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The J Man
06-13-2014
09:25 PM ET (US)
No NICET, utah only requires you to have their level 1 to do inspections.
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Thomas Watt
06-13-2014
02:10 AM ET (US)
I am not union but I believe you can. There are rules though. If you have been laid off 3 years, why care what the union thinks? Do you have NICET Level 2? Do you need it where you are?


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The J Man
06-12-2014
06:17 PM ET (US)
Can a union apprentice who has been laid off for 3 years, work as a non union inspector or does the union discourage that kind of thing.
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Bill Wye
05-26-2014
08:29 PM ET (US)
Eastern Mass (Boston area) is very busy. Unions are buried. Open Shop is very busy as well. Looks like a couple years (at least) of backlog. Contact Local 550 or AFSA Yankee Chapter.
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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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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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