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A flanged pipe is generally specified for aboveground service for water, wastewater, air, oil and other liquids where rigid, restrained joints are needed. It is widely used in water and wastewater treatment plants, in industrial piping systems, and for other interior piping as well as for exterior applications such as bridge and other elevated crossings.
These joints are sometimes alternatives to the flanged joint, and they are suitable for all specified applications, such as those found in treatment plants and pump stations.
Centrifugally cast wall pipe is manufactured for use in piping water through walls in water treatment plants and pump stations. Wall pipe is normally fabricated of special thickness class 53 ductile iron pipe, but it may be furnished with minimum classes unless threaded flanges or threaded mechanical joint bells are included or unless specified otherwise.