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    nice manifold

    This isnt my work but its nice. Its at a house I am working on the geothermal and duct work.
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    Holy Jesus, I want to work a couple of days with the guy who did that. That is b-u-tiful!

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    wow. that shows alot of time and even more pride. very nice.

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    With 3 big boilers and all that beautiful piping, I'd call it a mansion not a house

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    look like union work for some union compines.
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    That is pretty damn nice work.

    Are those ProPress FIttings on the copper?

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    None of that was difficult... just zapped them with a pro-press....... but seeing everything layed out so well and properly supported is very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    With 3 big boilers and all that beautiful piping, I'd call it a mansion not a house
    I think the house is about 22,000 square feet. There are 12 geo thermal units, and probably 30 to 40 radiant zones but some of those are towel bars, shower walls and under tubs. The link below is a pic of the house when it was under construction and they decided they didn't like how close to the road it was so they moved it back about 100'.
    http://www.davisbuildingmovers.com/p...lery&UID=10063

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    Looks like an industrial installation. Given the size of the property... it's not far off.

    I'd think the way the piping hangers were done will make it hard to install insulation.

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    That's awsome work, but what's even more amazing is that someone could not only afford to build a place like that but also abandon a brand new foundation and spend the $ to move the joint! - Mind boggling. More power to 'em I guess if it keeps the economy rolling.
    Remember, some poor fool has to work on what you install someday, and it might even be you.

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    You think with all the money spent on those mechanicals, they could have bought a label maker to label those zones. Very nice and neat work.

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    yeah that is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I agree


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    Mmmmm coffee.

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