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ACM Pipe OD

ACM Pipe OD

ACM Pipe OD

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Does anyone know or have info on the outside diameter of asbestos cement sewer pipe class 7000, 27 inch nominal pipe size?

RE: ACM Pipe OD

Interesting question. My searches found dimensions for ACP sewer pipe, Classes 1500 through 5000 but not 7000, and with sizes ranging from 4" to 30", but excluding 27". The only mentions of Class 7000 I found were either in documents that did not include dimensions or documents that referenced ASTM C428 Standard Specification for Asbestos-Cement Nonpressure Sewer Pipe. I don't have a copy of ASTM C428, but I suspect that is your best bet.

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RE: ACM Pipe OD

I took a look at C428; no mention of wall thickness. Acceptance is based on crushing strength. Internal diameter can vary from 26.6" to 27.4". Maybe it helps.

RE: ACM Pipe OD

Find the same as fel3. Maybe you shall contact the manufacture for info. Link

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