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HOME-FLEX 3/4 in. x 25 ft. CSST Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing

$59.97 /each

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HOME-FLEX Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing or CSST is great for installation of gas appliances. CSST easily snakes into attic and basements areas, around corners and bends, and through walls. Much easier to work than steel pipe, uses fewer fittings, and weighs a lot less too. Certification through manufacturer is recommended before installing CSST.

  • Saves time - 60% time savings vs. steel pipe fitting
  • Cleaner and easier to handle than black steel pipe
  • Bends around corners eliminating need for additional joints and fittings
  • Use coordinating CSST fittings
  • Great for seismic areas - ridged pipe often leaks after even small tremors
  • CSA and IAPMO certified
  • Installers should be certified to install HOME-FLEX CSST, to become certified visit homeflex.com

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Furnace

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Can I use this to run from 1/2" black pipe to my 42,000 BTU shop furnace?
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April 20, 2015
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If ½" is what you had before then yes. But why not use the ½" tubing then?
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Yes, it can be used for a furnace
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March 18, 2015
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Absolutely they make a reducer just for that application.
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October 23, 2014
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Due to building code being different by region and city, I recommend you check with a local licensed plumber.
The instructions and procedures outlined in the HOME-FLEX System Design and Installation
Manual must be strictly adhered to for a safe and effective installation. Prior to beginning
installation, competent engineering practices and principles must be employed in designing
the system, taking into
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Due to building code being different by region and city, I recommend you check with a local licensed plumber.
The instructions and procedures outlined in the HOME-FLEX System Design and Installation
Manual must be strictly adhered to for a safe and effective installation. Prior to beginning
installation, competent engineering practices and principles must be employed in designing
the system, taking into account local codes, requirements of the natural gas utility or propane
supplier, and the requirements of the gas system being installed. All installations must be
inspected by the local authority that oversees gas plumbing prior to the supplying of gas to
the system.
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Where can I purchase a Tourque wrench to use on these fittings?

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November 5, 2015
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Hi Joe--- You can find Adjustable Open End Torque wrenches online at sites such as gaugecity.com They are pricey. As a general rule, I like to point out that after tightening the nut, 1.5 - 2 threads of the fitting should re main visible. If more than 2 threads are visible, you can tighten the nut a little more. If only 1 thread remains visible, do not tighten the nut further. It is possible to Read More
Hi Joe--- You can find Adjustable Open End Torque wrenches online at sites such as gaugecity.com They are pricey. As a general rule, I like to point out that after tightening the nut, 1.5 - 2 threads of the fitting should re main visible. If more than 2 threads are visible, you can tighten the nut a little more. If only 1 thread remains visible, do not tighten the nut further. It is possible to over-tighten the nut and that will result in a leak. If I can assist you further, give me a call. We are here M-F from 8AM - 5PM Pacific Time. 661-257-3923. Ask for Jon Read Less
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Can two 25 foot hoses be connected in the attic?

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Is it required to run one hose or can I connect two. I only need to go 50 ft not 75 . I was hoping to use 2 25 ft hoses
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July 31, 2015
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Hello Jacob,
If the CSST is running through conduit, do not use couplers, or any other fitting.
If no conduit is required, then yes you can use a coupler to join lengths of CSST together.
It is important to know when conduit is required.
For more information please read our System Design and Installation Manual. Here is a link to it. http://www.valenciapipe.com/product-downloads/home-flex-csst/ Or give
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Hello Jacob,
If the CSST is running through conduit, do not use couplers, or any other fitting.
If no conduit is required, then yes you can use a coupler to join lengths of CSST together.
It is important to know when conduit is required.
For more information please read our System Design and Installation Manual. Here is a link to it. http://www.valenciapipe.com/product-downloads/home-flex-csst/ Or give us a call 661-257-3923 Ask for Jon
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Can I use this for an exterior application to run a pool heater from my natural gas main on staten island?

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May 14, 2015
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Yes you can use Home-Flex CSST for this purpose. You must follow all of your local building / safety codes. Generally speaking, when it comes to routing the CSST outdoors, it will have to be sleeved in protective conduit.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This is junk don't buy This is one of the worst products to carry gas I've ever seen. I am a Master Plumber of 30 plus years and one of my top mechanics agree, buy any product other then this. A builder bought this junk to save us the leg work for the material for the job.. Between a cheap fiber washer and even cheaper retainer ring this is a disaster waiting to happen. I would have never wasted my time to write a review if I thought this product had any bit of quality. August 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by TERRIBLE!! This is a TERRIBLE product. Almost half of my joints leaked. Do yourself a favor. Take the training for tracpipe or wardflex or any other csst pipe other than homeflex. The lead ring seal in the fittings is a horrible design flaw. Not nearly as effective as a flared joint made in other csst pipe. Never again for me. August 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much easier than pipe I'm old school and did a bunch of gas lines last year with black pips. This year I had to make some modifications and I thought to give this a try. I'm like you and was afraid it would be to difficult, need special tools or not even be safe. But I am wishing now I had done my whole house in this! It is easy, you have to be careful, same as pipe, you have to make sure you do it right, same as pipe. But there are less joints to seal so there is less chance of leaks. It is so flexible you can just bend it anywhere. You do have to take your time if you cut it, but compare to running to the hardware and getting pipe threaded every time it is a time saver! I'm looking forward to more fun with this running line out for my gas grill and for a heater in my garage! April 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Huge Labor and Material $avings over Black Iron Pipe Huge Labor and Material $avings over Black Iron Pipe Each end needs a special threaded termination adapter that costs less than $10. The cut ends are very sharp and with a bit of care and following the directions the flex tubing was a huge labor-saving benefit Bringing Gas to our fireplace was going to cost $1000 for 2 days of a plumber with helper to handle and I did the job myself, in an afternoon, for a tenth of that price and a bit of DIY labor. April 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Routing issues are a thing of the past. Routing this flexible piping is the only way to go in certain applications. Feeding it up through the floor and into a kitchen cabinet that is under a gas cook top is one of them. I would have needed at least 3 elbows and a coupling with black pipe. I took plumbing in High School so threading black pipe isn't that hard but who has a pipe threader handy. Using this pipe will cut your installation time in half. March 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great way to pipe gas We had a very convoluted gas pipe installation to accomplish. This flex tubing made the job ease! Great way to install a gas line. February 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works I like the look and quality of this tubing better than the other brand I have used in the past. The coating seems to be more durable, and just a higher quality than others March 25, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I have worked with this in the past The previous review isn't exactly fair. I am sure there could have been user error. I have worked with this on many home in my past. Heck, I even have the scars to prove it. (This stuff can get ya if after you cut it, very sharp edges.) It is much better than running black pipe all over a house. To get this to seal make sure you put enough Teflon and Teflon paste on before trying to screw the piece in. January 15, 2014
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