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Hi all, I have some copper pipes running under a concrete floor, they are covered with foam insulation and encased in sand. Apparently they have been there for 15 to 20 years. I wanted to ask you experts if you think that corrosion will be a problem or if they should be OK.

I have dug up a small section of the concrete for another job and the short length of the pipes I can see looks fine.


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As long as the screed or any cement/concrete hasn’t touched the copper it should be ok.

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