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  • What are the common connection methods of stainless steel compression pipe fittings

    What are the common connection methods of stainless steel compression pipe fittings

    Compression-type stainless steel pipe fittings have been proved to be more suitable for thin-walled stainless steel water pipe official website systems, and because the installation process is quick and simple, and the impact resistance is relatively high, they are widely used. So what are the commo... read more

    Aug 12,2021 News
  • Insiders share the advantages and disadvantages of using PPR water pipes and stainless steel water pipes

    Insiders share the advantages and disadvantages of using PPR water pipes and stainless steel water pipes

    Now, owners are careful and careful when installing water pipes, because water pipes have the characteristics of "small investment and large losses". What is small investment? Estimated according to the proportion of household decoration investment, it accounts for about 2.0%. What is a big investme... read more

    Aug 05,2021 News
  • Development prospects of thin-walled stainless steel pipes

    Development prospects of thin-walled stainless steel pipes

    In the history of the development of water supply pipelines for Chinese construction, it has experienced the evolution process from galvanized steel pipes-plastic pipes (PP-R)-composite pipes-to copper pipes and stainless steel pipes. Among them, galvanized steel pipes occupied a major position for ... read more

    Jul 29,2021 News
  • Prefabricated chimney units

    Prefabricated chimney units

    Masonry chimney units cannot be easily added to many existing homes and are not practical in some new home designs. A prefabricated metal chimney unit may be the best choice for wood stoves or fireplaces in these homes. Prefabricated chimneys are easier to erect than masonry units, and although mate... read more

    Jul 22,2021 News
  • Smoke moves up the flue in a swirling pattern

    Smoke moves up the flue in a swirling pattern

    Flue The opening in the chimney through which smoke passes is called the flue. To provide adequate room for smoke passage and draft development, flues must be carefully sized in relation to stove capacity and chimney height. In general, flue size should be 25 percent larger than the size of the stov... read more

    Jul 15,2021 News