^^^ Probably cause the Anti-Freeze eats the plasticizer. It's in there it's just been absorbed by the Anti-Freeze would be my guess. I would never put that stuff in a loop.
Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL
Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE
The average push fit fittings is around £1.75
1m of 12mm copper is around £6
Its cheaper than you might think.
Im glad my guide helped you,Good luck with your build,if you want any specific help then please PM or post in the pipebending thread
The prices on the benders, cutter, and tubing is fine... and in the long run the fittings are fine too... but considering I just purchased and installed about $200 worth of Bitspower compressions in my system... I'd like to go ahead and use them for awhile.
Originally Posted by Ceadderman
I mean c'mon Mate would you want this lady mad at you?
She might be a little miffed if she knew I posted this pic but after I explained why she'd forgive. I'd have to do penance but yea...
Well, if she can get past the fact that you apparently don't ever use your furnace (or at least not enough for her it appears) then I'm sure she's forgiving enough to let a 3-4 day build slide by unnoticed.
Hahaha actually she's out there and it was 43* (46* here) out in the morning. If she's not running her heat I don't think we got anything ta worry about y'know? Might pack up my rig and take it to her place to give me something to do while she's at work. When she's not at work I think we'll be okay. without the furnace.
Besides I doubt it would hurt my tubing anymore to be in a non heated environment. But yeah no I'm not gonna cart a $2500 rig onto the plane and have Homeland flip me guff about it.
Wish I could though. How cool would that be.
~Ceadder Edited by Ceadderman - 10/28/12 at 12:28am