Yes, it does.
Thank you for asking. Yes, the entire pipe will move when tightening it.
Not in Oregon -- Must be CPVC, Galvanized, or Hard-drawn copper, OPSC 608.5.
It is 12" measured from the connection end to the COMPLETION of the bend.
Not sure what you mean by leaking, if it is leaking from the pop off (pressure valve) and running down the end of the pipe, you have a bad pressure valve. if it leaks only when you manually open the valve and it is leaking around the threads then you either need teflon tape or pipe joint compound. use a channel lock or maybe a crescent wrench to tighten but be cautious, don't break it.
Thank you for asking, John. Unfortunately, our TPV cannot be moved or rethreaded. If you have any further questions, please contact us at 1-866-279-4566. Thank you and have a great day.
its max working temperature is 130 degrees Fahrenheit. However, The melting point of the material is as high as 320 Fahrenheit.
you can't, it is a poorly designed excuse for a drain tube