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Restrained Pipe Schedule

Restrained Pipe Schedule

Restrained Pipe Schedule

I'm working on a Project where the town code is updating, and subsequently replacing all thrust blocking with restrained joints.  I've done a fair amount of research on the subject, and found DIPRA's Thrust Restraint Design for Ductile Iron Pipe (and their free program) to be the best resource.  Anyone who has also gone through this process, I'm sure, is well aware of how many factors go into the number of restrained joints required at various fittings/bends.  So my question, does anybody have (or know of) a chart or schedule that spells this out pretty well that I could modify to fit my particular site?  I'm just trying to save a little time on my end since this project was handed to me with a small budget.

As always, thanks for all the input.

RE: Restrained Pipe Schedule

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