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HOME-FLEX 3/4 in. x 250 ft. CSST Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing
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HOME-FLEX

3/4 in. x 250 ft. CSST Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing

$49975 /each

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Pipe Size
3/4"
Product Length (ft.)
250

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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 HOME-FLEX 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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Customer Questions & Answers

what is the btu supply rating of 1" csst? what size would be needed to supply a 180000 btu water ...

what is the btu supply rating of 1" csst? what size would be needed to supply a 180000 btu water heater 60 ish feet from the meter
Asked by: Jimmy18mack
Thank you, after obtaining the homeflex csst install manual, i found that it was much deeper than btu supply rating. I feel like the home depot should have a link to the homeflex csst website to help with selection of this product.
Answered by: Jimmy18mack
Date published: 2016-12-03

can this be used for natural gas?

Asked by: Wag
yes, no problem.
Answered by: Dannyboy
Date published: 2017-01-11

GC installed it underground

Hi, Our GC installed the flex hose underground. Should we rip up the patio and replace it or is the flex tubing durable enough to keep it in the ground? Thanks -jimmy
Asked by: JR
I hope he put the CSST in a PVC pipe.
Answered by: Dannyboy
Date published: 2017-01-11

Should I keep or remove the 240v electrical connection when installing a Natural Gas line for a s...

Should I keep or remove the 240v electrical connection when installing a Natural Gas line for a stove?
Asked by: TheHomeDoer
Howdy TheHomeDoer, This would depend on what you local building code is for your area and your personal needs. happy building, Coach Dave
Answered by: CoachDave
Date published: 2017-01-19
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3/4 in. x 250 ft. CSST Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Would have worked a lot better if you had the fittings. I had to go to the manufacture to get the... Would have worked a lot better if you had the fittings. I had to go to the manufacture to get the fittings. You cost me a bit of time. Don"t sell the pipe if you don"t stock the fittings. I still need a few fittings. Please let me know when you get them stocked at the Kenai Alaska store. Howard Merchant Soldotna Alaska.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product, shipped on time. make sure you bond the gas line to ground, follow local codes. Great product, shipped on time. make sure you bond the gas line to ground, follow local codes.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from CSST good or bad. I am a plumbing contractor and have been plumbing for thirty years so I have worked with a lot of different types of pipe. First when this stuff came out I was a little excited and thought it would really make gas pipe easy for install compared and after I did get to use it I was a bit different in opinion as when I install in new homes or open area where is not difficult to work in I was surprised to find I could install at the same speed or better using hard pipe, probably because I have done for so many years. It could be easier for someone with less experience to use it. So I will usually use the hard pipe over CSST and I'm referring to the type and not brand. I do use this type of pipe however to install in tight area's and something that I thing will make it faster for me. This brand as far as quality, I will say it is not the best one out there and because other brands do not have the washer inside for making the seal and several times I have had this tear inside causing a leak and where as the other brand makes a seal with out the need of any washer and just from the compression its self. but I still chose to use this brand most of the time because the price is almost half of the other one making it almost not a good option for anything. Now the last thing I want to point out is the certification they offer, this is most definitely something if you live in California you will want to get ahead of time as it is something that is required by the building department and you will have to give them a copy of yours for the final inspection, and if your not getting inspection first whether you are replacing or installing a new gas stub a permit you are supposed to have. If your not then at very least follow there instructions perfectly and should have no problems then but if you skip anything you could be placing your self at risk because remember you are dealing with gas and if you have ever seen the outcome of a natural gas leak then you know you most likely will say good by to your house as itr will take the whole thing up and make it disappear. make sure to do a pressure test and this means to place a gauge on the system and fill with (AIR !!!!) pressure and a inspection requires 15 psi for 10 min. and that means that if you see drop in pressure at all you should get a soap bottle and spray the out side of the fittings until you see bobbles and don't except any leak, 15 psi for 10 min. that doesn't mean if it only drops 1 psi in that time its good, its not that hard to fix a gas leak if you have gotten this far
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great alternative to rigid piping I put this in my crawlspace to replace old rigid piping. This made the job go much quicker in the confined space with many wires, ducts, and plumbing already in place. You need to buy their cutter so as someone who will not do this as a trade that was a expensive add-on but still cheaper than measuring and having multiple black pipe pieces threaded. I would like to have seen better instructions about code issues regarding how often it has to be strapped to framing. All in all this is a great product. I need to upgradeto 1" pipe from 50 year old 3/4" black pipe because I needed to increase volume of gas flow for a new tankless water heater. The fact that the wall is so thin helps with that increased volume. To install you use the cutter to cut the pipe. Then use a knife to
Date published: 2015-12-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to run, be careful with connections Much much much easier to run than black iron pipe. Just make sure when you cut the pipe it is a perfect cut - clean and not crimped. I had a big leak at first, recut the line and it went away. Also be sure to watch the video - there's a specific way to tighten the fittings so that you don't damage the compression surface and cause a leak.
Date published: 2015-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Design Let me say first that I owned a marine repair company and worked as a pipefitter so I know how to install fittings. First problem - The problem with these is that when you cut the plastic back (2 valleys) you have to slide the connector over the plastic in order to clamp the retainer ring. This tears up the O-ring inside and causes leaks. Bad, bad design. Second problem is that after I installed the line and started to check for leaks I heard a hissing sound and gas was pouring in my house! There was a pinhole in the CSST about a foot away from the connector end. All I did was slide the CSST through a hole in the wall. Either it came to me defective or this stuff is so fragile that brushing the outer jacket up against the wall while putting it through the hole caused the damage. Either way this stuff is WAY to fragile for me to trust my life, and the life of my family. I returned and am going back to pipe....
Date published: 2015-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Purchase Easy to use product. Delivered as advertised for the best price available
Date published: 2015-06-01
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