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PIPE

Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.

PIPE

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CPVC piping has demonstrated excellent service in bleach-plant process lines even when exposed to several corrosive acidic and caustic solutions found in bleach preparation and process operations, the company said.
But cast iron piping is so expensive to install, few craftsmen even know how to do it anymore.
Piping plovers flourished along the Atlantic Coast through much of history, foraging undisturbed on vast stretches of sand.
This will enable owner-operators to create and edit intelligent as-built piping isometrics and link this data to their enterprise systems.
Ricwil products will be sold by the company's Perma-Pipe subsidiary, which manufactures specialty piping systems, including secondary containment piping and district heating and cooling systems, as well as leak detection and location equipment.
Until recently we all thought copper piping was the safest way to handle water in the typical house or apartment.
announced that Bentley has licensed Alias' ISOGEN software for automated piping isometrics and will include it in Bentley Piping, the company's piping design software.
Host pipes were part of an existing outfall piping system running underneath the dam breast.
Before that time, lead piping and lead solder were widely used in household plumbing systems as well as in the service lines that connect houses to street water mains.
Public concern has grown in recent months about a plague of pinhole water leaks and high lead contamination levels in drinking water piping systems in the District of Columbia and suburban Maryland and Virginia.
operations, including the Company's oilfield piping subsidiary, Centron International, Inc.
piping, make sure that combustibles are removed from the area,