In plumbing, a joint refers to the connection point between two or more pipes, fittings, or fixtures. Joints are crucial components of plumbing systems as they ensure the proper flow of water, gases, or waste without leaks. There are various types of joints used in plumbing, including soldered joints, threaded joints, compression joints, glued joints, and mechanical joints.

Each type of joint is chosen based on the specific requirements of the plumbing system, such as material compatibility, pressure, temperature, and intended application. Proper installation and sealing of joints are essential to prevent leaks, maintain system integrity, and ensure the efficient operation of the plumbing system.

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