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1/2" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

SKU:050-100-W

Brand: Rifeng

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Size: 1/2"
Color: White
Length (Feet): 100'
Material: PEX
Fitting System Compatibility: Crimp/Clamp (HydroPEX)
PEX Compression
Press (Viega)
Push Fit (Sharkbite)
Grade:
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PEX-b
Application: Plumbing
Tubing Type: Non-Oxygen Barrier
Warranty: 25 Years

Description for Rifeng 050-100-W

Rifeng PEX pipe is produced with crosslinked polyethylene. Crosslinking is obtained through a chemical process that increases the bonds between macromolecules to form a more complex structure than the normal polyethylene. Due to the crosslinking, the polyethylene's performance is greatly enhanced and maintains the excellent properties of thermoplastics. Offering excellent corrosion resistance, incredible flexibility and unusual toughness, Rifeng PEX pipe allows for fast and easy installation.

1/2" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

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        Color coding is great

        The hot and cold color coding is great and simplifies installation. Sharkbite T's and connectors allowed me to tie into existing copper for the last couple feet of every run. This saved me tearing...Read complete review

        The hot and cold color coding is great and simplifies installation. Sharkbite T's and connectors allowed me to tie into existing copper for the last couple feet of every run. This saved me tearing out wall board for stub-out in my ranch house as everything was done from the basement. No Shark Bite fitting ever leaked a drop. Tubing is easy to cut with the cutters. Pipe is not simple to work with fishing around beams and corners but it can be worked into most any position. I also used a 1 inch main supply and that was very awkward to wrestle into place.

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        Bought 5 boxes of coiled tubing

        I had to replace 60 year old galvanized pipes in my home and replaced it with pex. There definitely a learning curve using this stuff over the straight legths of tube that can be...Read complete review

        I had to replace 60 year old galvanized pipes in my home and replaced it with pex. There definitely a learning curve using this stuff over the straight legths of tube that can be bought in 10 and 20 foot segments locally. it is important that you try to "unbend" this product prior to placing it in its final resting place or it will pull and make connecting your fittings difficult. The best way to accomplish this was to run the length of the tubing I needed against a studin the opposite direction it was bent. I lost at least 7-8 inches of tube at the ends because it was nearly impossible to get the bend out of the end pieces.
        The pipe itself holds water fantastically and behaves like other pex I have used in the past. The bottom line is.....unless you want to spend significant time unbending this stuff, buy straight lengths. Also if running through joists, drill at least a 1 1/4" hole or it will bind while trying to pull it through.

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        5.0

        top of th line

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        from New York

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              Comments about 1/2" Red PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil):

              just the best

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              5.0

              White pex roll. 100'

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              from Overland Park Kansas

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                    Comments about 1/2" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil):

                    Easy to use

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                    4.0

                    installed easy

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                    from Cincinnati, OH

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                          Comments about 1/2" Blue PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil):

                          Very easy to install... be sure to have a plan on how you are going to unspool it. It will not unspool like romex wire and can become a mess. I mounted it to spool supported between two sawhorses. worked great.

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                          4.0

                          easy to install

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                          from Cincinnati, OH

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                                Comments about 1/2" Red PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil):

                                Very easy to install... be sure to have a plan on how you are going to unspool it. It will not unspool like romex wire and can become a mess. I mounted it to spool supported between two sawhorses. worked great.

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                                5.0

                                So far seems great

                                By legionfrog

                                from md

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                                      Comments about 1/2" Blue PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil):

                                      Seems great so far never used before.

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                                      5.0

                                      high value

                                      By Ethan

                                      from Huntsville, AL

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                                            Comments about 1/2" Red PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil):

                                            good quality, exceptional price

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                                            2.0

                                            3/4 inch pex tubing 100ft COIL

                                            By Jim

                                            from PA

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                                                  Comments about 3/4" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil):

                                                  If I had to do it over agaan I would try to find 3/4 inch in 20 ft straight sections, no matter what you do you just can't get the bends out,extremely difficult and time consuming to work with!!!

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                                                  5.0

                                                  Very good product. Easy to work with

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                                                  from Virginia

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                                                        Comments about 1/2" Red PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil):

                                                        Very easy to work with. I used the crimp tool and band. The 1/2" tube is easier to straighten out than the 3/4"and stayed straight. Good product.

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                                                        5.0

                                                        Very good porduct to work with.

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                                                              Comments about 3/4" Red PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil):

                                                              Its a little stiff when you take it out of the box. It's fairly easy to straighten out but don't expect it to stay perfectly straight.
                                                              Very good product to work with.

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                                                              5.0

                                                              Excellent product, exceeded expectations

                                                              By Dale the private handyman

                                                              from Picayune, MS.

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                                                                    Comments about 3/4" White PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil):

                                                                    When we had to install piping from our new home to well, my father recommended PEX. Did some research; and realized that even if a bit more expensive than PVC, there are many reasons it is completely worth it! First, when you include cost of joints & glues for PVC - price is only minimally more. Second, ease of use; can fit into tight spaces, is as flexible as a rubber hose plus much more durable. Third, can handle extreme temps (our PVC pipes burst with freeze of 17F). Fourth, as no joints, less glue compounds are used; and for me that means less in my water lines.
                                                                    Overall, will DEFINITELY recommend this product & will buy again to install water line for my father's cottage this fall! Thanks dad for recomendation; thank you PEX for easy instalation & worry free use! *^_^*

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                                                                    • 1/2" Red PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil)

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      How well does Pex conduct heat? Used for under floor heating I would guess Pex conducts the heat from the hot water pretty good.
                                                                      If ran around inside a room along the wall base boards will Pex tubing provide decent convection heating itself?

                                                                      If buried in a hot thermal mass such as dirt or clay will Pex conduct heat well to heat the water inside it from the heat in the mass? What about putting a coil of pex into a large tank of hot water, will Pex conduct heat well enough to heat the water inside it?

                                                                      I am building a self designed system for heat and trying to avoid any copper tubing and aluminum or steel, other than some recycled auto radiators I will also be using.
                                                                      Asked on 11/18/2014 by Home built system from South MO

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                                                                        No! There is not enough area to transfer enough heat to realy heat anything. Car radiators maybe.

                                                                        Answered on 11/21/2014 by Ted from New Jersey
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                                                                        See comments in italics below > > Question:> "How well does Pex conduct heat? Used for under floor heating I would guess Pex conducts the heat from the hot water pretty good. Yes if in contact with the thermal mass.> If ran around inside a room along the wall base boards will Pex tubing provide decent convection heating itself? Probably not---even hydronic baseboard radiators have fins to dissipate the heat into the room. The radiators will work with fans if you want to move that much air and the fan noise. Bare Pex run along the baseboard would provide little heat. You might experiment with the aluminum diffusers that clip onto the Pex where you use it for underfloor heating. Again you may not have enough surface area unless you make several loops up the wall. You want a fair amount of mass and water 20 or so degrees hotter than the desired room temp-and once the mass is warm it will transfer heat to the room.> If buried in a hot thermal mass such as dirt or clay will Pex conduct heat well to heat the water inside it from the heat in the mass? Probably, but how hot is the thermal mass? The geothermal heating systems work on small delta T using a heat pump.What about putting a coil of pex into a large tank of hot water, will Pex conduct heat well enough to heat the water inside it? Yes---we used a loop in a Koi pond to keep the fish and water from freezing But again how hot do you want the water? We used a water T stat to turn in on at 45 degrees and off at 50 deg.You can use pex in a driveway for snow removal if you have a hot water source in the winter and reverse it in the summer to heat a pool for example. But to be effective, loop the Pex on 12 inch centers.> I am building a self designed system for heat and trying to avoid any copper tubing and aluminum or steel, other than some recycled auto radiators I will also be using." We experimented with auto radiators in an attic to cool the attic and transfer the heat to a swimming pool. Not certain I would use them if they are soldered (lead) and I suggest boiling and rodding them to make certain they are clean.> Can you answer Home built system's question about this product? > Simply Reply to this email.> 1/2" Red PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil) > Thank you in advance if you are able to answer the question. Your email address will not be shared with this customer or other shoppers. We may post your answer to our site to benefit other shoppers. By replying to this email you agree to the privacy policy (NEW!)). We truly appreciate your business. > Update your preferences. > To unsubscribe from answering questions about all products, click here.

                                                                        Answered on 11/20/2014 by Bill from Walnut Creek CA
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                                                                        Pex is not a good conductor of heat. It could actually be considered an insulator or dielectric material. Copper and Aluminum are conductors which is why all modern radiators are constructed of copper piping with aluminum heating fins.
                                                                        The reason Pex is used in under floor heating systems is due to its competitive pricing, flexibility and corrosion resistance.
                                                                        Regards
                                                                        Wilmer Gingerich

                                                                        Answered on 11/18/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 1" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

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                                                                      Can I use this type of pex to transport the water from my oil boiler to the radiators?
                                                                      Asked on 8/1/2014 by DAVID from Atlas, PA

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                                                                        We would not recommend it. Oxygen barrier PEX is normally needed with radiators in order to prevent corrosion of ferrous metal components in closed systems.

                                                                        Answered on 8/4/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
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                                                                        I assume your heating system is closed and would be damaged by oxygen in the water. This PEX does not have an oxygen barrier, so no, don't use it. If your system is open and rated for potable water, then you should be fine (depending on the pressure and temp of the water).

                                                                        Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        Team wrote:
                                                                        As I recall, PEX is PEX, regardless of color, so the material should be rated for common hot water temperatures. I believe that higher temperatures stress PEX by lowering its burst pressure, and perhaps accelerating aging, e.g., cooking the plastic to a point of failure for brittleness. I was concerned about melting. I think the melt point is such that, e.g., if the boiler ran amuck and made steam, the line would burst from pressure before melting. That might be a distinction without a useful difference. If codes are an issue, they might require red coloring for hot water lines, or other colors depending on the purpose of the line. Codes or not, ensure that you have ample pressure relief safety systems. At least, there should be one or more pressure relief valves on the boiler's hot water outlet piping. Steam explosions can be nasty. PEX should be safer in that regard, assuming it burst before copper or steel. But I'd rather suffer a pressure release at a relief
                                                                        valve than have to replace a burst line, e.g., in some inconvenient place.

                                                                        Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        Yes you can. It will work fine, but I'd recommend using the red and blue so you have the lines color coded.

                                                                        Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        Check temperature rating of water from boiler and if it exceeds 180 degrees do not use PEX.
                                                                        Wilmer Gingerich

                                                                        Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 1" Blue PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

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                                                                      can this be used in an outside in ground application?
                                                                      Asked on 8/1/2014 by Cinder from Washington State

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                                                                        I put mine inside of green sewer PVC and it has been no problem for 3 years
                                                                        now
                                                                        going to my outdoor wood boiler (cold water supply). visit www.eternaltest

                                                                        Answered on 8/3/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        I have used it above ground for a sprinkler system for the garden. No issues
                                                                        so far. If it is not the main supply line to the house I would use it. If
                                                                        it is for supply with city water i would use copper. If for a well, go for
                                                                        it.

                                                                        Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        Absolutely. It is code in many places. If you are concerned, just call
                                                                        your inspector or local code enforcement.

                                                                        Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 3/4" Blue PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

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                                                                      Are your PEX tubings lead free?
                                                                      Asked on 7/2/2014 by Richard from United States

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                                                                        PEX tubing contains no lead. Most PEX fittings are now also lead-free.

                                                                        Answered on 7/31/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
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                                                                        Actually Supply House should answer this----they should have the specs on the tubing. The real question should be are the connectors lead free? I think the sharkbite fittings have to be but I would question any others---especially if made in china.
                                                                        B---7/3/2014

                                                                        Answered on 7/3/2014 by Bill from Walnut Creek CA
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                                                                        I am nearly certain there is no lead in any PEX tubing.

                                                                        Answered on 7/2/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 1/2" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

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                                                                      I have a out door water line for my hose. can I use this tubing to hook up my water line.will it freeze in winter.
                                                                      Asked on 5/9/2014 by jim from depew new york

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                                                                        i had used the white color inside the house in place of red as it wa not
                                                                        available at that time. there is no difference in strength or flexibilty of
                                                                        red blue or white. i would not put it exposed to harsh winter as it will
                                                                        crack and freeze

                                                                        Answered on 5/13/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        PEX has better freeze resistance than rigid pipe (copper, galvanized, etc.), but it can still burst if water freezes inside of it. As a result, we would always recommend burying PEX below the frost line if at all possible. Also keep in mind that PEX is not UV-resistant and prolonged exposure to sunlight can cause PEX to become brittle and develop holes. Rifeng PEX only rated for three to four weeks of UV exposure.

                                                                        Answered on 5/12/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
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                                                                        Should work OK but since it is a plastic, I suggest painting it to keep the UV rays off of it just as you paint the exposed PVC piping.
                                                                        Re freezing---yes if it gets cold enough---your question should be will it fail if frozen (split) and I think it probably will. Get a couple of feet and two sharkbite end caps and fill it completely with water and freeze it in your freezer as a test. Or turn it off and drain it in the winter or bury it below your frost line. A temperature controlled "dribble valve" may also keep it from freezing solid but waste water.

                                                                        Answered on 5/10/2014 by Bill from Walnut Creek CA
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                                                                        They say 1/2 inch pex can freeze an expand 10 times I've never tried it. I would use it but blow it out or use anti freeze.

                                                                        Answered on 5/9/2014 by Ted from New Jersey
                                                                    • 1/2" Blue PEX Tubing (1,000 ft Coil)

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                                                                      I am replacing the old rusting galvanized lines in my house. Because the way the house is set-up, I will be bringing the hot and cold water supply lines to the kitchen from the OUTSIDE of the house from the attic and down along the outside of the exterior wall. I have drilled holes through the brick exterior wall already and will sleeve the 1/2" PEX in 3/4# PVC pipe through the brick. Since the PEX is thinner than the PVC, my question is what caulking or sealant can I use between the two to keep bugs out? I think I read somewhere that petroleum-based sealants should not come into contact with PEX.
                                                                      Asked on 4/2/2014 by Paul

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                                                                        Hi Fellow Pex user,
                                                                        I did my house under similar conditions and replaced the old copper pipes
                                                                        and some galvanised pipes 3 years ago.
                                                                        I would recommend using the silicone 100 percent caulking everywhere
                                                                        they are rated for non shrinkage and extreme climate and would not affect
                                                                        pvc or pex lines. Do not hesitate to use the manifold supplier as that was
                                                                        a big help and neat.

                                                                        Answered on 4/5/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        A one part urethane such as Sonneborn NP1.
                                                                        Regards
                                                                        Wilmer Gingerich

                                                                        Answered on 4/2/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                                        I read the same thing about the sealant, I pexed my hole house & tightly
                                                                        packed wall insulation in around the holes ,, hope this helps. Gary

                                                                        Answered on 4/2/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 3/4" Blue PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      can I use pex for air line in my shop, compress puts out about 160psi hi temp in this area is around 100degrees + or -, what r the pressure ratings of pex for air
                                                                      Asked on 3/21/2014 by bighead from central PA

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                                                                        We would not recommend it. Rifeng PEX is not rated or approved for use with compressed air.

                                                                        Answered on 4/15/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
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                                                                        PEX is not rated for high enough pressures to be used for air lines. Air lines should be of a metallic composition for safety. Stainless Steel or Copper is best for air lines unless you want to use a proprietary system. This allows all fittings to be brazed (copper) or Tig welded (ss) which makes for excellent system expansion for the future. The proprietary systems are also great for expansion purposes.
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                                                                        Answered on 3/22/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 1/2" White PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil)

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      Which pex product is best for outdoor use? Specifically, outdoor showers at a beach house? Will fittings corrode etc.? Exposure to UV?
                                                                      Asked on 3/6/2014 by Duke

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                                                                        Having owned a house on the beach it is safe to say everything will corrode However if you use Sharkbite brass fittings this problem is minimized. Re UV---another problem and I would suggest a coat of paint on the tube where exposed to the sun---good practice for any plastic exposed to the sun. Paint the fittings too for added protection and to hide the lines.
                                                                        I'd run pex to the shower hidden, then use copper for the exposed piping---the natural patena of copper is nice at the beach.

                                                                        Answered on 3/6/2014 by Bill from Walnut Creek CA
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                                                                        All PEX is UV sensitive except for the black colored. The fittings are
                                                                        brass which over time will corrode like any plumbing fittings. A couple of
                                                                        thoughts, use as few fittings as possible (ie large turns vs. 90's), put
                                                                        PEX into a conduit sleeve. Remember PEX can handle freezing which usually
                                                                        outweighs the drawbacks.
                                                                        Andrew

                                                                        Answered on 3/6/2014 by Andrew from Upstate NY
                                                                    • 3/4" Blue PEX Tubing (300 ft Coil)

                                                                      Q:

                                                                      How does this tubing handled below 32degrees or lower ? What is the rating ?
                                                                      Asked on 3/1/2014 by Mig from Peekskill ,NY

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                                                                        Installation of PEX is more challenging at low temperatures because it becomes less flexible to work with and make the connections, but there is no set minimum temperature for installation purposes.

                                                                        Answered on 3/26/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from New York
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                                                                        I’ve installed Wirsbo PEX with the expansion tool at around 10 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s quite stiff and it’s not fun but I had no leaks.
                                                                        Regards
                                                                        Wilmer Gingerich

                                                                        Answered on 3/1/2014 by Anonymous
                                                                    • 3/4" White PEX Tubing (100 ft Coil)

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                                                                      can the same pex pipe used indoors be barried under ground?
                                                                      Asked on 2/13/2014 by none from crossville tn

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                                                                        Yes.
                                                                        Wilmer Gingerich

                                                                        Answered on 2/13/2014 by Anonymous
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