Compressed air piping.

Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #21 by Violaine » Thu Feb 18, 2016 6:56 am

yes ding..but you do need the fusion machine...i bought one before...just ask away...
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #22 by avmanansala » Thu Feb 18, 2016 10:13 am

how much kuha mo sa fusion machine and what brand?
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #23 by Violaine » Thu Feb 18, 2016 10:20 am

its UNITEC..the same brand of PPR pipes..it is well built..there is a cheaper alternative...wassernison...but it looks not so well built.

IIRC, 3.2K...nung araw kasi...around 2K lang...sayang dipako bumili nun...pinapahiram naman kasi ng hardware pag madami ka pipes na binili eh..one week papahiram..deposit ka lang ng 2k..refundable naman pag soli.
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #24 by bigfoot » Thu Feb 18, 2016 2:20 pm

Fusion heater is around 2k, check out Yale or LYS.
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #25 by bigfoot » Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:26 am

present air piping
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #26 by bugel » Sun Mar 04, 2018 1:18 am

Parang mas maganda yata sir bf kung perpendicular ang pagka attached ng mga piping sa wall..or still work in progress pa yan? :angel:
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #27 by bigfoot » Sun Mar 04, 2018 1:41 pm

bugel wrote:Parang mas maganda yata sir bf kung perpendicular ang pagka attached ng mga piping sa wall..or still work in progress pa yan? :angel:



Nasobrahan sa inclination, dapat 1 feet drop for very 10 feet length lang, para yung tubig sa dulo. Effective naman so as usual, katamaran, hindi ko na binago.
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #28 by balarila » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:04 pm

I wonder if HDPE pipes/hoses can be used, too.

For water service connections in our company, we use HDPE pipes and they come in long rolls. Connection can be through butt fusion or electrofusion. Pipes are rated at around 150psi upwards (depending on thickness).
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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #29 by joey81 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:36 pm

The Air-Pro™ piping system is specifically constructed and extensively tested for safe operation in compressed air applications. Air-Pro™ offers a reliable system with the many advantages of thermoplastic construction such as convenient light-weight material; fast, flexible and cost efficient installation; minimal system pressure drop; scale, pit and corrosion resistance; and longer service life in tough environments. Because it is High Density Polyethylene, this product has also been successfully used in process piping systems

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Re: Compressed air piping.

Unread post #30 by balarila » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:04 pm

Great. So HDPE can work.
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