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Handbook for architects and builders (1898) (14595797070)


Handbook for architects and builders (1898) (14595797070)



Identifier: handbookforarchi01illi (find matches)
Title: Handbook for architects and builders
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Illinois Society of Architects
Subjects: Architecture Building Architects
Publisher: Chicago
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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All inquiries regarding burners, piping or installation of gas=consumingappliances will receive prompt attention.
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BAKE QUICKLYUSE LITTLE GASThey are Popular with Tenants MADE BY GEORGE M. CLARK & COMPANY, CHICAGO. 72-74-76 Uake Street. 112 RULES FOR PIPING BUILDINGS For Distribution of Manufactured and Natural Gas, ISSUED BY THE PEOPLES GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY, CHICAGO. MANUFACTURED GAS FOR LIGHT AND FUEL. I. The following table shows the proportionate size and length of tubingallowed to be run : Size ofTubing. Greatest LengthAllowed. GreatestNumber ofOpenings. Size ofTubing. Greatest Length Allowed Greatest Number of Openings. 3^ inch. 20 feet. 2 i)4 inch. 150 feet. 60 y2 30 3 2 200 100 ^4 60 10 2/2 200 200 I 70 15 3 200 300 IX 100 30 No ^((-inch pipe must be concealed, and only six feet for one opening may beused as risers and drops for bracket lights of unconcealed w^ork. 2. The risers in any building must not be less than eighteen inches from thefloor for two, three and ten openings ; two feet six inches for fifteen and thirtyopenings ; four feet for fifty and one hundred openings. Whe





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