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46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

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1/2" x 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 232525

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$12.84

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$12.84
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3/4" x 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 232526

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$16.32

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1" x 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 232527

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$23.76

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1 1/4" x 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 232528

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$29.16

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1 1/2" x 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 232529

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$34.92

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2" x 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply

SKU: 232530

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$46.80

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Food-safe, clear PVC with slight blue tint

 

These SCH 40 pipes are NSF-certified and approved for use even in human food and beverage applications. Ditch the boring white PVC and create a unique plumbing masterpiece with these high gloss, clear pipes instead. Sold in 46.5" lengths.

  • High gloss, smooth, non-printed surface
  • Corrosion and chemical resistant
  • Non-conductive
  • Close tolerances for easy bonding with fittings
  • Structurally strong
  • NSF certified / approved for use in food and beverage applications
  • Individually wrapped for protection

 

Specifications

  • 0.109" Wall
  • 46.5" Length
More Information
Product Name 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe - Bulk Reef Supply
SKU 46.5" Clear Schedule 40 NSF Pipe
PVC Connection Type Slip
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Product Questions

What kind of glue do you use on this?
Question by: Brian on Dec 25, 2021, 1:41 AM
Hi Bryan,

Thank you for your question. You can use standard PVC Glue like Weld-On 711 PVC.

Happy Reefing.
Answer by: Christian (BRS Staff) on Dec 29, 2021, 9:54 PM