Seriously, go but a 20 dollar blow torch, sand cloth, flux, solder and sweat a few joints. I've used sharkbites for capping off temp lines but I'd go broke for permanent installs!
This is true, but considering how litigous things are these days, and the fact that I'm not a licensed plumber... I'd be willing to invest in a crimper and avoid liability issues of the open flame near lead and asbestos in my 107 year old building. Nevermind the notion of a fire actually starting and the insurance company asking me just how it got going (and then not being terribly cooperative when it came to paying on a potential claim).
Now, as far as in a production environment, I can see those things paying for themselves in a hurry from a productivity standpoint.
Ah!!! Someone else understands the concept of big investment = cheap insurance.
- Willy -
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