asdadsad

  • asdadsad lavede en statusopdatering 2 måneder, 1 uge siden

    Copper pipe often is used in both hydronic and domestic applications, especially for 2-in. and smaller pipe sizes. However, some contractors propose replacing galvanized steel domestic-water pipe with copper up to 6-in. in size, especially in the Midwest. Copper is an expensive material but has the advantage of weighing less than steel and may…[Læs mere]

  • asdadsad lavede en statusopdatering 2 måneder, 1 uge siden

    Galvanized steel pipe has all the advantages of steel pipe, and is used in insulated and coated piping, plus improved corrosion resistance in most environments, although at a slightly higher cost. Galvanizing works almost perfectly in applications where it is wetted and dried periodically (e.g., road signs and guard rails). It can fail in…[Læs mere]

  • asdadsad blev registreret som medlem 2 måneder, 1 uge siden