I have found that unglued PVC will be infiltrated, first by water, and then
by roots, at least with respect to sewage lines I have had to repair, so I
expect it could happen eventually with any buried PVC that wasn't glued...
On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 1:37 PM, Vincent Weal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Do the sections have to be glued? There's no pressure on them and they
> usually have a pretty tight friction fit.
> 73, Vince K4JC
> On Oct 24, 2011, at 10:51 AM, "Steve Jones" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I'm about to place a number of 150' Sched 40 PVC conduits between my
> > shack
> > and new tower. I want to end up with small 200 lb. stength nylon
> > twine in
> > each conduit, then use that small twine to pull through a larger
> > 1/4" nylon
> > rope for the actual cable pulls.
> > Should I use a fish tape to pull through the small twine as I glue
> > on each
> > additional section of conduit? I'm concerned about the PVC cement
> > sticking
> > to the nylon twine. Or is there an easy way to install the small
> > twine
> > after a whole 150' run of conduit is completely glued together?
> > 73,
> > Steve
> > N6SJ
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