Difference between revisions of "Pipe to ground"
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Template:Machinery The pipe-to-ground is a distribution method for liquids and gases. Since a basic pipe is impassable, these are necessary to keep the factory open, as well as to cross resource lines.
Only one fluid can be inside a pipe-to-ground at one time. Trying to mix two fluids can destroy one of the fluids. Read more on liquid mechanics.
- The maximum gap that can be spanned between one pair of ground pipes is 9 squares.
- Pipe-to-ground stores less liquid than basic pipes.