glass pipe

glass pipe

A pipe fabricated from a low-expansion borosilicate glass having a low alkali content; used primarily for the drainage of various corrosive liquids; very brittle and therefore used only where protection is provided against mechanical damage to the pipe.
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Manson produces fiber glass pipe insulation, duct liner, OEM products and metal building insulation at its manufacturing facility also in Brossard.
Harrison, vice president and general manager, manufactures and sells fiber glass pipe insulation, duct liner, calcium silicate insulations, and PVC fitting covers and jackets for pipe insulation.
Colon's hotel room in August, they found a glass pipe with a black residue from crack cocaine, near the headboard of the bed.
The rest are doing new construction or medical gas plumbing or glass pipe for science labs.
Colon's room, police found a glass pipe with a black residue from crack cocaine, near the headboard of the bed.
He also chooses the big issues, the pursuit of glass pipe blowers, harassing medical marijuana supporters, trying to overturn Oregon's "Right to Die" law and calling anyone who disagrees with his policies disloyal.
The two then went behind a building on Oread Place, where the officer saw them allegedly smoking crack cocaine in a glass pipe.
Authorities found a used clear glass pipe with what appeared to be crack cocaine residue in the living room, evidence of cocaine use and the elements for distribution in the kitchen.
When one understands that the answer to both questions is a resounding yes, then one can comprehend the absurdity of labeling glass pipe makers and dealers criminals.
Another clear glass pipe was found on the TV stand and a digital scale with white powder residue was found in the hallway closet, the report stated.
For six years, Jason Harris and Saeed Mohtadi ran their glass pipe businesses entirely in the open.
The blog will have important and unique content about the glass pipe industry, locally and nationally, including cannabis prohibition and legalization, politics, science and technology, health and medicine, and more.