No one makes a pex monoflow tee.
I have a closed loop HW system that uses Monoflow tees to each fixture. The entire loop is suspended from my finished basement ceiling. I plan to finish off my basement and I want to recess the plumbing in the ceiling. I want to convert to PEX. Is there an equivalent PEX appropriate monoflow tee or do I have to stick with the copper ones? It will be annoying to switch from pex to copper so many times.
A google search does did not turn up any PEX ones either
Even the pexsupply site has only copper ones.
I am thinking that you would be best off buying a good crimper and using ring crimp connections given the number of connections.
That way all you can solder the three nipples into the T while on the workbench.
At least you don't have to solder the copper pipes in the walls or up in the ceiling
PS: To others out there (you know who you are) Don't cut the floor trusses to run pipes (Of course those kinds of people probably aren't on this forum)
Important note Ė I donít know man made laws, just laws of physics
Disclaimer: I'm a big fan of Darwin awards.
I suspect that if you run pex the restriction due to fitting turbulence will screw the whole system up.