A fine little manual for your pocket. When it was first published, it was smaller so that it would fit in one's wallet. It was hard on the eyes especially old eyes so we made it a tad bit larger. Still it's a fine thing to keep in your pocket as you move around a job site. It has a lot of the information that you are going to need.
Publication Date: 1953Book Size: 3 x 4.5Pages: 76Edition: 6thCover: Soft BoundAuthor: Hart
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Table of Contents:
IntroductionThe Wrap-aroundUseful FormulasTable I for Finding Angles of Turn. Cut Backs, etc.Table II for Finding Lengths of Set PiecesTo Solve for Angles of Turn Greater than 45°Rolling OffsetsMethod of Finding Cut Backs for Mitred TurnsMethod of Laying Out Pipe BendsTo Make Fittings of Any Degree from Weld Ells45° LateralsTwo Piece Eccentric ReducerMethod of Laying Out FlangesPipe Circumference TableDecimal Equivalents Tables90° BranchesAmerican Standard Pipe Thds.Bolt Threads, National CoarseSeries 15, 150 Lb. FlangesSeries 30, 300 Lb. Flanges600 lb. FlangesPipe Data, Schedule NumberTrigonometry TableThermal Expansion of PipePattern Making"U" Bolt Dimensions2-Bolt Pipe ClampsWelding FittingsMetric SymbolsMetric Conversion
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