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SharkBite

Model U880W100

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1 in. x 100 ft. White PEX Pipe

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SharkBite PEX is a cross-linked polyethylene tubing best suited for potable water supply application. PEX Pipe is durable, flexible and corrosion resistant. SharkBite PEX features a repeating SharkBite imprint pattern that provides a visual aid to help you determine whether the tube has been fully inserted when using the SharkBite push-fit fitting range. In addition to Potable Water Supply SharkBite PEX meets UL Standard for Plastic Piping in Fire Systems.

  • Strong, flexible, corrosion-resistant pipe
  • Flexibility reduces number of fittings needed to complete a job; reducing cost and leak points
  • Can be installed wet or dry for immediate pressure testing
  • SharkBite imprint pattern provides a visual aid to ensure pipe is fully inserted when using SharkBite push-to-connect fittings
  • SharkBite system provides a variety of connection options, SharkBite PEX can be connected with SharkBite push-to-connect fittings or barbed fittings
  • Listed to NSF 14 and CSA B137.5 for use in potable water systems
  • Meets UL1821 standard for plastic piping for fire systems (3/4 in. and 1 in. only)
  • Manufactured and tested to meet or exceed the requirements of the ASTM F-876/877/2023 and CSA B137.5
  • Note: product may vary by store

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can this tubing be used to supply hot water to the house from a standard gas water heater I see that it is rated at 180 degrees

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need to replace from galvanized to copper
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April 11, 2016
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You must use at least a 6" metal pipe stub from the water heater and then transition to PEX on a gas water heater.
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Yes, however I believe code generally requires 12 - 18" of rigid metal pipe before you transition to PEX. So come out of the tank with copper, you may or may not need to use an elbow, and I would use CRIMP fasteners to transition to PEX. Nothing against push-to-fit connections, but this close to the water tank makes me wary of how long they'll last.
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There is PEX available for hot water lines, not sure if THIS particular PEX product is rated for that. Home Depot assoc should be able to answer.
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November 11, 2014
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Yes it can be used for Hot Water Supply.
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September 15, 2014
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Yes, Our PEX tubing has a maximum rating of 200 degrees F.
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Trying to plan ahead with a failing water line.

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My water line from the meter to my house is that brittle blue stuff that is now failing. I had a leak in January right at the water meter and managed to repair it, but given the nature of this pipe, I wonder if it can happen again. The portion that was repaired is under a flower bed; the rest of the pipe runs under a concrete driveway.
First question: is the pipe adequately protected by the driveway to not fail again?
Second question: In case it might, I want to run a line around the driveway to minimize the amount of concrete that needs to be torn up. My plan is to lay in a course of 1"PEX, capping it off at both ends and refilling the ditch [which has already been dug to requirements thanks to conscripted teenage labor.] This way if the pipe fails again, all that would be necessary would be to uncap the PEX, connect it to the meter and complete the connection to the house. does his make sense? it seems silly to refill the ditch if there's a chance it may need to be re-dug for a future break.
Third question: If I do this, how should I cap the ends to prevent dirt from entering the PEX?
thanks!
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I know this is a late answer and the OP may have already completed his/her work but for anyone coming behind this thread, please red:
THIS version of PEX is not rated for outdoor use, nor is it rated for underground use (direct bury). It can and will become brittle and be crushed by the material above it. There are other versions of PEX that are more suitable to the specified application but if you MUST Read More
I know this is a late answer and the OP may have already completed his/her work but for anyone coming behind this thread, please red:
THIS version of PEX is not rated for outdoor use, nor is it rated for underground use (direct bury). It can and will become brittle and be crushed by the material above it. There are other versions of PEX that are more suitable to the specified application but if you MUST use this kind of pex in such an application you should run the PEX through a PVC pipe. Read Less
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This PEX works GREAT as a main supply line. Buy a couple of sharkbite push fittings as well (one for each end) and your good to go... thats what I did. Main line was leaking so I replaced EVERYTHING from the meter (meter jumper new one brass, brass ball shut off, 3" length 1" diameter brass tube threaded both ends) sharkbite to brass, PEX to brass at meter rebuilt from jumper, then to copper repie in Read More
This PEX works GREAT as a main supply line. Buy a couple of sharkbite push fittings as well (one for each end) and your good to go... thats what I did. Main line was leaking so I replaced EVERYTHING from the meter (meter jumper new one brass, brass ball shut off, 3" length 1" diameter brass tube threaded both ends) sharkbite to brass, PEX to brass at meter rebuilt from jumper, then to copper repie in back yard was connected to galvanized, connected PEX 1" to copper using a sharkbite push fitting - all is NEW and awesome water flow.
Use Oatey Paste Great White for your threads. It WONT LEAK! it is non-toxic and good for potable water. Read Less
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YOu could use hard copper into the house and sharkbite PEX onto it. Out of both the sun and the cold.
I would have done that in the ifrst place, but this is colorado and ZERO is a 60-day winter normal morning temp here.
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November 11, 2014
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My suggestion would be to go ahead with your future plan and replace the blue pipe with 1" PEX to prevent having to re-work in the future.
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September 4, 2014
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In all of my years I have never had a water supply line that is coming to the house fail, then again I didn't have PEX outside. You may want to consult with your village building inspector for suggestions, or check with a licensed plumber. Codes can vary city to city and state by state.
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Can I Use This for Water Supply Line from Well to House?

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Can I use this 1" PEX pipe for connecting my well to my house? I am running a span of over 500' in length.
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I dont see why not. It push fits INTO a Sharkbite 1" push fitting the OTHER END is female thread... IF that would work then yes - or could use a double sided Sharkbite push fitting as well. It all depends on what you are connecting this 1" PEX to.
Id have to see your system up close - but tbh I dont see why not
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September 2, 2015
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Yes, you can use the PEX pipe to run a water supply line from a well to your house. However you will need to purchase a 500' pipe instead of a 100' pipe.
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September 2, 2015
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Hi MrSam,
Yes, you can use PEX to run from your well to your house. This pipe is also available in 500' length. http://www.homedepot.com/p/SharkBite-1-in-x-500-ft-White-PEX-Pipe-U880W500/202688026?keyword=u880w500
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can pex pipe be used on inlet side of water pump

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If it is the right diameter yes.
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PEX can be used anywhere as long as the pressure and temperature ratings are not exceeded. The pipe is rated to 200PSI and 200 degrees fahrenheit.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very easy to use and work with I have been using PEX piping in my remodel and I am very happy with the quality of the product. I was worried it would not hold up like copper does but in fact I think this product is superior to copper. Much easier to work with and you do not have to solder. July 21, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Too Stiff to work with in crawl space I'm installing a whole house filter/conditioner (Aquios) and it was necessary to go in the crawlspace under the house in order to cut into the main. Basically, I'm separating the house water from the yard water to keep from "using up" the filter media too fast. Read reviews stating how stiff it is, but since I'm in the trades (carpenter - not a plumber) I thought I would have the strength to make it work/straighten it out. I wanted to do this due to the fact that using a single piece of long pipe is cheaper due to fewer fitting, plus a better flow rate since the fittings will constrict flow somewhat. But I was wrong about my ability. It is flat too stiff to straighten it out on your own while under the house. It was so precurved from being in the roll that I was unable to even get it straight enough to get it on the male adapter. It would pop off. I would of given it one star because of how stiff and unworkable it is, but my situation is perhaps a little extreme. I ended up buying straight 10' sections and multiple fittings and it worked fine. If you're doing above grade work where it's easier to work it/pre-straighten it better and are able to put several pipe clamps to hold it straight you might be fine if you have adequate abilities. For the home diyer though, I cant recommend it. You're better off getting the 10' sections and using multiple fittings. August 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by the 1 in pex was easy to cut but took large bending radius. Over all I was happy with the product. The 1 in gave us the water presure we were looking for at the end of the garden hose. April 24, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product works fine I installed this pipe in my home and has been working very well for 3 months now. September 8, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Too hard to straighten I installed 3/4 PEX and 1/2 PEX during a renovation and the water pressure was noticeably lower, mostly likely due to 1/2 inch PEX connections compared to 1/2 inch copper (which has a wider internal diameter compared to 1/2 pex, particularly at couplings). At $20 less than any other competitors 1" pipe, and free shipping, I figured I'd give it a try. Shipping was fast. However the pipe is incredibly inflexible compared to the previous brand I had used (Appollo) and extremely hard to work with in a tight space (my crawl space). The pipe basically refused to be straightened out, even when I tried bending it straight outside of the crawl space. I ended up giving up 1/2 way and ripping it all out and picking up some Apollo brand 1 inch, which worked great and is much more flexible in tight spaces. It was about $20 more than this brand but well worth the headache. Perhaps this product would work better if it were a 3 man crew with lots of space, and 2 guys holding it taunt and 1 guy installing a clamp or talon every few feet along the joists. However any future installations I'm going with Apollo. A big disappointment in this product, as I absolutely love Sharkbite compression couplings. Those saved me plenty of time during this renovation going from the new PEX pipe to existing copper behind the wall, in the areas I didn't need to change any of the existing plumbing. February 21, 2013
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