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Title: River Crossing Replacement With Plastic
Author: Lee A. Wagner
Source: American Gas Association 1980
Year Published: 1980
Abstract: In 1951, dual 16-inch cast iron pipelines employing Inner-Tite joints were installed under the Raritan River between PSE&Gs Central Gas Plant and a rapidly growing service area located south or the river. The pipelines were designed to operate at a maximum pressure of 60 psi. The pipe utilized for these dual crossings was extra heavy (130 lbs. per fool) except the portion under the main channel which was extra extra heavy (155 lbs. per foot) cast iron.