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Is there any way you could recoat that and use it again? With the prices CSST are these days and all...









KIDDING! How stupid do you think I am? Wait, don't answer that. LOL
 

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I'm certified with Trac-pipe[omega flex] and Gas tite.It's neither of those.The other brand that I've seen in the area is ward flex.What-ever it is has a rubber/insulated washer at the adapter and a little plastic stub-out I believe,
 

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I just finished a TracPipe PSII install today, along with scotchcoat, all in 3/4

tomorrow, I run 115' of 11/4" PSII and 20' of 11/4 steel pipe.

I have heard about these freak electrical accidents, and how the electricians are improperly grounding the pipe, they need to ground the actual csst, not the plastic cover:no:


Scary if you ask me, but a real labor savor and approved!! permits on tomorrows job:yes:
 

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I won't touch Wardflex.
I've seen it rip when dragged through joists, the metal is annealed.
Gastite & Tracpipe aren't as soft...plus those graphite washers often leak on Wardflex....regardless how neat your cut is.
 
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