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Size:  15.3 KB sorry the photos uploaded in reverse anyways notice the water soluable flux "Rick" had to repair a leak on this prv last summer and since the bypass was piped without a prv I had to shut down the bar and hotel so the owner asked me to put one on the bypass "pressures almost 110psi, anyways im gona go put some riser clamps and reinsulate tommorow if my copper risers show up. thanks

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    Re: small job cutting in a 2.5" prv

    no need for water souble flux with propress.

    nice looking job seanny

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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      Re: small job cutting in a 2.5" prv

      I only got the 210 b but you know that maybe a 330 will be in my stocking next Christmas.. thanks Rick.

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      • #4
        Re: small job cutting in a 2.5" prv

        I have rapidly grown to love my Propress. Started with the 330 but about to stock another van with the 210.

        David

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