Vince, I see that you actually posted this reply a while back and someone bumped this thread back to the top.302/Z28 said:Outrageously expensive would be more like it. Just use cold water pipe PVC, it is rated to 450psi. Take extra special care with the glue joints.
I'll just list some of the info I have been reading.S10xGN said:Hmmm, mine's all CPVC lines throughout. Been that way since 1987... So what's the nix on plastic?
Old Fool said:I have arrived at a job site to fix an "air leak" and low and behold what did I find, a blown out section of garden hose ran across the rafters linking 2 areas together, ROFLOL!
This is one of the few times that I've seen Galvanized sched 40 mentioned as the best option.Old Fool said:...Galvanized sched 40 is a the best option, but slow to work with and requires specials tools.
Black iron pipe is also an option, but the moisture will start rusting on the id and that will head right to your end use device.
Type L copper is also a good option, more expensive, but easier to work with and requires only a turbo torch and tubing cutter...
Good choice, it will last nearly forever.Sanctifier said:This is one of the few times that I've seen Galvanized sched 40 mentioned as the best option.
I usually read that copper is better. I can't afford copper so I'm using Galvanized sched 40 for my new ToyRoom in a couple months.
Thanks for the advice.
Old Fool said:I know of NO reason why copper would be better, easier yes, better no, imho.