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Copper pipes are now most commonly used in plumbing. Lead pipes were used long ago, and the word plumbing is derived from the Latin word for lead (plumbum). Iron pipes were us…ed until relatively inexpensive copper pipes became readily available during the twentieth century.
Because it lasts and is very versatile and can be used for a variety of plumbing applications with amazing results
a black pipe can not be used in plumbing. Of course black pipe has many used in "plumbing" gas fitting and steam fitting Pneumatic lines are specified as black , Fire suppress…ion systems black pipe, gas piping , oil supply , steam and hydronics black pipe
That would probably be lead that you're thinking about.
Copper is used in electrical wiring AND..... water pipes in the home! So Copper is used to make metals! If I find anything else I will add it later! Hope you find this use…ful!! :D xx
galvanized water lines, cast iron drain lines, sometimes lead pipes, terracotta or clay pipes, and in rare cases wooden pipes.
On the inside? Your only hope is just flushing the system; find one ball valve, sweat or threaded, with a hose cap on the bottom. Attach a garden hose to it. Find anothe…r one, preferably as far from the first as possible. Make sure both valves are open, and run the water. Make sure the supply valves are shut, though, or you'll just have more of a mess than necessary. Seeing as they are not AC/R pipes, you shouldn't have to replace anything liquid wise. Note: I'm a steam fitter, so I might be wrong. Not sure of what type valves plumbing pipes use. On the outside, just sand it with the same grit sand paper you'd normally use to prepare it for soldering. Hope this helps.
Since World War II ended Copper has been the most common metal used to make water pipes. Plastic pipes are also used a lot nowadays, depending on the site and the application.… Before copper became generally affordable lead, iron or steel water pipes were used. More information Nowadays main water supply pipes for fresh water coming into buildings are made of plastic and pipes within buildings - delivering water to sinks, baths, showers and toilets - are made either of copper or plastic. Within buildings, pipes which take away waste water - which are also called drainage pipes - are usually made of plastic. Outside buildings, modern drainage pipes are mostly made of plastic but older drain pipes may be made of glazed earthenware (which is baked clay) or iron.
Polyethylene and polybutylene are two common types of flexible tubing used in plumbing, and both are used in hot and cold water supplies in place of traditional copper lines.
NO !!!! Must be Galvanized pipe with threaded fittings or Copper piping with flare fittings. If there ever was a fire, the PVC pipe would burn & burst allowing the propane gas… to flow out and explode !!
Brass Yellow and Red Brass , copper type T.P K, L ,M , DWV galvanized ,yalloy, black steel ,wrought iron ,cast iron NH ,service weight, XH various thermo plastics This questi…on deserves this answer.
I think it is coz it is cheeperr bruv! hopee it helpedd mann!
Because the are non-corrosive for sewage and are fire proof in commercial aplications