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Model # CTS 12005 0600

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1/2 in. x 10 ft. CPVC SDR11 Flow Guard Gold Pipe

Includes 10 ft. (74¢ /ft.)
$7.42
Buy 10 or more $5.94
  • Suitable for hot and cold water distribution up to 180 degrees F
  • Easy to install - no primer needed
  • Energy-efficient, non-toxic and won't rust or corrode
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About This Product

FlowGuard Gold CPVC CTS is for hot and cold water distribution. It is for pressure systems where temperatures will not exceed 180°F. It can withstand high pressure for long periods, does not rust or corrode, is easy to install (no primer required). FlowGuard Gold is also energy efficient, with better heat retention and lower hot water heating cost as compared to metallic systems. It is non-toxic and meets the most stringent standards in the industry.

Highlights

  • Cream colored pipe and fittings used for hot and cold-water distribution
  • Copper tube size intended for pressure use
  • Maximum working temperature of 180° F
  • Non-toxic and meets the most stringent standards in the industry
  • Can withstand high pressure for long periods of time
  • Require no special tools for cutting and to be installed with solvent cement
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Product Information

Internet # 100170202

Model # CTS 12005 0600

Store SKU # 341519

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual inside diameter (in.)

0.485

Actual outside diameter (in.)

0.625

Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)

1/2"

Pipe Wall Thickness (In.)

.068

Product Length (ft.)

10 ft

Details

Application

Potable Water

Color Family

Cream

Color/Finish

Cream

Connectivity

Solvent Cemented

Material

Chlorinated Poly Vinyl Chloride (CPVC)

Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute)

1

Maximum working pressure (psi)

100

Maximum Working Temperature (F)

180

Minimum working temperature (F)

32

Pack Size

1

Pipe Features

No Additional Features

Pipe or Fitting Product Type

Pipe & Tubing

Product Weight (lb.)

0.83 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

NSF Listed

Manufacturer Warranty

This product is warranted, see PDF for further details

Questions & Answers

18Questions
caret
Q:Will the store cut the pipe for me?
by|Jun 17, 2022
1 Answer
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A:  you can ask someone in the plumbing aisle but they probably won't. However it's not too difficult to cut PVC or CPVC pipe and the person you ask can help you choose the right cutting tool for you to use.

by|Jun 19, 2022
    caret
    Q:Why are the stores unable to stock 10foot pipe? Stores have been out of stock since November. Employees don't have an answer to this question.
    by|Mar 3, 2021
    2 Answers
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    A:  Blame covid for all supply chain issues.

    by|Feb 12, 2024
      2 found this answer helpful

      A:  Wish we had a good answer to this question but sadly don't. You'll need to continue to check with your local store.

      by|May 19, 2022
        1 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:Can this pipe be buried in the ground?
        by|Apr 16, 2020
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        A:  I have only seen this buried in the ground in Wisconsin by fools. Most of the under ground small diameter pipe in Wisconsin is historically soft copper and lately 150-200 psi rated black or blue water rated polyethylene pipe. For some reason pump installers and plumbers will not use or bury a ridged glued pipe under ground. It may be fine in your state, but no self respecting contractor in WI would bury CPVC pipe. I have however seen PEX without any splices buried in WI. I would get a professional opinion in your state. Maybe it is done all the time in New Mexico or Texas, but not in WI.

        by|May 19, 2022
        1 found this answer helpful

        A:  CPVC pipe and fittings are typically used in the house for plumbing applications. I would think for anything you would want to bury it would be a different type of pipe. You should check your local codes or talk to someone at Home Depot for guidance.

        by|May 19, 2022
          2 found this answer helpful
          caret
          Q:Can I drink water out of this kind of pipe?
          by|Mar 11, 2020
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          A:  Absolutely, it is approved in Wisconsin and most states by their plumbing codes for both hot and cold potable water use in plumbing systems. I probably would not use it for buried use, but in a home it is perfectly fine for potable use. I have it from my well pressure tank to my unsoftened kitchen cold water where we get all of our drinking water in the house. Tastes just like it did a month ago when it was done with all copper pipes.

          by|May 3, 2020
            1 found this answer helpful

            A:  Yes, you can.

            by|May 3, 2020
              1 found this answer helpful
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              Customer Reviews

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              • 4.7 out of 102 reviews
              • 78% recommend this product
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              I used some of this in my basement in an exposed area. I don't think I would put it in a wall. I ...
              I used some of this in my basement in an exposed area. I don't think I would put it in a wall. I also made a custom shower arm with it. I am probably flirting with disaster there, but if it breaks I know to be concerned about the basement plumbing I did at the same time. Read my 1 inch CPVC pipe review for details about how to carefully put this stuff together so it lasts and does not fail. I took some 8 year old generic CPVC out of my basement and it was rock solid. Hopefully the new stuff lasts for decades. I thought about PEX, but the special tools, expensive fittings and spaghetti like consistency of it turned me off. The CPVC runs like copper, straight and level. Maybe PEX is better, but this worked for me. All of my applications are cold hard water. The hot in my house is copper which is a great lifetime product if you can afford it and know how to sweat copper. I thought the shower arm was a real Picasso moment. We will see if it lasts. Shawano Guy
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                Installed 2 years ago. Had to replace today due to extreme warping. Used an 8ft piece from hot water line to elbow going to dishwasher and kitchen sink. Line looked like an S when the dishwasher was running. Would not recommend for Hot Water App unless this was just a defect. Charlotte Pipe 1/2 in. x 10 ft. CPVC SDR11 Flow Guard Gold Pipe, Ivory
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                  Our first adventure in CVPC pipe. Cuts easily and easy to connect to the fittings. Very useful for bringing the garden hose connection up to our deck.
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