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I found a chart with precise measurements of everything's strength vs temperature, PE is machineable and fairly high temps, PCcarbonate is high around 150'C... epoxy laminates like FR4 standard pcb board are made of 7 layers of fiberglass epoxy, same with carbon fiber... the record is Peek poly ether ether ketone, i.e. peek CA30 which has a useage up to ...


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Plastics that are thermally stable at this range would be VERY exotic to the average person just going to a hardware store or ordering online (without a very large budget). Plastics by nature tend to be something that can be injection molded, vacuum molded or similar , that is to say easily deform-able/mold-able with heat, which is not what you're looking ...


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Looks like a bad job to me - might well be glued with silicone by someone who really should not have been doing plumbing. If so, grab onto the silicone blobs with pliers and pull - it will come right off, usually. Having removed as much as possible that way, pull/twist the pipe. Once you clear the blockage, consider reassembling correctly, which won't be ...


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You don't remove it. The silicone is probably just to secure the pipe to the wall - so it doesn't wiggle or so that air doesn't get in. If you need access to the pipe I would cut the white pipe. This would allow you to fully snake anything below. Chances are pretty high that all of these pipes are glued very well together. They are not meant to wiggle ...



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