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Got a question for you Bundy... are those copper fittings just as strong as the other fittings or are they "softer"? Copper tends to be a bit more malleable than other materials.
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There's all "kinds" of copper. Hard, soft, work hardened...
 
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Originally Posted by Kahbrohn View Post
Got a question for you Bundy... are those copper fittings just as strong as the other fittings or are they "softer"? Copper tends to be a bit more malleable than other materials.
normally they have common core and what changes is plating

e.g. see here fittings with different finish
so that way they have same mechanical characteristics


Edited by oc_geek - 6/3/11 at 10:23am
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I just seen you changed you post so I figured I would take down the quote, I don't know if I can edit all posts so others will most likely not get what I was talking about

I thought it was a good question if he is using clamps
Edited by Bradford1040 - 6/4/11 at 8:38am
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If you're clamping hard enough to crush the fittings...
 
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If you're clamping hard enough to crush the fittings...
I never have done that, but I still don't ever find any question funny other than a question not asked and you find out that if you had you could of saved your self a big problem! Plus if he is using the fancy aluminum clamps they have a sweet spot for not leaking. I have seen some that needed to be super tight and others that were just fine at normal tightness! Now if the fittings were died thin and also being soft you could crush it, not likely but possible

I am not looking to pick a fight just don't like to see people pick on others for asking a question. What might be simple to understand for some might be hard for others, that is the reason for forums in the first place, it is a place to ask your peers questions no matter how small

EDIT : sorry if this dose not make sense now but it did before, other edits in thread made this kinda obsolete
Edited by Bradford1040 - 6/4/11 at 8:41am
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I am missing the joke? I thought it was a good question if he is using clamps
Exactly my thought...

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There's all "kinds" of copper. Hard, soft, work hardened...
Was not aware of this. Someone had already PM'ed me saying to look at how hard penny's were but then I corrected them by pointing out the fact that penny's are in fact not copper. They are merely copper coated/colored zinc. Perhaps those fittings are not 100% copper then?

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If you're clamping hard enough to crush the fittings...
I use the screw/band type clamp. You could crush a fitting and not even realize it as your are doing so until it's a bit too late.


Lastly... I am just curious. That's all!
Edited by Kahbrohn - 6/3/11 at 7:23am
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I'm fairly sure those are just brass fittings with a copper finish/plating.
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