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Cutting a cast iron soil pipe!

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Hal6660, 12 Jan 2008.

  1. Hal6660

    Hal6660

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    Hello, wonder if anyone can help.
    I have a cast iron soil pipe for my toilet that comes up through the floor and my toilet waste goes into. I need to remove it. I am planning to cut the pipe and join it to plastic waste by way of an adjustable coupler.
    I am going to cut the pipe with an angle grinder, but i am worried about the chards of metal coming off it and where they are gonna fly off to......What should I do........any ideas please? :D Many thanks.
     
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    Wear eye protection! :LOL:
     
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    Theres a cast iron post in the FAQs. :D
     
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