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Old 07-31-2018, 01:55 PM   #11
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In that case, all the replies you got were in jest until you posted an intro.

As for hangers for pex and cpvc they are all going to be strong enough but if you want specifics than search your code real well. It may refer to another code book that probably only engineers will have.
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Old 07-31-2018, 04:56 PM   #12
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Thanks, Tango. That's what I saw. No references in either IPC or UPC on the holding power of the talon clamps, either in the plastic or the nail.
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Plastic water pipe = 1 meter min.
Unless your doing chin ups on the pex it will hold just fine.
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Ban this guy, another spammer tactic.

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Ban this guy, another spammer tactic.

take it easy buttercup; we wouldnt want u to blow a gasket; ive forgotten more than u know. calling for a ban is a silly kinda thing
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Ban this guy, another spammer tactic.

Spammer or not, he / she sure is one hungry little troll.
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can you elaborate on that????
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I wonder if he is a present or past member. Who knows?.....we've had members take on new personas and stir things up with insults.


We have software in place that lets admin. and the moderator staff know when someone logs in under multiple user names. Every now and then someone will trip it.
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If your code doesn't specifically address thee issue, then refer to manufacturer's installation instructions. One thing we are careful of is not combining parts and pieces from different manufacturers. That can potentially void a warranty in case of a failure.
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