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Grade describes the method in which the PEX tubing was created. Grade A is the highest quality PEX, followed by grade B, and then grade C.
ViegaPEX Tubing is manufactured to ASTM F876/F877 standards and listed to ANSI/NSF Standards 14 and 61. It is chlorine resistance rated for both traditional (CL-TD) and continuous recirculation (CL-R) applications. ViegaPEX Tubing is rated at 100 psi and 180 degrees F and 160 psi at 73 degrees F and is available in red, blue, and white.
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Most Liked Positive Review
The Viegapex is required for the guarantee on the Manabloc, which I also purchased through Supply House. Delivery and processing by Supply House was great on every order.The big thing about this...Read complete review
The Viegapex is required for the guarantee on the Manabloc, which I also purchased through Supply House. Delivery and processing by Supply House was great on every order.The big thing about this tubing is that the big box stores in my area are not up to speed on 3/8 tubing, and in some cases fittings, but I followed recommendations using 3/8 on everything except outside hose bibs and tubs. I have one shower, which is a good 45' from the manifold--over 50 by the time you factor in bends- and water pressure and volume are just fine. Hot water times have gone from 2-3 minutes with the old insulated galvanized to literally 30-40 seconds with the 3/8 pex. It is also slightly easier to work with and fish through walls than the 1/2".I chose the stainless clamps over the copper ones for ease of installation- one tool and ease of removal in case of a screw up. They make a removal tool for the copper ones down to 1/2 inch- but none for 3/8, which you could grind off. Don't get me wrong, the stainless take patience but you can get them off. Screwdriver in the crimp to work it apart or a strong hand and tin snips snapping off the crimp will do it.I bought a ratcheting tool for the clamps and did 3/4 supply, 1/2 and 3/8 clamps with ease. If you have an old Harley, I'm thinking this tool will work on the oil line fittings too- they look identical.One mistake I made was thinking the 3/8 would not be enough volume- I also ordered 30 1/2 fittings for the Manabloc to replace the 3/8 I ordered with the Manabloc if needed. A bag of six would have done what I needed- two tubs, two hose bibs and washer and laundry sink. The last two would probably have been fine with 3/8 but I ran out and wanted to complete the job so went to Home Depot and bought one each 100 foot rolls of red and blue. By the way- if you're like me you will forget to order some items- I would recommend HD for extra pex as they carry Sharkbite, which are made by Cash Acme- a US and Australian company. Lowes has all Chinese fittings--except for the hose bibs- which are reversed- Lowes has US and HD Chinese.I started my plumbing project with pex from galvanized about 10 months ago- but due to time restraints due to other projects,initially installed the Manablock, then ran two 1/2 lines from it back into my old trunk and branch system to keep the water on as I worked on one section at a time, only shutting the water down long enough to separate and plug the section I was going to hit. When the weather turned bad- really bad, I really hit the plumbing and finished it up in a few weeks due to continues interruptions with other emergencies.Another tip I have is not to be afraid to use connectors. The idea is no break from manifold to fixture, but if you have none behind walls, that is the main concern. I did supplemental shutoffs on every line--sinks and toilets were shutoffs and connectors to the fixture, but showers and hose bibs I did in line half turn shutoffs, and this made me realize that either you trust the connections or you don't, and if you don't maybe you should take another route. My last long runs to a sink were 10' short, so I did connectors in the basement, and the hot water goes blue at the end to lessen waste ( No 100' roll just for 10')OK, a little long for a critique on tubing, but thought I'd combine my critique of pex in general since my project is finished woith not a leak- knock on wood!The worst part of this was getting the old galvanized out- the pex was actually fun- if you let yourself have fun when doing home repair.Have fun and you can do this. No plumber will go hungry, do-it-yourselfers are a thinning breed in this country- unfortunately!
Most Liked Negative Review
not enough fittings
The tubing is great, but there are not nearly enough 3/8 fittings. I used 3/8 tubing for all my sink fixtures in order to save hot water and I'm extremely happy with...Read complete review
The tubing is great, but there are not nearly enough 3/8 fittings. I used 3/8 tubing for all my sink fixtures in order to save hot water and I'm extremely happy with the result. However, if I had known how many headaches would be caused by the lack of fitting options, including finding appropriate crimper tools, I would have chosen to use 1/2 tubing on all my fixtures. It's a sad state of affairs, which the suppliers can fix if they choose to do so.
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from New Bedford MA
Comments about 1/2" Blue ViegaPEX (300 ft. coil):
Great Company to deal with awesome product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Dayton, Ohio
Comments about 3/8" Blue ViegaPEX (100 ft. coil):
i would buy this product again
from Sugar Grove WV.
Comments about 1/4" White ViegaPEX (100 ft. coil):
Great Product, Fantastic Service
from Mooville, Mo
Comments about 1/2" Blue ViegaPEX (500 ft. coil):
I usually am not one to write reviews-but this time I will make the exception-The prices and the service from PexSupply is far above and beyond any expectations. The few questions I had emailed were promptly answered (almost immediately!). My order was shipped the same day I ordered. It arrived on time, was packed very well and was spot on with quantitys ordered.
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from Gunnison, CO
Comments about 3/8" Red ViegaPEX (100 ft. coil):
Having done the rest of my house with Aquapex, which is a pex-a product, I searched hard to find pex-a in 3/8" with both red and blue colors. I couldn't find any. This is pex-b, and I'm sure there are different properties, but I frankly can't tell the difference. At this size it is pretty flexible in any case. I had no trouble with it. I've never had a crimp connection leak with it or any other pex pipe.
from Waycross, GA
Comments about 1/2" Blue ViegaPEX (100 ft. coil):
Quality pex tubing. This tubing was specified for my manabloc, which is why I used it. Easy to work with and I had no problems.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Important Product - Excellent!
from New Hartford, CT
3/8" PEX tubing is where you'll find one of the greatest benefits of using PEX. Use instead of 1/2" pipe or tubing for faucets and toilets, where the supply at the fixture is typically 3/8" already. Water is saved -- especially hot water -- when you let the water run until the hot/fresh water arrives, because you don't need to empty a whole length of 1/2" tubing to get to the hot/fresh water, and you don't leave a whole length of 1/2" tubing full of hot/fresh water when you're done. The 3/8" tubing also bends more easily than 1/2". Colors of the ViegaPEX are vivid, and it's easier to cut and crimp than larger sizes.The only con is that there are significantly fewer fittings available for 3/8" PEX. This is unfortunate, since 3/8" tubing offers so many other benefits, from comparative ease of installation to preventing waste.I recommend this product. Just make sure you have access to the exact fittings you need for your project.
from Portland, OR
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from West Greenwich, RI
I used this to replace old copper water pipe under my mobile home. Not having to solder replacement pipe was much safer and easier.
Replaced the pipine in a 5th wheel RV. EASY installation. Made easy bends (no need for elbows) "NO LEAKS" at fittings, first time.
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