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 - V.Vcilfn Pipe XOfM-r., XOfM-r., XOfM-r., J,...
V.Vcilfn Pipe XOfM-r., XOfM-r., XOfM-r., J, Wooden pipe must stand asid. perimeut was recemly performed in I.otdon ior »rying me strength, l>y hydraulic pres. euro, oi a now description of tubing, cc posed of bituminous paper. This now c trivance for subterranean tubes was inve ed in Paris. The municipal authorities i'aris tried theso tubes for the convey;.! of gas, and iu tho recent cxnciiinonts u.t in London, a pieco of tubo was produced, wu c;i, inough slaled to liav. der ground as a gas-pipo gas-pipo gas-pipo for twelvo monlhs bad tho appearance of being a now -pip./. -pip./. The tubes, subjected to a pressure of tl.o hydraulic process, boro a strain of I'OO pouods to the aqcaro inch without bursting —which ie more than they would bo requir ed to bear in ordinary use. One of the '.nous, half an inch thick, mid wilii a boioof two inches, wa-i wa-i wa-i ali-o ali-o ali-o tested by Wright, and " ,u,.v Kavo way to a pressure offiKO noundfi. ted that the 1 It u s might he siibmiilod lo t temperature of 160 degrees of Fahrenheit. . uout any octenoratiou of the material. I m coit of the tubing is said to be less than

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  1. Syracuse Daily Courier And Union,
  2. 18 Apr 1860, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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