1/2" x 300ft PEX Plumbing Tubing, Non-Barrier (Blue)
300ft roll of 1/2" PEX plumbing tubing (non-barrier PEX tubing) for use in residential plumbing applications.
Manufactured to ASTM F876/F877/F2023 and CSA B137.5 standards, certified for use in potable water applications. Backed by a 25 year manufacturer's warranty. UPC listed by IAPMO.
Pressure ratings: 79psi @ 200F, 100psi @ 180F, 160psi @ 73F
Packing: Box (23" x 23" x 10"), 21.0 lbs;
1/2" PEX plumbing tubing is the most common size for plumbing applications and can be used for fixture hot and cold water supply lines.
Everhot 1/2" PEX Tubing is PEX-B tubing and can be installed using either Crimp type connection system (Crimp Tool, Crimp-style PEX Fittings and Copper Crimp Rings) or Clamp/Cinch type connection system (Clamp Tool, Crimp-style PEX Fittings and Stainless Steel Clamps). Also compatible with Push-Fit connection system (such as SharkBite), Viega Press type system and Compression type PEX fittings.
Viega (ViegaPEX): 32223
Watts (WaterPEX): WPTC08-300B
Zurn (ZurnPEX): Q3PC300XBLUE
1/2" x 300ft PEX Plumbing Tubing, Non-Barrier (Blue) has an average 5 rating out of based on 3 user reviews.
The product is exactly what I needed. Included [...] was a plastic bag with a draw string. This is very helpful for storing the tubing between projects.
Works Great, Great Quality
Used this 1/2" tubing to hookup 6 outside faucets. Used 6 port manifold and ran straight run of tubing to each faucet. Hose worked great. Will be getting more for the rest of my plumbing projects.
fast shipping . have not used it yet.
I am about to re-pipe my 25-year-old home, which has leaks in the copper piping. The it has been recommended that the copper pipes be replaced with PEX. What are the ups and downs of using PEX? Especially since I intend to resell the house in a few years.”
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The main advantages of PEX over copper are flexibility (less elbows and couplings used), much lower price and higher expansion ratio (accommodates temperature & pressure changes in the system). PEX tubing is also much easier and faster to install then copper. As for the disadvantages, PEX has a slightly smaller ID then copper, but this affects the pressure only with really long runs of pipe (~1.5 psi pressure drop for 100ft of 1/2" PEX at 1 GPM flow). Also, unlike copper, PEX tubing cannot be installed outdoors (exposed to sunlight).
Answered on 8/22/2013 by PexUniverse Customer Service