The materials used in piping systems can vary depending on the application and the fluids being transported. Common materials include steel, copper, plastic, and PVC, with each material offering its own advantages and disadvantages in terms of durability, cost, and resistance to corrosion and other forms of damage.
Piping systems can be designed to transport a variety of fluids, including water, gas, oil, chemicals, and steam. The design of a piping system will depend on a variety of factors, including the flow rate and pressure of the fluid being transported, the distance between the source and the destination, and the temperature and other properties of the fluid.
Piping systems can be installed using a variety of methods, including welding, threading, and gluing. The installation method will depend on the type of material used and the specific requirements of the project.