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6 years 7 months ago #34075 by Mugwump
Replied by Mugwump on topic Central air line
I'm currently using the 1" hose all around with valve logs. It works well and allows for tweeking here and there. Jehmco sells the logs at a reasonable price too.

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6 years 7 months ago #34074 by mikeg2929
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i would always use some sort of permanent attachment - pipe glue is ony one.

I had several sections in my last room. I used hose barbs and 1" vinyl hose (with clamps) to connect the sections. It allowed a lot of flexibility.

otherwise, if you do glue it up, i would let it dry for a few minutes, disconnect the lines to the filters, and let it run so that it just expels the fumes into the room. I would do that for a few hours, at least.

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6 years 7 months ago #34058 by jimmyjoe
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Thanks for the advice

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6 years 7 months ago #34056 by Mugwump
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Some folks don't glue the pvc lines, for this reason...refitting the loop/line
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6 years 7 months ago #34053 by dragonkeeper
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I would not bow the fumes into your tanks.


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6 years 7 months ago #34052 by jimmyjoe
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I have a jemco air pump running my loop system. I would like to cut the loop and make it bigger when I cut into the loop will the cpvc primer and glue fumes effect the tanks ? Should I leave the air pump off a couple of hours so the glue can dry?
Thanks for your input

Jim

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