Connecting Copper Pipes to Galvanized Pipes?

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It is easy to connect copper galvanized pipe, you simply require plumbing tools like a dielectric fitting, a pipe wrench, hacksaw for cutting the pipe to fit, some pipe tape or pipe thread compound to cover the thread. Then use the wrench and get the spurred piece from the threads, connect the pipes and coat all the threads with tape or pipe compound and screw them together by tightening up the fitting with your wrench.
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1. Unscrew the dielectric union's central holding nut to disassemble union into its copper and steel section, as well as the rubber gasket. 2. Wrap white sealing tape clockwise around
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Electrolytic action and if the galvanized is connected to Yellow Brass as opposed to Red Brass you have dezincification.
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To solder a copper pipe you will need a propane torch and heat or sweat the pipes first with the torch. Then apply the solder and it will drawn into the joint thus cooling and creating
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Easy way to do it and to code is pex pipe. (plastic) go to your local building store and ask for it. You will be amazed how easy it is to install. all the fittings are brass and you
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