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A: This pipe is the same material used for drinking water supply, so it should be safe in your house unless you heat it excessively.
A: Just looked at the pipe i have. It is National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) rated. So, should not be a problem using for drinking water. In fact, it's safer than copper or galvanized which can both leach lead. Where PVC pipe can be a problem is outside, exposed to sunlight. UV rays tend to break it down. Hope this helps.
A: I think it is non toxic. It is code for sewer though so clean water shouldn't be running through here
A: Taken directly from the JM Eagle product warranty: "This limited warranty excludes any Product defects or failures caused after shipment by: U.V. degradation" Personal experience: Has not functionally failed but visually degrades in direct hot sunlight.
A: This will sun rot and turn brown if left out in the sun for too long. I suppose you can spraypaint it white to help protect it.
A: No, it?s not strong enough.
A: Even supported at both ends, the plastic pipe alone very likely is going to sag. If the outside properties of this PVC pipe are desirable, I would insert something rigid in the middle that fit somewhat securely, steel electrical conduit, copper pipe, or