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Old 08-04-2012, 09:48 PM
muddywater muddywater is offline
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Originally Posted by Duekster View Post
I used brass as an example but if you have dissimilar metals very far apart on the nobility scale then one will deposit on the other in the presents of an electrolyte. SS is corrosion resistant again many thongs but still susceptible to chloride pitting.

Debris in a pump is always killer.

We still do not know if Muddy did or did not used metal as he changed his position.
Read post 103 and maybe a few before that. Next time you might want to read through the thread before you accuse some one of lying.

You have not shown any data that would prove your point in this application. Considering people drink out of corroded metal piping to this day, i woild think the amount of corrosion in a nonpotable situation with no aquatic life would be minimal.
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