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Old 01-02-22, 09:49 AM   #1
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Default bringing the loops into the basement

I have been thinking on how to bring the loops into the basement and seal it up. Fernco has a product that might fit the bill.
https://www.fernco.com/products/flex...e-sleeve-seals

The temperature limit is 140 F non-consistent, I wonder if they will hold up to the loop duty in the summer cooling season? The numbers I find are up to 110 F.


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I fixed it, here it is again.
https://www.fernco.com/products/flex...e-sleeve-seals

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