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    Hi everybody,
    Is somebody know a better product than those rubber pipes with clamps (see picture) to drain condensate from stainless steel pans to copper header.
    These rubber pipes are coming off all the time now.
    Thanks
    Alex
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  • #2
    Re: condensate drain

    Hard pipe it up to an increaser coupling.

    J.C.

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    • #3
      Re: condensate drain

      hooked up thousands of a/c condensates with black 7/8'' dishwasher hose. never had 1 come loose. it's a great product as it prevents vibration from transmitting to the piping.

      how is it coming loose? how far is it shoved in?

      rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • #4
        Re: condensate drain

        I would not use the washer hose as it has a habit of deforming (decreasing the internal diameter) significantly when you make a short radius turn...

        Get yourself a roll of Tygon Laboratory Tubing R-33603 it is pretty cheap and makes great drainline it also has the added benefit of being clear so you can observe drain flow

        I have also used the reinforced Tygon beverage tubing with the same great results...

        Bill

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