I thoroughly researched the PEX back in 2007 before I took the plunge
on a PEX re-pipe.
I even discussed it privately with Ed.
I chose Wirsbo / Uponor... expansion method with ProPEX brass
I got all my stuff (including awesome copper / brass homerun
manifolds) from http://www.pexsupply.com/
Awesome service, great pricing & great selection. I figured I'd go
with a company that sells a LOT of material.
My buddy & I subsequently re-piped his ex-wife's house.
Every thing worked..no problems, no leaks. It's been about 5 years.
Oh IIRC PEX-a,b or c relates to the method used to "cross-link" the
On Saturday, June 1, 2013 11:16:22 PM UTC-4, Steve Barker wrote:
s the way to go. > But the inside diameter of 3/4" galvanized is about the
ever. -- Steve Barker remove the "not" from my address to email
After you take out a second mortgage to pay for the copper. As the only ot
her wise person I saw on this chain said, poly is the way to go. Tough and
cheap. Use barbed fittings and hose clamps at the ends.
is the way to go. > But the inside diameter of 3/4" galvanized is about th
e > same as 1" PEX. suggestion? Yes, put in soft copper. 3/4" and be done f
orever. -- Steve Barker remove the "not" from my address to email
y other wise person I saw on this chain said, poly is the way to go. Tou
gh and cheap. Use barbed fittings and hose clamps at the ends.
Thank you! I was getting lonely. I proposed poly a couple times
and until now, no reaction. The OP is hell bent on PEX. For what he
spent on the PEX tool alone, he could have bought the roll of 1" poly.
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