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Incorporating Anaconda Vibration Elimination hose in hydronic heating system piping
I'm re-plumbing the hydronic heating system in my house. Mostly I'm just replacing Cu piping that was already there (i.e., doing a cleaner job than was done before), but I'm also replacing original, 1901-vintage cast iron piping where it had been left in place when the cu piping was installed. There are a number of places where iron pipe was still in between the ceiling joists and that pipe did not go straight through the ceiling below, the joist cavity, and to the surface of the next floor above. Instead, there were jogs in those lines. I think I can manage - with much measuring/cutting, dry assembling, test-fitting, repeat - to make up soldered replacements for these jogs, but I wonder if it'd be possible and wise to use vibration-elimination braided-cu-wire, solder-socketed hose in lieu of these made-up solid pipe jogs. The Anaconda-branded Vibration Elimination hose is what I'm considering. It was intended for high-pressure refrigeration applications, so my thinking is that it might be useable - at least wrt to pressure limits (I'd be using these hoses in 1-1/4" pipe lines) - in a hydronic heating system. The hot water side of things is what I'm not sure about. Anyone know how safe it would be to use these hoses in the way I suggest?
Thanks to the experts in advance.