Lap-welded

Lap´-weld`ed


a.1.Having edges or ends united by a lap weld; as, a lap-welded pipe.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As such, butt welds are typically more expensive than lap-welded joints, and installation crews cost up to $25,000 per day.
* Low-frequency electric-resistance-welded (ERW), lap-welded and unknown seam-welded pipelines.
Apart from TV comedian Frank Skinner, it was the birthplace of classical composer John Frederick Bridge and Cornelius Whitehouse, inventor of the lap-welded tube.
cutting deck features 10-gauge construction, lap-welded corners and double reinforced side skirts for increased strength and durability.
Other features found on some vintage pipelines include mechanical couplings, lap-welded and SSAW pipe, oxy-acetylene girth welds, wrinkle bends, and so on, depending on the specific pipeline.
Methods spawned from that first mechanized system include furnace butt-welded and lap-welded pipe, seamless pipe, electric resistance- welded pipe and flash-welded pipe, to name a few.