Internet #204760811

Model #ORP05812

Store SKU #1000031790

1/2 in. x 6 ft. Foam Pipe Insulation

  • Protect against mold and energy loss for copper- PVC-iron pipes
  • Used to reduce heat loss or heat gain and maximize energy savings
  • For use on 1/2 in. copper and 3/8 in. iron pipe sizes
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Product Overview

For an economical and energy efficient way to help prevent your pipes from freezing use the Everbilt Foam Pipe Insulation. This insulation is fire-rated helping ensure safety. R-Value is 3.3.
  • For use on 1/2 in. copper and 3/8 in. iron pipe sizes
  • Helps prevent pipes from freezing in the winter and condensation in the summer
  • Energy saving
  • 25/50 fire rated
  • Can be used as a protective cover where necessary
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum compatible pipe size (in.)
.5
Product Depth (in.)
72
Product Height (in.)
1.73 in
Product Length (in.)
72.00 in
Product Width (in.)
1.73 in

Details

Accessory Type
Insulation
Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Features
Fire Rated
Insulation R-Value
3.3
Minimum compatible pipe size (in.)
.5
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
.110

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

45Questions14Answers

Is this the proper insulation for 3/8" PEX pipe that has O.D. of 1/2"? If not so then what to u...

Asked by Roger February 21, 2021
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This is not the correct size for 3/8" PEX pipe with an outer diameter of 1/2". The correct item is: Internet #203357648 Model #DGT01212S Store Special Order SKU #1000678142. This is sold by the case only. This item is also available in self sealing form: Internet #203357696 Model #DGS01212 Store Special Order SKU #1000678482. The Everbilt item that you are referencing (ORP05812) will work, but it will be a little oversized.

Is there covering o 2.25 inch pipe?

Asked by Inquisitive February 17, 2021
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Answer

This item has a nominal Inner Diameter of 5/8 inch. Model Number DGT21812S has a nominal Inner Diameter of 2-1/8 inch. Model Number DGT20012S has a nominal Inner Diameter of 2-3/8 inch.

Can the compound used to make this foam help with reducing vibration? Looking to insert this into...

Asked by Roy January 18, 2021
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Using cost/benefit analysis (this stuff is inexpensive and muscle pain reduction is great), give it a try. I've used it to stress hot water supply to dishwasher so pipe could not move as dishwasher valve opens and closes

how much for case

Asked by David January 1, 2021
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Please contact your local store for pricing for a full case.

What is the diameter of the foam.

Asked by Grams06 November 18, 2020
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The outside diameter of the foam is 1 & 3/4"

Is this product non-toxic?

Asked by Matt October 3, 2020
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Answer

This product is not intended for chewing or ingesting. Absolutely not safe to chew on. It breaks off in small bits and can choke children . Please ask your home depot associate for child proof products. In my personal opinion, I don't think i would take the chance on any "kids" chewing on anything other than food ! If you do wrap around tv stand legs, cover it with "T" shirt fabric or old bed sheet fabric

Is it toxic to toddlers

Asked by Ray July 29, 2020
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No! It is absolutely not safe for ingestion and not recommended for this purpose. Its an excellent pipe insulation but not a child safety device. It can be a serious choking hazard and could block the digestive system. Please use only approved child safety products. Our local home depot has a huge display of neatly organized child safety devices.

hello sir i am from oman .i want to buy foam pipi insulation from 3/4 inch to 2 inches can you gi...

Asked by insulator July 8, 2020
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Hi M. Kadar, it looks like this Everbilt 1/2 in. x 6 ft. Foam Pipe Insulation is a store exclusive item and only able to be bought in a Home Depot store. Unfortunately we do not sell it with online stock for purchase. If you are unable to see the store inventory or price it is most likely either not a stocked item in your area or no longer available for purchase from Homedepot.com. I would advise you visit or contact your local Home Depot store for pricing and availability. Please follow the steps below to localize your Homedepot.com: 1. Localize Homedepot.com using your zip code (My Store Location: Change) 2. Choose the store where you want to pick up the item (Make this my Store) We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

My hot and cold water copper pipes are in the ceiling below the roof. The attic is 9 inches hig...

Asked by Verify June 26, 2020
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What does fire Rated mean? For mechanical insulation, a common fire performance specification is 25/50. This reflects a flame spread rating of 25 or less and a smoke developed rating of 50 or less, according to the ASTM E 84 test which is specified by all building codes for the testing of materials to be used in building construction. This stuff is safe/legal for residential and commercial buildings. Pipes in your attic may be a mixture of ½” and ¾”. If that pipe supplies one fixture like a kitchen sink, both H & C are probably ½”. If that pipe supplies a bathroom, it may be ¾”. I like the long blade box cutter with 10 break off segments to complete slit and maybe a ½” dowel for rigidity. 2 turns of black electrical tape every 2 feet is probably adequate. If you slide it on and you hit a stop, that may be a “Tee” and you need to slide from other end.

Will this fit 1/2" PEX?

Asked by PEXUSER June 24, 2020
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Yes

1/2 in. x 6 ft. Foam Pipe Insulation - page 2

Customer Reviews

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Before the gyp-board guys close up the wall, I insulated all the hot water pipes (plumber usually flagged them with red). Make sure you check the size of your pipes. Most main branch pipes are 3/4" and minor branch pipes are 1/2" I'll report back (when we move in) to see if the foam actually keeps the hot water hot. That will help us save a lot of flushed out water when we use the shower.
by KBJCHENG
Our company uses this product not as pipe insulation, but to cushion the airplane parts that we m...
Our company uses this product not as pipe insulation, but to cushion the airplane parts that we manufacture. We purchase them by the box, then cut them to fit. This product is always available when needed, and comes at an excellent price.
by SeattleAero
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These are handy for insulating branch lines of hot water pipes so they take longer to cool down, ...
These are handy for insulating branch lines of hot water pipes so they take longer to cool down, particularly useful in hot water recirculation lines. I use HVAC foil or flexfix tape to seal the seams, regular duct tape will eventually fail which you do not want to worry about when you close this behind a finished wall/ceiling. It is a relatively light foam and therefore will not stand up long to friction when fitting into tight spaces. If you are careful it will serve you well.
by Spiff
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I used this for a snowboard to protect edges....
I used this for a snowboard to protect edges.
by MICHAEL
It’s foam insulation. It insulates....
It’s foam insulation. It insulates.
by Phred
The foam pipe insulation worked great to protect ski poles...
The foam pipe insulation worked great to protect ski poles .
by jln
It was very acceptable long enough for my projects..
It was very acceptable long enough for my projects..
by Connie
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
great product and seems to last....
great product and seems to last.
by MikeGR
We did NOT use this to insulate pipe. We used...
We did NOT use this to insulate pipe. We used it to plug holes in a cabin. For that, it worked like a champ. I cannot speak to its quality as pipe insulation.
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