February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2

Features

Faster And Safer As-Built Drawings Available

Piping systems have been around since the time of ancient Rome. Roman engineers developed pipe that was constructed of flat sheets of lead that was rolled and seamed. It was then connected into a system to provide water to the bath houses. Later in 16th and 17th century Europe, wooden water pipes were quite common. Pipes were constructed from hollowed logs or constructed from staves and hoops similar to a wooden barrel. Since the Industrial Revolution, pipe and piping systems have evolved to carry more than just water and other fluids. Technology has improved and a myriad of materials is now being used for manufactured pipe. These advancements have increased the allowable pressu

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