On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 16:32:58 -0800, "ted harris"
......and in reply I say!:
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hmmmmm...Not easier, but how many facts have been discovered because
somebody acted on a hunch or followed up a guess?
As long as the guess is presented clarly as one, there should be lots
of room for them.
I say this as somebody who continually gets pissed off with my wife.
She, apparently is Intuitive, and I am Sensate. She makes AN answer,
while I stand around and try to find out THE answer. We both get it
I haven't seen any information of flow rates either. However, the bore
is the same smoothness as PVC so the is very little friction to slow
it down, certainly smoother than pipe.
Advertising blurbs from a number of companies found during a google
claim higher flow rates - without giving specific details.
Brian, I have tested the lines over two days and nights at 150psi. It
has dropped two pounds and I am wondering if that may be due to
temperature/settling of the new lines.
Greg (who is rather happy so far)
Where I work we do hydronic floor heat with PEX tubing. When pressure
testing it the tubing will expand slightly. Also temperature changes will
effect the pressures too.
If you have had 150 PSI in it for 48 hours and only dropped 2 PSI, it ain't
We do gas piping too. The inspections department requires a 10 minute test
at 25 PSI with NO drop.
Trust me, you have it covered!
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