Copper pipe

Copper pipe

Small hollow pipe, connected using soldered joints; typically used for water supply due to its resistance to corrosion.
References in classic literature ?
He strained his hearing; and all the time Beale, the third engineer, with his arms uplifted, held between the palms of his hands the rim of a little black wheel projecting at the side of a big copper pipe.
Simply measure each copper pipe from the floor to the bottom of the radiator valve, cut the shroud to fit with a junior hacksaw, and snap in place around the pipe for a smart new look.
From a custom-made table with copper legs to copper pipe shelving, there are many unique DIY projects a consumer can create.
The framing is made of copper pipe with soldered fittings, which means building it does not require any welding.
An inspection of the defendant's yard found tools, electrical parts, TV Cathode ray tubes, a plastic bag containing treated copper wire and copper pipe from a boiler, and plastic boxes of various electrical components and copper pipes.
This can be done in any attic you can get up into simply by running a manifold of half-inch piping fastened with copper pipe straps onto the bottom of the rafters or if a trussed roofing system lay the pipe manifold between the chords of the truss--the more pipe sections you have in your manifold the more you heat the water.
Thousands of dollars in damage resulted when thieves have removed copper pipe that was connected to a water source or air conditioning units.
Resize copper tubing to factory specs, inside and outside, in less then a minute using the copper pipe sizing tool for Swig Tools.
In the past, changing a faucet in this situation required precisely cutting and soldering the copper pipe and faucet together, but now all that has changed.
PALMDALE -- Sheriff's deputies are looking for a woman who carted away more than $1,000 worth of copper pipe fittings from a plumbing company's storage yard.
There are indications that some unscrupulous peddlers are even stripping some buildings of copper pipe to sell to local scrap yards.
The research company's study shows that copper pipe demand in the United States stayed relatively flat in 2004 compared to 1999 (dropping less than 1 percent), while the demand for plastic piping fell by some 500 million feet in length, or about 9 percent.