service pipe


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service pipe

[′sər·vəs ‚pīp]
(civil engineering)
A pipe linking a building to a main pipe.

service pipe

service pipe
1. The section of pipe which connects the public water or gas main to a termination point within a building, such as a meter or trap.
2. In an electric wiring system, the conduit or pipe that contains underground service conductors and extends from the junction with the outside supply wires into the premises of the building served.
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In the District of Columbia (DC), of an estimated 130,000 residences, approximately 23,000 (18%) have lead service pipes (Daniel Lucey, MD, DC Department of Health [DCDOH], personal communication, March 24, 2004).
Avon Lippiatt Hobbs (Contracting) Ltd pleaded guilty to two charges under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Workers from the firm were attempting to instal a new gas service pipe to a house in Abercynon, Rhondda, when an explosion was triggered in the house next door.
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Eventually, meowing was traced to a service pipe in Ms Linda Fletcher's kitchen.
Alongside the madcap competition was a funfair, archery and circus skills to try plus entertainment from local dance troupes, West Yorkshire Fire Service Pipe Band and the West Yorkshire Police Dog Unit.
Neofit is a versatile service pipe relining system that is a cost effective solution for the renovation of service pipes suffering from water quality problems and leakage.
The church service, in which the West Midlands Fire Service Pipe Band took park, coincided with the All Souls Day service.
Workers from the firm were trying to install a new gas service pipe to a house in Abercynon, Rhondda, south Wales, when an explosion was triggered in the house next door.
The HSE alleges that during work to install a gas service pipe the contractors breached the Health and Safety at Work Act by failing to ensure the safety of one of its employees, and failing to ensure members of the public were not exposed to safety risks while the work was being done.
In reply to Mr G C Teebay (for the relatives), Kirk said that the previous day a gas service pipe was fractured.
Music entertainment will be provided by the West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service Pipe and Concert Bands.

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