground or underground
- Used with System 15 and or System XFR
- Faster installation of DWV pipe in sizes 1-1/2" to 18"
Stainless Steel Band with Rubber Sleeve
Colour coded grey to match the pipe
Certified to CSA B602
Listed to ULC 102.2/10
For the Flame Spread Rating / Smoke Developed Classification limits of 25/50
MJ GREY COUPLINGS
MJ Grey couplings are a mechanical joint assembly suitable for use on IPEX System 15 or System XFR DWV piping. These couplings come in a range of sizes from 1-1/2" to 18" in diameter. They are designed specifically for PVC pipe and are certified to CSA B602, as well as listed to ULC 102.2/10, while exhibiting a flame/smoke development rating of 25/50.
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