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PIPE

Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.

PIPE

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- An analysis of patents issued to various companies for related technologies and new developments in piping technology
HDPE pipes are convenient to use in underground piping because they dampen and absorb shock waves, minimizing surges that can affect the system.
"Hot Water Distribution System Piping Heat Loss Factors - Phase I Test Results", ASHRAE paper no.
ISCO has locations nationwide to meet all your HOPE piping needs.
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.
PVC gets a bad rep sometimes, and here is where the question divides into supply piping and waste piping.
Storage is defined as receiver tanks or the piping itself in which the outflow is controlled to a lower pressure than the supply.
Piping plovers, Charadrius melodus, were so named for their melodious singing ability.
Rejoin the piping, following the instructions given in Housing Fact Sheet, Sweating a Copper Pipe (15:G).
Speed of installation and reduced surface disruption and damage are among the main reasons communities across North America are shifting to fused PVC piping in pipe bursting projects.
A test laboratory was established in Davis, California, where complete full-size piping systems could be constructed, instrumented, and tested.
"Gas companies could enhance their system throughput if lower-cost plastic piping systems could be used at higher pressures," Gauthier explained.