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Old 09-05-2012, 07:56 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by AirHeadsRus View Post
I use Pex B. You may want to check They don't seem to think a lot of Pex A. Types of PEX tubing (A, B, C). Choosing the right brand of PEX for your project..
I think I'll stick with B,
Anytime you need the lines to be very flexible, PEX "a" is the way to go. They clearly state that in the info. If you don't need it to be flexible, choose what ever works.
If you have PEX "a" and PEX "b" next to each other you can see that the flexibility is like night and day between the two.

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