My only personal experience working with unions was in a pulp mill, in a different century. There’s no such thing as hidden piping in a pulp mill.
Do they sometimes leak as they get looser as they warm and cool? Best. Bruce Verhei > On Feb 13, 2018, at 21:43, Douglas Hicks <fire...@eoni.com> wrote: > > I don’t know about water, but gas piping is not allowed to have unions hidden > in a wall. > > From: Matt Grise > Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 8:16 AM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: RE: threaded union fitting - follow up > > Just to follow up with this – after reviewing with the code inspector, it was > the plumbing code requirement they were thinking of – not applicable to > sprinklers. (I know you all have been on pins and needles!) > > Matt > > > From: Matt Grise > Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2018 1:33 PM > To: 'email@example.com' > <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: threaded union fitting > > I recently had an inspector say that all threaded union fittings must be > accessible (access panel provided for union behind sheet rock). I have hear > that this is a requirement for domestic water piping, but I have never heard > about this for fire sprinklers. Does this ring a bell with anyone? > > Thanks! > > Matt > > _______________________________________________ > Sprinklerforum mailing list > Sprinklerforum@lists.firesprinkler.org > http://lists.firesprinkler.org/listinfo.cgi/sprinklerforum-firesprinkler.org > _______________________________________________ > Sprinklerforum mailing list > Sprinklerforum@lists.firesprinkler.org > http://lists.firesprinkler.org/listinfo.cgi/sprinklerforum-firesprinkler.org
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