|Acetylene, steel pipe||4000||20|
|Air, 0-30 psi, steel pipe||4000||20|
|Ammonia, liquid, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Ammonia, gas, steel pipe||6000||30|
|Benzene, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Bromine, liquid, glass pipe||240||1.2|
|Bromine, gas, glass pipe||2000||10|
|Calcium Chloride, steel pipe||240||1.2|
|Carbon Tetrachloride, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Chlorine, liquid, steel pipe||300||1.5|
|Chlorine, gas, steel pipe||2000 - 5000||10 - 25|
|Chloroform, liquid, steel or copper pipe||360||1.8|
|Chloroform, gas, steel or copper pipe||2000||10|
|Ethylene, gas, steel pipe||6000||30|
|Ethylene Dibromide, glass pipe||240||1.2|
|Ethylene Dichloride, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Ethylene Glycol, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Hydrogen, steel pipe||4000||20|
|Hydrogenchloric Acid, liquid, rubber lined pipe||300||1.5|
|Hydrogenchloric Acid, gas, rubber lined pipe||4000||20|
|Methyl Chloride, liquid, steel pipe||300||1.5|
|Methyl Chloride, gas, steel pipe||4000||20|
|Natural gas, , steel pipe||6000||30|
|Oil lubricating, steel pipe||300||1.5|
|Oxygen, stainless steel||1800 - 4000||9 - 20|
|Propylene Glycol, steel pipe||300||1.5|
|Perchlorethylene, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Steam, 0-30 psi, saturated, steel pipe||4000 - 6000||20 - 30|
|Sulfur Dioxide, steel pipe||4000||20|
|Styrene, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Trichlorethylene, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Vinyl Chloride, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Vinylidene Chloride, steel pipe||360||1.8|
|Water, steel pipe||180 - 480||0.9 - 2.4|
- low pressures up to 50 psi (3.5 bar)
- temperatures 50 - 100oF (10 - 38oC)
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