When running CPVC supply lines for a sink, how should they be anchored before popping out of the drywall? I know with copper you can use drop ear elbows which are mounted to a backer
But with CPVC supposedly "CPVC expands and contracts more than copper tubing, especially in the hot water line. A 10-ft. piece of tubing can grow in length by as much as 1/2 in. Never butt the tubing against a framing member. Leave a gap, as shown in Photo 8, especially in a long run. Runs longer than 30 ft. require a U-shaped detour about 1 ft. on a side somewhere in the length to allow for expansion and contraction.
When drilling holes through framing members, you'll also need to give the piping some space (Photo 9) to allow the longer horizontal and vertical tubing to move."
That would seem to imply that you'd not want to have the elbow anchored to a piece of wood, yet in the picture on the page, it seems like this is exactly what they do.
What's the proper way to terminate the CPVC supply lines?