I ran across this article a while back and have been bird dogging it ever since. The article doesn’t clearly address the issue of identification, so I know it’s hard to comment on this question specifically, but have any of you run across what appears to be prematurely failing Chinese manufactured copper piping? If so, is it enough of a concern at present time to disclose this in a report? Any other comments, thoughts, concerns?
Here is the article http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/2/prweb9173071.htm
As I do in the majority, if not all of my posts, it’s important for me to point out that I work for a company that specializes in the replacement of defective and or aged pipes and components. Many of you have actually made use of some of our websites including both http://www.polybutylene.com and http://www.sagewater.com. I’m on the business development end of things so I do my absolute best to monitor anything and everything that deals with defective plumbing.
I just recently joined this group as a non-member and will continue to drop in to let everyone know if I run across anything that I think may be useful.