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18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

SKU:CRIS-36183

Brand: Viega

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Specs

Application: Plumbing
Loop Size: 1/2"
Type: MANABLOC Package
Outlet Type: PEX
Number of Outlets: 18
Number of Outlets (Cold): 10
Number of Outlets (Hot): 8
Tubing Compatibility: PEX
Fitting System Compatibility: PEX Compression
Manifold Compatibility: Manabloc
Inlet Type: PEX Crimp
Inlet Size: 3/4"
Supply Connection: Crimp
Loop Connection: PEX Compression

Description for Viega CRIS-36183

This Convenient Viega MANABLOC Plumbing Package Includes the Following:

NOTE: Image depicts 14 Port MANABLOC

**Important**
  • The MANABLOC plumbing system carries a maximum pressure/temperature rating of 100 psi @ 180°F. Excessive pressure to the MANABLOC will cause leaks.
  • Do not allow chemicals such as PVC glues or solder flux to come into contact with the MANABLOC. They will compromise the integrity of the MANABLOC and cause leaks.
  • Please consult the MANABLOC install instructions for a more comprehensive list of chemical materials that will cause harm to the MANABLOC plumbing system.

18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

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5.0

Easy Installation. Convenient Device.

By Alex the French-Canadian

from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

Installation was very easy following the step by step procedure found in the very details handbook supplied with the MANABLOC. I recommend this header for home run PEX system.

 
5.0

breeze to install, easy to use!

By James the Landlord

from New Jersey

Verified Buyer

Comments about 24 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

I was a bit hesitant to order the manifold alone, but once I realized I could order an entire kit for the installation, I quickly moved on it. It arrived quicker than I expected. I spent a few minutes breezing through the installation manual and with some pre-planning (about 30 minutes of picking locations and routes), I was able to run new PEX lines and connect them to the manifold for a 3 unit apartment building in a single day, by myself!

 
5.0

Great Product

By JD

from Covington, IN

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

We used this product to house all pex lines for each house hold item. It is very easy to install and setup.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great way to plumb a house

By Jim

from Punxsutawney, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

We're renovating a 160 year old house. As part of the renovation we are replacing all of the plumbing. After a lot of research we decided to use PEX with a manifold instead of running regular main and branch lines with shut-offs at the appliances. The Manabloc was fairly easy to install and works really well. I HIGHLY recommend reading the instructions that come with the Manabloc. It clearly states how to mount it and connect the supply and distribution lines. I purchased the special wrench (SKU: 50631) needed to tighten the distribution lines. BUY IT. It's great to be able to manage the water system the same way the electrical system is managed. Who would want a breaker at each appliance? Make sure you get the right number of supply adapters. I thought the "Manabloc Package" came with all three but it only had two.

 
5.0

Great Product!

By Amlyck

from Ohio

Verified Buyer

Comments about 24 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

This is a great product!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Manabloc installation

By Endless Reno-man

from Table Grove, IL

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

After extensive research on the best means of installing 21st century plumbing in a 100 year old post and beam style house, the best solution is the Manabloc and Pex system. The easy install of the Manabloc and the ease of running supply lines is the only way to go around the construction of this style of house. So far, this has been the easiest part of my renovation. The instruction booklet is a must read, I even installed a Hot water loop, as described in the instructions. The wrench is a must, really keeps the connection in proper alignment without the risk of mis-threading.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great product but

By english renovator in canada

from saskatchewan canada

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

very easy to install even with the limited instructions, the manifold seems to be very well designed and built and makes for a very profesional look ,very easy and convenient to use and ads a sense of caring home owner to your property
only thing i am not overly impressed with is even after installing the system with a larger diameter supply line it didn't increasing the volume of water or adjust the pressure as much as i had hoped for that said it makes everything a lot tidier and more practical with everything having dedicated lines

 
5.0

Great package and items

By m21518

from kansas

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

Only thing that I noticed. It have a 10 years warranty for the product.

 
4.0

Manabloc

By Buzz

from San Angelo, TX

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

Very easy to install and gives you total control of your plumbing from one location.

 
5.0

Super Fantastic !

By AllenT

from Boston, MA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 30 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply):

This product is fantastic. I purchased a similar product from a major retailer online - it came damaged and missing parts - after a 2 week disaster i found pexsupply.com. [...] was able to keep the job rolling. Highly recommend this site for all pex products - great experience for me.

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  • 24 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    Can the 1/2" ports be reduced to 3/8"?
    Asked on 4/8/2014 by Dan from Boulder CO

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      All Manabloc outlet ports have the same threading except for 3/8" compression ports. As a result, the threads on a 1/2" compression Manabloc could be reduced to 3/8" crimp (with 46624 adapters) or 3/8" PEX press (with part 96101), but not to 3/8" compression.

      Answered on 4/18/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
  • 24 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    what do u use for a door to cover the box to keep kids out. Do it come with a box
    Asked on 7/31/2013 by cheri from west columbia sc

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No it does not come with a box.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/31/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Install the unit in a utility closet

      Answered on 8/1/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      There is no door, you can hide the key and they should not be able to turn it off.

      Answered on 8/1/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I put mine in 1st floor hallway and Milan too unit piano hinge to a picture or a bulletin board to cover. I mounted to plywood between two studs. These I set at 24 inches to give me a little more space and thus the entire unit is recessed
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/31/2013 by Anonymous
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      A:

      I put mine in 1st floor hallway and Milan too unit piano hinge to a picture or a bulletin board to cover. I mounted to plywood between two studs. These I set at 24 inches to give me a little more space and thus the entire unit is recessed
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 8/1/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Cheri,
      This product does not come with a cover or box at all.  Someone would have to build an enclosure if that is what you desire.
      Felisha

      Answered on 8/1/2013 by Anonymous
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Manablocs do not come with any covers, but Viega offers covers that can be used in recessed installations (see part 50730).

      Answered on 8/2/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 24 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    I currently am using the 24 port manabloc in my home with a 3/4" supply line and 3/4" lines for the hot water heater and then 1/2" lines for everything else. When I am trying to water the lawn my water pressure to the hose drops significantly if a faucet inside is turned on. Would a 1" supply line fix this or do I need 3/4" lines running to the outside water faucet?
    Asked on 6/9/2013 by Kent

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      If you are tapping off the same line for both pressure can drop in that line.
      Increasing hose size will not increase pressure all fittings are set for 3/4 " input and 1/2" output you would have the same issue regardless.
      Check your water supply water pressure, if low that's your problem. My county is responsible for supplying a minimum of 10psi at any given time.
      Pressure is better in the summer than the winter when the county supply drops the pressure.

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You have two questions here: how to best feed exterior faucets and how to accommodate the pressure drop when running those exterior faucets.
      1. The solution I adopted was to tie into the ¾ line feeding the manabloc with a t-coupling to feed the outside faucets without going through the manabloc. (This is after any pressure tank and before any water softener!) A shutoff and drain can also be installed in the diverted line to aid in winterization, if needed. I also used ¾ inch lines to the faucets.
      2. If you have a well pump, you will need to increase the pump low pressure setting. See your pump controller instructions. If using city water source, you need to check to see if the pressure regulator can be adjusted. Have a qualified plumber or the city water department do this part as you likely do not own this equipment.
      As always, when increasing the system pressure, check all connections for leaks. Increased pressure may result in leaks not present at lower pressure..

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Try tying in the sillcock line at the main water line - just above water
      meter - not from the manifold.
      Also, the sillcock/line must be 3/4".
      -Jim Prior-

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I think that would all depend on the size of the mains supply to your home , if the mains line into your home from the street is only 3/4 then running 3/4 lines around your home would serve to increase volume only and not pressure , i have the same set up in my house as you have with 1/2 lines and i have some pressure drop when running the washing machine and say the shower together , this is normal and unless you install a pump system you will not overcome this . my suggestion here would be to contact your water provider and see what they can do about increasing mains pressure to your home .

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      A half inch line by code I think can only supply two fixtures. A 3/4 can
      supply a house. While it is possible you've got too many fixtures on the
      half inch line going to your hose-bib, my experience is that this is caused
      by low water pressure and/or a pressure regulator issue. The pressure
      regulator is usually a cone shaped brass valve with a nut on top located
      right where the water comes into the house. Sometimes they need to be
      adjusted, cleaned or rebuilt due to mineral deposits. Try checking your
      static pressure first. I think that should be 50-70 psi.

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Try connecting the outside hose closer to the ¾ supply. That may help.
      Most likely you only have ¾ coming into the house so a larger size would not
      correct that.
      Also you could check your pressure coming into the house as well.

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Usually 3/4 branch lines are used up until time to run faucet outside then 1/2 is used. 3/4 might help and with pex it is easy.

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Anonymous
  • 30 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    The manual says to use a Manabloc port wrench to tighten the compression connectors, but none came with the package and I can't find any reference to one for purchase.
    Asked on 10/8/2012 by Vaiden

    8 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I had the same question and since no wrenches were offered for sale, I
      assumed everyone used regular wrenches and that is what I did. I was
      careful not to over tighten the compression connectors and have not had
      any problems.
      Don

      Answered on 10/8/2012 by Anonymous
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      A:

      I can't remember any port wrench, I ended up using a strap wrench and it
      worked great. It can get into the tight space without stripping out the
      plastic connector. ~ Chris

      Answered on 10/8/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The wrench just makes it easier. It's possible to use channel locks to tighten the nuts you just have to maneuver them a bit and its slower. The indication is still the same, simply make sure the white portion of the support extends to the tips of the little lugs on the nut.

      Answered on 10/8/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You have to purchase a wrench seperately. It is well worth the purchase
      since the nuts are close to one another on the Manabloc. You can purchase a
      wrench by going to www.pexsupply.com

      Answered on 10/8/2012 by Anonymous
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      A:

      I did not receive a wrench either. i don;t know if one is suppose to be included in the kit. Just use the appropraite size "normal" wrench.

      Answered on 10/9/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      All I used was a pair of channel locks, just remember not to tighten to tight, these are plastic and with the hardware provided it doesnt take much to tighten. Also you can always tighten them more after turning on.

      Answered on 10/9/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Follow the link below
      http://www.pexsupply.com/Viega-50631-Manabloc-Wrench-For-Compression-Lock-in-Nuts-8049000-p
      if it doesn't work search for Viega 50631 MANABLOC Wrench for Compression Lock-In Nuts

      Answered on 10/9/2012 by Anonymous
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      The wrench is part 50631. It is not required to tighten compression MANABLOC fittings, but we would recommend it to make installation easier.

      Answered on 10/23/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    When ordering a kit either the crimp supply or compression do the fittings for the distribution lines come with? Also if I were to go with the compression supply are there any crimps in the system or just all nuts? Thanks
    Asked on 9/27/2012 by jim from philadelphia, PA

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Everything you need to install the manabloc comes in the kit , i went for the compression system and am very very happy with it , it was very easy to install and the instructions are clear and precise then only addition to this kit was the special wrench which i purchased at the same time and it was very affordable , the crimp system is also a very good system but once the fittings are crimped in place the only way you can remove them is to cut them off . all in all i would recomend these systems and this company to anyone , hope this helps . Phil

      Answered on 9/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The fittings to attach the supply lines to the manifold come with the compression. It is only the parts to make the manifold work. After your supply leaves the manifold you have to make any other connections with one of the approved methods for running pex. In the system I did in my house I used crimp rings for all my joints.

      Answered on 9/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes the fittings do come with it. Also with compression it is just nuts. I
      placed on in my new construction home and went with the compression
      fittings and it went in easy and looks nice.

      Answered on 9/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I used compression on this end and crimps on the remote side of the lines.
      Make sure you purchase the special wrench I think $12 or so if you use the
      compression. I felt this was very easy to install
      I had 25 runs over 500 feet of tubing and not one leak at test.
      I would recommend the crimp tool that also removes crimps a few dollars more
      but I will come in handy as 3 I had to remove the hard way.
      I hope this helps
      Mark

      Answered on 9/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The brass crimp units were for the supply lines (cold and hot from heater).
      All of the other distribution lines were compression nuts with parts (hot
      and cold). The other brass unit is a cap used in flushing the Manabloc if
      needed.

      Answered on 9/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes the fittings are included. All nuts, to answer your second question
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 9/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      With either the crimp or compression, all of the distribution fittings are included (as in the picture below). I used the crimp supply because I had the crimp tool. With the compression supply you would get the compression nuts for the supply line, not the crimp ones in the picture.

      Answered on 9/28/2012 by Anonymous
  • 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    If i purchase the crimp supply what kind of fittings would i have to use/purchase? I was plaining on everything being a homerun from the manabloc to fixture whould i even need fittings and should there be additional shut-offs inline?
    Asked on 9/26/2012 by Jim from Philadelphia, PA

    5 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      With a crimp manifold you will need no fittings other than the termination at each individual fixture. That can be pex swivel connectors directly to the fixtures or mor commonly a copper stub out followed by a service stop and supply tube. Connecting to the fixtures directly is fine but can be cumbersome and doesn't always look very nice in a finished area where lines are exposed.

      Answered on 9/26/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      When I set mine up (same setup as you are referring to), I made sure to
      have a shut-off before the block for the hot and cold (faster when
      shutting off all water to the house or when servicing the block) and
      only other tools or fittings I needed was a crimp tool for the supply
      lines and crimp rings.
      One other note, the compression fittings on the block are great, but
      leak if they're not tight enough. Since the fittings themselves are
      plastic and space is tight on the block, I used a strap wrench to
      tighten the fittings and I have had not issues.
      ~ Chris

      Answered on 9/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Everything on the manifold is complete. Yes you will need fittings even if you try to homerun the pex, the pex rolls are great but dont look good when bent to much, this is were 90's and 45's come in handy. Also fittings need to be attached to the fixtures to be able to except the pex, either sharkbite or sweat on fittings work great. You do not need extra shut offs, but in my opinion you can never have enough, if you want to work on a faucet you might not want to walk to were the manifold is, again never enough. Hope this helps

      Answered on 9/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      THE STANDARD FITTINGS TO USE ARE ¾" FOR INPUT SUPLY ½" FOR OUTPUT RUNS. USE BRASS FITTINGS WHERE REQUIRED, PLAN YOUR RUNS BEFORE YOU START.
      PERSONALLY I RAN THE LINES TO A SPECIFIC ROOM AND BRANCHED OFF FOR THE DIFFERENT APPLIANCES. FOR INSTANCE COLD SUPPLY FOR THE TOILET, SINK AND SHOWER FROM ONE LINE.
      THE BRANCHES REQUIRED 2 TEE FITTINGS. I ALSO USED LOCAL SHUTOFF VALVES FOR EACH APPLIANCE. EASIER THAN RUNNING BACK TO THE VALVE BODY TO SHUT THE LINE..
      ALSO KEEP IN MIND TO BACK PRESSURE TEST YOUR SYSTEM BEFORE GOING LIVE, I PUSHED 80 PSI OF AIR PRESSURE THROUGH THE LINES AND CHECKED FOR AIR LEAKS, THEN I RAN WATER THROUGH THE SYSTEM ONE LINE AT A TIME. I RAN THE WATER TEST PARALLEL TO THE ORIGNAL PLUMBING.
      MAKE SURE YOU ORDER THE STOP CAPS FOR THE MANIBLOCK VALVE BODY, I FOUND OUT THE HARD WAY THAT THEY WEREN'T INCLUDED.
      ALSO CHECK THE VALVE BODY'S O-RINGS BEFORE INSTALLATION AND HAVE EXTRA ON HAND JUST IN CASE, TWO OF THE PORT'S O-RINGS WENT BAD AND I HAD TO REPLACE.
      YOU CAN GET REPLACEMENT RINGS AT HOME DEPOT. I USED THE COPPER CRIMP RINGS AT ALL LOCATOINS AND HAD NO LEAK PROBLEMS, GIVE YOURSELF ENOUGH SPACE TO USE THE CRIMP TOOL AND MAKE SURE YOU BUY A GOOD TOOL. LOWES SELLS A VERY GOOD ONE FOR ABOUT $45.00 IN NY.

      Answered on 9/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Crimp supply fittings must be connected to 3/4" or 1" PEX with crimp rings and a crimping tool. If you plan to use a compression MANABLOC because you don't have any PEX tools, we would recommend that you get threaded (NPT) supply adapters.

      Answered on 10/5/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 30 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    I live in central Calif. and want to install the manifold in my attic. The outdoor temp. can get to 26 degrees. Could there be an issue with the manifold freezing?
    Asked on 8/14/2012 by larryt52 from Visalia, CA

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I'm by no means an expert on pex plumbing, but we did have to consider the
      issue of freezing when we had our hundred-year-old Texas farm house
      converted to a pex system. Even though the winter temperatures here in
      South Central Texas are relatively mild, occasionally there is a deep
      freeze. The pex tubes can take a freeze, but the metal and hard plastic
      fittings may not be able to swell like the pex tubes can. I used bends
      instead of elbows wherever possible in places likely to freeze. Where
      elbows, reducers and such were necessary I tried to locate them in protected
      areas. In my case, I had an easily accessible central location in the
      kitchen under the kitchen sink. Even if your attic is heated, you may want
      to consider the issue of accessibility. What will you do if you need to
      turn off the water supply to some part of the house? One of the beautiful
      things about the pex manifold is that if someone is working on the shower
      upstairs I can easily cut the water off to just that part of the house.
      The same is true if you have a leak somewhere. The three major issues I
      considered about manifold location were 1) Protection from freezuing 2)
      Accessibility and 3) A location central to the places where water was
      needed.

      Answered on 8/14/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      There could be, but highly unlikely unless the temp was sustained for a long period of time, if just for a few nights probable not. Also pex usually wont break if it freezes that is the good thing about it, it takes temperatures well. If you are still worried make a box around it and put insulation around it. The attic does however seem like a different spot due to the fact most people installing them want cnstant access to the manifold to control water shut off and on.  Hope this helps and good luck, it worked great for me.

      Answered on 8/15/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, the manifold can freeze and this is not recommended. The plastic
      can crack. We drain our system if we are away and there is a chance the
      heat will be off.
      If the attic is insulated and stays above freezing, you'd probably be OK
      but I think I'd find a heated location for it.
      Don

      Answered on 8/15/2012 by Anonymous
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      A:

      If water freezes in the MANABLOC (or in the tubing) freeze damage is a possibility.

      Answered on 8/23/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 30 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    Can this manifold be used with the Apollo brand Pex tubing?
    Asked on 7/14/2012 by Mike from VA

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Yes, it can.

      Answered on 7/16/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 18 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    Are the port valves rebuildable?
    Asked on 6/25/2012 by Steamer from Las Vegas, NV

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      MANABLOC valves can be replaced. The part number for the replacement valves is 50602. Keep in mind that Vanguard-style MANABLOCs (made prior to 2004) may require different valves.

      Answered on 6/26/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 14 Port Compression MANABLOC Package (Crimp Supply)

    Q:

    I have a 21 year old compression manifold which is leaking. It is 12 port- 6 in and 6 out, supply and return are 3/4" copper.
    Pex lines are 1/2", have inside reinforcement and outside nut for compression. What replacement manifold should I use?
    Thanks.
    Asked on 1/8/2012 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      We would recommend the 36144.

      Answered on 1/12/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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