Ductile-iron pipe | Article about ductile-iron pipe by The Free Dictionary
A pipe that is fabricated of a cast-iron alloy in which graphite replaces the carbon that is present in cast-iron; provides the same advantages as cast-iron pipe along with the added advantage of a higher external load-bearing capacity; not as brittle as cast-iron pipe (thus permitting rougher handling) but higher in cost.
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Slated to begin the week of September 16, new eight-inch ductile-iron pipe
will be installed along 3rd Avenue, between North Arch and Washington streets in the borough, replacing existing four-inch pipe.
The new pipeline will be comprised of ductile-iron pipe
and range in diameter from 30 to 62 inches.
Written for designers, managers and operators of water distribution systems, this manual contains all the technical specifications and applications information regarding ductile-iron pipes