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Old 09-16-2016, 09:54 AM   #31
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Descaling CI.





Lift station (Gould Pumps).


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Old 09-16-2016, 11:26 AM   #32
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Flyout, you still pouring lead up there?

We are seeing more and more CPVC residentially down here. I was putting it in some 15 plus years ago, in adaptable 4 families. Only real issue was conversion, make sure a CPVC male into a copper or brass female. Had to wait maybe an hour on the average to re-pressurize it. Now that they have factory made conversion fittings, even easier.

Just harder to get it looking good. less noise and heat transfer. More expansion though.
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nice bunch of work!! I havent done much industrial or large commercial, and that suites me fine..me no likey heights....but putting all that big stuff together is fun...
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This one started a riot about tees on vents..
Yeah I remember this one. I never said it wouldn't work but it wouldn't be allowed here not only because of the tee's but because it is flat vented. Here we can't turn a vent horizontal until it is 6" above the flood rim level of the fixture or group of fixtures it is serving. Still great looking work.
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O come on there are more of us to show some work than this.
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Crappy pic. I was in a hurry.
Triangle tube solo 399 and a 120 gallon smart tank. Master shower flows 24 gpm, and roughly 5,000 sq ft of hydronic heat.


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From my fab drawings to the field.


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This feeds a 5 bath home with a DTS system. I think it was 26 gpm. 3 navien 240's and a 120 gallon storage tank.



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This feeds a 5 bath home with a DTS system. I think it was 26 gpm. 3 navien 240's and a 120 gallon storage tank.



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that's some sexy looking plumbing there for sure, what is that silver tank to the left of storage tank for ?
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