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Hello Rock,
To answer this we would need more information, like what will the probe be installed in, max & minimum temperature expected. size of the connection. Start looking on page 812 like a 4PRU1 that should get you started. You can also go on line to speak with a represenative, this should help. Thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!

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You can get a flow meter witha rtd in as well to monitor both GPM and temp or install a thermocouple in the supply line to read it. you will need a temp display if you go with a seperate rtd of thermocouple the can read 4ma- 20ma signal and read type k or J thermocouples
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You may want to look at some of the sight gauges we have on page 3849 of our current catalog number 404. This would be the best place to start. Of course you can also feel free to contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER with your specific needs and we will be happy to assist you.

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You need tempered Glass tube,,, Try your local True Value Hardware store.
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I need to run a new supply line across rocky steep terrain at 4300 ft elevation. A friend suggested an above ground install using thermal heat wrap to help avoid freezing. Do you sell such a product? If so, please provide specs and cost.
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Unfortunately we cannot provide you with an exact price quote at this time. We do have several items which may suit your needs. Please feel free to look at the selections available on page 4604 of our current catalog, number 404. After seeing the selections we have available, you may be able to see what would work best for your needs. Additionally, you can feel free to contact our Technical Support representatives at 1-800-GRAINGER.

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Try these:

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/RAYCHEM-Plug-In-Cord-Set-4DC48?Pid=search

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/RAYCHEM-Self-Regulating-Heating-Cable-4E515?cm_sp=IO-_-IDP-_-RR_VTV70300505&cm_vc=IDPRRZ1
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faucet repair

I have an outside commercial faucet that uses a key to turn on. It's valve stem is stripped out and will no longer shut of the water. I'm wondering if I could just get replacement parts from some where.
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In order to better assist you we will need additional information. Please call 1-800-Grainger to speak with a Customer Service Agent. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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For goodness sakes, buy a new faucet/hose bib! You will spend more time and money searching for a replacement that probably won't fit than it is worth. Check out the Grainger catalog. They will have what you need
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I want to install a laundry for my tenants in my bsmt
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Shedule 40 inch and half seems to lose its form with the hot water and rubber hose connections starts leaking.
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Use schedule 80
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A better choice of pipe would be schedule 80 CPVC which has a maximum temperature of 210 degrees Fahrenheit because chlorine has been added to allow higher temperatures than PVC. CPVC also has a broader chemical resistance for hot water and corrosive liquids.
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Hello,
You can use a 3 way ball valve with an "L" port configuration. In a 3/4 "L"pattern configuration use a 1PZA2.

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I don't believe there's anything on the market just exactly like what you want. In lieu of that sort of valve, you could run the pipe to a tee, and install a valve on each run from the tee. That way you could leave each closed till you needed gas in that direction and then turn that valve on, leaving the other closed.
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Do you have anything like this?
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Hello,
I previously answered this question, yes 10L517 is a Hydraulic Cement.

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No, sorry, but I've never heard of anything of that sort.
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We need additional information to assist you. Please contact our customer service department at 1-800-Grainger and request to speak with our technical product support.
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Careyle1, your question is a little too vague for a very specific answer. I'd need to know what type of floor you have and what type of piping the rest of the drain system is composed of. IF you'd care to contact me at my email address, I'll try to help you there.
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At least 150 psi but more is fine. Using on compressor.
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We carry 1/4" galvanized pipe nipples up to 12" in the plumbing section of our catalog. Please look at our 6P762, 6P767 and 6P768. We do not have the 1/4" X 36" size in our product offering at this time.

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Having no idea where you live or whether or not there is a Tractor Supply Store anywhere near you, that's where I would suggest you go look for this pipe. The 4", 9", and 10" are called nipples, while the 36" will have to be cut and threaded on the cut end, or you could make it up of 3 - 12" pieces with couplings in between. If no Tractor Supply Stores near you, look for a Menard's or Home Depot, they should also carry these fittings. Good luck.
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