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Lead Free* Flexible Reinforced PVC Water Supply Connectors for Ice Makers

Lead Free* Models Available



1/4 in. (8mm)


Series LFCIC-P Flexible Reinforced PVC Water Supply Connectors for Ice Makers are used in residential & commercial applications, specifically for hookups to the ice maker water supply on refrigerators. They provide protection from vibration and bursting under extreme pressure surges. Series LFCIC-P consists of PVC tubing jacketed with polyester knitted nylon, protective PVC outer layer, and permanently attached, brass, compression end fittings. Available lengths: 6, 10, and 20 ft. NSF and UPC listed.The LFCIC-P features Lead Free* construction to comply with Lead Free* installation requirements

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*The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable water contains less than 0.25% of lead by weight.

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