The liquid that’s coursing through your piping systems isn’t the only thing that’s valuable in your pipes. Precious energy is rolling along with it.
Friction can wreck a piping system if it is unchecked. Reducing a pipe’s coefficient of friction is an important way to preserve metal.
There’s an invisible yet costly force running through your pipe system: energy. Every ounce of energy that slips through the nooks and crannies of your system is money wasted.
If your business relies on a sturdy piping system, the sight of rust is terrifying. Rusting pipes are a red flag for corrosion, and they’re evidence that your pipes are crumbling in front of you.
Want to improve your piping system? If you’re seeking improvements, you’re already on the right track. Too many people neglect their piping systems until it’s too late.
If you ask the right questions about your system, you can keep disasters at...
It’s easy to be caught off guard by pipe system failures. And these unpleasant surprises can have devastating effects. Pipeline failures cost an average of $326 million every year.
Metal has a dangerous reputation. Most people see its sturdy structure and assume it’s nearly invincible. Unfortunately, metal-to-metal contact can severely corrode metal piping systems, which can turn into ruined pipes, destruction, and even ...