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    Default Pull Stop Box Recomendations?

    Any experience with these? I considering for powder room remodel where I need to redo the plumbing.

    http://pullstopbox.com/

    Louis

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    They write a good proposal, but what happens 4 years from now when they stop making them due to lack of response, and you need a replacement valve? There have been many "improved" stop valve ideas over the years and few of them are still aroung, and some that are should NOT be, such as the Acor push/pull valve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    They write a good proposal, but what happens 4 years from now when they stop making them due to lack of response, and you need a replacement valve? There have been many "improved" stop valve ideas over the years and few of them are still aroung, and some that are should NOT be, such as the Acor push/pull valve.
    Thanks! This is the kind of input I was looking for.

    I was also trying to figure out how to install this with a hammer arrester and I see no way to do it with the convention top mount approach.

    Louis
    Last edited by Mathelo; 12-19-2012 at 03:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathelo View Post
    Thanks! This is the kind of input I was looking for.

    I was also trying to figure out how to install this with a hammer arrester and I see no way to do it with the convention top mount approach.

    Louis

    Hi, I am the regional rep for LSP and the Pull Stop Box. We have had some great success with the Pull Stop Box and it continues to grow in popularity. With all the great success I do not see the valve going away and becoming obsolete. To answer you water hammer question. Most plumbers are installing the arresters in the rough (see the pic). We are are also just about ready to launch our "Flex Arrester" which is a water hammer arrester integrated into the supply line! We are very excited about this. Here is the link http://www.lspproducts.com/docs/prod...exArrester.pdf or http://www.lspproducts.com/main.asp?pID=1



    Here is a nice shot of some new construction
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