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bonding plastering heating copper pipe into brickwall chased. What would be best practice

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by Jonny Vee, 14 Jul 2020.

  1. Jonny Vee

    Jonny Vee

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    Hi,

    I have some heating pipe in copper which sit on a vertical chase through my internal brickwall.

    How would you normally close it dowm? Is there any special product you use to avoid any future crack?

    I was thinking to use gypsum bonding to fill up the chase on the brick and then some joint tape before the render is applied on it.

    Any suggestion?
     
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    check up on corrosion of copper pipes..
     
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    Pipe lagging/wool/felt/wrap depending on who's selling it.
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  5. a layer of duct tape around it and bond it loosely and skim over
     
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    use Denso tape. It's what it is designed for.

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  7. masking tape denso duct insulating woreva
     
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