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CIP

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As recently as 2014, the federal Department of Transportation (DOT) estimated 30,000 miles of cast-iron pipe still carried gas in the United States, with the highest percentage of these mains located in older eastern cities such as New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore and Washington, D.
Where earth movement does occur, it is especially significant to cast-iron pipe, which is strong and hard, but also brittle.
The research suggests that the leaks are coming from city's aging cast-iron pipe infrastructure, which makes up about 35% of the city's main pipes.
Workers plan to replace about 175 feet of cast-iron pipe with more durable ductile iron pipe.
Ductile pipe is a kind of cast-iron pipe often used for waterworks and gas system pipes.
The OPUC's Chief of Pipeline Safety, Jack Dent, joined Reiten and others in late October for a project completion ceremony in Northeast Portland where the last section of low-pressure cast-iron pipe was replaced by polyethylene pipe.
Tenders are invited for Clamp, pipe-repair, cast-iron pipe, waffle-grid gasket, stainless-steel nuts/bolts, in accordance with dwp informal spec #s-1021-d, 4.
Due of its nature, cast-iron pipe is not a good fit for statistical models used in predicting vulnerability and risk.
Advantages of these new pipe bursting systems include outstanding durability, simplicity of operation, productivity and the ability to easily and efficiently cut or fracture most types of pipe such as clay, PVC, steel, ductile iron and cast-iron pipe and pull in new pipe that's even larger than the original--all with minimal disturbance to the surroundings.