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Cast Iron Radiator Connector Fitting

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by Eric Johnson, May 27, 2012.

  1. Couderay80

    Couderay80 Member

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    Most circuit setters are ball valve type and have been around for along time.I agree its not the best choice but if I had to choose would go with a ball valve over a globe each and every time. In all the piping I've done over the years ball valves far out number globes, are cheaper, and dont seem to plug up as bad. Again not the best but does a good job in regulating the flow. Just ask any installer what they use to regulate the flow, ball valves far outnumber globes, at least in all the years I've been pipefitting.

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