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Ok to put Stainless Tubing in concrete?
I read plenty about the PH affects of putting copper and steel in concrete. Is there any issue you are aware of with putting stainless steel tubing in the concrete for purposes of splicing joints? Most splices will be covered with shrink tubing, but I am considering some longer splices where I just put the stainless in the concrete and just heat shrink the ends. By long, none will be longer than 12", most would be in the 6" lengths. It's 304 and I'm machining barbed ends on the stainless like sharkbite fittings.
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