|Posted by hj on November 16, 2001 at 08:11:28:|
|In response to Re: pressure on soldered pipe|
The worst thing that normally happens is that the pressure causes the pipe to rub against the wood, and, if it is a hot water pipe, it can cause various types of noises as the pipe expands and contracts.
: I installed new 1/2" copper supply lines to a new bathroom and after soldering them had to put a slight amount of pressure/torque on one to get a nailer in place for putting the floor back on. Is putting pressure on these pipes, specifically the joints, something that will be problematic? It's not a significant amount.
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