Can a galvanized pipe be attached to a copper pipe?

Answer Yes, this happens quite often in older houses, copper pipe can be threaded; thus one can join them and there are several fittings that can be utilized. On the other hand, copper tubing (K, L, M, a... Read More »

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How to Replace a Galvanized Pipe with Copper?

Galvanized steel pipes supply the water to many older homes, but they aren't used in new construction because they are subject to corrosion, which can contaminate the water supply and ruin the pipe... Read More »

Can you join copper&galvanized pipe together?

You can join copper and galvanized pipe, but if you connect them directly, the electrochemical reaction will cause the joint to corrode fairly quickly. To prevent this, use a "dielectric union," a ... Read More »

Is flex copper pipe permitted as a water supply pipe in California?

Flex copper pipe is permitted in California as a water supply line in both "stick built" homes and mobile homes. The lines should be at least 12 inches deep and free from any joints. If a joint is ... Read More »

What kind of welding shall i use to weld copper pipe to aluminum pipe?

Answer use duck tape it works on everything : D~~i have to agree, adhere it if you can, otherwise use a VERY low heat propane torch. Acetylene burns WAY too hot, and you won't get a good arc going ... Read More »