Lead pipe


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Lead pipe

Used in the context of general equities. Virtually certain that trade will take place; lead pipe cinch. See: Layup.

Layup

Informal; an order to a broker that can be executed easily. Layups are made on highly liquid securities at a reasonable price. A layup is also called a lead pipe.
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Lead levels in drinking water spike when copper and lead pipes joined
When copper water pipe is connected to lead water pipe, standard electrochemistry indicates the lead pipe should be more susceptible to galvanic corrosion.
You could have lead pipes from when the property was built, some galvanised steel pipes from 1940s alterations, copper pipes from the 1970s and then all the pipework that comes with central heating.
He said: "Nobody came to us during our very lengthy discussions on the directives on electronic waste and on the removal of hazardous substances from the environment to say that they would affect the lead pipes in traditional organs.
The Grundopull provides contractors and utilities a new and viable trenchless solution for water service line replacement that is ideally suited for lead pipe as well as splitting plastic pipes and extracting or splitting pipes made of steel and copper.
When The People contacted the Department, we were told that from random water samples it was discovered that 5 per cent, or approximately 80,000 homes, still had lead pipes and did not meet the regulatory limit for safe levels.
He vanished in 1974 after his children's nanny Sandra Rivett was bludgeoned to death with a bandaged lead pipe at the family's Belgravia, London, home.
George played backgammon with Lucan the day before Sandra Rivett was bludgeoned to death with a lead pipe and the vanished earl's wife Veronica was attacked.
Some lead pipe remains in the connections between the main and in the customer's private pipe work.
A "plumbarius" was the worker who fashioned the lead pipe used in Roman water systems.
Despite the size of the CIP and the incremental cost associated with lead pipe replacement, WASA's capital needs are similar to those of other major metropolitan utilities with CSO issues.