Pipe support for commercial applications

PEX-a Pipe Support is available in sizes up to 3½ in. for suspended piping applications in commercial plumbing and hydronic distribution piping systems.

09/18/2014


PEX-a Pipe Support is available in sizes up to 3½ in. for suspended piping applications in commercial plumbing and hydronic distribution piping systems. Courtesy: UponorUponor now offers its PEX-a Pipe Support in sizes up to 3½ in. for suspended piping applications in commercial plumbing and hydronic distribution piping systems. Uponor PEX-a Pipe Support is a galvanized steel channel that provides continuous support of PEX in suspended piping applications, enabling hanger spacing similar to that of copper or steel pipe. The product is available in 9-ft lengths for PEX pipe sizes and comes with nylon-coated, stainless-steel strapping to secure the pipe to the support.

Uponor

www.uponor.com 



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