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    have a brand new customer trying to finish up his multi million $$$ home under construction the last 2.5 years. before it can get signed off the cities public works inspector has to witness a live sewer inspection.


    the 4'' line runs out a rear easement and crosses under 2 different properties before transitioning to 6'' vcp and then connecting to the cities 8'' vcp pipe.


    my cs6 and rm200 all battery powered made the job a breeze and was enough to impress the inspector that the pipes was still in good enough condition to pass. which then turned into a conversation about the hi tech equipment I was using. of course he's never seen anything like this before. but then again, he's never met me before


    rick.
    Last edited by PLUMBER RICK; 03-21-2014, 10:47 PM.
    phoebe it is

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    Re: cs6 and rm200 impresses the public works inspector

    what's "vcp" ?
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    ... it was plumbed by Ray Charles and his helper Stevie Wonder

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      Re: cs6 and rm200 impresses the public works inspector

      VCP=Vitreous Clay Pipe=clay tile pipe

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        Re: cs6 and rm200 impresses the public works inspector

        Originally posted by Swade Plumbing View Post
        VCP=Vitreous Clay Pipe=clay tile pipe
        thanks. we dont get so technical out here. lol
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        ... it was plumbed by Ray Charles and his helper Stevie Wonder

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          Re: cs6 and rm200 impresses the public works inspector

          Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
          have a brand new customer trying to finish up his multi million $$$ home under construction the last 2.5 years. before it can get signed off the cities public works inspector has to witness a live sewer inspection.


          the 4'' line runs out a rear easement and crosses under 2 different properties before transitioning to 6'' vcp and then connecting to the cities 8'' vcp pipe.


          my cs6 and rm200 all battery powered made the job a breeze and was enough to impress the inspector that the pipes was still in good enough condition to pass. which then turned into a conversation about the hi tech equipment I was using. of course he's never seen anything like this before. but then again, he's never met me before


          rick.

          This is a great story, Rick! Thanks for sharing!
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