|Posted by Gary on October 23, 19100 at 20:12:55:|
|In response to Re: Leaking Copper Plumbing|
Very interesting answer Bud, I am familiar with this phenomenon and have a few questions (by the way, a magnesium anode in line of the main service is a great idea).
The first obvious question is why Roberts house and not the neighbors, what makes this so selective.
Can this be put back on the developer, builder, or even the electrican. Does grounding to the cold water pipe have an effect on this.
Do underground or overhead power lines have an effect on this.
I had an occurance where the customer had well water with pin holes in the pipe, (copper still in good shape, but massive pin holes, 6 to 8 in a 8ft. section)
This leads me to believe this problem of pin holes can be minimized or foreseen, or at least point liability torward something other than a phenomenon.
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