Re: [PipingDesign] Re: Schedule 100, 28inch

From: <Paul>
Date: Fri Jun 06 2003 - 04:56:00 EDT

I figure I'll just leave you hanging on this one, but I can't really blame you for not understanding. After all, it's all whole other language down there, n'est-ce pas?

Paul

> My curiousity is bursting.
> What on earth is the Freedom Fry Factor?
> If I buy the wool, can your mum knit one for me?
>
> Cheers
>
> Yes, but Barbara the reference you quote is French so maybe those units
are
>
> a) Metric
> 2) Appropriately Anglicized (2.54mm = one inch)
> pi) No longer relevant, due to the Freedom Fry Factor
>
> In any case, I suspect there's an extra "0" in there somewhere. With pipe
> that size, I don't think pressure would be an issue.
>
> Paul
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James, Barbara" >
>
> > Trouvay Cauvin's Piping Equipment list the following wall thicknesses in
> > excess 0.625" for 28" pipe:
> >
> > 0.688
> > 0.750
> > 0.812
> > 0.875
> > 0.938
> > 1.000
Received on Fri Jun 06 04:56:00 2003

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