|Forum topic by Jerry||posted 10-25-2012 04:42 AM||712 views||1 time favorited||5 replies|
10-25-2012 04:42 AM
So we have been setting up our 5 hp cyclone. It is awesome and will serve us perfectly. I used 6” galvanized 24 g that is very strong and great quality. The price was “almost unreasonably” cheap. I refrained from passing this source along until I received the product. Many times if it seems too good to be true, well it usually is. But I took the gamble.
I’m turning in for the night but will update the source soon. I will say I bought 5 pieces of 24 g galvanized pipe that were 5’ long each, 3 wyes (6/6/6), 6-4 reducer, 2 pieces of 6” coupling, 1 6” elbow. I am not looking at my receipt so just pulling from memory, I paid less than 175.00 shipped to my door step. So the price was amazing. And the quality is great. I will be buying more from them soon. The guy who works for me, about 240 lbs, had to step on the pipe when fastening the seam lock together and his weight did not even cause any damage.
In fact I plan to change out my main trunk and go to 8” using this pipe. My cyclone is fitted with an 8” inlet port but I used a reducer down to 6.
Sorry I cannot give the source tonight as I am going to bed.
-- Jerry Nettrour, San Antonio, www.topqualitycabinets.net