3/4" x 3/4" manifold

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Joel_R

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I am replumbing my house with PEX and would like to do homeruns using a manifold. Only issue is that my water main is 3/4" and I would like to keep 3/4" on a couple of runs.

Before I make my own manifold, does anyone know of anyone who sells a 3/4" in x 3/4" out manifold? Either copper or PEX-A, 4-6 ports would be perfect

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Would not make sense for mfr to make what you describe. You can find what makes sense: 1" manifolds with 3/4 branches
Nevertheless, it will be way cheaper to make up what you want.
Run 1' to your manifold.
 

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Yes, distance is a primary flow inhibitor, so the more 1" you have the lower resistance and better flow...of course over short distance, not much benefit between 1" and 3/4". of course pressure comes in to play on overall sizing.
 
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