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Old 09-14-2010, 06:39 PM   #1
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I wish to introduce the pp pipes and when I have approached plumbers with this heat socket fusion technology they are amazed by how the system works ,but are reluctant to change to this new system.

What is the scary deal, the system is easy to work, clean, 100% leak proof joints, no toxic chemicals,pressure rating 232psi and above,tool is affordable,
price -cost effective compared with cpvc.

why do a new better system which the rest of the world is using since the 1990,why in USA its still very slow in the market?


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