Statistics

In order to build a system that is both safe and effective, certain specifications must be carefully measured and provided to Svee Metalworks. An example of the importance of these specifications would be the relationship between pipe weight and fastener capacity. If the pipe is too heavy for the fasteners, it could fall and seriously injure someone. Additionally, if negative pressure is calculated incorrectly, the system could suck a pipe flat.

Be sure to carefully measure and calculate your specifications, and make sure that you can provide Svee Metalworks with the following:

  1. Pipe Gauge
  2. Pipe Length
  3. System Design (how many elbows, fasteners, etc)
  4. Negative Pressure Requirements
  5. Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)

Refer to the charts on the right for more specific statistical information.
 

Pounds Per Lineal Foot

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Gauge Thickness & Weight

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Allowable Negative Pressures

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(click table above to enlarge)
 

Cubic Feet per Minute.

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