lahattec: Interesting, but it looks like you are using dry-wall screws for your clamps. Shouldn't you use brass or stainless screws to avoid galvanic corrosion of the screws due to dissimilar metals contacting? Thanks!
beefcurrywithrice: ever heard of pex ?
JACK WOOD: Just curious, don't all of those 90 degree angles decrease pressure and flow?
Chasingerrors: why would you run it under the floor and back out the return wall instead of running it thru the wall.
helvio atilio: sou mais um chuveiro eletrico.
yensabi: Does this guy know how to use a pipe bending machine.......!
Keith Sharrow: I have pride in workmanship too. Most plumbers do, it doesn't matter that nobody is going to see that plumbing for maybe 20 yrs. I can't stand to see burnt studs. I also realize that a lot of plumbers are going to see this and comment. Well guys, I've invented and patented just such a device. Sold quite a few of them at the trade shows, and hopefully soon it will be in the plumbing stores. The Soldersnake, Google it.
Constance Brosnan: Pride in workmanship!
moomike laloo: Flow won't be a problem, he used 3/4 pipe. Ever seen the size holes in the fixtures?
I like the pipe layout but yes, I would have bench built most of that. I don't like the burnt studs either. I did a similar one recently and use Uponor Pex. Nice gentle sweeps in adjoining bays and much less joints. Looks squirrely but owner loves his new shower.
Joe S: 90 percent of that valve could have been fabricated outside of that wall. easier, faster and no burnt up studs. and too many 90s, killing your flow.
avetis Tepirjyan: 3 way diverter valve has same options And more accurate
Tim Gregerson: How do you drain such a system after showering? It seems that these pipes will hold a lot of water that will cool off for the start of your next shower unless you add a diverter valve to a drain. Is the bottom out line from the K-669 valve left open for this purpose. Your video doesn't mention that open pipe at all, so I'm just wondering what the safe way is to add a drain diverter to the K-669.
Dabig Wanker: OMG - what a mess - all that to take a shower. Sorta looks like the plumbing for a Saturn rocket, or perhaps an new musical instrument. This guy is proud of this - must work for Nibco (a company that makes copper fittings).
mike mitchell: Laverty, you've clearly done your homework (not). Rather that repeat tired old talking points, let's take a look at a REAL example - Detroit - controlled by democrats and unions for well over fifty years now. It's bankrupt and and an urban wasteland. Republicans have "worked so long" to prevent the US from suffering what Detroit has. But, let's keep funneling money to the democrat party - I mean "to the unions." Great idea.
DALTON PIRA: you are good. like you said. master. i live in washington DC, Iam here to get some ideas to built a bath. shower bath.... i like the way u did the bench by sand blocks... very good.... I like to have some training from you..
Steve F: Oh no... This guy obviously has a doctorate in Hydraulic Engineering and he understands static and dynamic pressure far better than the guys at Kohler who wrote the requirements that the presenter followed. We should bow...
Steve F: Have you researched anything you have said? Do you know all US plumbing codes so that you can state so assuredly that he wrong for his area? And you don't use a heat shield AND don't burn wood? If that isn't a crock then you are applying heat improperly and your sweat joint is just as much crap as your post. Oh, and thanks for correcting the word usage of the presenter who is using ESL. I HATE rubes like you! Complement the guy or shutup. This is fricken YouTube!
Steve F: If you were creating a video named, "How to: KOHLER custom shower system setup", would you show a different, more complicated setup that didn't involve a "KOHLER custom shower"? And I don't see your "way more technical and professionally installed" video anywhere. Would you care to provide us all a link so we can watch and then bow down to worship you...
Steve F: Sorry, not code...
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