When planning out one’s next outdoor project, the preferred process of providing natural gas or propane to certain outdoor appliances must be taken into consideration.
PEX tubing, also called crosslinked polyethylene, is a popular piping material for residential hot and cold water. Plumbers choose this piping material because it’s corrosion resistant, lightweight, very bendable, easy to join, and competitively priced.
True or false: A plumbing part that looks high-quality on the outside also means a high-quality product on the inside. False.
In order to maintain a set pressure in the structure or reduce the high incoming water pressure, a pressure reducing valve is often installed. While commonly known as a regulator, the pressure reducing valve provides a lower, more functional pressure for distribution to the consumer, thus protecting the water supply system in the process.
PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) tubing was invented in 1968 by a German scientist named Thomas Engle and introduced to the U.S. around 1980.
A.Y. McDonald’s commitment to providing top quality water works, pump, plumbing, and natural gas parts means our company also places great importance on following, respecting, and promoting the standards, organizations, associations, and committees that make up the industries we serve.
PEX tubing was invented in 1968 by a German scientist named Thomas Engle and introduced to the U.S. around 1980.
Maintaining proper water pressure is essential to any plumbing system within a home or building.
The water supply distribution system consists of pipelines that help get water and wastewater from point A to B.
Standards provide people and organizations with a basis for mutual understanding and are used as tools to facilitate communication, measurement, commerce, and manufacturing.