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SharkBite 3/4 in. Stainless Steel PEX Barb Clamp (10-Pack)
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SharkBite

3/4 in. Stainless Steel PEX Barb Clamp (10-Pack)

$7.54 /each

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Product Overview

The SharkBite barb connection system is the best option for connecting PEX tubing when lower material cost is desired. Robustly designed with Stainless Steel, the SharkBite clamp rings are corrosion resistant. And with a wide range of fittings, manifolds, regulator, thermostatic and ball valves available, the SharkBite barb connection system is perfect for your next plumbing project.

  • Stainless steel
  • Time saving clamp rings and tool offer reduced equipment cost, 1 tool clamps all sizes
  • Necessity to check each fitting ring with a go/no-go gauge is eliminated with a properly calibrated tool
  • Available in 3/8 in., 1/2 in., 3/4 in. and 1 in. sizes
  • 1-tool need to crimp all sizes

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what crimp tool do i use with these clamps

SharkBite 3/4 in. PEX SS Clamp (10-Pack)
Asked by: Anonymous
The ratcheting one-hand crimp/clamp tool is the best, but the larger two handed style also works. Just don't confuse these tools with the compression ring type.
Answered by: Skippy
Date published: 2016-12-20

What type of Pex is Shark Bite? Pex A, B, C. Wanting to use an expansion connection. Thanks

Asked by: Lance
SharkBite PEX is PEX B.
Answered by: SharkBite Support
Date published: 2016-07-27
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3/4 in. Stainless Steel PEX Barb Clamp (10-Pack) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Yes, these are the crimp type connectors. Yes, they do the job just like they should. Unfortu... Yes, these are the crimp type connectors. Yes, they do the job just like they should. Unfortunately, Home Depot charges literally 4 times the typical price for these and all pex fittings, and does not have bulk packaging for PEX in stores at all. $10 for 50 on line or $8 for 10 here. That's a hefty premium for the convenience.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I could connect 40 in a row, and pull my Boat, TIGHT fasteners!!!! DIY'er. Did >400 connections making my Homemade PEX Manifolds, and doing Room Fixtures,and outside Spigots. NO......REPEAT.......NO leakage at any spot or Fixtures since 2014. "They say - You won't have any problems if ya fastened them right". Agree, to some degree. I say it's a 80/20 in favor of a well made Product.......just saying. Ripped out all Galvy/Copper Piping. A GR8 Crimping Tool I have also. Get a good one(Tool) and it should last your Lifetime, (fasteners get all the blame when something goes wrong). >400 connections, scraped 25, learning process . Used the 1/2' ones also. Bummer bag has only 10. Initially started with 4 boxes from a Supply Web. . Some 1/4" fastened, need 2/16" closer - refer back to learning process comment. Bought 100' roll of 3/4" PEX in Order also. Happy Crimping.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PEX beats copper and Clamps beat crimp rings for DIYer's I chose to use ring clamps instead of crimp rings for the following reasons: The clamp ring tool fits all sizes of clamp rings so you don't need to buy multiple tools when fitting up your PEX system. Go-No Go--- when you clamp down on the rings, the tool grabs on to the clamp and you keep hauling on it until it ratchets down to the correct degree of compression. Then the tool lets go and you are done. Ooops--- If you incorrectly join a fitting, you can easily cut away the clamps with your diagonal cutters whereas the clinch rings require a special tool to cut the rings. The only down side I can see to the Ring Clamps is that they are a few cents more per clamp, but you'd have to install hundreds of fittings before the difference in cost was more than trivial. I've now installed more than 40 ring clamps and have not had a bit of trouble. Beats the heck out of sweat soldering.
Date published: 2013-11-17
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