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Model # D 06020PS

Store SKU #119881

0685768328520

3/8 in. O.D x 20 ft. Soft Copper Refrigeration Coil Tubing

  • Ideal for gas supply with 836 PSI of maximum pressure
  • Heat resistant up to 150 degrees
  • IAMPO-certified for safety
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Product Overview

  • Ideal for gas supply with 836 PSI of maximum pressure
  • Heat resistant up to 150 degrees
  • IAMPO-certified for safety
Finish gas supply piping projects quickly and easily with the Everbilt Streamline 3/8 O.D x 20 ft. Copper Soft Refrigeration Coil Pipe. This durable pipe is heat resistant up to 150° F and can withstand up to 836 PSI maximum pressure. Coiled for easy use and storage.
  • Made from durable, soft type refrigeration copper
  • Coiled for convenient handling and storage
  • Maximum working pressure of 836 PSI
  • Resists temperatures up to 150° F
  • Use as gas-supply piping
  • IAMPO-certified for safety
  • Note: product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Ideal for gas supply with 836 PSI of maximum pressure
  • Heat resistant up to 150 degrees
  • IAMPO-certified for safety
Model #: D 06020PS
Sku #: 119881
Internet #: 202287075

Finish gas supply piping projects quickly and easily with the Everbilt Streamline 3/8 O.D x 20 ft. Copper Soft Refrigeration Coil Pipe. This durable pipe is heat resistant up to 150° F and can withstand up to 836 PSI maximum pressure. Coiled for easy use and storage.

  • Made from durable, soft type refrigeration copper
  • Coiled for convenient handling and storage
  • Maximum working pressure of 836 PSI
  • Resists temperatures up to 150° F
  • Use as gas-supply piping
  • IAMPO-certified for safety
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual inside diameter (in.)
0.311
Actual outside diameter (in.)
0.375
Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)
3/8"
Pipe Wall Thickness (In.)
.125
Product Length (ft.)
20.0 ft

Details

Application
Air Conditioning,Potable Water,Refrigeration
Color Family
Copper
Color/Finish
Copper
Connectivity
Solder
Copper Pipe Shape
Coil
Copper Pipe Type
Refrigerant
Material
Copper
Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute)
2
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
150.0
Maximum working pressure (psi)
836.0
Minimum working temperature (F)
0.0
Pack Size
1
Pipe Features
No Additional Features
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Pipe & Tubing
Product Weight (lb.)
2.68lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
IAPMO Certified,NSF Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual inside diameter (in.)
0.311
Actual outside diameter (in.)
0.375
Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)
3/8"
Pipe Wall Thickness (In.)
.125
Product Length (ft.)
20.0 ft

Details

Application
Air Conditioning,Potable Water,Refrigeration
Color Family
Copper
Color/Finish
Copper
Connectivity
Solder
Copper Pipe Shape
Coil
Copper Pipe Type
Refrigerant
Material
Copper
Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute)
2
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
150.0
Maximum working pressure (psi)
836.0
Minimum working temperature (F)
0.0
Pack Size
1
Pipe Features
No Additional Features
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Pipe & Tubing
Product Weight (lb.)
2.68lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
IAPMO Certified,NSF Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

What is the wall thickness of the 3/8 tubing. ?

What is the wall thickness of the 3/8 tubing. ?
Asked by: Biggee
According to the specifications, the wall thickness is about 32-thousandths of an inch (0.0032 in), but this is only an average value. Up to 2 thousandths variation is possible in most drawing processes used in manufacturing.
Answered by: GoldenBoy
Date published: 2019-02-14

What's the best way to connect this to a 1/2" ID coil pipe (5/8 OD)? 1/2" to 3/8" fittings don't work.

Need to withstand boiling water. Making a wort chiller.
Asked by: Marty
I'm assuming that you are referring to Industrial Pipe Thread (IPT or just PT). Using a brass fitting (known as a reducer) which has compression fittings both sides could work, but HD doesn't list this fitting on HD.com. Alternately, depending on the temperatures and pressures in your application, you might use a "bite" connector (SKU # 1002429610) to join these tubes, or you could sweat (solder) them together using a coupler fitting (SKU #181957). The solder connection allows for higher pressures and temperatures.
Answered by: GoldenBoy
Date published: 2019-02-14

I don't understand how it is that COPPER is rated up to 150deg. It's COPPER?!?!?!

I don't understand how it is that COPPER is rated up to 150deg. It's COPPER?!?!?!
Asked by: Joe
Probably the density. I use copper on an every day basis, often with higher temps.
Answered by: HarryCodsac
Date published: 2020-02-11

can this be use to on the Ductless Mini-Split from the hander to the ac unit ?

can this be use to on the Ductless Mini-Split from the hander to the ac unit ?
Asked by: dave
This type of tubing is rated for pressures over 800 PSI, so it should be able to handle the flow either direction between the heat pump and the air handler, although its diameter is large enough to suggest it be used for the high temperature return to the heat pump. The main issue with using this tubing for one (or both) side(s) of the line pair is that it is not insulated. If you were to wrap it with closed cell pipe insulation, it should be suitable for this use. Please verify whether the code in your area requires a licensed professional to fill the system with refrigerant.
Answered by: GoldenBoy
Date published: 2019-02-14
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