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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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- Historical perspective of the piping industry, materials used in the production of these pipes, their applications and unique properties, and dimensions of common pipes
This passion led to the birth of one of our most efficient and long lasting sewerage solutions - CORFIT Double Wall Corrugated Pipes, the future of India's piping needs.
One objective is to design and install distribution piping that will not leak.
During construction site visits, one hot water distribution system piping approach that raised concerns was the "home-run" manifold approach, where individual hot and cold water pipes were run from a central manifold to each water using fixture in the structure.
Certa-Lok is a non-metallic restrained-joint piping system tor trenchless construction (water, sewer, electrical, telecommunications).
ISO, "Plastics Piping and Ducting Systems--Determination of the Long-Term Hydrostatic Strength of Thermoplastics Materials in Pipe Form by Extrapolation," ISO 9080.
"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.
Drinking water is carried by several types of code-approved piping, mainly copper, pex, iron, and PVC.
Piping is part of a new system to carry deicing solution to storage lagoons at the edge of airport property.
The first of this new triple-wall pipe was commercialized last year by both Quail Piping and ADS.
* set physical design standards governing compressors, dryers, filters, piping and controls;
Regarding the introduction of plastic pipe, Pitts says, "My father was a master plumber, and he said, 'Anybody with a hacksaw and a can of glue can be a plumber if they ever allow this stuff to be used.' Virtually anyone can go down to the hardware store today and buy that material and put in a sprinkler system." Like earlier plastic piping, Optiflex is relatively easy to install, requiring less time and fewer workers than metal pipe.