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John

  • If you go to the PEX website, they tell you their product is not rated for air, so why would you do this and jeopardize safety? I have been in the air compressor industry for 14 year, and I will put up nothing other than aluminum piping. It is light weight, corrosion resistant, and looks really good. If you need help, feel free to message me.…[Read more]

  • If you go to the PEX website, they tell you their product is not rated for air, so why would you do this and jeopardize safety? I have been in the air compressor industry for 14 year, and I will put up nothing other than aluminum piping. It is light weight, corrosion resistant, and looks really good. If you need help, feel free to message me.…[Read more]

  • If you go to the PEX website, they tell you their product is not rated for air, so why would you do this and jeopardize safety? I have been in the air compressor industry for 14 year, and I will put up nothing other than aluminum piping. It is light weight, corrosion resistant, and looks really good. If you need help, feel free to message me.…[Read more]

  • If you go to the PEX website, they tell you their product is not rated for air, so why would you do this and jeopardize safety? I have been in the air compressor industry for 14 year, and I will put up nothing other than aluminum piping. It is light, corrosion resistant, and looks really good. If you need help, feel free to message me.

    Stay away…[Read more]

  • @maukarunner I have no idea why my post was deleted.

  • I recently did a install in my garage for my compressor. Found a product by the name AIRnet. No special tools needed, and they cover a range from 3/4″ to 6″, 3/4″ & 1″ worked just fine for what I needed. The stuff was pretty slick and all I needed was a cordless drill for mounts, and a copper tube cutter and deburring tool. The fittings up to 2″…[Read more]

  • I recently did a install in my garage for my compressor. Found a product by the name AIRnet. No special tools needed, and they cover a range from 3/4″ to 6″, 3/4″ & 1″ worked just fine for what I needed. The stuff was pretty slick and all I needed was a cordless drill for mounts, and a copper tube cutter and deburring tool. The fittings up to 2″…[Read more]

  • I recently did a install in my garage for my compressor. Found a product by the name AIRnet. No special tools needed, and they cover a range from 3/4″ to 6″, 3/4″ & 1″ worked just fine for what I needed. The stuff was pretty slick and all I needed was a cordless drill for mounts, and a copper tube cutter and deburring tool. The fittings up to 2″…[Read more]

  • I would recommend using anything other than plastic pipe for compressed air. I myself have worked in many compressor installations, and going plastic is the last thing I would do (yes i have had it explode in my face). I bought a product called AIRnet for my garage. It was easy to install, and the price was reasonable.

    Check it out. I’ll try to…[Read more]

  • I would recommend using anything other than plastic pipe for compressed air. I myself have worked in many compressor installations, and going plastic is the last thing I would do (yes i have had it explode in my face). I bought a product called AIRnet for my garage. It was easy to install, and the price was reasonable.

    Check it out. I’ll try to…[Read more]

  • I would recommend using anything other than plastic pipe for compressed air. I myself have worked in many compressor installations, and going plastic is the last thing I would do (yes i have had it explode in my face). I bought a product called AIRnet for my garage. It was easy to install, and the price was reasonable.

    Check it out. I’ll try to…[Read more]

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