pipe hook

pipe hook

A device for supporting a pipe from a wall.
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The Pipe Hook was developed specifically for utility contractors to provide a safe, efficient pipe handling attachment.
If you don't have a clean out, you can look through the thimble (where the stove pipe hooks into the chimney) or up the flue of your fireplace.
He had used an adapted garden hose pipe hooked up to a car to gas them as they slept.
Benoit, from lot 38, told selectmen he still had 20 to 30 feet of pipe hooked up to the failing system and told Mr.
It is understood that police found a hose pipe hooked up to the car's exhaust.
We need a manifold pipe hooked up so people can actually hear the steam whistles they've collected."
And it was when her car broke down on the road between York and Wales, forcing her to limp back to London with her exhaust pipe hooked on by a coat-hanger, that she had her marketing brainwave.
Capable of handling single or double joint of 4- to 120-inch diameter pipe, it also reduces the number of ground personnel required and is quicker and more economical than pipe hooks, pipe forks or tongs.