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ACCOR® Supply Stop Valves | Installation Videos

  • FlowTite® 4ALL® Supply Stop Overview & Installation




    ACCOR® Technology’s FlowTite® system is the industry’s easiest and most-reliable technology in the marketplace today. It is the only valve with two gripper rings securing to PEX pipe, and no additional tools are required.

    The outer diameter of PEX pipe can vary from copper. This adds an extra layer of security. FlowTite® 4ALL® fits PEX, copper and CPVC pipe. ACCOR® also attaches a flexible connector at the factory to make a one-piece product, which removes the potential for leaks.

    In this video, we’re visiting a new construction site with JJ Plumbing to show you how easy it is to install the FlowTite® system. JJ Plumbing uses ACCOR® products in all its homes because of their ease of installation and reliability. Over the past 15 years, JJ Plumbing has installed thousands of the ACCOR® push-fit valves, with no callbacks.

    Everything you need is included in in one package; it just pushes on and saves two-thirds of the time compared to traditional valves.

    This demonstration is for a PEX pipe coming into the cabinet, and we’ll be installing the ACCOR® supply stop for the sink.Each ACCOR® valve contains an escutcheon, a gauge and a marker ring. Once the dishwasher kit was installed, the angle stop is next. The first step is to prep the pipe, making sure it’s clean and free of debris. Then we’re going to slide on the escutcheon until it’s flush with the wall.

    Place the marker ring on the 2-inch stub-out and use the gauge to push it down 1 1/4 inches. This is a great visual marker and also prevents the pipe from moving into the wall. While pushing on the valve, turn clockwise from 9 to 12. You can see the valve isn't stationary, which makes it easy to adjust the position so your connection doesn't kink.
    Then attach a connector to your sink, hand-tighten the nut, and you’re done.

    After installing the valve, pull on the handle to close it, and push to open. This shut-off design is made from a noncorrosive, polymer material, and has no internal parts that can rust or corrode. There are no rubber packings that can stick over time. There’s also no quick release mechanism, so you can’t accidentally knock it off.

    To remove, simply twist counterclockwise and to reinstall, just follow the original instructions.

    This video demonstrates how to install an ACCOR® valve with the patented PUSHON® technology, which saves you time on every job and offers a 10-year residential warranty with labor included.

    Also available from ACCOR® are dishwasher kits for GE and Whirlpool, test caps, ice maker boxes, and repair kits.
  • PUSHON® Supply Stop Overview & Installation




    Leaking under the sink is a common issue. In older homes, one classic problem is the ferrule that doesn’t want to come off. If you try to remove it, you could damage the pipe. You could also open up the wall and cut the pipe, and solder on a new copper stub-out. But then you have to repair the wall, which could be expensive. Attaching a new valve and reusing the old nut and ferrule isn’t recommended either because you’ll risk compromising the system in the long run.

    The solution to this problem is the ACCOR® push-fit valve, which is much easier to install and far more reliable. PUSHON® is the only valve that solves the issue of a stuck-on ferrule, and you can install it right over that old valve’s ferrule without any tools. And it will not leak.

    Brad with JJ Plumbing will demonstrate how to easily install the valve. He’s been using ACCOR® products for 15 years in thousands of homes, with no leaks or callbacks. The valves are lead-free and made in the USA, plus they come with a 10-year residential warranty on parts and labor.

    Each PUSHON® package comes with an escutcheon, a gauge, and a valve with a factory-installed one- piece connector that eliminates leaks.

    First, remove the old escutcheon. You might need some needle-nose pliers or some tin snips to do this part. Make sure the pipe is clean and has no damage. Then push the old nut right back in the wall, take the escutcheon and slide it over the old brass ferrule, until it’s flush with the wall. Push on the gauge and slide it down until it bottoms out. This indicates that there’s enough room on the pipe for a new valve. You want to mark the pipe then. Pushing on the valve, you turn clockwise from 9 to 12 o’clock. And once it’s down to that mark you made, it’s installed. Note the valve isn’t fixed in place yet — that makes it easy for adjusting the position so the connector doesn’t kink. To finish, attach the connector to your sink, hand-tighten the nut, and you’re done.

    After it’s installed, pull on the handle to close it, and just push it to reopen it. If you want to remove it, twist it off counterclockwise. With this design, you can’t accidentally engage a release mechanism. But you can reinstall it anytime by simply following the original instructions.You can install this valve in your bathroom on the sink and toilet. ACCOR® also offers dishwasher kits, pipe repair kits, and test caps, all in a variety of finishes. This system was made for both copper and CPVC pipes. But if you have PEX pipes in your home, you’ll need the FlowTite® 4ALL® system. It can accommodate the varying outer diameter of PEX pipes.

    No matter what kind of pipes you have in your home, ACCOR® valves with their patented PUSHON® technology are the perfect solution. It’s the only valve on the market that’s both reliable and this easy to use.
  • FlowTite® R-SERIES Supply Stop Overview & Installation




    Leaking under the sink is a common issue. In older homes, one classic problem is the ferrule that doesn't want to come off. If you try to remove it, you could damage the pipe. You could also open up the wall and cut the pipe, and solder on a new copper stub-out. But then you have to repair the wall, which could be expensive. Attaching a new valve and reusing the old nut and ferrule isn't recommended either because you'll risk compromising the system in the long run.The solution to this problem is the ACCOR® push-on valve, which is much easier to install and far more reliable. PUSHON® is the only valve that solves the issue of a stuck-on ferrule, and you can install it right over that old valve's ferrule without any tools. And it will not leak.

    Brad with JJ Plumbing will demonstrate how to easily install the valve. He's been using ACCOR® products for 15 years in thousands of homes, with no leaks or callbacks. The valves are lead-free and made in the USA, plus they come with a 10-year residential warranty on parts and labor.

    Each PUSHON® package comes with an escutcheon, a gauge, and a valve with a factory-installed one- piece connector that eliminates leaks.

    First, remove the old escutcheon. You might need some needle-nose pliers or some tin snips to do this part. Make sure the pipe is clean and has no damage. Then push the old nut right back in the wall, take the escutcheon and slide it over the old brass ferrule, until it's flush with the wall. Push on the gauge and slide it down until it bottoms out. This indicates that there's enough room on the pipe for a new valve. You want to mark the pipe then.

    Pushing on the valve, turn clockwise from 9 to 12 o'clock. And once it's down to that mark you made, it's installed. Note that the valve isn't fixed in place yet — that makes it easy for adjusting the position so the connector doesn't kink.

    To finish, attach the connector to your sink, hand-tighten the nut, and you're done.After it's installed, pull on the handle to close it, and simply push it to reopen it. If you want to remove it, twist it off counterclockwise. With this design, you can't accidentally engage a release mechanism. But you can reinstall it anytime by simply following the original instructions.

    You can install this valve in your bathroom on the sink and toilet. ACCOR® also offers dishwasher kits, pipe repair kits, and test caps, all in a variety of finishes.

    This system was made for both copper and CPVC pipes. But if you have PEX pipes in your home, you'll need the FlowTite® 4ALL® system. It can accommodate the varying outer diameter of PEX pipes.

    No matter what kind of pipes you have in your home, ACCOR® valves with their patented PUSHON® technology are the perfect solution. It's the only valve on the market that's both reliable and this easy to use.
  • PUSHON® PEX Supply Stop Overview & Installation




    ACCOR® Technology’s PUSHON® PEX valve is the industry’s easiest and most-reliable push-fit technology in the marketplace today. It is the only valve with two gripper rings securing to PEX pipe, and no additional tools are required.

    The outer diameter of PEX pipe can vary from copper. This adds an additional layer of security. FlowTite® 4ALL® fits PEX, copper and CPVC pipe. ACCOR® also attaches a flexible connector at the factory to make a one-piece product, which removes the potential for leaks.

    In this video, we’re visiting a work site with JJ Plumbing to show you how easy it is to install the ACCOR® supply kit. JJ Plumbing uses ACCOR® products in all its homes because of their ease of installation and reliability. Over the past 15 years, JJ Plumbing has installed thousands of ACCOR® push-fit products, with no callbacks. Everything you need is in one package; it just pushes on and saves two-thirds of the time compared to traditional valves.

    This demonstration is for a PEX pipe coming into the cabinet, and we’ll be installing the ACCOR® stop for the sink.

    Each ACCOR® valve contains an escutcheon, a gauge and a marker ring. Once the dishwasher kit was installed, the angle stop is next. The first step is to prep the pipe, making sure it’s clean and free of debris. Then we’re going to slide on the escutcheon until it’s flush with the wall. Place the marker ring on the 2-inch stub-out and use the gauge to push it down 1 1/4 inches. This is a great visual marker and also prevents the pipe from moving into the wall. While pushing on the valve, turn clockwise from 9 to 12. You can see the valve isn’t stationary, which makes it easy to adjust the position so your connection doesn’t kink.

    Then attach a connector to your sink, hand-tighten the nut, and you’re done. After installing the valve, pull on the handle to close it, and push to open. This shut-off design is made from a noncorrosive, polymer material, and has no internal parts that can rust or corrode. There are no rubber packings that can stick over time. There’s also no quick release mechanism, so you can’t accidentally knock it off. To remove, simply twist counterclockwise and to reinstall, just follow the original instructions.

    This video demonstrates how to install an ACCOR® valve with the patented PUSHON® technology, which saves you time on every job and offers a 10-year residential warranty with labor included. Also available from ACCOR® are dishwasher kits for GE and Whirlpool, test caps, ice maker boxes, and repair kits.
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