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Lead wiping

Hi all- I am looking to take the master plumbing exam for the town of Hempstead. Would anyone be interested in teaching lead wiping privately?

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  • bovidebovide Posts: 161
    good luck

    Good luck with your exam.

    Try "The Master Plumber's School" in SI

    Maybe Emmanuel Troise can hook you up also.
  • MarleykidMarleykid Posts: 5
    Lead wiping

    Thanks- traveling that far is an issue, I have done lead wiping before, just think 1 or 2 good lessons would make me a lot calmer going into the exam.
  • Which State

    Still requires lead wiping?

    Thanks, Bob Gagnon
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  • AlexSAlexS Posts: 69
    NY

    Plumbing is licensed locally here on Long Island... Im surprised Hempstead still wants to test lead wiping...  Havent seen anyone with their own little lead pot on a job site... EVER!



    It's all PVC, and occasionally no-hub. 
  • I Did A Lead And Oakum Job

    About 5 years ago, I'm wondering if we are going to have to take out all that lead in the future, like lead paint.

    Thanks, Bob Gagnon
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  • jonny88jonny88 Posts: 1,139
    lead wipe

    I took a class a few years back.It was through Bosces if I remember correctly.I will look for info for you,if they dont have class anymore I can show you(at least what I remember).
  • j aj a Posts: 1,414
    gas

    Not often but on occasion I come accross lead wiped gas piping,inside risers as well as inside fit….glad I am a plumber as well, we used to do them quite often on main water feeds….It to is a lost art I may have a old booklet I can scan and post good luck Now if 8 + 1 = 9 you will see this post…..
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