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PIPE, Eng. laid. The name of a roll in the exchequer otherwise called the Great Roll. A measure containing two hogsheads; one hundred and twenty-six gallons is also called a pipe.

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Ductile iron pipe became available in the 1950s and by the mid-1970s was being used instead of cast iron in most piping systems.
In a bleach plant setting, corrosion can actually occur on the inside and the outside of piping," said Dennis Myers, principal engineer, technical group mechanical services, at BE&K.
Iron pipes will still deliver clean water, but the plumbing industry considers iron piping to be like last year's computer, a complete dinosaur.
The first of this new triple-wall pipe was commercialized last year by both Quail Piping and ADS.
Piping plovers, Charadrius melodus, were so named for their melodious singing ability.
It will cost $5,000 to repipe his home, which will require about 400 to 500 feet of copper piping.
According to Chris Weinrich of Cincinnati Milacron, flying-knife or rotary blades work best when producing small-diameter piping.
NASDAQ NM: MFRI), a leading manufacturer of specialty piping systems, custom-designed industrial filtration products and of industrial process cooling equipment, announced today that its Perma-Pipe subsidiary has received additional orders for its "Autotherm[TM]", automatically applied GSPU thermal insulation system for oil and gas sub-sea flowlines .
However, to ensure that the crack, if it develops, stays localized (continuing crack growth could result in structural failure of the pipe), most of us also agree that the materials used for drain piping must have a minimum measure of long-term crack resistance.
It is another important step forward in our goal of fulfilling the piping needs of our customers.
NASDAQ NM:MFRI), a leading manufacturer of custom designed industrial filtration products, specialty piping systems and industrial process cooling equipment, announced today that its Perma-Pipe, Inc.