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Model #3/4 M 10

Store SKU #148520

3/4 in. x 10 ft. Copper Type M Hard Temper Straight Pipe

  • Rated at maximum 701 PSI at 150 degrees F
  • Hard temper ASTM-B88 copper is NSF and ANSI Standard 61 certified
  • Backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
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Product Overview

Ideal for a variety of plumbing and heating purposes, the 3/4 in. x 10 ft. Copper Type M Hard Temper Straight Pipe is strong and durable. Made of hard-tempered copper for durability, this pipe is also NSF and ANSI Standard 61 certified. It meets industry standards to deliver a high-quality flow.
  • Constructed of hard temper ASTM - B88 copper
  • For general plumbing and heating uses
  • Alloy C12200 (DHP) meets industry standards and is NSF and ANSI standard 61 certified
  • Meets or exceeds industry standards to deliver high quality flow products
  • Plumbing and mechanical codes govern what types of products may be used for applications; local codes should always be consulted for minimum requirements
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual inside diameter (in.)
0.811
Actual outside diameter (in.)
0.875
Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)
3/4"
Pipe Wall Thickness (In.)
.032
Product Length (ft.)
10.0 ft

Details

Application
Potable Water
Color Family
Copper
Color/Finish
Copper
Connectivity
Solder
Copper Pipe Shape
Straight
Copper Pipe Type
Type M
Material
Copper
Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute)
6.5
Maximum working pressure (psi)
701.0
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
400
Minimum working temperature (F)
0
Pack Size
1
Pipe Features
No Additional Features
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Pipe & Tubing
Product Weight (lb.)
3.05

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ASTM Compliant,NSF Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

15Questions39Answers

Can type M be used outdoors and left out during the winter in the Northeast? I will obviously dra...

Asked by AlexM May 18, 2020
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Type M copper is typically used in hot water heating systems. Type L copper is used in domestic (drinking water} systems. Type K copper is the best and more costly to use in all applications because it has the thickest tube wall. In a freezing environment, Pex is the way to go! Also, type M is not code approved for anything but heating. Iam a plumber and never used Type M in 38 years. Iam not a fan

Is this pipe stronger, more ridgid, than 3/4 emt?

Asked by Mike November 12, 2019
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It is definitely more rigid but they are for 2 different purposes. EMT is used for electrical and copper is used for plumbing

Which is more suitable for 150psi compressed air application, type L or M? What are the psi ranges on each? Thank you!

Asked by Gary December 18, 2018
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check your local codes, most codes require schedule 80 black pipe for compressed air installations.

How much is three-quarter inch copper pipe and type M

Asked by Luster July 12, 2018
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Depends on the footage price?

What type pipe should use for Residential use for hot water and cold

Asked by Handyman June 22, 2018
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L is thicker but M is fine for residential use and cheaper.

Can this be used for compressed air?

Asked by Bruce June 12, 2018
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Check your local codes, most codes require schedule 80 black pipe for compressed air installations. I have seen companies have to pull out entire air line installations because they used the wrong materials. This is actually a safety issue, use caution if not following code. I serviced and installed air compressors and and compressed air systems for several years.

Is it suitable for a delivery to a typical household gas range.

Asked by CDPCSTCV2018 April 1, 2018
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No, you need to use black screw pipe for gas.

I need two 10' pipes to make a drapery rod , no center support as rings will be used -- can I get...

Asked by December 15, 2017
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Get the center support.

It says in the specifications that the pipe is 30.5lbs!!! That seems really heavy to me. Is that ...

Asked by Lou July 25, 2017
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No. A 10’ length is approximately 3.5 pounds.

Where is this copper pipe made?

Asked by Jazzman March 3, 2017
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There's a factory in Mordor that does great work, but the conditions for the workers is pretty terrible. If you have a gold ring that you can donate, maybe this can be fixed? Actually, a lot of copper comes from right here in Arizona. This pipe is probably US made.

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