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A drainage pipe is a pipe that removes water from a particular area. There are many types of drainage pipes; some are meant to drain water off roofs, while others are used to drain water away from land. This type of water removal is vital for prevent
There are basically two types of wire tracer: audible frequency transmitter and receiver often used with telephone wires to detect them in floors, walls, etc. It is expected the receiver can be placed within a few inches of where the traced wire pote
I have a pipe of some kind buried about 6" below grade in my backyard. Photos are provided below. I have no idea what this line might be, and was hoping to solicit ideas
IME, IMHO, UF is a terrible idea, but you can certainly put 3 UF in one trench, and you COULD bring them in through one (HUGE) LB - the LB needs to be HUGE because oval wire is treated as round wire of the largest dimension of the oval for conduit fi
While digging a hole to plant a bush, I hit the cable supplying power to our lamp post. Due to erosion over the past 40 years, the cable was barely covered with earth, and is now partially exposed in places. The cable is UF rated, but is not buried d
Shanghai’s skyline glitters with sleek financial skyscrapers and glossy residential towers, but below the city’s lustrous facade lies an enduring problem. Thanks to mass urban migration, soft soil and global warming, Shanghai is sinking, and has been
Tunneling under a sidewalk isn't difficult, but the best way to do so is far from obvious. Most imagine they have to dig their way through or even jab a tunnel through using a straight pick. These approaches might eventually work, but they involve fa