I have been unable to find a supplier of irrigation tubing within a
The other metal tubing that I have been trying to find out more about, and,
in some cases have found that they are good but expensive, are; electrical
conduit used for the stack, ie that part above the roof line ($$$$$),
industrial grade top rails for chainlink fencing, looks good but shipping
the problem for me 20ft lengthas about CA$30 a length, the last was custom
automobile exhaust tubing, comes in various sizes, can be welded together
or flared. Should be galvo on the inside as well.
The other one that took my notice was the new plastic electric
conduit. Have to use the large diameter to obtain wall thickness and donot
use the coupling, use a length of the main pipe as a splice or spint over
the joint. I was wondering about plastic welding, is that as strong as the
main pipe as it is in steel pipe welding?
Chris opr VE7HCB
At 02:45 PM 2003-03-21 -0800, Jim Hill wrote:
>Finding tubing isn't easy. I've stopped at a number of businesses in
>farming areas with little luck. plastic tubing seems to be currently used.
>However, the following store in Bakersfield CA is a good choice:
>The Irrigation Store, 4001 State Road, Bakersfield, CA 93303 661-4421 or
>800-742-7246. Their web site is: http://www.rainforrent.com/ Their web
>site shows tubing with end connections, but I thought I saw just plain
>pipe when I visited them. The web site also shows stores at other locations.
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