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Sharkbite fittings' max temp vs. possible boiler temperatures?
I've come across an apparent contradiction..... background: I'm considering using oxygen-barrier PEX in an enhancement to my copper hydronic piping. My boiler manual recommends a temp setting of 200 degrees for baseboards and convectors. (I'm not running that high now). BUT www.sharkbite.com/products/brass-push-coupling says the fittings are only rated for 200 degrees F. Hmmm. That seems to imply that brass SharkBite fittings would be risky to use...... comments/experience ?