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PEX Fittings

PEX Fittings

bloger 04/27/2018 0
PEX Tubing is quickly gaining in popularity in the plumbing industry. It can be used for several purposes including water distribution and radiant hea...
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Types of PEX Fittings -Video Review

Types of PEX Fittings -Video Review

bloger 04/26/2018 0
Types of PEX FittingsLearn all about the different types of PEX fittings. PEX tubing is an incredibly versatile type of pipe that is quickly gaining i...
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How to Install PEX tubing?

How to Install PEX tubing?

bloger 06/21/2016 0
PEX is basically a supple plastic pipe that is used for hot, cold indoor plumbing and for beaming floor heating. Installing a PEX is not as difficult ...
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Are There Hidden Dangers with PEX Plumbing?

Are There Hidden Dangers with PEX Plumbing?

bloger 06/21/2016 0
PEX or Cross-Linked Polyethylene tubing has become more widely used over the last few years. It is becoming a strong choice for both remodeling projec...
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Strength Comparison of PEX vs. PB Pipes with Increased Temperatures

Strength Comparison of PEX vs. PB Pipes with Increased Temperatures

bloger 06/21/2016 0
Thermoplastics do lose some strength and resistance to pressure as the water temperature increases. For hot water and radiant heating applications, it...
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Difference between PEX and PB (Polybutylene) pipes

Difference between PEX and PB (Polybutylene) pipes

bloger 06/21/2016 2
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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Types of PEX tubing

Types of PEX tubing

bloger 06/21/2016 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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Re-piping Your House: The PEX Solution

Re-piping Your House: The PEX Solution

bloger 06/21/2016 0
Older galvanized steel or copper plumbing is prone to mineral build up that reduces water pressure. Plumbing pipes can also burst during extremely col...
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PEX vs Copper

PEX vs Copper

bloger 06/21/2016 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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Four Tips to Prevent Common PEX Tubing Problems

Four Tips to Prevent Common PEX Tubing Problems

bloger 06/21/2016 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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How to Work with PEX tubing

How to Work with PEX tubing

bloger 06/21/2016 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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PEX Pipe Pressure Ratings

PEX Pipe Pressure Ratings

bloger 06/21/2016 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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Home Fire Sprinkler Systems and PEX Pipe

Home Fire Sprinkler Systems and PEX Pipe

bloger 06/21/2016 0
PEX pipe is approved for use in fire sprinkler systems, under the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 13D code and UL 1821. NFPA 13D covers sp...
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Plumbing Tips for Homeowners

Plumbing Tips for Homeowners

bloger 06/21/2016 0
Usually people are shocked at the aftermath of insignificant leaks in faucets or toilets. Leaks that are hardly noticeable can cost you hundreds of do...
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New Lead-Free Plumbing Law you should know

New Lead-Free Plumbing Law you should know

bloger 06/21/2016 0
On January 4, 2014 Federal Law commanded that the wetted surface of every pipe, fittng, valve, fixture, and fitting sold for or installed in potable w...
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