Industrial Piping (1951)Product Code: 1135
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Title: Industrial Piping
Author: Charles T. Littleton
Publisher: McGraw Hill Book Company
Publication Date: 1951
- Haveg 41 and Haveg 60 pipe and fittings are described as containing asbestos.
It says, "Haveg 41 is the standard and most widely used grade. It is composed of a phenol-formaldehyde resin and an acid-digested asbestos fiber..."
And, "Haveg 60 is composed of the same acid-digested asbestos as employed in Haveg 41 but differs in that the resin used is furfuryl alcohol."
- The section on Pyrex piping suggests several different kinds of gaskets. One type of gasket mentioned is long fiber blue asbestos.
- The use of an asbestos insert is pictured on a figure entitled "Flanged pipe and split flanges (Pyrex)" and the figure is attributed to Corning Glass Works.
- Chapter on Insulation:
Asbestos-sponge felted insulation may be used for temperatures up to 700F
"For temperatures up to 900F a bonded combination of diatomaceous silica and asbestos fiber is used. This is known under various trade names as 'Superex', 'Hy-Temp', etc"
Corrugated and plain asbestos felts for temperatures up to 300F
by Charles T. Littleton, formerly engineer in charge of piping, American Cyanamid Co.
Special Chapter on Estimating by R. A. Dickson
First Edition, Second Impression
This book covers the following topics: Flow Sheets, Plot Plans, and Design Procedure; Steam Piping; Valves; Water Piping; Oil Piping and the Fanning Formula; Gas, Air, and Instrument Piping; Alloy Piping; Misc. Piping Materials, Insulation, Piping Cost Estimation
Condition: Good. No dustjacket. Light foxing to endpapers and page edges. A few marks to pages. Minor wear to covers and edges.
Weight: 2lb 1oz