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" All cast iron pipes must be sound, free from holes and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diameter of two, three or four inches, or five thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches ; and in case the... "
Annual report of the State Department of Health of Maine. 1889-90 - Page 154
1890
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 32

1881
...along the cellar wall, and never be hidden under gound. These iron pipes to be sound, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth...thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches. Before they are connected they should be thoroughly coated inside and outside with coal-tar pitch,...
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Sanitary Engineering, Volume 6

1881
...traps on vertical soil pipes or vertical waste pipes. 6. All iron pipes must be sound, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth...inch for a diameter of two, three, or four inches, or five-thirty-secondths of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches ; and for large buildings the...
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Medical Times, Volumes 9-11

1882
...traps on vertical soil pipes or vertical waste pipes. 6. All iron pipes most be sound, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth...five thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five i or six inches. Before they are connected thev must be { thoroughly coated inside and outside with...
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Report, Volumes 4-5

Connecticut. State Dept. of Health - 1882
...traps on vertical soil-pipes or vertical waste-pipes. 6. All iron pipes must be sound, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth...inch for a diameter of two, three, or four inches, or five-thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches; and for large buildings the use...
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Our Homes, and how to Make Them Healthy

Sir Shirley Forster Murphy - 1883 - 947 pages
...Health insist, in some cases, that every soil-pipe and waste-pipe should be of iron, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness, of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diameter of three or four inches, or 5-32nds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches j and for large buildings,...
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Our Homes, and how to Make Them Healthy

Sir Shirley Forster Murphy - 1883 - 947 pages
...thickness, of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diameter of three or four inches, or 5-32nds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches ; and for large buildings, the use of extra heavy pipe is recommended, the four-inch pipe of which scale...
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Plumbing Problems: Or, Questions, Answers, and Descriptions Relating to ...

Henry Coddington Meyer - 1885 - 244 pages
...feet outside of the foundation-walls thereof. They shall be sound, free from holes and other defects, of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diameter of four inches or less, or five thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches, with a...
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Plumbing Problems: Or, Questions, Answers, and Descriptions, Relating to ...

Henry C. Meyer - 1885 - 244 pages
...on vertical soil-pipes or vertical waste-pipes. 23. All iron pipes must be sound, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diametor of two, three, or four inches, or fivethirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or...
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Plumbing Problems : Or, Questions, Answers, and Descriptions Relating to ...

1885 - 242 pages
...on vertical soil-pipes or vertical waste-pipes. 23. All iron pipes must be sound, free from holes, and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diametor of two, three, or four inches, or fivethirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or...
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Plumbing Problems: Or, Questions, Answers, and Descriptions, Relating to ...

Henry C. Meyer - 1885 - 244 pages
...of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diameter of four inches or less, or five thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches, with a proportional increase of thickness for a greater diameter. They shall be securely ironed to...
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