SharkBite plumbing fittings and pipe are manufactured in Australia in Reliance Worldwide Corporation’s state of the art facilities. Stringent quality control and advanced manufacturing procedures guarantee product satisfaction.
Manufactured by Reliance Worldwide Corporation (RWC)— a global provider of water control systems and plumbing solutions for domestic, commercial and industrial applications. Reliance Worldwide Corporation (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. is headquartered in Brisbane, and has nationwide presence with operations in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. From the popular SharkBite® Push-To-Connect Connection System to the advanced line of RMC water control valves, RWC develops, assembles and delivers trusted plumbing solutions to businesses and households across Australia through these product lines and more.
Established in 1949, RWC has grown to become a world leader in water control, measurement, infrastructure, products and services, supplying hot water systems to manufacturers, plumbing distributors, government bodies, and other major industries. Our Australian-based NATA-accredited laboratory certifies final products prior to production and conducts ongoing performance and destructive testing. Accredited by Standards Australia to AS NZS ISO 9001 – 2008, all manufactured products are subject to a comprehensive quality assurance system, encompassing design, manufacturing and testing to ensure that every RWC product is a trusted plumbing solution for years to come.
- Why Sharkbite?Whether you need to repair a broken pipe or plumb an entire house, SharkBite fittings are Australia’s best push-fit solution for leak-free results.
- QualitySharkBite quality means setting standards and achieving certifications that outperform everyone else in the industry.
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All SharkBite plumbing solutions products are manufactured and sold by Reliance Worldwide Corporation (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., and are...
Warranty in addition to Australian Consumer Law in relation to RWC products sold in Australia Subject to conditions outlined in this...