Need help. I have a 4" ductile iron pipe, class 53, for domestic water use coming from the downstream side of a backflow device. It needs to be connected to a 4" copper pipe, type K for on-site drinking water use. Specifically, what technique should be used to connect the two for cathodic protection? If you have a certain manufacturer and model of a part that would be very helpful.
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