Insulated Pipe 3 Wrap, (2) 3/4 Oxygen Barrier lines and (2) 3/4" Non-Oxygen Barrier Lines
Price is per foot. Please be sure to add 5ft. on each end when measuring the distance needed for pipe.
Maximum roll length for this item is 350'. If more is needed, please call us to fulfill your order.
This product contains:
3 Wraps of Commercial Grade EPE Insulation
4" Commercial Grade Corrugated Tile
2-3/4" Oxygen Barrier PEX Red and Blue Lines
2-3/4" Non- Barrier PEX Blue and Red Lines
It is BEST if your order can be shipped to a commercial location with either a loading dock and/or forklift.
If not being shipped to a commercial location, you need to be sure the location it is being shipped to has a forklift or enough manpower to unload your shipment (the driver of the freight truck is not responsible for unloading your order, their responsibility is to bring the skid to the back of the truck for unloading).
If you require lift gate service, you are responsible for any charges associated to that service and are required to pay the freight company direct.
Be sure to inspect the shipment for damage or missing items before signing for it. If you notice a problem please refuse the delivery so it can be taken care of with the freight company.
During the expected time of delivery you will need to be at the location to accept and sign for the shipment. If for some reason you are not there when the truck arrives and it needs to be redelivered you will be required to pay the redelivery fee. Many times this can be as much as $100 so it is important that you are there when it is delivered the first time.
Please keep in mind while most trucking companies will call you ahead of time and setup an appointment, it is not mandatory for them to do this. If you require an appointment to be made for the delivery we must be notified of this at the time you place your order. We are not responsible if the truck is not on time or if the freight company does not call.
Please also realize that once your shipment has left our facility with the freight company we have no control over when they deliver it. There can be delays due any number of circumstances and we will not have prior knowledge of these delays nor any method of obtaining additional information regarding the status of your shipment. Utilizing the tracking information provided you may contact the freight company direct for additional information.
Common Questions and Answers:
Q: How deep should this be buried?
A: Only 18 to 24 inches is necessary unless it will be driven over. If it will be driven over it should be buried 3 or more feet or placed within a PVC tube or culvert.
Q: What is the string for?
A: The string which is included with every roll of insulated pipe can be used to connect a pull cord pull an electrical, thermostat, tracing wire or whatever through the corrugated tile.
Q: What is the outside diameter of the tile?
A: The 4" tile has an outside diameter of 4.7" and the 5" tile has an outside diameter of 5.7"
Q: What does "Commercial Grade Corrugated Tile" mean?
A: Our corrugated tile is DOT approved for commercial applications which means that it is thicker/stronger than other tile available to the general public.
Q: How should the trench for the insulated pipe be prepared?
A: The trench should be free of any rocks or debris. If available the corrugated tile should be surrounded by sand.
Q: What is the difference between "Non Barrier" pex tubing and "Oxygen Barrier" pex tubing?
A: Non Barrier pex tubing is used for "open" systems. Systems that are non pressurized. Those being ones that water will need to be added to periodically and that also require a type of water treatment. Oxygen Barrier pex tubing has a coating applied to the exterior of the tubing to prevent oxygen from penetrating the tubing. Oxygen Barrier pex is used for "Closed" systems. Systems that are pressurized and once filled do not require additional water to be added nor do they require a water treatment product.
Q: How is this product delivered?
A: Most likely the shipment will be delivered via semi truck. We usually use different Freight Service's for our freight shipments. For residential deliveries, the semi MUST be able to access your location easily to deliver your order. If your location is not easily accessible by semi you will need to make other arrangements (e.g. business with loading dock or meet the truck) to receive your order. The Freight company will contact you via the phone number that must be provided (usually 1 day prior to delivery) to ensure that they can deliver to your location and that someone will be available to unload and sign for the delivery. It is always best if the order can be delivered to a commercial location.
Q: How long before the order is shipped?
A: We always ship within 24 hours from when your order is placed and quite often the same day.