Industry Supplied Videos

https://youtu.be/M6IWY5nEZm0 The Pronto!™ is the adjustable floor drain with an integrated level that provides maximum efficiency and accuracy during installation. Pronto! drains: Use an integrated bubble level to aid in leveling. Are completely assembled, ready to install. Include two pre-packaged shims for tilt correction. Learn more: https://www.watts.com/pronto Read more

The Pronto!™ is the adjustable floor drain with an integrated level that provides maximum efficiency and accuracy during installation.

Pronto! drains:

  • Use an integrated bubble level to aid in leveling.
  • Are completely assembled, ready to install.
  • Include two pre-packaged shims for tilt correction.

Learn more: https://www.watts.com/pronto

https://youtu.be/YGu1ydS0-yc This video from CISPI proves best practices for installing a fitting onto a cast iron hub and spigot pipe. The Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute (CISPI) is dedicated to aiding and improving the plumbing industry. CISPI serves plumbing contractors as a resource for cast iron product questions on installation, proper use, specifications and codes. CISPI representatives are Read more

This video from CISPI proves best practices for installing a fitting onto a cast iron hub and spigot pipe.

The Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute (CISPI) is dedicated to aiding and improving the plumbing industry. CISPI serves plumbing contractors as a resource for cast iron product questions on installation, proper use, specifications and codes. CISPI representatives are available to visit jobsites as needed and to provide their expertise with regard to the manufacture and use of cast iron soil pipe and fittings.

For more information please visit at www.cispi.org

https://youtu.be/bkpSVBwVTXA This video from CISPI shows you how to remove burrs from cast iron pipe. The Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute (CISPI) is dedicated to aiding and improving the plumbing industry. CISPI serves plumbing contractors as a resource for cast iron product questions on installation, proper use, specifications and codes. CISPI representatives are available to visit Read more

This video from CISPI shows you how to remove burrs from cast iron pipe.

The Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute (CISPI) is dedicated to aiding and improving the plumbing industry. CISPI serves plumbing contractors as a resource for cast iron product questions on installation, proper use, specifications and codes. CISPI representatives are available to visit jobsites as needed and to provide their expertise with regard to the manufacture and use of cast iron soil pipe and fittings.

For more information please visit at www.cispi.org

This is the first of McWane Plumbing Technical Services ‘How-To’ video series to learn more about cast iron soil pipe and fittings. https://youtu.be/_CZW2ZhhKik McWane Plumbing Technical Services is a full-range service organization that provides educational and technical support on codes and standards as well as regulations that cover cast iron soil pipe and fittings, gaskets and couplings Read more

This is the first of McWane Plumbing Technical Services ‘How-To’ video series to learn more about cast iron soil pipe and fittings.

McWane Plumbing Technical Services is a full-range service organization that provides educational and technical support on codes and standards as well as regulations that cover cast iron soil pipe and fittings, gaskets and couplings, and drainage products for storm and sanitary drain, waste, and vent (DWV) plumbing systems. This service is provided at no cost. Tech Services plays an active role by offering assistance to those interested in better understanding the benefits of using a cast iron plumbing system in a building application.

https://youtu.be/CrAUeDaCZVQ The ideal fluid in a hydronic heating or cooling system is a fluid without any impurities, air bubbles or dissolved gases. But how is that accomplished? Watch and listen as Caleffi’s Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr hosts “Coffee with Caleffi” and shares the technical duties for this segment with Kevin Freidt, Director of Product Management Read more

The ideal fluid in a hydronic heating or cooling system is a fluid without any impurities, air bubbles or dissolved gases. But how is that accomplished? Watch and listen as Caleffi’s Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr hosts “Coffee with Caleffi” and shares the technical duties for this segment with Kevin Freidt, Director of Product Management and Technical Support. They will discuss the importance of air elimination and explain the differences in functionality between air vents and air separators in hydronic systems.