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Pipe cutting advice

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by rb1980, 20 Dec 2019.

  1. rb1980

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    Please someone help a newbie . I’m fitting a magnaclean and the Pipes are too close to the walk to use a pipe slice . Obv I can cut it with a hacksaw etc but will the copper filings cause issues running round the system ? Or what’s the easiest way to flush them out ? I guess I could chip the plaster away from behind the pipes at worst.
    Many thanks
     
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    Copper fillings can cause serious corrosion in steel radiators...pin holes etc.
    Knock a lump out of the wall and use pipe grips to turn the pipeslice.
     
  4. rb1980

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    Yeah that’s what I thought and obv want to avoid ! May I ask your view on where to install the magna clean ? I know it goes on the return to boiler but instructions say before the filling loop . Some have said it doesn’t matter ?
    Cheers
     
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