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FEBRUARY 2012   VOLUME 5  ISSUE 2  
 
 
     
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Welcome from Weinstein Supply

Not All Sewer Pipes Are Created Equal

Cast-Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings from Tyler Pipe — The Best Solution for High-Performance Commercial Construction Today

Pricing Updates



   

This newsletter is sponsored by

Tyler Pipe

 
   
 
Willow Grove
 
  3155 Terwood Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090

Phone: 215-657-0700
Showroom: 215-659-0672
Fax: 215-657-0180

Email: prf403@hajoca.com
www.weinsteinsupply.com

 
 
 
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Paul Weinstein     Welcome from Weinstein Supply

In this month's feature — "Not All Sewer Pipes Are Created Equal" — learn about why domestically produced cast iron is a top choice for sewer line work. Plus, be sure to check out the February Product Spotlight for cast-iron soil pipe and fittings from Tyler Pipe. Your customers will appreciate the high performance and durability cast-iron pipes deliver.

Paul Weinstein
 
 
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FEATURE ARTICLE
 
Not All Sewer Pipes Are Created Equal
By David Balkan

When a sewer contractor was hired to replace a sewer line in the Bronx, the material originally used turned out to be the cause of the sewer problem. The sewer repair might not have been needed if proper sewer line material had been used in the first place. In this article, learn why buying American for sewer line repair is not only patriotic, but it will also help ensure a better quality job.

Read "Not All Sewer Pipes Are Created Equal"
 
 
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PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
 
Cast-Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings from Tyler Pipe — The Best Solution for High-Performance Commercial Construction Today

Tyler PipeWho would be interested in using cast-iron soil pipe and fittings from Tyler Pipe?

When it comes to the construction of all types of buildings — from single-family homes to apartments to high-rise office buildings — cast-iron soil pipe and fittings from Tyler Pipe are the top choice. Although plastic piping may meet the minimum construction standards, you'll likely find the high performance and durability of Tyler Pipe cast-iron soil pipes outweigh any cost advantages plastic piping may seem offer. Since its founding in 1935, Tyler Pipe has led in the development of the most innovative processes and technology available to produce its wide selection of cast-iron soil pipe and fittings.

Why choose cast-iron soil pipe and fittings from Tyler Pipe?

There are many advantages to using cast-iron soil pipe and fittings in construction, including:

  Fire resistance — Unlike plastic piping, cast-iron piping doesn't melt or burn away. That means sealing a cast-iron penetration in fire-rated separations in commercial buildings is faster, easier, and more cost effective.

  Strength — Cast iron is as much as 10 times stronger than thermoplastic materials. So in underground installation, cast-iron soil pipes don't need the compaction of the sidefill to support the pipe wall, and the trench can be as narrow as an installer needs to make joint connections.

  Quietness — The graphite flakes in the microstructure of cast iron dampens out any vibration applied to the iron and, thus, reduces the noise of water flowing through the pipes. Using cast iron for waste piping, for example, has been shown to be twice as quiet compared to using plastic.

  Environmentally Friendly — All domestically produced cast-iron pipe and fittings are made from 100% recycled material. Plus, at the end of a building's life, cast-iron piping systems can be recovered and recycled again. For example, Tyler Pipe recycles more than 120,000 tons of scrap iron every year.

For more information about the many advantages of using cast-iron soil pipe and fittings, please click on the following links:

  Cast-Iron Soil Pipe Institute
  Cast-Iron Soil Pipe Industry Brochure

In addition, please visit Tyler Pipe's website for the company's complete line of cast-iron soil pipe and fittings.
 
 
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PRICING UPDATES
Please note the following changes to pricing on products carried by Weinstein Supply and their effective dates.
Pricing Changes
 
 
 
 

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