[Bell Historians] Rope Chutes
andrew.higson at B5O89v-xhHs0Y3plrpUI3ffAiqlpH0S8FmYWJUIGLfWKCKYq_eie0oQ6HsGZir9hmWlznztERoc8W50rqmNEH9BlXu2K.yahoo.invalid
Wed Apr 7 16:18:14 BST 2010
I think the black works better than the white and certainly don't like
the look of the orange sewer pipe.
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[mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Richard Offen
Sent: 07 April 2010 16:01
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Rope Chutes
Yes I've been been making rope shutes of this material since the early
70s, when I worked in the development department of one of the early
manufacturers of such pipe. It works extremely well.
Leeds, Kent, where the back four ropes were infamously badly behaved,
was probably one of the first towers to get shutes made of PVC drain
What specifically do you want to know?
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On 07/04/2010, at 9:34 PM, "Patrick Wills" <patrickmwills at 77tZ3snKHJ7KCSx7aZLIM_ec8pfAtf-qwtOO9PsId-kVP0RCJTQu3RGWTeNIM6Rs2DWZELQycXYfpnKuEQ.yahoo.invalid
<mailto:patrickmwills at 77tZ3snKHJ7KCSx7aZLIM_ec8pfAtf-qwtOO9PsId-kVP0RCJTQu3RGWTeNIM6Rs2DWZELQycXYfpnKuEQ.yahoo.invalid> > wrote:
Do any members have experience of constructing rope chutes using
110mm diameter plastic drainage pipes rather than the usual timber?
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