poly pipe

poly pipe

A class of polymer pipes that provide low resistance to the flow of a fluid within the pipes; light in weight and low in electrical conductivity.
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The company's services include earth moving construction, pit lining, poly pipe installation, fencing, water transfer, generator rentals and pump rentals.
The idea at the time was to make poly pipe, reclaim it, clean it, then extrude it and make a postconsumer resin (PCR).
The hand-operated system is simple to use and addresses destruction and construction requirements, including proof testing, providing a cost- effective means of installing or replacing meters, valves and upgrading systems from steel to poly pipe without the need for a shutdown.
Depending on the size of the poly pipe, 50 - 100% more welds can be completed in the same timeframe.
For supports, many gardeners use hoops made from stiff, 9- or 10-gauge wire, or they make their own hoops from inexpensive half- to 1-inch diameter poly pipe (the type used for underground water lines).
I use 300 feet of coiled black poly pipe for my solar hot water.
It was slightly ahead of guidance before Christmas and includes one-off items from the sale of its Poly pipe building materials division in September.
Poly pipe is a flexible plastic pipe commonly used for irrigation supply lines.
If you're selling a property, poly pipe is likely to be discovered during due diligence.
High quality drip products, multi-functional low energy precision application heads, poly pipe and surge flow are a few more examples of the amazing irrigation innovations of the second half of the 20th century.
Roly poly pipe bandsman George Berry is to beat his drum in a new battle of the bulge - to save his marriage.