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PEX vs Copper

PEX vs Copper

bloger 21/06/2016 2
Plumbing problems are a frequent area of concern for many people. The main reason for this concern is a lack of knowledge about the types of plumbing ...
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Difference between PEX and PB (Polybutylene) pipes

Difference between PEX and PB (Polybutylene) pipes

bloger 21/06/2016 1
Installing piping in homes requires ample knowledge, in order to avoid future plumbing problems. Today, copper pipes have been successfully replaced b...
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Top 10 PEX Brands

Top 10 PEX Brands

bloger 20/06/2016 1
Cross linked polyethylene, or commonly know as PEX has been on the public market for almost half a century. Each year the PEX industry grows more vast...
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PEX Pipe Markings

PEX Pipe Markings

bloger 20/06/2016 3
All PEX pipe is manufactured with its design specifications listed directly on the pipe. These specifications are listed to explain the pipe’s many st...
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HOW TO CALCULATE WATER VOLUME IN PEX TUBING AND COPPER PIPE

HOW TO CALCULATE WATER VOLUME IN PEX TUBING AND COPPER PIPE

bloger 14/06/2016 0
In order to attain a properly working system of any kind, certain calculations must be done to uphold the volume of water inside of the system. When i...
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Types of PEX Tubing Connections

Types of PEX Tubing Connections

bloger 20/06/2016 0
Cross-linked polyethylene pipe or more commonly referred to as PEX tubing is now the typical option for potable and hydronic radiant heating systems. ...
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What is Water Hammer and Why is it Important That You Prevent it?

What is Water Hammer and Why is it Important That You Prevent it?

bloger 20/06/2016 1
What is Water Hammer and Why is it Important That You Prevent it?Talking to customers for more than forty three years, has taught me that it isn’t eno...
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Four Tips to Prevent Common PEX Tubing Problems

Four Tips to Prevent Common PEX Tubing Problems

bloger 21/06/2016 0
PEX tubing is easier and faster to install than most other types of plumbing pipe, which makes it a popular choice for beginning plumbers. However, if...
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PEX vs. CPVC

PEX vs. CPVC

bloger 20/06/2016 0
There will always be an ongoing debate between the two most popular polymers in the plumbing industry. They have both been used for numerous decades, ...
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Differences Between Oxygen Barrier And Non-Barrier PEX Tubing

Differences Between Oxygen Barrier And Non-Barrier PEX Tubing

bloger 20/06/2016 0
The world of plumbing has got the consumer always questioning one important detail, Oxygen Barrier or Non-Barrier. Setting up a radiant heating system...
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40 facts about PEX (Cross-linked Polyethylene)

40 facts about PEX (Cross-linked Polyethylene)

bloger 21/06/2016 0
Fact 1: PEX was invented in 1968 by German inventor, Dr. Thomas Engel.Fact 2: PEX was introduced to the European market in 1972 with the Engel-method....
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PEX Pipe Pressure Ratings

PEX Pipe Pressure Ratings

bloger 21/06/2016 0
Sizing and Design for PEX plumbing system Note: Few of states plumbing codes require that liquid velocity through system cannot exceed 8 ft/s. This cu...
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How to Connect Copper Pipe to PEX Tubing

How to Connect Copper Pipe to PEX Tubing

bloger 20/06/2016 0
With the annual increase of PEX tubing utilization in domestic plumbing systems consumers are constantly retrofitting their piping systems. Most pipin...
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Types of PEX tubing

Types of PEX tubing

bloger 21/06/2016 0
PEX has proven to be a boon in the plumbing world. It is made from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and requires careful handling and managing. PEX tu...
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How to Work with PEX tubing

How to Work with PEX tubing

bloger 21/06/2016 0
Many plumbers believe that working with PEX tubing is simpler than using copper, PVC, or other common types of pipe. PEX connections don't require sol...
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