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Ironman

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  • Ironman earned the 500 Agrees badge.
    You received 500 Agrees. It ain't no fluke, you post great stuff and we're lucky to have you here.
    October 9
  • HVACNUT
    Hey Ironman,
    Question to you comment in, Boiler piping: leave it or change it.

    With radiant, what is striping?
    Is it losing BTU's at the end of a straight back and forth run?
    My kitchen is piped in 4 spiral loops, alternating supply and return side by side.
    September 28
    • Ironman
      Ironman
      Yes, when the delta T is too wide, you get "striping" because the end of the loop is much cooler.
  • SeanBeans
    I asked a question about how to thread a pipe in place on a thread not too long ago. You said a 700 could handle up to 2 inch... what would you use if it was say 3 inch pipe? Thread by hand?
    October 4
    • Ironman
      Ironman
      Use a "hogs head" threader driven by the 700. I'm sure you can find a video of one on YouTube. I believe the Rigid # is 4JP for the old style one.
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