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Monday, August 15th 2011, 8:43pm

by grey

I just found some 160 PSI pipe today and yes I got 100 PSI poly for laterals :)
Lets the work begin! Hey, I drilled the hole in the house to route pipe from the basement outside!

Monday, August 15th 2011, 7:43pm

by Mitchgo

we use 200 psi poly for our mains and 100 psi poly for our lats. pvc manifolds

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 6:47pm

by grey

Thanks, might as well check out other place.

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 6:38pm

by Wet_Boots

depending on what kind of water hammer you will have, you might want to see if you can get 125 psi poly, just to have some wiggle room

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 3:18pm

by grey

Is this line to be continuously pressured?

yes

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 3:13pm

by Wet_Boots

Is this line to be continuously pressured?

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 10:06am

by grey

As far as I know pressure is pretty stable around here. I might check out one other store.

PVC even for deep freezes?

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 3:23am

by Wet_Boots

Above one-inch, you more likely see PVC for a main, if it's under continuous 24/7 pressure.

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 1:40am

by mike1059

psi rating

Although I prefer pvc myself, as long as there is no risk of excessive pressure surges a 100 psi rated line should be fine.

Sunday, August 14th 2011, 12:52am

by grey

Main line PSI rating

I have 60 PSI static pressure and 11 GPM. Initially I was going with 160 PSI 1 1/4" poly for main line. Then while putting an order at local supply store the guy talked me into 100 PSI pipe saying I will be fine with it. They didn't have 160 PSI in stock.
Is 100 PSI rated poly pipe safe bet in my situation?