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Viega Rolled Red Pex Tubing 1000'

SKU: 11636
Minimum Length: 1000 ft

$850.00/rl

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About the Viega 32100

Viega Rolled Red Pex Tubing 1000'. PEX is part of the water supply piping system and has several advantages over metal pipe (copper, iron, lead) and plastic pipe (PVC, CPVC, ABS) systems. Some of those advantages are; It is flexible, resistant to scale and chlorine, doesn't corrode or develop pinholes, quicker installation than metal or rigid plastic, and has fewer connections and fittings. The standard method for connecting PEX pipe to brass PEX fittings is to use a copper crimp ring and a PEX crimping tool. The copper crimp ring is inserted over the pipe, the fitting is inserted inside the pipe, and the copper ring is crimped over the pipe and fitting using the PEX crimping tool. Once the ring has been crimped properly, the tool can be removed and you'll have a all but perfect sealed pipe and fitting. This Viega Rolled Red Pex Tubing features 1000 feet of tubing, that's more than enough tubing for multiple runs throughout the job.

Product Details

Product: Rolls
Manufacturer: Viega
Material: PEX
Use: Water
Size:
Color: Red
Connection Type: Crimped
Mpn # 32100
Weight 41,300.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • Polyethylene material provides durability
  • For use where systems will not exceed 200 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Maximum working pressure of 200 PSI

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