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  1. Ch4 plumbing

    Ch4 plumbing Plumber GSR

    Hi Guys

    Has anyone used or been involved with this product? It has come up on a spec.
     
  2. scott_d

    scott_d Plumber GSR

    Yeah green plastic you melt with an 'iron'
     
  3. lame plumber

    lame plumber Guest

    never seen it, is it specced for a reason or has the architect just copied someone elses spec to save time as they all do, I reckon one bloke did one initially and the rest just copied his spec
     
  4. Ch4 plumbing

    Ch4 plumbing Plumber GSR

    That's the kiddie, have you used it? any concerns or problems?
     
  5. Ch4 plumbing

    Ch4 plumbing Plumber GSR

    I would imagine the reason is cost compared to LCS (install time maybe not material cost)
     
  6. scott_d

    scott_d Plumber GSR

    It needs plenty of brackets as it will sag
    Don't burn yourself too many times with the iron
     
  7. Ch4 plumbing

    Ch4 plumbing Plumber GSR

    Have you done the course?
     
  8. scott_d

    scott_d Plumber GSR

    No, was shown on site.
    It's pretty simple
     
  9. hammers4spanner

    hammers4spanner Plumber GSR

    I used it on site about 7 years ago was supposed to be the next best thing at the time.

    Cant recall it being awkward other than a set time to make the weld ,one thing i do recall tho is that the bur from the pipe use to get into valves with filters.
     
  10. oz-plumber

    oz-plumber Plumber

    We had a similar product over here.
    Make sure you read the MI's for expansion loops !!!.
    Make sure you test it to the correct pressures for a minimum of 24 hours.
     
  11. Pompeyboy

    Pompeyboy New Member

    It's good stuff, mark your weld depth cut the pipe straight. Start the fitting first weld the pipe for the right time, push the fitting and pipe together to your marked depth hold in place. Can't go wrong pal.