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Productivity

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Hello All,

Does anybody have any information about the standard productivity norms for Piping Erection (>2").

basically i need how many ID (inch-dia) or weight is achievable per hour.

Also where do I find good resource on construction productivity norms on web?

Thanks

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Muhammed Farooq
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Hi

I'm new to pp.

Please let me Know man hour per Inch Meter for AG Piping, and also some more beakups of AG piping with Norms including Hydotesting and Handing Over.

Awaiting for ur response

thanks

Muhammed Farooq

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try 3.752 man hour per dia inch. this includes handling, fabrication up to final acceptance.
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Very dependant upon access. If using a crane or block, then 3/4 pieces per hour is the rate I have used in the past. Manual handling weight limit of 50 Kgs can also apply.