4 Way Structural Pipe Connector

The 4 way structural pipe fitting makes it easy to add length or join multiple sections of a pipe structure together. With this connector you can connect three 90 degree angled pipes off of a center support pipe. It is designed to natively fit 3/4" or 1" EMT Conduit which is readily available at your local hardware store. The 1/2" connector variant includes four adapter shims for building with 1/2" EMT Conduit.

*Hardware is included with each connector

EMT Conduit Size

4 Way Connector Overview




The 4 way pipe fitting is made up of three pieces that clamp together with three nuts and bolts. The clamp design allows you to quickly change a connection while building or remove and reuse the connectors in a future project. All of the pieces are designed with a pocket feature that locks the nut into place when tightening, this allows for a one tool assembly no matter which piece the nuts are on. Every connector comes with a pre applied friction band that makes connections even more secure. Add length and structural integrity to your build with this versatile connector. Order the 4 way connector today!

3/4" EMT Connector Dimensions

4 Way Connector Dimensions

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Steven (WI)
All 0.5" fittings do not form strong enough connections

Assembly is also a nightmare, you have to hold 3-4 pipes in alignment at the same time and tighten down 2-3 screws evenly. Regret buying to make my garden structures.

Hi Steven, I am sorry to hear that the parts didn't work in your application. We'd be happy to take the parts back and refund your order. Send me an email at Jake@makerpipe.com and we will get you taken care of. Thanks!

David S. (MI)
Doesn’t Hold Up

We put these up for our garden to build a structural base from which to hang netting for our snap peas. Through the year since we first put these up, they’ve repeatedly fallen over because the pipes would slide out of these connectors. Each time it would fall, I’d come back, try to reassemble and tighten the pipes harder and harder every time. But even still, it kept falling down. This particular connector seems to be the problem child, because we’ve used others from maker pipe with no problems at all. I would think twice before picking up this connector.

Edward S. (NY)
Golf ball practice net

My friend was looking at a golf practice net online, at a cost of $350-400. With 8 connectors, 10 -10' pieces of 3/4" EMT and some construction netting that a sewer contractor
was throwing away we built a 10' wide x 7' high x 5' deep net. Took about 4 hours for two of us to put together with a bag of zip ties. It's not a piece of art, but functions great and saved $200 plus. Simple to use these fittings, used a 5MM hex bit in a Bosch driver to tighten them and that's it.

G.G. (CO)

4-way connector worked like a charm