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The barred tee block versus the standard tee

You may not readily see the difference between a barred tee and a standard tee piece. Yet, both pieces have a different function and this has everything to do with pigging, the technical cleaning of your piping system. The barred tee is derived from the standard tee piece, but the barred tee can direct the pig (the prop that floats through your piping system) in the right direction, since the connections of the barred tee block the prop. You buy the barred tee for your project at and the specialists know all about this handy attachment. They can provide you with all kinds of tips and advice to purchase the best attachment for your piping system.

Cunifer: copper, nickel and iron come together

Do you want to know what Cunifer stands for? The specialists at would love to tell you. It is an alloy of copper (Cu), nickel (Ni) and iron (Fer). These pipes are especially useful in maritime applications because they have a high corrosion protection and can therefore cope with the seawater environment. Especially in saltwater systems, a lot of corrosion occurs and algae and other creatures grow on the pipes. With a cunifer pipe, this is not the case, as they repel this. They are without a doubt the best pipes for maritime applications and you can get them at Not sure which one you need? Then our specialists will be happy to help you make the right choice. They understand that their wide range can be overwhelming for you if you are looking for one specific piece.

Don’t hesitate and ask for advice

Purchasing these technical products can be difficult as there are so many different types of fittings. Don’t hesitate to ask for advice and help. They will help you choose the right products for your piping system. They believe that it is of the utmost importance that their customers can see all the details of their products at a glance, so that they can efficiently purchase exactly what they need.