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Alumina is one of the hardest wearing and resistant materials around, making it an attractive option for use in lined steel pipes
A welded saddle joint reinforces a section of pipe which includes a tee connection or hole, compensating from the decrease in line strength
There are many different types of pipe clamps which are typically used to support suspended lines and fix other components in place
Below specification PCCP installed across the US in the 1970s has left Amercian water companies facing massive repair and reinforcement projects
There are XXX water and wastewater suppliers in England and Wales, delivering potable water and taking away waste from over 25 million homes
Cement is both a popular pipe coating and pipe lining for the protection from damage and corrosion it offers to steel pipes
GRP – know as FRP in the USA – stands for glass reinforced plastic and it is popular material for making super strength pipes with high corrosion resistance