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chriselevate

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Has anyone got any experience with their EPS 400 board system please?

I’ve just laid a zone and when I got back to the manifold I cut the pipe to the right length. When I did, there was a heck of a lot of pressure built up in the 16mm pipe. Now the pressure is out of the pipe it seems the that the pipe is a lot more maluable and easier to work with. My question is... should I cut the end of the pipe before I start with my next zone or should I leave them sealed until the end?

Thanks for your help and advice on this. Photos attached.


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Tim Watts

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When I laid my JG PB pipe (clipped to celotex, then buried in screed) I cut it long, capped both ends off and slipped a bit of unslit pipe insulation over both ends to protect from scratches and damage during other operations pre plumbing.
 

ShaunCorbs

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If you can guarantee your going to keep the ends clean and the pipe free from things getting in cut it if you can't leave it
 

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