|Product Depth (in.)||24 in||Product Height (in.)||1 in|
|Product Length (in.)||24 in||Product Width (in.)||4 in|
|Application||Water Heater||Compatible Brand/Model||All|
|Finish Family||Silver Metallic||For Use With||Electric Tank, Electric Tankless, Gas Tank, Gas Tankless|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Pack Size||2|
|Product Weight (lb.)||2 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 Days|
A: Hi, Landlord - As long as the water heater is vented properly (Type B Vent pipe), the coating on the pipes will not melt.
A: Hi, Manny - We have found that 24" connectors are just not long enough for hybrid water heaters with bottom cold inlets and mid-tank hot water outlets. But you can measure your installation to make sure.
A: I've had absolutely ZERO problems bending this stuff 540 degrees - another words one complete loop 360°, plus another 180°. It was too long for the new configuration after I changed out tank style water heater for a tankless. I didn't feel like making a special trip to the store for a shorter set, so it's been like that for a year. Looks kinda cool, but I will eventually replace them.
A: Hi, curiousTD - The minimum recommended bend radius of this connector is 2.5".
A: Hi, diy1 - No sealant (Teflon tape or pipe dope) should be used on the threads. The seal is made at the washer-to-nipple contact, not at the male pipe thread to female pipe thread. Instructions are to hand tighten, plus 1/4 turn with a wrench. If a thread sealant is used, the fitting will most likely not be tight enough.
A: It has a rubber gasket to make a seal. Teflon tape will not work.
A: ALWAYS use Teflon Tape with you water connections !!!