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Q. "I tried to remove my old shower arm from my wall but ended up breaking it off at the elbow in the wall with part of the arm left in the elbow. I tried to use an internal pipe wrench purchased at a local store but the shower arm is thinner than normal steel piping. Can you help me?"
A. Yes we can. We offer the amazing internal nipple wrench that is specifically designed to remove "thin wall" shower arms from the elbow inside the wall.
Q. "Why are shower nipples made thinner than normal brass or galvanized pipe?"
A. They can be made thin for a number of reasons. The manufacturers have to meet certain pressure requirements, but water pressure is only present when the shower is on and water normally flows through them and out through the shower head, not putting any real constant pressure in the shower arm. Shower head shut-off valves are designed to drip some water through them so the hot and cold water will not mix at the shower valve itself, again relieving any real pressure build-up in the shower arm. So manufacturers can meet minimal pressure requirements and save money by using less material.
Q. "Why can't I buy shower heads that deliver more water than 2 1/2 gallons per minute?"
A. It is now a federal law that all showerheads sold in the United States must be low-flow
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