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    Discussion in 'Industrial design' started by george9421, Feb 20, 2020.

    1. george9421

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      Hello Everyone!

      I wanted to know what are the GMPs relevant to piping (stainless steel) within industries are, or if anyone could suggest some good sources that would be fantastic as well.
      I would like to use schedule 10 pipes for a system. From research online I've seen that the working pressure can range from approximately from 800 - to over 1500 PSI depending on the diameter of the pipe. However, one of our consultants had pointed out that according to GMPs, a maximum working pressure of 150 PSI is recommended for schedule 10 pipes. Does anyone know if this is correct or can comment on this?

      Any feedback is appreciated, thank you for the help :)

      Best regards,

      George
       
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