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Water Pipe Sizes. Revised Edition, 1936. A.I.A. File No. 29-B-4: August, 1936.

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Water Pipe Sizes. Revised Edition, 1936. A.I.A. File No. 29-B-4: August, 1936.

by Timmis, Walter S

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Bridgport, Connecticut: Bridgeport Brass Company, 1936. Octavo, paperbound (stiff, stapled, blue wrappers), 48 pp. Good+, with rubbing to covers. From Foreword: The tables and data on Water Pipe Sizes have been reprinted several times and have been favorably received by architects and engineers. We have been most fortunate in receiving friendly, constructive criticisms and have incorporated most of the suggestions in this present revised issue. We are calling your particular attention to the new tables and data -- Flow of Water in Copper Water Tube -- never before published. These tables should prove very valuable in view of the ever increasing popularity of Copper Water Tube for general plumbing, heating, fuel oil and underground service. It is evident that the selection of pipe sizes is still somewhat of an art, because engineers differ in points of view and methods of attacking the problem. It is believed, however, that the booklet as originally presented by Mr. Timmis is sound in theory and practice. In order to make this booklet still more useful and complete, we have included technical information on Bridgport Plumrite Brass and Copper Pipe, Copper Water Tube, and Plumbers’ Brass Goods.

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Lighthousebooks, ABAA US (US)
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Title
Water Pipe Sizes. Revised Edition, 1936. A.I.A. File No. 29-B-4: August, 1936.
Author
Timmis, Walter S
Book condition
Used
Publisher
Bridgeport Brass Company, 1936.
Place of Publication
Bridgport, Connecticut
Date published
1936
Keywords
Technical, Architecture, Piping, Plumbing, Connecticut, American Business, American Industry.

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good+
A term used to denote a condition a slight grade better than Good.
rubbing
Abrasion or wear to the surface. Usually used in reference to a book's boards or dust-jacket.
New
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octavo
Another of the terms referring to page or book size, octavo refers to a standard printer's sheet folded four times, producing...[more]

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