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PEX Water Pipe Connections

Leakproof joints are made faster than soldering

Length: 6:55
Produced By: Gary Junken

Fine Homebuilding assistant editor Daniel Morrison explains some of the ways specialized fittings and unique crimping methods make PEX not "just another plastic pipe." Then Melissa Lucas, assistant art director for Fine Gardening, demonstrates a use for recycling the cut-off ends.

For more info, read the article PEX Water Pipe: is Copper on the Way Out?.

 

Video by: Gary Junken

From Fine Homebuilding180, pp. 70-75
July 1, 2006