If it’s transite cement the ferncos always drip. Take the cement truck from putting in pond overflow pipes.
Not transite, at least not any that I've ever seen. This stuff had gravel in the mix. We had to leave a section under the flagstone patio; going back to reline it with some CIPP later.If it’s transite cement the ferncos always drip. Take the cement truck from putting in pond overflow pipes.
If by Asbestos you mean Transite, which is Asbestos reinforced concrete, then yes. We have a lot of that around here. I slowly cut it with a sawzall using a coarse wood blade and have someone wet the joint with a spray bottle or pouring from a bucket. It's the one time I am okay with leaving old pipe in the trench.23 years ago, ish, I had to tie into an asbestos main in SoCal. Anyone come across that?
Why would someone use a repair saddle as a coupling between two piping maters. Sad thing is I have seen municipalities do the same thing.