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pipe sleeves

jonny88jonny88 Posts: 738Member ✭✭✭
I always sleeved my pipe with steel pipe when going through weight bearing walls etc and this is how i was taught,2 pipe sizes larger.That was in nyc. Now working on long island and all I see is pvc sleeves .which practice is right?
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Comments

  • EzzyTEzzyT Posts: 63Member
    Both

    Both practices are right depending on where your working and unless the the manufacturer of the pipe states that it has to be sleeved in a certain way.
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  • gerralstuflergerralstufler Posts: 5Member
    Correct

    I think the first practice is the correct one. It is more safe and durable than the pvc sleeves.
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