subsidiary conduit

subsidiary conduit

[səb′sid·ē‚er·ē ′kän·dü·ət]
(civil engineering)
Terminating branch of an underground conduit run extending from a manhole or handhole to a nearby building, handhole, or pole.
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The project's 290km network for the transportation and distribution of treated water will cover the provinces from Wilayat of Greater Muttrah to the Wilayat of Barka, with a main pipeline of 1000mm diameter and between 100-500mm diameters for the subsidiary conduits.
The main pipeline will be of 1000 mm diameter and the subsidiary conduits between 100 and 500 mm.