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Model # 11-100704

1 in. x 1 in. x 3/4 in. CSST Stainless Steel FIPT Manifold

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  • For use with Natural Gas and Liquid Propane applications
  • Features high-quality, coated steel for durability
  • Installers should be certified to install HOME-FLEX CSST
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Product Details
Easy to use fittings

Easy to Use Fittings

With the fewest parts on the market the CSST fittings are a breeze to install

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Easy to Transport

HOME-FLEX CSST comes in coils, so it takes up less space and is easier to transport than black pipe

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Easily Bend Around Corners

Simply bend around corner without cutting, threading, or additional fittings

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Male & Female Fittings

Standard Male and Female Pipe Threads for easy connections

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Termination Flange

Provides a smooth transition between csst and standard pipe

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Union Fittings

Easily extend your run of CSST

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Bonding Clamp

Bond or ground CSST or rigid pipe

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Easily Bends Around Corners

Flexible CSST eliminates need for elbow fittings to turn corners

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Lighter than Steel Pipe

CSST pipe is 80% lighter than steel pipe

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Faster Installation

Over 65% faster to install than black pipe, with no need to cut or thread

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Fewer Fitting Connections

With fewer fittings needed your install will be faster and safer

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Seismically Qualified

Due to the flexible nature CSST is much safer than black pipe in an earthquake

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Complete the Project

See HOME-FLEX CSST Collection for all the tools you need to complete the project

About This Product

The HOME-FLEX Manifold is a central distribution point for multiple runs of CSST. It uses standard pipe thread connections for use with valves, steel pipe or CSST male adapters. It is approved for concealed use.

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Product Information

Internet # 204767413

Model # 11-100704

Specifications

Dimensions: H 3 in, W 2 in, D 10.5 in

Dimensions

Double Fitting Size

1" x 3/4"

Fitting 1 size

1"

Fitting 2 size

3/4"

Fitting Size Dimensions

1" x 3/4"

Inlet Size (In.)

1"

Product Depth (in.)

10.5 in

Product Height (in.)

3 in

Product Width (in.)

2 in

Single Fitting Size

1"

Details

Application

Natural Gas, Propane

Color Family

Silver

Color/Finish

Silver

Compatible Pipe Material

Steel

Connection 1

FPT

Connection 2

FPT

Connectivity

Threaded

Features

Side Inlet

Fitting or Connector Type

Manifold

Fitting/ Connector Collection

Specialty

Material

Stainless Steel

Maximum working pressure (psi)

25

Maximum Working Temperature (F)

200

Number of Ports

6

Pack Size

1

Pipe or Fitting Product Type

Fittings & Connectors

Product Weight (lb.)

.79 lb

Reducing Fitting

Yes

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

30 Days

Questions & Answers

24Questions
caret
Q:What grade stainless is the manifold made from.
by|Dec 26, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  Hi, Eric - This is 304-series stainless steel. We just added a notation on the hd.com webpage as well as loaded the spec sheet. Thanks.

by|Dec 28, 2023
    caret
    Q:Are there any compatiblity issues between metals or can I screw both brass and black iron pipe into this manifold as long as they have the correct thread. Worried about electrolists or other strange reactions.
    by|Dec 27, 2022
    2 Answers
    Answer This Question

    A:  There are definitely electrolysis risks using dissimilar metals in gas systems, particularly in humid climates. What?s outside the pipe matters just as much as what?s inside it. This is a stainless product; CSST is stainless; should be no problem.

    by|Jun 14, 2023
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  Hi, Dave - We've not heard of any issues using dis-similar metals. Natural gas is very much a dry vapor that wouldn't create any electrolysis. Liquid propane could be a bit "wetter" but, again, he have no evidence of any strange reactions occurring between the SS of the manifold, black iron, galvanized, or copper pipe.

      by|Jun 14, 2023
        2 found this answer helpful
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        Q:Is the 4 port gas manifolds CSA certified (Canada)?
        by|Jun 7, 2022
        1 Answer
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        A:  Yes our manifold is listed with CSA and approved for use in Canada.

        by|Jun 7, 2022
          caret
          Q:cant seem to find a 3/4 manifold with 3/4 (4) ports are they availiable for sale online
          by|Jul 31, 2021
          2 Answers
          Answer This Question

          A:  Home Flex doesn't have that format. The only 3/4" ports are on the 1" manifold.

          by|Aug 1, 2021

            A:  Yes, I found the Home-Flex manifold (several sizes) in Home Depot’s website. My orders were delivered in just a few days.

            by|Feb 23, 2022
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            Customer Reviews

            3.4 out of 5

            • 3.4 out of 58 reviews
            • 41% recommend this product
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            Poor weld quality. Will crack and leak.
            Poor quality and thin material. The welds cracked leading to leaks. Just bypass like the others have said. Use regular pipe fittings and valves. Just threw this thing in the trash. A waste of money.
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              Horrible horrible. Failed catastrophically. The welds are inadequate. The material is substandar...
              Horrible horrible. Failed catastrophically. The welds are inadequate. The material is substandard. It literally "flexed" under pressure as seen in the photo.
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              Response from VPC, Home-Flex ExpertApr 30, 2018
              Hi Bill, Thank you for your input, but we would really appreciate some additional information in order to understand why you are so dissatisfied. This manifold is for use in our fuel gas piping system and not water. It is not approved for use with water. Unlike water, fuel gas piping systems operate at very low pressure. This manifold is rated for a maximum operating pressure of 25 psig. How exactly did you attempt to use it? How much pressure did you put in it? If possible, please give me a call (661) 257-3923 I am here from 8-5 Pacific Time M-F. Ask for Jon ValenciaPipe
                1 found this review helpful
                buy the pipe fittings you need and bypass this product
                This product is made with poor quality Korean steel, and the threads in this manifold have such poor tolerances that cause issues during installation. The brand home Flex is ideally suited for this product. When you get it home it will flex. If this product would not have failed during installation it could have saved me some time and money. I purchased this to simplify installation. I should have known better. It turned out the1/2 inch ports where the fittings and pipes I needed did not thread well into this part. Some fittings would only start one or two threads before needing a wrench to continue. This should have been my first clue. I finally attached the required valves I needed and plugged the extra holes. During installation I threaded the manifold in the gas line and during the installation of the final pipe on the far side of the manifold the main shaft of the manifold twisted. This issue was caused by the user, but if the manifold wasn't made of light gauge steel a normal level of torque wouldn't have twisted the steel main shaft. Currently the main shaft is twisted and I wont bother trying to return it due to my error. I just would like to warn any one looking to save a few minutes and a few dollars to just buy the pipe fittings you need and assemble them yourself.
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                Response from VPC, Home-Flex ExpertJan 26, 2016
                Hi Malwarebane
                I am sorry that you are not satisfied with our Home-Flex CSST manifold. It is constructed of 304 stainless steel tubing and was designed to compliment our line of Home-Flex CSST. Our system is intended to save weight over conventional Iron and galvanized pipe. The female pipe thread fittings on the ends of the run have flats on them, so they can be gripped with a wrench. Doing this eliminates twisting the main body. The outlets are manufactured to industry standards for female pipe thread. There are several possibilities that may have prevented your fittings from properly threading into our manifold. Such possibilities include using the wrong size/type fitting, damaged threads on the manifold or fitting, or the use of too much thread sealing tape on the fittings. I would like to have had the opportunity to hear more about your particular installation in order to provide some technical assistance. If there is anything that I can do assist you, please give me a call (661) 257-3923. I am here M-F from 8-5 PM Pacific time. Ask for Jon ValenciaPipe
                • DIY
                4 found this review helpful
                Now available online - you're welcome
                I determined I needed a 1 inch manifold. It is shown in the Home-Flex instructions as available. The problem was ordering something not available online without a sku. I first contacted the factory to verify it was available. Then contacted my local Home Depot plumbing Manager who contacted Home-Flex for the sku. It took 10 days but it was worth the wait - the final install looks great and is completely leak free. A few days later it shows up online for all. It's a well built unit. I used reducers to connect three 1/2 inch lines - only the furnace needed a 3/4 inch line.
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                4 found this review helpful
                • Verified Purchase
                Overall a good product: well designed and constructed. The only design defect I noticed is that the individual tap-offs are spaced so closely that the handles of adjacent valves interfere with one another if they are mounted perfectly parallel. Turning them slightly solved the problem.
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                • Verified Purchase
                Once I received the item and started to install i notice the one of the ports was cracked.
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                Response from VPC, Home-Flex ExpertDec 16, 2023
                Sorry that happened, HomeDepotCustomer - We hope you returned it to your local Home Depot for a refund or exchange. ValenciaPipe
                • Verified Purchase
                Leaked a welds are bad
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                • Verified Purchase
                I see the reason for the price. Was unable to stop any water drips. Should be high gauge material with higher price. I purchased two and both are in scrap bin.
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                Response from VPC, Home-Flex ExpertNov 1, 2023
                Hi, HomeDepotCustomer - This manifold is for low-pressure gas applications and it's not at all surprising that it leaked under a significantly higher pressure water application. This is shown in the bullet points on the hd.com product web page. ValenciaPipe
                • Verified Purchase
                Couldn't find leaks, until I realized it's this
                Buttoned everything up and tried to pressure test to 10 psi. My system wouldn't even get up to 1 psi. No obvious leaks at any of my joints. Thought it was my pressure gauge so went and bought a new one. Then I read about the bad welds and pour manufacturing of this junk online. Found that my manifold is leaking from the weld as well. Don't waste your money on this, get the cast iron one or make one yourself from T's and close nipples.
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