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Watts onyx tubing

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Greg_23
Greg_23 Member Posts: 22
Hey Mark, dont know where you heard this but it isn't true. I've sold miles of it and never a problem.

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  • mark_103
    mark_103 Member Posts: 7
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    watts onyx radiant tubing

    If you don,t already know, I installed a radiant system using onyx tubing,one of my supplier's told me the onyx has a white powdery substance, inside the tubing and should be purged for a long time to get rid of it.I looked over that installation manual from front to back and read nothing about this.also took the class about it.Have anyone of you guy's herd of this? or is my supplier,supplying a differnt kind of white powder? Mark
  • A.J.
    A.J. Member Posts: 257
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    onix poweder

    never heard of anything like that.
  • EJW_3
    EJW_3 Member Posts: 69
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    Onyx

    It does seem "dusty" white sometimes. I think it is a product used during the manufacturing of the tubing. Dont worry about it.

    EJW
  • [Deleted User]
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    Talcum powder...

    comes to mind. Not sure if it was this product or another, but I do remember something about talcum powder as a form release agent. But it was on the outside of the product as I remember. You should be purging the "crap" out of your systems anyway. And you should be inducing a corrosion inhibitor/rubber conditioner as well...

    But thats yust my $0.02 worth :-)

    ME

  • scott markle_2
    scott markle_2 Member Posts: 611
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    conditioner

    any recommendations on a rubber conditioner?
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    Rhomar

    is compatible to rubber and plastic and metals.

    ME
  • sean_26
    sean_26 Member Posts: 22
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    how much are you sell the onix per ft?
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