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    Default Re: The supposed final word . . .

    Nice link Aaron,

    Much appreciated, good read for the morning coffee



    Stephen


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    Default Re: The supposed final word . . .

    After reading the executive summary and its conclusion I still don't see any decisive recommendations. So the question remains: if we are operating within our SOPs do we call out all unbonded CSST or not?


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    Default Re: The supposed final word . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Bunzel View Post
    After reading the executive summary and its conclusion I still don't see any decisive recommendations. So the question remains: if we are operating within our SOPs do we call out all unbonded CSST or not?


    //Rick
    I don't know your SOP, but it is prudent to defer to the manufacturer's installation instructions which requires bonding, as does 2411.1.1.

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    Default Re: The supposed final word . . .

    I've been letting people know they have it whether it is bonded or not ever since it hit the news. It doesn't even appear that bonding is viewed as a unilateral fix, just something that helps.

    "It takes a big man to cry. It takes an even bigger man to laugh at that man". - Jack Handey

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