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S&S Swan Maintenance - Seacock, installing a new one
10 April 2021 - 14:20
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Join Date: 03 February 2011
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Seacock, installing a new one

Hello, am about to install a Blake seacock for water to a water-on-deck pump.        It`s for flushing anchorchain and guess saltwater is also good for preserving the teak deck when exposed to high UV/temperatures. Well, the fine flush original mounting looks to have been done without any back-plate. And inside of hull, there is the cover of polyester and paint for topcoat.

Would such mounting be advisable for the mounting of a new valve, ie not using the back-plate?  Any advise on this would be appreciated.

Thorbjorn/Ravn 411/36

 

 

10 April 2021 - 15:11
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Join Date: 29 January 2007
Posts: 855

Dear Thorbjorn,

you are correct, there is no backing plate from outside. I think yu may have seen the instruction we have uploaded on classicswan.org with exact instruction, if you have missed it, here you are: https://www.classicswan.org/restorations_login_papers.php

Please keep this Forum posted on your work in progress with photos and info.

Fair  winds,

matteo (47/069 Vanessa)

Preparation job for installing a new Blakes Seacock

B.S. has been installed, and top part laminated with polyester

New B.S. has finally been installed

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