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Lining stainless steel air pipe
Larry Dolamore
Posted: Monday, June 27, 2011 9:13 AM
Joined: 10/6/2009
Posts: 3

Air blowers (~20 psi) discharge into 20" SS pipe with welded joints. Pipe is buried most of the 500' length. Pipe apparently has numerous pinhole leaks evidenced by bubbles rising from the ground (visible after heavy rain).


I'm interested to learn if a product exists to line the pipe. If such a product exists I'm concerned the relatively hot air would be incompatible.