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Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Piping & tubing

May 1, 2006

Don’t Overlook Composite FRP Pipe

Satisfying hydraulic and fluid flow issues are key considerations in the efficient design of FRP piping systems

Scott Beckwith, BTG Composites, Inc. Mark Greenwood, Composite Solutions Consultants, Inc.

    There are several reasons why composite fiberglass-reinforced-plastic (FRP) pipe has been replacing conventional pipe, and why this still relatively new material (see box, p. 46) should be kept in mind whenever piping is being specified for a...

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