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Can you tell me what kind/brand of Pex this is?

knotgrumpyknotgrumpy Posts: 207Member
I tried asking the question on John's Blog on Taco's site, but Wordpress doesn't seem to be sending out log-in passwords there.



Anyway - who makes the red Pex in this picture:



http://jbblog.flopro.taco-hvac.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/eric-ZV1.jpg



Thanks,



Mark
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  • JStarJStar Posts: 2,612Member ✭✭✭
    Pex

    Rifeng?
    - Joe Starosielec
    732-494-4357 ext. 2
    jstar.HVAC@gmail.com
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  • ZmanZman Posts: 2,331Member ✭✭✭
    Pex b

    It looks like pex b.Is their any writing?

    Carl
    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
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  • IronmanIronman Posts: 2,201Member ✭✭✭
    Eric Aune

    That's Eric in the pic. Why not send him a p/m and see if he remembers?
    Bob Boan







    You can choose to do what you want, but you cannot choose the consequences.
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  • pipekingpipeking Posts: 252Member
    looks like

    BOW heatpex. my supplier has a heatpex with a red oxy barrier Made by BOW.
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  • knotgrumpyknotgrumpy Posts: 207Member
    Thanks to all

     "That's Eric in the pic. Why not send him a p/m and see if he remembers? "



    Thanks Bob, I did just that.



    Mark
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  • EricAuneEricAune Posts: 423Member ✭✭
    edited February 2013
    PEX

    The PEX pictured is MrPEX brand barrier tubing. This was the first time I used it. I like it a lot, very flexible and easy to work with. The 3/4" lines run to remote manifolds for either towel warming, in-floor or panel rads. I have used miles of Fosta PEX but the budget didn't allow for it here. I have used it many times since, solid company and great service.
    "If you don't like change, your going to like irrelevance even less"
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  • knotgrumpyknotgrumpy Posts: 207Member
    Thanks Eric!

    Their tubing is made in the Netherlands if I remember right.  LK maybe?



    Do you order it directly from them?



    Mark
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  • Solid_Fuel_ManSolid_Fuel_Man Posts: 113Member
    edited February 2013
    Mr.Pex

    is made in Sweden, at least the barrier type is.  I like it a lot, basically same to work with as Uponor.  My supplier sells it in 1,000 foot boxes, the uncoil-er is nice if you have a lot to do.  It's my favorite for slabs and the tight bends for 6" O.C.
    Always keep learning: observing what works, and what doesn't. Ask questions
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