Introducing Easyflex Vectorflow – the ultimate solution for fully flexible water distribution piping systems in both residential and commercial applications. This revolutionary product offers a wide range of applications, including general plumbing water distribution systems, water heating systems, tankless water heaters, heat exchangers, and fan coil units.
Vectorflow boasts a variety of features, including faster and easier installation and maintenance, reducing labor costs. Additionally, it is resistant to corrosion and scaling, ensuring durability and longevity. With its unique design, no special tools are required, and the minimal use of Quicksnap® fittings makes installation a breeze.
For added peace of mind, Vectorflow is CSA certified and UPC NSF 61 and NSF 372 compliant, ensuring the highest levels of safety and quality.
Vectorflex CSST comes in three versions, namely stainless steel (uncoated), blue, and red polyethylene coated. The red and blue coated versions serve to distinguish between hot and cold water in a water distribution system. Similar to our Vectorflex gas CSST, this product also features a straightforward installation process that involves just three main steps: cutting, connecting, and tightening.
Easyflex manifolds designed for the Vectorflow Water CSST system are manufactured from long-lasting stainless-steel 304, which is resistant to corrosion and scaling. These manifolds come in a variety of threaded connection sizes, ranging from 1/2″ to 1″, and offer 3 or 4 ports for increased versatility.
Quicksnap Brass Fittings
The Quicksnap brass fittings designed for the Vectorflow Water CSST system utilize a semi-push fit design that removes the need for threading, welding, or gluing connections. Simply insert the fitting into the tubing and tighten – it’s that effortless. This fitting type is not only easy to install but also helps reduce labor costs while being resistant to scaling and corrosion. Furthermore, no specialized tools are necessary for installation. These fittings have received certification from IAPMO and comply with NSF 61 and 372 standards.