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“There is, you see, trouble with the plumbing in a young couple's rural home: great water-hammer rumbles shake the room in which a schoolteacher wants to act out porn movies while her husband is determined to get his shut-eye: "I've got to make a lasagne tomorrow.”
“BTW, if you think that's impressive, you should see what water-hammer can do to a piece of six inch schedule 40. 0”
“This reduces the risk of occurrence of water-hammer or icing in the equipment. made of PVC/PE:”
“-- To prevent water-hammer on the pumping main, all pumps are provided with large air-chambers.”
“If severe water-hammer is present, the ordinary working stress should be materially less than the latter, otherwise the spiral bands will stretch enough to permit the water to spurt out between the staves.”
“They are designed to keep the wood pipe full, regulate flow, prevent accumulation of pressure and water-hammer, and remove sediment.”
“Eliminating water-hammer and adopting a working stress of 2,400 lb., the thicknesses are reduced to 0.54, 0.65, and 0.76 in.”
“By the provision of air-cushions, hereafter described, the writer's anticipation of no water-hammer on the pumping main has been fully realized.”
“It should be borne in mind that there is no water-hammer on this line.”
“As indicated by sensitive gauges on the pump main, just beyond these large air-chambers, the latter absorb all the water-hammer which gets beyond the air-chamber on the pumps.”
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