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Helpful Key Terms Regarding Piping

Various types of pipe are used in countless ways these days. Basically, piping is a tubular structure that can be made from PVC, copper, steel, or other durable materials. It is commonly used in construction and building plumbing. Typically pipes have fittings and clamps that help keep them in place and sealed properly. While copper piping may be used in homes for water regulation, steel pipes are often used on motor vehicles for exhaust systems. Below you will find some useful definitions pertaining to this industry.

  • PVC – Also known as Poly Vinyl Chloride, this material is both durable and chemical resistant. It is a synthetic resin that is often used to manufacture piping, as well as many other products like flooring and water hoses.
  • Galvanized Iron or Steel Pipe – This is a type of metal piping that is coated with a protective layer of zinc. This helps protect the pipe from various elements and corrosion damage.
  • Polyethylene – A flexible, lightweight, and tough synthetic resin. This resin is made by polymerizing ethylene, and it can be used to manufacture certain pipes, packaging materials, food containers, and even durable bags.
  • DWV Copper Pipes – This is a type of piping often used for plumbing purposes. Typically DWV pipes are added to waste or drainage systems. There are also DWV pipes made from materials like PVC.
  • Exhaust Tubing – A type of steel or aluminum tubing that can be straight or curved to suit different vehicle exhaust systems. This piping and system allows for the automobile to release exhaust fumes from the fuel it burns.
  • Flange – This is a collar or flat rim that protrudes from the end of an object or pipe. It allows for fittings, caps, and other pipes to be attached with ease.
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    Regardless of whether you're a homeowner or a business professional, odds are, you've used a pipe or two at some point in your life. Pipes are incredibly useful for small-scale home projects and larger-scale industrial projects, and it pays to know a bit about them. Pipes come in a variety of materials, like polyethylene, copper, and PVC. Copper and PVC pipes are both be useful for domestic and commercial repair projects. Glass and plastic pipes can be useful too. Concrete pipes and lines are fitting for a variety of construction projects. And of course metal pipes, made from materials like steel, have their uses. Iron and aluminum and galvanized or stainless steel pipes are suitable for a variety of uses. People often use pipes for a variety of purposes. They can be used, for instance, for plumbing, sewer, and draining systems. These pipes transport water with ease. They can be used for exhaust systems. These exhaust pipes can transport water, in the form of steam, just about anywhere. Pipes can also be used to repair the fittings of a gas stove. They can even be used to help insulate your home. Many pipes can be bent and manipulated into a variety of shapes. People frequently bend PVC pipes, for instance, to make them easier to use. And people routinely connect or clamp the flanges of copper pipes to accomplish a variety of goals. So, if you're in the middle of a home or commercial project, you may want to consider buying some piping to help you accomplish your task.
     
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