Rerun of Heat Runs
Here, in this chapter, you are able to see three common cases where a “heat run jumper” is situated in the place where you are planning to nail drywall to the joists or a drop ceiling is going to be suspended tight to the joists:
6” pipes, Single sheeting, From round to oval 90*, Flat-oval 90*, Silicone, ½” screws.
Red aviation snips, Green aviation snips, Replaceable-blade snips, Cordless drill, Tape measure, 12” Folder
Crimpier, Magic marker, Caulk gun, Hand simmers.
In order to better organize an explanation of the execution of this project I would like to divide it into several steps:
Step #1 – Disassemble a “heat run”
The problem with this particular heat run is that after carpenters built the drop it became impossible to unscrew the pipe from the take-off.
Therefore, because of that as the first thing a “jumper” should be taken apart...
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