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PIPE PEX STICK WHT 1/4IN X 5FT Conbraco APPW512 Apollo PIPE PEX A 1/2IN X 5FT WHITE
Apollo Valves Pipe, Nominal Size: 1/4 in, 5 ft L, Barb Connection, 160 psi, Temperature Rating: 200 deg F, Polyethylene, White Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. PEX-A tubing is cross-linked, high-density polyethylene. All Apollo? Expansion PEX is opaque in color and ensures easy identification of hot, cold and main water lines through different colored print lines. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe is produced using the high-pressure peroxide method for crosslinked polyethylene (PEXa) in accordance with ASTM F876, F877, CSA B137.5 and PPI TR-3 and is certified to NSF 14/61 standards. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe also meets the requirements of ASTM F2023 for chlorine resistance. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe is manufactured using a quality management system which has been certified to the latest version of ISO 9001. Use of Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe in heating systems requires corrosion protection and/or isolation by using a heat exchanger or non-ferrous components throughout the system.
Conbraco APPW1012 Apollo Conbraco APPW534 Apollo Flair-It 16050 Flexpex Pex Tubing
Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. Cross-link polyethylene tubing rated SDR9 PEX-a B137.5 potable. NSF listed. ASTM F876/F877 standard. 160 psi at 73.4 deg F, 100 psi at 180 deg, 80 psi at 200 deg. With blue markings. Bar coded.
Flair-It 16051 Flexpex Conbraco APPW1034 Apollo PIPE PEX A 3/4IN X 5FT WHITE
Cross-link polyethylene tubing rated SDR9 PEX-a B137.5 Potable. NSF Listed. ASTM F876/F877. 160 psi at 73.4 deg F, 100 psi at 180 deg, 80 psi at 200 deg. With white markings. Bar coded. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. PEX-A tubing is cross-linked, high-density polyethylene. All Apollo? Expansion PEX is opaque in color and ensures easy identification of hot, cold and main water lines through different colored print lines. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe is produced using the high-pressure peroxide method for crosslinked polyethylene (PEXa) in accordance with ASTM F876, F877, CSA B137.5 and PPI TR-3 and is certified to NSF 14/61 standards. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe also meets the requirements of ASTM F2023 for chlorine resistance. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe is manufactured using a quality management system which has been certified to the latest version of ISO 9001. Use of Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe in heating systems requires corrosion protection and/or isolation by using a heat exchanger or non-ferrous components throughout the system.
Flair-It 16052 Flexpex Pex Tubing Conbraco APPW51 Apollo U860W20 Straight Pex Tubing Without Oxygen Barrier
Cross-link polyethylene tubing rated SDR9 PEX-a B137.5 Potable. NSF Listed. ASTM F876/F877. 160 psi at 73.4 deg F, 100 psi at 180 deg, 80 psi at 200 deg. With blue markings. Bar coded. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster.
Conbraco APPB2012 Apollo Conbraco APPR2012 Apollo PlumbPak PP855-21 Tubing
Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. 1/4 in x 25 ft poly tubing.
PIPE PEX A 1IN X 5FT WHITE    PIPE PEX COIL WHT 3/4IN X 25FT Conbraco APPB2034 Apollo
PEX-A tubing is cross-linked, high-density polyethylene. All Apollo? Expansion PEX is opaque in color and ensures easy identification of hot, cold and main water lines through different colored print lines. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe is produced using the high-pressure peroxide method for crosslinked polyethylene (PEXa) in accordance with ASTM F876, F877, CSA B137.5 and PPI TR-3 and is certified to NSF 14/61 standards. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe also meets the requirements of ASTM F2023 for chlorine resistance. Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe is manufactured using a quality management system which has been certified to the latest version of ISO 9001. Use of Apollo? Expansion PEX pipe in heating systems requires corrosion protection and/or isolation by using a heat exchanger or non-ferrous components throughout the system. Apollo PEX tubing is cross-linked, high-density polyethylene and is available for potable water distribution systems in red, white and blue colors for easy identification of hot, cold and main water lines. Apollo PEX can be used in continuously recirculating plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster.
Conbraco APPR2034 Apollo PIPE PEX COIL WHT 1/2IN X 50FT Abbott Rubber 9001P-200 Lightweight Non-Toxic Tubing
Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. Apollo PEX tubing is cross-linked, high-density polyethylene and is available for potable water distribution systems in red, white and blue colors for easy identification of hot, cold and main water lines. Apollo PEX can be used in continuously recirculating plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. For use with compression fittings. Made from non-toxic, odorless, tasteless ingredients that meet FDA requirements. Natural in color, lightweight and resistant to stress cracking, it forms a solid barrier to gases, vapor and moisture.
Spartan 20010 Lightweight Flexible Pipe Abbott Rubber 7101P/PSVTR32-200 Lightweight Tubing Conbraco APPW538 Apollo
Lightweight, low-pressure, manufactured from selected resins and designed specifically for non-critical applications such as open-end drain line. Use for farm/ranch water systems, electrical or cable TV conduit, construction, city service lines, sprinkler systems, skating rinks, air conditioning, submersible pumps etc. Not to be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. Not for use for compressed air systems. Use with insert fittings and stainless steel clamps. Working pressures based on psi at 73.4 deg F. At higher temperatures working pressure is less. FDA-grade, suitable for use with liquid transfer, use as flexible drain line, for use with hose barbs and clamps. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster.
PIPE POLY 160LB 1/2IN X 100FT Spartan 20020 Lightweight Flexible Pipe Cresline 18205 Flexible Pipe
PE4710 high-density, manufactured from selected resins. Use for farm/ranch water systems, electrical or cable TV conduit, construction and excavations, city service lines, mine and industrial drainage, sprinkler systems, irrigation, skating rinks, air conditioning, submersible pumps etc. Not to be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. Not for use for compressed air systems. Use with insert fittings and stainless steel clamps. Meets or exceeds ASTM-D2239. NSF Approved for drinking water use. Working pressures based on psi at 73.4 deg F. At higher temperature working pressure is less. Lightweight, low-pressure, manufactured from selected resins and designed specifically for non-critical applications such as open-end drain line. Use for farm/ranch water systems, electrical or cable TV conduit, construction, city service lines, sprinkler systems, skating rinks, air conditioning, submersible pumps etc. Not to be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. Not for use for compressed air systems. Use with insert fittings and stainless steel clamps. Working pressures based on psi at 73.4 deg F. At higher temperatures working pressure is less. PE4710 high-density, manufactured from selected resins. Use for farm/ranch water systems, electrical or cable TV conduit, construction and excavations, city service lines, mine and industrial drainage, sprinkler systems, irrigation, skating rinks, air conditioning, submersible pumps etc. Not to be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. Not for use for compressed air systems. Use with insert fittings and stainless steel clamps. Meets or exceeds ASTM-D2239. NSF Approved for drinking water use. Working pressures based on psi at 73.4 deg F. At higher temperature working pressure is less.
Cresline 18335 Flexible Pipe Conbraco APPR10012 Apollo Conbraco APPW10012 Apollo
PE4710 high-density, manufactured from selected resins. Use for farm/ranch water systems, electrical or cable TV conduit, construction and excavations, city service lines, mine and industrial drainage, sprinkler systems, irrigation, skating rinks, air conditioning, submersible pumps, etc. NOT TO BE exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. NOT FOR USE For Compressed Air Systems. Use with insert fittings and stainless steel clamps. Meets or exceeds ASTM-D2239. NSF Approved for drinking water use. Working pressures based on PSI at 73.4 degrees Fahrenheit. At higher temperature working pressure is less. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster. Apollo PEX? tubing is cross-linked, high density polyethylene. The silane method, also called the "moisture cure" method, results in PEX-B, where the cross-linking is performed in a secondary post-extrusion process, producing cross-links between a cross-linking agent. The process is accelerated with heat and moisture. The cross-linked bonds are formed through silanol condensation between two grafted vinyltrimethoxysilane (VTMS) units, connecting the polyethylene chains with C-C-Si-O-SiC-C bridges. PEX tubing is for use in hot and cold potable water distribution systems. PEX tubing can also be used in "continuously recirculating" plumbing systems up to 140 deg F while maintaining chlorine resistance. The tubing may be installed in concrete, gypsum based lightweight concrete, sand, asphalt, in or under wood flooring or behind wallboard or plaster.
   
 
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