PVC is a ductile material and some deflection of the pipe can be achieved to allow it to be deflected around or away from obstructions during installation. Care must be taken to not install fittings under stress and to properly restrain the pipe so that stress is not transmitted to any fittings that may be installed in the system. Please contact our Technical Services Department at 800-438-6091 to discuss the specific application in detail.
we are very sorry, the application should say for Potable Water. it's been corrected in HD's website but will most likely take up to 24 hrs to cycle over. For our recommendations, please contact our Technical Services Department at 800-438-6091.
They have different wall thickness so the ID would be different but the OD would be the same. For a better explanation and for our recommendations, please contact our Technical Services Department at 800-438-6091.
For our recommendations, please contact our Technical Services Department at 800-438-6091.
Yes indeed, it means slip x slip.
Charlotte Pipe products are designed for plumbing applications only. With that said 3/4 would be a little flimsy. i'd go with 1" or even 1 1/2. good luck.
Both ends are Slip on, which means that you need to put solvent cement in and Slip it on. (No threads)
Charlotte Pipe products are designed for Plumbing applications only. However Home Depot does stock 1" PVC pipe in ten foot lengths at the stores.
Inside as far as I can recall
this item is stocked at your local Home Depot store. Please check with them.