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ductile

(of a metal, such as gold or copper) able to be drawn out into wire

ductile

Capable of being stretched or deformed without fracturing.
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Advances in equipment, including introduction of larger drill models with the capabilities of accommodating ductile iron pipe in sizes used in water and sewer systems, together with the development of restrained joints that hold pipe joints firmly together during pull-in, make directional drilling and ductile iron pipe compatible.
The use of 30-inch diameter ductile iron pipe on this project put TAUG HDD in a completely different league.
The installation of 230 meters of ductile iron pipe DN 400 mm,
Limestone Road - replacement of 898 feet of 60 year old ductile iron pipe and 8 water services
The effects of the additives were monitored by comparison with the initial state of the ductile iron test samples taken before and after addition for each experiment.
We find water and sewer system operators, design engineers and directional drilling contractors who do not know that ductile iron pipe can be effectively installed by trenchless methods," says Carpenter.
To ensure pipe networks created with ductile iron pipes are made as resistant to damage and corrosion as possible, FT Ductile Ltd provide a tailor-made service that includes sourcing, supply, delivery and after sales service for ductile iron pipes, pipe fittings and other pipe accessories.
Georgia Ductile, a privately held corporation, manufactures sand cast iron components primarily for the automotive industry focusing on suspension and brake components.
The Institute for Market Transformation to Sustainability categorized ductile iron pipe with its esteemed Gold rating thanks to the pipe's rankings in:
PSW begins work today in Darby Township to replace approximately 300 feet of six-inch cast iron main with eight-inch ductile iron main on Ash Road between Burnside and Barker Roads.
It is an eye opening account of the necessity of investing in water infrastructure today, while giving good indications of how those investments can best be made," said Gregg Horn, President of the Ductile Iron Pipe Research Association.
This article presents the results of an attempt to improve the mechanical properties of gas metal arc welded ductile iron and steel components in order to enlarge the range of applications for such fabrications.