bituminous fiber pipe (bi•tu•min•ous fi•ber pipe)

non-metallic pipe made by combining an interwoven structure of threads of cellulose material with a bituminous material such as asphalt. Usually spelled fibre. Used for sewers and drains, sleeves and conduits between 1949 and 1971
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