b'NATURAL GAS SIZING TABLES FOR PE PIPEMaximum Capacity in Cubic Feet per Hour Natural Gas For Schedule 40 Pipe and Plastic Pipe, including Fittings.Gas Pressure: 7 in. w.c. Pressure Drop: 0.5 in w.c.Pipe Pipe SizeLength, ft 1/2" 3/4" 1" 1-1/4" 1-1/2" 2" 2-1/2" 3" 4"10 156 326 614 1,261 1,890 3,639 5,800 10,253 20,91420 107 224 422 867 1,299 2,501 3,986 7,047 14,37430 86 180 339 696 1,043 2,008 3,201 5,659 11,54340 74 154 290 596 893 1,719 2,740 4,843 9,879This information is 50 65 137 257 528 791 1,524 2,428 4,293 8,756provided by Fairview Ltd. 60 59 124 233 478 717 1,380 2,200 3,889 7,933for reference only. Gas 70 54 114 214 440 659 1,270 2,024 3,578 7,299systems are governed by 80 51 106 199 409 613 1,181 1,883 3,329 6,790authorities having local 90 48 99 187 384 576 1,109 1,767 3,123 6,371jurisdiction and aresubject to applicable 100 45 94 177 363 544 1,047 1,669 2,950 6,018Provincial \\ State and 125 40 83 157 322 482 928 1,479 2,615 5,333Municipal Laws and 150 36 75 142 291 437 841 1,340 2,369 4,832Regulations. This 175 33 69 131 268 402 774 1,233 2,180 4,446document should not be 200 31 64 121 249 374 720 1,147 2,028 4,136substituted for the 250 27 57 108 221 331 638 1,017 1,797 3,666judgement of a 300 25 52 98 200 300 578 921 1,628 3,321professional engineer. The 350 23 48 90 184 276 532 847 1,498 3,056user of this information 400 21 44 83 171 257 495 788 1,394 2,843assumes all risk 450 20 42 78 161 241 464 740 1,308 2,667associated with its use. 500 19 39 74 152 228 438 699 1,235 2,519600 17 36 67 138 206 397 633 1,119 2,283700 16 33 62 127 190 365 582 1,030 2,100800 15 30 57 118 177 340 542 958 1,954900 14 29 54 111 166 319 508 899 1,8331000 13 27 51 104 156 301 480 849 1,7321200 12 24 46 95 142 273 435 769 1,5691400 11 23 42 87 130 251 400 708 1,4431600 10 21 39 81 121 234 372 658 1,3431800 9 20 37 76 114 219 349 618 1,2602000 9 19 35 72 108 207 330 583 1,190Gas Pressure: 7-14 in. w.c. Pressure Drop: 1.0 in w.c.Pipe Pipe SizeLength, ft 1/2" 3/4" 1" 1-1/4" 1-1/2" 2" 2-1/2" 3" 4"10 227 474 894 1,835 2,749 5,295 8,439 14,919 30,42920 156 326 614 1,261 1,890 3,639 5,800 10,253 20,91430 125 262 493 1,013 1,517 2,922 4,658 8,234 16,795This information is 40 107 224 422 867 1,299 2,501 3,986 7,047 14,374provided by Fairview Ltd. 50 95 199 374 768 1,151 2,217 3,533 6,246 12,739for reference only. Gas 60 86 180 339 696 1,043 2,008 3,201 5,659 11,543systems are governed by 70 79 166 312 640 959 1,848 2,945 5,206 10,619authorities having local 80 74 154 290 596 893 1,719 2,740 4,843 9,879jurisdiction and are 90 69 145 272 559 837 1,613 2,571 4,544 9,269subject to applicable 100 65 137 257 528 791 1,524 2,428 4,293 8,756Provincial \\ State and 125 58 121 228 468 701 1,350 2,152 3,805 7,760Municipal Laws and 150 52 110 207 424 635 1,223 1,950 3,447 7,031Regulations. This 175 48 101 190 390 584 1,126 1,794 3,171 6,469document should not be 200 45 94 177 363 544 1,047 1,669 2,950 6,018substituted for theI judgement of a 250 40 83 157 322 482 928 1,479 2,615 5,333300 36 75 142 291 437 841 1,340 2,369 4,832professional engineer. The 350 33 69 131 268 402 774 1,233 2,180 4,446user of this information 400 31 64 121 249 374 720 1,147 2,028 4,136assumes all risk 450 29 61 114 234 351 675 1,076 1,903 3,881associated with its use. 500 27 57 108 221 331 638 1,017 1,797 3,666600 25 52 98 200 300 578 921 1,628 3,321700 23 48 90 184 276 532 847 1,498 3,056800 21 44 83 171 257 495 788 1,394 2,843900 20 42 78 161 241 464 740 1,308 2,6671000 19 39 74 152 228 438 699 1,235 2,5191200 17 36 67 138 206 397 633 1,119 2,2831400 16 33 62 127 190 365 582 1,030 2,1001600 15 30 57 118 177 340 542 958 1,9541800 14 29 54 111 166 319 508 899 1,8332000 13 27 51 104 156 301 480 849 1,732242'