Piping systems are often not self-supporting because of routing, length, and weight factors. Weight loads include the weights of pipes, contents, insulation, valves, fittings, and possibly the supports. Gas, air, and steam lines that require hydraulic tests must also consider the added water weight. Restraining pipe movements from...
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