|Posted by hj on March 28, 2004 at 20:38:44:|
|In response to Re: Securing brass pipe|
No. Even if there were moisture present, any reaction would be against the steel strap, not he brass pipe. But since brass pipes and valves can be attached directly to steel pipes, the straps can be also.
: Can threaded brass pipe (3/4", 1", etc) be secured with galvanized straps? Are there corrosion issues? I want to use only solid, pre-formed brackets and not plumbers tape. Copper straps for tubing the next size up are too loose and are not an option. This is for a remodel where the brass risers are staying in place but need to be secured better than they were (tied with wire to the wire-mesh plaster lath).
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