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Chlorinated PolyVinyl Chloride (CPVC) is a close cousin to PVC, but it has a higher temperature tolerance, making it suitable to carry hot water. Commonly used for indoor water lines. Use with the [plumbing] and/or [pipes] tags

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Are water lines required to be secured to the wall at the point of exit?

There are several water supply lines made of CPVC that do not appear to be secured behind the wall at the point of exit (to supply water to a fixture). Are there any building codes regarding securing ...
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PEX / CPVC leak-test

The leak check includes a visual self-inspection of each end of a pressurized new PEX pipe. The PEX is to be piped into existing CPVC: the plan is to leak-check every 12 hours. How many days should ...
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3/4 Inch CPVC Pipe Run Underground - Low Pressure

I tied into a water line that was capped off in my crawlspace. It is a CPVC water line that used to run to a sink in a utility room of my home. Water pressure when the line was connected was just as ...
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The right size of my cpvc pipe

I have a leaked cpvc pipe and I asked a question the other day. bathroom pipe joint leakage behind the ceiling tiles, now I am searching a new pipe for replacement, I thought the pipe is 3/4", as ...