Pipe restraint resilience plays an essential role in safe water system operations


By Gareth Price

Restraining inline piping for water systems has become so common that the practice is often a matter of standard procedure among city or project engineers. Some engineers use restraints throughout entire systems, which can be expensive and increase project costs significantly.

It is worth examining what criteria should be followed for restraining pipe connections and which techniques to use within particular conditions and environments.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s August 2021 issue:

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