Clay Pipe Development Association Limited

The Clay Pipe Development Association provides a service for specifiers and users of vitrified clay pipes and flue linings. They produce technical booklets on the design and construction of clay pipes.

Millstones 11
Shibden Hall Croft
Halifax
HX3 9XF
UK

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Bedding construction and flow capacity of vitrified clay pipelines 1995 Green
Design and construction of drains and sewers using vitrified clay pipes (BS EN 752, BS EN 1295 and BS EN 1610) 1998 Red
Design tables for determining the bedding construction of vitrified clay pipelines. 4th edition 1988 Red
Environmental aspects of clay drainage systems 2015 Green
Independent report on drainage costs 1991 Red
It pays to lay clay. A cost comparison between plastic and clay drainage systems 1995 Red
New standards for vitrified clay pipes 1991 Red
Notes on BS EN 295. The specification for vitrified clay pipes and fittings and pipe joints for drains and sewers 1996 Red
Problem of hydrogen sulphide in sewers. 2nd edition 1992 Red
Simplified table for determining the bedding construction of vitrified clay pipelines using BS EN 295: 1991. Strengths. 6th edition 1992 Red
Specification, design and construction of drainage and sewerage systems using vitrified clay pipes 1999 Amber
Specification, design and construction of drainage and sewerage systems using vitrified clay pipes 2001 Green
Use of clay flue liners and terminals. 2nd edition 1999 Green
Vitrified clay pipes for drainage and sewerage 1990 Red
Vitrified clay pipes in areas of mining subsidence 1984 Red
TN 1-8 Technical Notes for vitrified clay pipes numbers 1-8 1995 Red
TN 9 Laying vitrified clay pipes on recycled material 2008 Green

 

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