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    ahu piping and motor covers what a shame

    what do you guys think i hate it when people use black pipe for everything. looks like crap after a short time. also have a picture of electricans covers just falling off....
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    i have seen 30 year old black iron and it didn't look that bad. is it damp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snupytcb View Post
    i have seen 30 year old black iron and it didn't look that bad. is it damp?
    I mean it is on a trane ahu and that piping is on a chilled water line.. Thought about switching it to brass or something. Its only some short nipples that are for draining etc.

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    i didn't realize it was on a chiller. personly i would have used brass instead of blk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snupytcb View Post
    i didn't realize it was on a chiller. personly i would have used brass instead of blk.
    its not a chiller its just a standard commerical ahu with a chilled water coil.

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    Cool

    lots of time when pipefitting we use brass for anything exposed everything else black steal for chilled water ahu's
    Last edited by Alejandro Mart; 01-21-2009 at 09:17 PM. Reason: miss spell

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    holy rusted piping batman! get some paint. lol

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