swing joint


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swing joint

[′swiŋ ‚jȯint]
(design engineering)
A pipe joint in which the parts may be rotated relative to each other.

swing joint

swing joint
A type of joint used with threaded pipe which permits motion to occur when the pipes are heated or cooled, without bending of the pipes; esp. used in riser and radiator connections.
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solid joints with selectable torque resistance, or moving swing joints like those on scissors and handcuffs, are possible.
to be hard wired directly into controller all swing joints are to be 1 pvc rainbird or equivalent valve boxes are to be carson valveboxes and must be able to store the valve and ball-valve assembly within all electric connections at each valve are to be water tight connections all materials to be pvc system to be installed per attached plan at the end of each branch of the main line as well as the end of each lateral line, a thrust block must be installed.