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Wednesday, August 6th 2003, 4:05pm

by Rays Sprinklers

answered in the other post!

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Wednesday, August 6th 2003, 3:02pm

by DIYer

Poly Pipe - NSF or non NSF

Does it matter if my poly pipe is NSF (National Sanitation Foundation)certified?

I hired an irrigation company to pull my poly pipe. When they told me that they could get a better price on 1" 100 PSI poly pipe than I can, I agreed to have them obtain it for me. However, when they dropped the 300' roles off, I noticed they are all "NON-NSF" 100 PSI poly pipe.

I thought I heard somewhere that if the poly pipe is not NSF certified, the wall thickness throughout the pipe may not be consistent.

Any comments would be appreciated.

P.S. I live in the East Coast (NJ) freesing conditions and am paying about $37 / 300' role

Thanks,
DIYer