rd. In this video we will explain why that is.
PEX pipes have been used for quite a long time. It was originally developed in Germany in the 1960’s. It’s gained a lot of attention since then. One of the primary reasons of this is how inexpensive it can be. Also, it is less expensive and easier to install.
One of the main advantages of PEX is how it can bend. A single , long strand PEX can be bent while it runs along the ceilings and walls. It’s simple to place inside. When using copper or PVC elbows, they must be employed to bend the pipe. Also, they are susceptible to drops in pressure. PEX system are not subject to the same drop in pressure. There is also much lesser water hammer when using PEX pipes compared with traditional piping.
Another major benefit for PEX pipe is that it is flexible. That means that pipes are a lot more resistant to bursts in cold climates. Further, PEX pipes do not accumulate calcium deposits like traditional pipes do.