2" hePEX - (100 ft. coil) Zoom

2" hePEX - (100 ft. coil)

SKU:A1142000

Brand: Uponor (Wirsbo)

Uponor (Wirsbo)
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Specs

Size: 2"
Length (Feet): 100'
Fitting System Compatibility: Crimp/Clamp (HydroPEX)
Expander (ProPEX)
PEX Compression
Press (Viega)
Push Fit (Sharkbite)
Tubing Type: Oxygen Barrier
Material: PEX
Color: White
Application: Heating
Max Pressure (PSI): 160 psi
Grade:
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PEX-a
Warranty: 25 Year
Standards Met: DIN4726
NSF
Max Temp (F): 200°F
Type: Tubing

Description for Uponor (Wirsbo) A1142000

Wirsbo hePEX is heat-transfer tubing with an EVOH oxygen diffusion barrier. The oxygen diffusion barrier meets the requirements of the German DIN Standard 4726.
Wirsbo hePEX is compatible with both Wirsbo's ProPEX fitting connections and QS-style fittings.
Wirsbo hePEX is manufactured to ASTM F876 and F877, and is designed for closed-loop hydronic heating applications. Wirsbo hePEX tubing is rated and listed by the Hydrostatic Stress Board of PPI at: 200 degrees F at 80 psi, 180 degrees F at 100 psi and 73.4 degrees F at 160 psi.
Note 1: 5/16" hePEX tubing is used for the Wirsbo Quik Trak system.

Note: Wirsbo hePEX tubing, traditionally used in radiant heating applications, became certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for potable water in December 2012. Please read the Approvals document located in the Manuals tab for more information.

What are the Uponor PEX Standards?
Uponor PEX and associated fittings are manufactured to the following standards:

  • ASTM F876 "Standard Specification for Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) Tubing"
  • ASTM F877 "Standard Specification for Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) Plastic Hot and Cold Water Distribution Systems"
  • ASTM F1960 "Standard Specifications for Cold Expansion Fittings with PEX Reinforcing Rings for use with Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) Tubing"
  • ASTM F2080 "Standard Specifications for Cold Expansion Fittings with Metal Compression Sleeves for Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) Tubing"
  • CSA B137.5 Thermoplastic Pressure Piping Compendium
What listings does Wirsbo hePEX tubing have?
  • CSA
  • ICC
  • ITS
  • PPI
  • UL
  • NSF-rfh
  • NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for potable water
What code approvals does Wirsbo hePEX tubing have?
  • IMC
  • UMC
  • IRC
  • NBC of Canada
What fire-rated assemblies does Wirsbo hePEX tubing have?
In the United States:
  • Tested in accordance with ASTM E119/UL 263
  • G573 - Two-hour Hambro floor/ceiling assembly
  • K913 - Two-hour concrete floor/ceiling assembly
  • L557 - One-hour wood frame floor/ceiling assembly
  • U372 - One-hour wood frame wall assembly
  • V444 - One-hour steel stud wall assembly
In Canada:
  • Tested in accordance with CAN/ULC S101
  • G573 - Two-hour Hambro floor/ceiling assembly
  • UW/WA 60-01 - One-hour steel stud wall assembly
  • UW/WA 60-02 - One-hour wood frame wall assembly
  • WC/FCA 60-01 - One-hour wood frame floor/ceiling assembly
  • WC/FCA 120-01 - Two-hour concrete floor/ceiling assembly
  • WC/FCA 120-02 - Two-hour concrete floor/ceiling assembly

PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 68.2 lbs. and may require the use of a
lift gate.
If you do require a lift gate at your delivery, you'll have the option to add this FREE of charge when you checkout.

2" hePEX - (100 ft. coil)

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Uponor (Wirsbo)1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)
 
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Tubing Comes in Plastic vs. Cardboard

I have used this tubing for two projects now for retorfits in my home. One was with joist tracks, and the latest is with warboard in a gut job in a 15' x...Read complete review

I have used this tubing for two projects now for retorfits in my home. One was with joist tracks, and the latest is with warboard in a gut job in a 15' x 17' room.

When I did the joist track retrofit, I had a 300' run that had to be threaded through all the holes that were drilled in the joists....what a PITA. This, combined with the fact that it came in a cardboard box (and my lack of experience), it was very difficult to unwind it and keep it from getting all tangled up. but we got it done. It was a two man job.

The most recent project was very easy, used warmboard. The latest stuff comes plastic wrapped, you pop a hole in the center of the packaging, and it just snakes out and uncoils perfectly. I have a home made uncoiler (lazy susan and some 2 x 4's and vertical dowels), this was a one man job that took less than 30 minutes to install in the warmboard. Great packaging now!!!

I have also used pex-al-pex before....I would not waste your time with it vs. hePEX plus as the ease of working it makes a HUGE difference. I don't know how you could use pex-al-pex on a joist retrofit system with a long run.

There could be benefits to pex-al-pex that I am not aware of, but I won't be using it in the future. Only the hePEX for me. Plus it uses standard PEX fittings, makes it super easy to connect.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

good, but......

Do not try to run multiple 3/4" hePex through a small chaseway by yourself. I just ran 350ft. of hePex in my basement ceiling then into 8 radiators , and it...Read complete review

Do not try to run multiple 3/4" hePex through a small chaseway by yourself. I just ran 350ft. of hePex in my basement ceiling then into 8 radiators , and it was not pleasant. I work in construction, and if someone offered me 3 days of either; pulling 3/4" pex, or pull heavy gauge electrical wire, or doing roofing or pouring foundations, pulling 3/4" pex would be my last choice. This stuff is not your garden hose. Pex is flexible, compared to black iron, or concrete, but this is all relative. But honestly, threaded pipe is easier on your shoulders then pex, not faster mind you, but easier. Would I use this system again? definitely, but with help next time. Actually, I am looking forward to using the 1/2" aquapex to replace the copper in my house (that by myself). That has to be easier. Good luck

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5.0

Buy Here!

By Redland

from Colorado

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" hePEX plus - (500 ft. coil):

Product is perfect for our parking lot de-icing system. Durable and easy to install. The ordering and shipping were at a great price and very fast.

 
5.0

Wersbo HePex is the only way to go!!!I

By Vinny

from Prescott, AZ

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil):

I used the 3/4" HePex for supply and return runs for an in-floor heat job no the second floor of an 11,000 sq. ft. house with a boiler on the first floor and one on the second floor. I pulled the pex through the floor trusses by meself. The longest run was 120' supply and 120'return with 6 zones upstairs. The only way it will go well is to use the Pex uncoiler also by Uponor/Wirsbo. If you use all HePex then you can use cast iron circulators, flanges and steel expansion tanks.

 
5.0

Great quality PEX at a Competitive Price

By RustyVT

from Vermont

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil):

I've used this for both heating connections in my house and as radiant tubing in a slab. In both cases, a pleasure to use and much better quality than other similarly priced products available from the local supply house. Takes a fitting well, is more flexible, and while it's only happened once, a joy to heat back to normal in the event of a kink. We also used this tubing in an office building about 12 years ago, and we've never had any problems with it. I use stainless clamps on brass fittings.

 
4.0

Hard work for manual tool.

By Farmerdiyer

from Terre Haute, IN

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1" hePEX plus - (100 ft. coil):

I researched heavily on the most durable and versatile pex. I decided pex A was the best pex being able to use all fitting types, inability to bust when freezing, and the ability to spin fitting after connecting them. The only bad thing about this product is that with a manual tool it is a big work out to expand to proper diameter and is very fatiguing if you are making multiple connections without a break. If you have a good budget I recommend the mechanical expander otherwise start lifting weights to get stronger!

 
5.0

Always a great product

By Infinity

from CT

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil):

Uponor is not the cheapest PEX but definitely our preferred brand. Used this hePEX in a radiant system with zero issues.

 
5.0

Made right

By Bricky

from Portland pa.

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" hePEX plus - (100 ft. coil):

Product is great you can maintain your i.d. so as not to reduce water flow which in turn will preserve your circulator pump and increase heat distribution. Also it's clear enough that you can see air in the lines.

 
5.0

perfect

By warmlifefantasy

from manchester,tn

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil):

Installer stated very strong product no worries.

 
5.0

My first choice for PEX

By Jim

from Northwest NJ

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1/2" hePEX plus - (100 ft. coil):

Long ago My choice was Embasey or Wirsbro pex. Can no longer fing Enbasey pex. Went to Wirsbro brought manual tool did one job and said never again. Switched to pex that I could use crimp rings on. I was given the millwalkee 12 volt expander tool and with the stop rings it a no brainer. so easy and so much neater. I prefer the white tubing instead of the colors that way your install won't stand out so much. As time passes the white turns to grey and blends in even better. Pex is not that easy to work with but with the 12 volt expander tool its not that bad - Buy one, your first house will pay for it ! I only wish they would come out with sweat to pex 90% I keep asking but nothing yet

 
5.0

HePex great for radiant systenms

By Marmot

from Longmont Co

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil):

Radiant floor with Radiant Trac for bathroom comfort

 
5.0

What a difference

By Plan B

from Detroit Michigan

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5/16" hePEX plus - (250 ft. coil):

I moved into a foreclosed house 3 years ago, which had baseboard heat and the great room had only one wall of register. That first winter we were never able to get the room over 65 deg. The next fall I installed radiant floor heat in that room and that
Winter it was the most comfortable room in the house. Since then I have converted the rest of the house. Very pleased with the product.

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  • 5/16" hePEX plus - (1000 ft. coil)

    Q:

    can hepex be used in an open end heating system where shower and cooking water are drawn from the radient heating system???
    Asked on 3/20/2015 by cliff from central ny

    1 answer

  • 5/8" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)

    Q:

    can this be imbedded in concrete?
    Asked on 8/27/2014 by mike from OHIO

    1 answer

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes you can.
      Follow the recommendations for entry and exit out of the concrete.
      Basically it needs a sleeve for movement at those points.

      Answered on 8/28/2014 by Anonymous
  • 1/2" hePEX plus - (1000 ft. coil)

    Q:

    Can someone tell me if tubing is marked with running foot length?
    Asked on 5/28/2014 by John

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Mine was numbered sequentially every 3'
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 6/7/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Good Day,
      Yes it is - but be careful they rub off when you pull them.

      Answered on 5/29/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      yes

      Answered on 5/28/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Tubing i have in stock made in 2013 and have no running foot marking. Only type and all technical information. Thanks

      Answered on 5/28/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes it is.

      Answered on 5/28/2014 by RockHillJR from New Mexico
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes marked about every 3 feet
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 5/28/2014 by Anonymous
  • 1/2" hePEX plus - (100 ft. coil)

    Q:

    is hepex acceptable to use for potable water supply
    Asked on 3/20/2014 by jk

    1 answer

  • 3/4" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)

    Q:

    Can this be used in conjunction with Rifeng crimp fittings and stainless steel crimps
    Asked on 2/3/2014 by joss from long island

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Yes, hePEX is compatible with crimp-style PEX fittings (including Rifeng ones).

      Answered on 2/27/2014 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 1" hePEX plus - (100 ft. coil)

    Q:

    I am installing a 70 k boiler .Is using 1 inch hepex for my main supply and return run to and from the header (approx 25 feet away) acceptable.This is a typical hot water heat install.thankyou for your response
    Asked on 11/6/2013 by none from colorado

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I need to know how many zones will be tied into the 1" what size piping is
      on each zone and how many feet of heat on each zone. Then I can answer your
      question.
      Regards

      Answered on 11/7/2013 by The Helper from Mid NY State
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It will probably work. however you will most likely need a reducer to 3/4" to get into the heater itself depending on what the unit you are running to looks like (ie: wall mounted radiator, baseboards, etc.) I WOULD absolutely consult a professional HVAC company for advice before you purchase this item or begin your work. For me, they were nice enough to help me come up with a plan give me a supply list, then I did most of the labor intensive work (running lines, hanging boards, etc.) then they came in at the end, added the circulator pump and made all the final connections. It was a great way to save money. Hope this helps.

      Answered on 11/7/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I personally feel that 1 inch would probably be too small for that long of a run(25'). I don't know any details about your setup so this would be my best guess. What size fittings do you have on the boiler? Or what is the max size pipe you could go on the boiler?

      Answered on 11/7/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The 1" HePEX should be OK, but it is not very flexible. It sags a lot when filled with hot water so be sure to support it at all right angle bends and every 24" on straight runs.

      Answered on 11/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      While the 70kbtu you chose will do 7gpm a minute and the 1"hePex will do 8
      gpm. Is this your secondary loop and or are you looking to feed any zone
      branches?

      Answered on 11/6/2013 by I.E.G from Pa
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, 1" should work fine. I have a similar set-up and have no issues.

      Answered on 11/6/2013 by Anonymous
  • 3/4" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)

    Q:

    I'm remodelling my basement and need to relocate the piping for my first floor hydronic baseboard heat (which is located in the basement ceiling). I have used PEX to replace all of my hot/cold water plumbing and would prefer to replace the existing 3/4 copper piping for my heating system with PEX as well. I have two questions:
    1) Is the 'hePEX plus' suitable for this application and if not what should I use?
    2) Can I use Sharkbite press-on connectors with this tubing?
    Asked on 8/5/2013 by Kev

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have used hePex but I would not use Shark Bite fittings.

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes you can use hePex plus for heating applications. Just double check the sizes of the hepex vs. the copper because the way they size them is different.. I did most of my hydronic heating loop with this several years ago and no problems. I cannot help you with the sharkbite part of your question as I did not use that type of fitting.
      Sent from my Toaster Oven

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes to both questions. Any pex to be used in a hydronic system must contain an oxygen barrier. Make sure to use a stiffner with any quick connect fitting in pex

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      why replace the copper? the amount of expansion contraction with heating is a lot and copper is very good at this
       
      Frank Hyder
      www.frankhyder.com

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      3/4" hePEX should be suitable for this application base on its size and the fact that it has an oxygen barrier. hePEX is compatible with all types of standard PEX fittings (including SharkBites), in addition to expansion-style fittings.

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I do not recommend use any plastic tubing for baseboard hydronic heating because working temperature may be up to
      208F. This temperature make Uponor tubing very flexible and soft. If plastic tubing must be used allow space for expansion and retraction , no sharp edge against tubing, plastic clips hold tubing every 12". I never use press on connectors on Uponor tubing but if Your fittings design to use on cross linked polyethylene(PEX) tubing You may use them. Uponor made superior quality PEX tubing. Thanks

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Pex is used as a heat source for in the floor radiant heat. Check on line for radiant heat-pex.

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Anonymous
  • 1" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)

    Q:

    I need to replace my water supply from main meter to house. What pex tubing would I use to put under ground as a supply line?
    Asked on 5/21/2013 by Carolyn from Palmdale, CA

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      From a web search:
      "Pex is okay for direct burial, but most people sleeve it in some CPVC for ease of maintenance if the need ever arises. If not sleeved, it needs to be buried in soft dirt or sand, no rocks in direct contact/etc.
      Where are you located? 36" is fine in parts of the US, but in the north the frost line in many areas is 48" and so water lines are typically buried about 6' down. You could very well be in an area with 36", just not sure"
      My personal preference is 160 psi polyethelene black pipe, which is rated for direct burial.
      Pete Henderson

      Answered on 5/22/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Small house (1 full bath) need 1/2 Aqapex tubing, average house need 3/4 Aquapex tubing, modern two levels house with 3 + bathrooms need 1" Aquapex tubing, modern house with 3,4,5 bath plus sprinkler system need 1 1/4" Aquapex tubing. Hepex can not be used for potable, only for closed boiler systems. If Your house need longer then 100' line You can use larger tubing size. You can use black polyethylene tubing with 160 PSI pressure rating to save money. Thanks

      Answered on 5/22/2013 by Anonymous
  • 1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)

    Q:

    can i use standard viega pex press fittings on wirsbo hepex
    Asked on 7/15/2012 by tom from sc

    3 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Yes, you can.

      Answered on 7/19/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      There's nothing stopping you from physically doing so, but if it were me I wouldn't. I would bet that using anything but propex fittings would invalidate your warranty. Also, I don't know if the outer diameter of the two are the same - since the fittings for HePex go inside the Pex, the O.D. could very well be different from that of the Viega Pex. I would personally stick with one vendor for both the fittings and Pex. 
       
       

      Answered on 7/16/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have and have had no trouble with them

      Answered on 7/18/2012 by Anonymous
  • 1/2" hePEX plus - (300 ft. coil)

    Q:

    What is UV exposure time frame for this product?
    Asked on 6/26/2012 by toolie from owosso,mi.

    5 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It seems 30 days is the stated maximum exposure to UV before the Uponor warrantee is invalidated.
      Check out the following link - it is basically the same question asked on the Uponor website - answered by a "PEX expert".
      https://www.uponorpro.com/Extranet%20Home/ProTalk/Forum/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=238
      Obviously, less exposure is better and none is best, but figure on some exposure during delivery, etc. Don't leave it outisde uncovered for any length of time.
      Chris

      Answered on 6/26/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Roughly 30 days...after this time it tends to begin the breakdown process

      Answered on 6/26/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      This product is not designed for UV exposure. Protect from exposure to sunlight!
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 6/26/2012 by Anonymous
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      PEX starts to break down after 30-60 days of exposure to sunlight, but we would recommend keeping exposure as minimal as possible.

      Answered on 6/27/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      a few weeks, but not long term
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 6/29/2012 by Anonymous
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