Q: How do you calculate pipe takeoff?

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by multiplying the pipe size with the number of welded joints.regardsZH

diameter = 2 * radius

pai/4xdsquare

measure the radius of the pipe. (half the diameter - the width of the pipe) then measure the length of the pipe. then use the formula pi (3.14) x radius2 x length. the answer is the volume in the pipe

You need the inside radius (1/2 the inside diameter) of the pipe and the pipe's length. Then, use this formula:Volume = Pi x r2 x length

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by multiplying the pipe size with the number of welded joints.regardsZH

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