Water Supply Flex Lines
Water Supply Flex Lines are traditionally flexible hose type tubes or pipes. They are used to connect both plumbing fixtures like taps, as well as appliances like washing machines, to the rigid, inflexible copper or steel water supply piping of your home. They are often used for places that don’t have the space available for traditional rigid pipes. They connect to a shut-off valve where you can turn the water supply off at the fixture itself.
Water Supply Flex Lines are available in many different sizes – referring to the diameter of the plumbing fitting connector needed at the end – and lengths. They are made from a wide variety of materials depending on their function.
Elson produces water supply flex lines made out of PEX piping as part of its Elson BUSHPEX plumbing system. Manufactured from high-density, cross-linked polyethylene plastic, the PEX water supply lines are incredibly flexible. It is capable of connecting straight from your main water line straight to the individual tap, toilet, shower and more without any connectors needed.
Contact us today to find your nearest distributor of Elson water supply flex lines.
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Elson Water Supply Flex Line Features
All Elson Water Supply Flex Lines products are manufactured at our ISO 9001 Quality accredited manufacturing facility and meet all relevant Australian and New Zealand Watermark standards.
Our water supply flex lines have the following features that give your plumbing project a distinct advantage:
Why Choose Elson Water Supply Flex Lines?
Our water supply flex lines are easy to install.
There is no need to braze, weld or solder anything. This results in you saving money overall, due to it having fewer fittings and connections. It is possible for one single length of PEX pipe to connect your upstairs tap straight to your main water supply pipe downstairs and minimising leaks as a result.
Find Your Nearest Distributor
Contact Elson Australasia PTY LTD to find your nearest distributor or to apply for a distribution licence