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Posted on Pex for compressed air lines? Yes please!

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#1 posted 02-07-2018 07:25 PM

Looks good. One thing I don’t see is any drip legs. It would probably be worth putting one in at each leg to help keep moisture away from the tools. Should only be a few bucks in fittings and extra pipe.

The only thing I’d have concern over is sunlight degradation. I don’t know about Pex-Al-Pex, but for normal tubing it will break down in UV light. Since yours is not hidden, I’d be curious if it will be affected or not.

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