brass pipe

brass pipe

Pipe manufactured from an alloy containing 85 percent copper and 15 percent zinc. The advantages and disadvantages of brass pipe are similar to those for copper tubing, except that brass pipe can be used in a drain pipe under pressure and that the joints between brass pipes can be screwed or soldered.
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Along one of the walls there was the whole complicated apparatus of solid brass pipes, and quite close to it an enormous bath sunk into the floor.
A local pub guide for 1967 described this Hancock Brewery pub thus: "This very old pub (it still has a brass pipe at one end of the bar, used for lighting one's smokes) was once much busier, in the days when Womanby Street (no more than a lane) was one of the town's main thoroughfares.
Tenders are invited for Brass Pipe Fittings For E-70 Brake System For Wap-7 Loco As Per Clw-Specn.
This can be formed from a worked over piece of brass pipe coupling or the like, which saves a lot of work.
The recent reemergence of brass into modern design inspired the incorporation of brass pipe into the product line.
Al had telescoping brass pipe nickel-plated to give the blower pipe a galvanized appearance.
a version of which debuted at New York's Marianne Boesky Gallery in January 2013, features a brass pipe running across the floor that was (ostensibly) filled with the infamous Socrates-killing substance.
Inside was a wood-burning stove and a sink hollowed out from a large stone, fed by a single brass pipe.
Connect a two-inch-long brass pipe nipple to a female pipe tee of the same diameter (one-eighth of an inch works well).
The reader will be enlightened by the earliest invasive methods of blood pressure measurement, involving a brass pipe inserted into the artery of a horse, the physics behind the measurement techniques and an outline of the two most common non-invasive measurement methods used today, the auscultatory and oscillometric methods.