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Tumber Discusses Keys to Choosing Best Pipe System

It’s easy to forget about pipe systems when considering the needs of a building. But an optimum pipe system design is critical to any infrastructure’s operation and longevity.

Saahil Tumber addresses this topic in his article “Pipe systems and materials: Design considerations” for CSE magazine. Tumber points out there are numerous factors that need to be considered when selecting a pipe system, such as type of fluid, fluid pressure, code requirements and more.

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