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1/2 in. x 10 ft. PVC Sch. 40 Plain-End Pipe

$2.18 / each
If you buy 10 or more
$1.74 / each
  • PVC Pipe is highly versatile and recommended as a water pipe.
  • This pipe can be used in irrigation and cold water supply lines
  • Installation requires the use of primer and solvent cement

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The JM Eagle 1/2 in. x 10 ft. PVC Sch. 40 Plain-End Pipe resists corrosion and is ideal for use in potable water distribution and sewer and drainage systems. The solvent-weld pipe resists corrosion and provides a rigid or restrained joint connection.

  • Solvent-weld Sch. 40 PVC
  • 10 ft. long
  • White
  • Resistant to electrolytic or galvanic corrosion and most corrosive soil and water conditions
  • Ideal for use in potable water distribution and sewer and drainage systems
  • For use in aboveground partial-support systems
  • Provides a rigid or restrained joint connection
  • Install in accordance with JM publication TR-407B, "Solvent Weld Pipe Installation Guide," and TR-410A, "Pressure Pipe Tapping Guide"
  • Meets ASTM D 1785 and ASTM D 2665 standards
  • NSF-PW, Standard 61, Standard 14, IAPMO listed
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Is this flexible enough to bend between two posts at 4 feet apart?

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July 20, 2014
I want to make a cage to protect crops from birds.
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January 19, 2016
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some use irrigation tubing, more flexible
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Yes. It works well. I have a raised 4x8 vegetable bed and I placed 2 PVC pipes to support either a net or wire mesh. I used four 1/2 inch brackets and simply pushed the pipe in, bend it slowly, and pushed the other end in. Please see picture below.
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December 26, 2014
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Uh, no I wouldn't try it at that short of a distance for it to bend between. I think it would probably snap or break. Basically, it would be smarter to use a semi stiff wire application instead of pvc. You could check in youtube.com to see if they have any videos of the type of application you're wanting to know about, I'm assuming you're wanting to use this as a cold frame over a raised bed in your Read More
Uh, no I wouldn't try it at that short of a distance for it to bend between. I think it would probably snap or break. Basically, it would be smarter to use a semi stiff wire application instead of pvc. You could check in youtube.com to see if they have any videos of the type of application you're wanting to know about, I'm assuming you're wanting to use this as a cold frame over a raised bed in your garden, but I could be wrong. Anyhow, if they have any video's on there for that, then you could probably get their measurements and use those and SEE on the videos if it would safely bend in that tight of an area or not, but if it were me, I wouldn't try it. Read Less
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July 21, 2014
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Hello gardener,
The 1/2 inch PVC does have quite a bit of flex under stress, we use them to make the sub-structure of balloon arches in the stores. I do think that bringing the ends together to four feet might end up being too much of a tight bend.
A couple of options:
- Increase the base of the span to 6ft, making the bend angle less harsh.
- Cut the pipe in half and glue in a coupling. This will Read More
Hello gardener,
The 1/2 inch PVC does have quite a bit of flex under stress, we use them to make the sub-structure of balloon arches in the stores. I do think that bringing the ends together to four feet might end up being too much of a tight bend.
A couple of options:
- Increase the base of the span to 6ft, making the bend angle less harsh.
- Cut the pipe in half and glue in a coupling. This will disperse a lot of the stress at the top bend to the outside edges of the arc.
- Cut the pipe and use a combination of tee's and elbows to create the cage work. This also gives you the benefit of having more direct control over the shape of the cage, making it sturdier and much easier to move around.
I hope this helps.
Cheers,
Chris
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Home shower installation

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In a home shower installation, can I use 1/2 " pvc instead of copper tubing?
Will pvc stand up to hot water?
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pex yes! invest in a good crimper one that does 1/2 and 3/4 should take care of most of house. shark fittings ( or gator or some good brand) for change overs from copper to pex. they are pricey but reusable. pex comes in 100 foot rolls to avoid fittings in walls. doesn't look as nice as copper but all homebuilders use it. I bought the stainless steel type of crimper, there is a copper crimper also Read More
pex yes! invest in a good crimper one that does 1/2 and 3/4 should take care of most of house. shark fittings ( or gator or some good brand) for change overs from copper to pex. they are pricey but reusable. pex comes in 100 foot rolls to avoid fittings in walls. doesn't look as nice as copper but all homebuilders use it. I bought the stainless steel type of crimper, there is a copper crimper also (different crimp type). check housing code, some states don't allow homeowner to do their own plumbing. Read Less
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Um, I was taught that for the installation to be up to "code" it must be copper tubing inside the home. Besides if you're trying to use a schedule 40 pvc for HOT water to run through, you're going to have a serious problem, as you'd be needing to use CPVC for that instead because it can take the heat of the water. Regular schedule 40 pvc cannot! Also, you really wouldn't want to use pvc at all inside the Read More
Um, I was taught that for the installation to be up to "code" it must be copper tubing inside the home. Besides if you're trying to use a schedule 40 pvc for HOT water to run through, you're going to have a serious problem, as you'd be needing to use CPVC for that instead because it can take the heat of the water. Regular schedule 40 pvc cannot! Also, you really wouldn't want to use pvc at all inside the home for water pipe as it is well known to become brittle after a few years and so you'd have leaks and break through all over where ever you had used it. Read Less
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August 28, 2014
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Hi Bil72par,
Regular PVC pipe is not rated for use in interior plumbing and should not be used.
If you want an easier installation than copper, you may use PEX tubing and shark bite fittings.
Consult your local building department for code requirements in your area.
Mike
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Is 1/2 inch the inner diameter or the outer diameter?

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The spec sheet on here, for THIS pipe, says the OD is .84"
ID is .609
THOSE numbers should be accurate. call me crazy; but isn't .5 a 1/2"
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The measurement is referring to the outside circumference of the pipe.
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can this product be used as an electrical conduit?

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while walls are open would like to run a conduit from the second floor to the basement for easy wire pulling now ans in the future.Will be inspected
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No. Electrical conduit is a much different product, and you wouldn't want to run electrical wiring through pvc pipe at all, being as it's: not made for that application, and it would NOT be up to code for that use, and it degrades over time and will become brittle and break, thus allowing moisture to enter where your wiring is. If you are wanting to use wiring through the pipe, then you MUST use official Read More
No. Electrical conduit is a much different product, and you wouldn't want to run electrical wiring through pvc pipe at all, being as it's: not made for that application, and it would NOT be up to code for that use, and it degrades over time and will become brittle and break, thus allowing moisture to enter where your wiring is. If you are wanting to use wiring through the pipe, then you MUST use official metal conduit for that! Read Less
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July 17, 2014
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Hi FamPro,
Schedule 40 white PVC does not meet code for electrical work.
You must use the gray schedule 40 electrical conduit. Check with your local building department for your cities specific requirements.
Mike,
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Home depot sells quality product I got these because I am in a wheelchair and cannot come in person to the store myself. I have someone who picks items up for me but sometimes they come back saying they couldn't find what I'd wanted. So it's much easier for me to do my picking out exactly what I want and not have to worry that the person who does my errands for me will come back empty handed with excuses, lol. This is a God send that allows those of us who are either disabled or don't have time to spend in the store being distracted by all the wonderous things that Home Depot has available, which I always did when I went there in person, lol. I always said it would be all kinds of fun to be stuck in the store when they close and stay there all night long, just looking at all the cool stuff! Oh, anyway, I digress....I had gotten this pvc to use to make a frame to hold up a shoplight fixture so I could grow my vegetable seedlings inside my house for transplanting in the spring. However, I did make the frames and they do work, but I would have used 3/4" diameter instead for more stability. December 10, 2014
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good quality and right length These were my poles foe the cat proofing with deer barrier and ties. I cut them into 4 pieces, drilled holes in the fence and placed them in the hole ans secured the front with the ties. These were an inexpensive alternative to wood and asthetically they look fine. September 24, 2013
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