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Thomas Watt
09-19-2013
10:18 AM ET (US)
Sorry my new and improved gmail is hiding things from me. Did you find the flow switch? It h
as been a long time since I have dealt with sch80.


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firesprink1Person was signed in when posted
09-14-2013
10:11 AM ET (US)
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I need to install a flow switch on a stand pipe that has schedule 80 6 inch pipe but all the paddle style flow switches are made for schedule 10 to schedule 40 pipe.
Does anyone make a flow switch for sch 80?
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miles
07-28-2013
06:49 AM ET (US)
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06-29-2013
01:38 PM ET (US)
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06-05-2013
01:27 PM ET (US)
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Bill Sandison
04-15-2013
11:26 AM ET (US)
Hello everyone I'm new to all this, but after trying to search the net for answers to whether or not I need occupational registration to work as a sprinkler fitter in NZ I found this forum, please help someone INZ seem clueless as to what I need or whether or not I actually need to be registered to work in NZ I have a job waiting.
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Tom
01-06-2013
09:31 AM ET (US)
Welcome Danny. I would also welcome a move to oz since it appears the USA is no longer the land of opportunity it once was.
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Danny
01-06-2013
04:30 AM ET (US)
Hello fellow fitters. Im looking to move from the UK to Australia but need some help. I have been fitting for ten years in the UK but need to know if i could walk into a fitters job in oz or is it all different . Would i need to do courses to get to the level Im at here. Would really appreciate any advice on this.
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Tom
09-04-2012
12:16 PM ET (US)
I only wish it would become more popular :)
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Tom
08-26-2012
03:57 PM ET (US)
Im glad to see there is a forum for Sprinklerfitters. I'm in 699 Seattle.
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Justbo
04-08-2012
07:27 PM ET (US)
Hey everyone, another Kiwi here like Jeza. Have been in the industry for 13 years now. The one job I promised myself I'd never do as my ol'man has been a fitter for over 30 years. He was always at work and did the huge hours. But here I am and love everyday! Started as a contractor to Wormalds with the ol'man. Best way to learn the trade. Cutting lists like phone books. Have hung up the contractors boots for the last 4 years and Im now a service tech for a nationwide company. Hope the work load picks up for you guys state side, we are screaming for techs over here and in Australia. Great forum...
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Thomas Watt
09-10-2011
04:50 PM ET (US)
Welcome to the forum. You are certainly welcome to participate.
I would not mind immigrating to NZ. Beautiful country!!!!
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Jeza
09-09-2011
07:21 AM ET (US)
All americans? im from new zealand working for tyco: wormald. Good company with great policies in place for safety at work. Worked outa town on power stations, massive cool stores, hotels. u no the standard. being in the fire idustry in nz there is always work on. wether you go sole contractor or work as an employee.
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Tom WattPerson was signed in when posted
09-07-2011
02:26 PM ET (US)
Welcome to the forum BD. I am seeing the same thing from searching the internet. Travel is out for me. Wife and kids won't have it. I worked out of town, home on weekends, for 9 months last year until I was laid off. I am a 13 year foreman but the only jobs local are Nicet level II Inspector jobs. Of course, no company has ever wanted to take me off the jobsites to send me to school.
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BD Stricker
09-07-2011
02:03 PM ET (US)
In Idaho-it is dead-no work-looks like a lot of work on eastern sea board if u can travel-1929 all over again with no end in sight-ive got over 25 years in-fitter-engineer-sales-estimating-no luck
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Tom WattPerson was signed in when posted
09-07-2011
01:44 PM ET (US)
Hello everyone. I was wondering if work is picking up anywhere. New construction? Tenant buildouts? Retro-fits? What's going on out there?
I am located in Central Florida and there is not much happening here.

Tom
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