Re: Pipe loads on the cheap
That's what I was talking about. But is "Fernco" a trade name? Doesn't sound like a generic term.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I think we'd better drop this anyhow, Sheriff Brock is very humorless these days, and I'm fairly
sure this joint is post-'60 . . .
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wrote:From: Schuyler Larrabee <email@example.com<mailto:schuyler.larrabee%40verizon.net> >Subject:
RE: [STMFC] Re: Pipe loads on the cheapTo: STMFC@yahoogroups.comDatesteel pipe and
concrete pipe can be joined for some non-pressure uses (drain lines, for instance) with a bandwhich is drawn tight
around the pipe. There is a specific terminology for this, but I have forgotten it, if I ever knewit to begin with.
SGLSchuyler;Trade name for those connections is a fernco. Kind of an oversized radiatior hoseclamp with a rubber
gasket between the clamp and the pipes being joined.Steve StullWinslow 7076