3/4" x 100ft PEX Plumbing Tubing, Non-Barrier (Red)
100ft roll of 3/4" 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
3/4" non-barrier PEX tubing can be used for residential and light commercial hot/could water plumbing applications.
Everhot 3/4" 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): 32141
Watts (WaterPEX): WPTC12-100R
Zurn (ZurnPEX): Q4PC100XRED
3/4" x 100ft PEX Plumbing Tubing, Non-Barrier (Red) has an average 5 rating out of based on 3 user reviews.
Pex Plumbing 3/4" pipe
I have used pex in the past and found it very easy to use. This new pex pipe is great. The pipe bends into shape with very little efford, and holds that shape. As far as time pex takes haft the time to install compared to other material. Could not without saying something about Pex Univerial, BEST company I have ever work with.
Way to go
Used 3/4 PEX for Tankless install. This is the way to go for DIY'er. Easy to use. Got everything from Pexuniverse. Recommend highly
Can this type of PEX tubing used to hook up baseboard heat
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In most cases, baseboards are installed in a closed loop heating system, which calls for oxygen barrier PEX, since it prevents diffusion of air molecules into water through the pipe walls. Non-barrier PEX offers no protection against oxygen diffusion, and therefore will gradually allow the air to enter the system. If the system has any cast iron components, they will be subjected to a higher rate of corrosion, even with an air elimination device installed. In case of an open-loop heating system, when the same hot water is used both for domestic and space heating purposes, non-barrier PEX can (and should) be used since it's approved for potable water use and the system will be saturated with air anyways.
Answered on 5/26/2015 by PexUniverse Customer Service