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  1. Plumbing Material and Products
    Hello, does anyone know where I can find either a 100% copper ball valve (no brass or bronze), or a zero-lead alternative? It will be used for baby's/children's water toys, so I don't want the risks of allowing any lead in the water. I have seen stainless steel ball valves but I'm not sure if...
  2. Plumbing Pictures
    I got a little stupid with the sawzall yesterday. Was on the wrong side when I was cutting it. My "goal" was to cut it below the hub, sweat off the brass and reconnect with a mission no hub coupling. Question: Knowing what happened, and knowing that 1. Can't touch those joists...
  3. Plumbing Code
    And people wonder why I use 3/4DUF's on water heater replacements. :blink: Even the defective thermal expansion tank, the innards of the 3/4FIP was corroded almost shut, even though the copper was not harmed. This is a legal connection in the state of KY, and I constantly see this type of...
  4. Plumbing Material and Products
    I understand that there are states that require this product instead of acidic type flux. Those of you who have to deal with the fine line between solder and burn must be quite a talent. In my area we do not have that restriction to use it and I'd be hard pressed to "adapt" to the product...
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