sampling pipe

sampling pipe

[′sam·pliŋ ‚pīp]
(mining engineering)
A small pipe built into a seal to take air samples in a sealed area.
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When considering half of the wall thickness of the sampling pipe as influencing area for sampling, the sampling area increases to 255 m[m.sup.2] ([empty set] 18 mm) or 3.3% of the 100-mm (4 in) pipe area.