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1558 Bend Radius for Polybutylene Pipe - Plumbing - Distribution Piping in the House
 
1558 Bend Radius for Polybutylene Pipe - Plumbing - Distribution Piping in the House -

Image Text: Cross section > polybutylene pipe > D (pipe diameter) > bend radius 12 x D > supported for horizontal piping should be every 32 inches according to some > floor framing > a bend radius of at least 12 times the diameter of the pipe will help prevent the pipe (especially the hot water piping) from collapsing at the middle of the bend > water meter > main shut off valve > foundation wall

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