pipe run

pipe run

[′pīp ‚rən]
(engineering)
The path followed by a piping system.

pipe run

The path taken by piping.
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The pipe run from the tank to the process should be short and without dead spots to minimize chemical stagnation.
diameter and flow into a horizontal pipe run of initially 5-in.
The Cress 2-23 and the Kuhn 14-35 wells have been drilled and had pipe run, in preparation for completion in the Riverton coal after the first of the year.
Due to easy access and the large diameter pipe sizes, direct physical measurements and observations were taken from inside the pipe and at regular intervals across the entire span of each pipe run.
If a new waste pipe is required in a different position, drill a clearance hole through the wall with a masonry core drill and install a new pipe run (see supply pipes panel).
The length of the pipe run and the right-angle corners, slow down the flow of the water until, eventually, it becomes a trickle, leaving yet more chances of a blockage.
The pipe segment to be lined is isolated from the rest of the system and excavations for access are made at each end of the pipe run, then the section of pipe is taken out of service.
After the water drains down at the end of the pipes, it is pumped back and recirculated to the top of the pipe run.
It is delivered as a complete system with matched upstream pipe run and flow conditioner.
Install a T Connector on the aforementioned pipe and have Northern branch of pipe run north toward new Fire Riser location along outside Southern wall of the building.
The system employs a two-diametrical-path, single-traverse meter body design with a 10-inch diameter upstream pipe run and a flow-conditioning plate.