Rolled PEX-A

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It would take a while to get enough heat into the pipe to have much effect, and there's always the possibility of hot-spotting a section and damaging it. PEX A is supposed to be safe to heat as long as you don't actually burn it.

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It would take a while to get enough heat into the pipe to have much effect, and there's always the possibility of hot-spotting a section and damaging it. PEX A is supposed to be safe to heat as long as you don't actually burn it.

John
OK, thanks for the tips an info.
 

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It would take a while to get enough heat into the pipe to have much effect, and there's always the possibility of hot-spotting a section and damaging it. PEX A is supposed to be safe to heat as long as you don't actually burn it.

John
OK, thanks for the tips an info.
 
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