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How much weight can a 3/4" black iron pipe support hanging from its threads?



 
 
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Old September 26th 03, 01:47 AM
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Default How much weight can a 3/4" black iron pipe support hanging from its threads?

Does anyone know where I can find the tensile strength of .75" iron
pipe hanging from its threads. IOW how much weight may I safely hang
on a .75" pipe screwed into a female thread in a flange secured to the
ceiling.

Thanks,


BoyntonStu
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