Everhot NPB1001 1" x 100 ft PEX Plumbing Pipe, Non-Barrier (Blue)

Everhot NPB1001 1" x 100 ft PEX Plumbing Pipe, Non-Barrier (Blue)

Everhot NPB1001 1" x 100 ft PEX Plumbing Pipe, Non-Barrier (Blue) QR Code
Product Code: NPB1001

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Weight:18.00 lb

Dimensions (L x W x H ): 34.00 x 31.00 x 10.00

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Non-Barrier PEX tubing is designed for usage within everyday hot and cold plumbing applications. It is used for connection of devices which maintain a constant supply of fresh water, and is commonly used for potable water applications. This type of tubing retains it popularity due to its high chlorine resistance, corrosion resistance, and most importantly its standards meeting those of the new lead-free act.

This PEX tubing meets the standard set by ASTM F867/F877/F2023, CSA B137.5 and is certified by the NSF for potable water applications. Pressure ratings for this tubing are as follows: 79PSI @ 200F, 100PSI @ 180F, 160PSI @ 73F. To learn more about these markings, check out our 'PEX pipe markings' article at our 'Learning Center'.
Product Specs
Features:Lead Free
Length (Feet):100
Type:Plumbing Non-Barrier Pipe

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