Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Cable ports

Day 13

Promised Pics of Cable Ports

5:52pm:
Below are the pics of the cable ports that I promised you in yesterday's Blog

Roof cable port

Floor cable port


PS: My Blog is extremely short today. Things came up that I had to attend to and those things are not Blogable.




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13 comments:

  1. Hope all is well...Take care... Marilyn

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    1. Hi Marilyn,

      I am fine. Thank you for caring. 😎

      George

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    1. Ernie,

      I am OK. Not to worry!

      George

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    1. Betty,

      Your hope is granted! I am well.

      George

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    1. Joan.

      Your hope is granted too. 😎

      George

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  5. Hi George,

    You might consider using a spray type foam or silicone glue to seal around the cable leading in/out of the pipes. This would keep insects out and prevent the cable from wearing. Safe travels guy.

    Andy

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    1. Hi Andy,

      Wow! Thank you sooooo much!

      I had not even considered insect protection! Spray foam. Have not used that before.

      George

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    2. Andy,

      I just bought the foam at Home Depot.

      Thanks again,
      George


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  6. Hi George

    Any particular reason you didn't use PVC pipe for the cable entry? It's much easier to work with and much lighter too. Also, no rusting on the threaded area, which is sure to happen with the iron pipe in the un-galvanized areas, and no chance of a cable shorting out inside.

    Joe

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    1. Hi Joe,

      Very good question!

      I wanted to use PVC. Home Depot apparently does not stock the PVC fittings that I needed. So, I went galvanized.

      George

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